Cala Egos, Majorca, Spain
A small beach resort sharing restaurants and bars with it's larger neighbour Cala D'Or.
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Cala Egos Reviews
Ms T Blakeman, Milton Keynes
|14th Sep 2017|
|Blue Sea Ses Cases D'or|
|1 Bedroom Apt|
Beautiful place. Friendly and helpful staff. Definitely recommend to anyone to come to this beautiful part of Majorca.
Mrs K Pemberton, Sheffield
|5th Sep 2017|
|Primasol Cala D'or Gardens Hotel|
|Double Or Twin|
As a resort Cala Egos was ok but I don't particularly like touristy places I prefer to be more inland and experience the proper Mallorcan food and traditions not Bingo and chips.
Mr A Gabrys, St. Neots
|24th Aug 2017|
|Club Es Talaial Aparthotel|
Great area. reasonably quiet . A lot to do if you like to walk around. Easy access to Cala D'or marina, Starfish cruise (kids loved it, especially the glass bottom).<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
Mr F Borgia, Redhill
|24th Jul 2017|
|Blue Sea Club Marthas|
|1 Bedroom Apt|
It's not Cala D'or but it has enough to keep you going and it's perfect if you want a more tranquil place.
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Cala Egos has two small sandy coves; Cala Egos is 30-metres wide and 80-metres deep and Cala d'Pou just 30-metres wide and 50-metres in length. Both beaches offer fine sand and calm clear water, sun-beds and parasols for hire and refreshments available close by.
Out and about
Cala Egos is separated from its neighbour Cala d'Or by a large marina, reachable by taxi in around five-minutes or on the fun tourist train. Cala Egos offers around a dozen bars and restaurants, and very little in the way of nightlife outside of the hotel complexes, for a wider choice of wining and dining options, as well a few lively bars Cala d'Or is the place to go.
There are a number of glass bottomed boat trips to take along the east coast, visiting remote beaches and other resorts such as Porto Cristo and Sa Coma. Land excursions include trips to the town of Manacor, famed for its artificial pearls; or the town of Felanitx, worth visiting on a Sunday morning just to experience the market which is widely recognised as being one of the best on the island.
The Exotic Parque Los Pajaros is found just outside the resort, it features a children's zoo, flamingos and a garden with a variety of cactus. Alternatively the Tropical Park Jumaica, situated on the road from Porto Cristo to Porto Colom, is a lush tropical garden with rare plants and free flying exotic birds.
For golfers the nearest golf course is Vall d'Or just a 10-15 minute drive away. The golf club also has a pool, driving range, paddle courts and a restaurant.
The Natural Park Mondrago is just a few kilometres to the south of the resort and a great place for hiking and trekking or simply bathing on its two pristine beaches.
Porto Cristo is home to the popular tourist attraction Caves of Drach, the caves feature many caverns with beautifully formed stalactites and stalagmites, as well as a large subterranean lake where classical music recitals are performed daily.
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