Not all of Cala Dor's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Parc Natural Mondragó. Visiting Drach Caves, too, is a good way to get outside.Where to eat in Cala Dor
Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Cala Dor, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Restaurante Colón, Restaurant Florian and Es Retorn to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.
Toast to your vacation in one of Cala Dor's nightlife offerings. Among them, you'll find such lively locale as Smugglers, LUNA Bar and Café Rick'S.Where to eat in Cala Dor
Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Cala Dor, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Restaurante Colón, Restaurant Florian and Es Retorn to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.Get outdoors in Cala Dor
Not all of Cala Dor's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Parc Natural Mondragó. Visiting Drach Caves, too, is a good way to get outside.Getting to Cala Dor
If you're flying in, head for Campo de Vuelo de Binissalem — it's one of Cala Dor's main transportation hubs.Where to shop in Cala Dor
Dress like a local or change up your whole look while in Cala Dor. If you're after accessories and other fashionable finishing touches, check out the eye-catching jewelry at Llum d'estiu.Where to shop in Cala Dor
Dress like a local or change up your whole look while in Cala Dor. If you're after accessories and other fashionable finishing touches, check out the eye-catching jewelry at Llum d'estiu.Getting to Cala Dor
If you're flying in, head for Campo de Vuelo de Binissalem — it's one of Cala Dor's main transportation hubs.Arts and culture in Cala Dor
Entertainment and education abound at Llibreria ca na Massot, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.
The trip was excellent because of the island. The resort was not a bad place to stay, everyone was very friendly and helpful. What I didn't like about it was how far away from the airport and city it was. The bus system was very good but the hours limited the availability to get to and from the airport. Not many people spoke English, so it might not be as pleasant of an experience if you don't know any Spanish. The resort leaves it up to you to be proactive about any of the activities offered... there are schedules posted for all of the sports/entertainment. I didn't participate in any of the resort activities other than the buffet every day. The food was good and it came free with my reservation. They also offer an all-inclusive package but I don't know exactly the details of it. There is a cove/beach nearby, within 5 min walking distance. All in all, I would say if you are an independent and proactive traveler it is a good place to stay, very peaceful and relaxing. It also was a little more quiet I believe because I went before the tourist season began. One of the staff told me that usually there are around 2000 people at the resort and at the time I was there, there were only about 50-60. I would look for a different location next time. It is near Porto Cristo but most of the sights are near Palma.
We arrived on rainy day and were greeted by a friendly staff. We took to offer to upgrade our room to the sea side and it proved to be one of the best decisions ever! The hotel is located at the edge of a cliff with amazing views of the sea. The only sounds we heard during our five days stay were the waves breaking on the rocks. The hotel itself has a gym and spa at the top floor, surrounded by glass walls - the incredible 360 degree views motivated us to exercise more. The rooms are simple and clean and the food is ok. The staff is very helpful and friendly. The location is right between the harbour and the sandy beach of the village. We would defiantly go back.
The selling point of the hotel was that it was an adults only hotel and it is on the beach. The staff at the hotel were quite accommodating especially at the concierge desk. The breakfast buffet was fantastic. The room that we were given was far from good. The beds were lumpy and moved around. The lights hummed and air was either off or ice cold, regardless of the settings. The cleaning staff also used something that smelled overly floral and set off my allergies that my normal allergy meds were not able to calm. Overall the hotel is in decent condition, nice pool and it is right on the only beach in the area. Not much ambiance or entertainment around the pool area though. Also be prepared to rent your room safe, beach towels and everything else. Very 80's in that regard, also I would say that 80% of the visitors are German as are all but 3 of the TV channels. Also be warned, there is nothing nice to see, do or eat within walking distance of the hotel.
My wife and I, stayed in september 2012 at The Son Trobat Rural Hotel. We enjoyed every minutes that we spend at the hotel : the food was excellent, the staff was nice and the room was wondefull. We are so please that we plan to go back again and recommend it to friends and familly.