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Cala Blava holidays take you to a small resort south of El Arenal on the Bay of Palma. It benefits from short transfers from the airport and its proximity to the capital, Palma. It lies in a remote, protected area and therefore remains fairly undeveloped when compared to neighbouring , more popular resorts. Cala Blava holidays offer a delightful retreat in an area of great natural beauty with rugged cliffs, a small beach and many rocky coves.

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Why go to Cala Blava?

Cala Blava holidays offer a relaxing base where visitors can forget everyday pressures and commune with nature. At the same time, it is close to larger, busier resorts where, if they so desire, they can participate in a greater variety of recreational activities.


Who is Cala Blava popular with?

Cala Blava is particularly popular with families and couples seeking peace and tranquility. It also attracts divers as the clarity of the waters and the diversity of marine life are perfect for the sport. The rocky coastline is also popular with snorkellers. Walkers are also attracted to the area.


When to go to Cala Blava

Cala Blava holidays can be taken taken at any time of year as the winters are mild. April to October are the most popular times to visit with temperatures rising into the thirties at the height of the season.


Cala Blava - The place

Although Cala Blava is close to El Arenal and has short transfers from the airport, it nevertheless lies in a remote area, and, because of its protected status, it appears largely undiscovered. This is its main attraction. It is the perfect choice for those who wish to relax in the sun on a holiday by the sea, and avoid the masses.

Apart from swimming and water sports, Cala Blava is very popular with ramblers and cyclists as there are many paths both along the coast and inland towards traditional villages. It really is a beautiful spot.

With good accommodation, a variety of cuisine, and further recreational facilities in neighbouring resorts, Cala Blava holidays are sure to please.


Cala Blava nightlife

Cala Blava nightlife is very low key, reflecting the resort's popularity with families and couples. Evenings are spent strolling through the resort, enjoying al fresco dining. Take an evening stroll along the cliff tops and you'll be rewarded by stunning sunsets. Livelier evenings can be had in neighbouring resorts.


Cala Blava shopping

Cala Blava shopping provides for all your holiday essentials as well as the ubiquitous gifts and souvenirs. If a wider choice of goods is required, there are buses to Palma, a distance of thirty miles. There you will find a large number of fashion boutiques and specialist stores. There are of course markets scattered around the island where you can haggle over the price of your holiday gifts and souvenirs. Popular purchases include local pottery, leather goods, embroidered linens, basketry and jewellery.


Cala Blava Eating

Cala Blava eating caters for most tastes. Restaurants serve a variety of food from local island fare to international cuisine. If you are new to the flavours of Spain, order tapas and you'll receive a variety of tasty bite sized morsels. They are useful to stave off hunger during the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner. Local wines are as pleasing to the pocket as they are to the palate. Children are always welcome customers and their taste and portion sizes are usually accommodated.