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Cala Millor offers a range of activities for kids and adults.
The long stretch of white sandy beach is great for swimming and sunbathing and also offers a range of water sports. One can hire a pedalo, take a ride on the banana boat or do a spot of parasailing. While sunbathing you're likely to see a good few snorkellers out in the Cala Millor waters.
There are daily glass bottom boat trips from the pier, taking visitors to Cala Rajada and Peurto Cristo. Take a trip to Peurto Cristo and see the remarkable Caves of Drach. Visit Cala Rajada on a Saturday for the delightful local market selling leather goods and local produce. The boat trip to Cala Rajada on a Saturday is quite expensive at 20EUR return (it is cheaper the rest of the time) so it might be worth taking a taxi instead. The buses are very crowded and it can be difficult to get a seat, especially on the return trip. The fight with all the other tourists to get on the bus isn't too much fun either!
If fishing's your thing, some people fish of the pier, but most head into Cala Bona where it tends to be quieter.
If golf's your things, there's a golf course (Eurotel Golf Punta Rotja) in nearly Costa de los Pinos.