Cala Millor is one of the most popular resorts on the east coast of Mallorca. The first hotels began to appear here as early as the 1930s, but the real tourist invasion did not start until the 1980s.
Similar to neighbouring Cala Bona and Sa Coma, Cala Millor has many beautiful beaches; the main one is 1.8 km (1 mile) long and is quite magnificent. As you would expect, the resort has plenty of bars, restaurants and clubs.
At the Safari-Zoo, a wildlife park 2 km (1 mile) to the south, you can explore by car, miniature road train or as part of a guided coach tour. Some 4 km (2 miles) northwest is Son Servera. Not the prettiest of Mallorcan agricultural towns, its prime feature is the church, which was begun in 1905 by Joan Rubia a disciple of Antoni Gaudio and which remains unfinished to this day.