There are over 20 golf courses on Mallorca and the nearest to Cala d'or at Val d'Or Golf is only a 20 minute drive away.
It is a well laid out course and in an ideal setting. There are also four other good courses all within a 40 minutes drive of
the resort. For further information click
Majorca has always been a popular destination for cyclists. However, if you find the mountains over in the west of the island a
little too challenging you might want to consider an organised tour around the east coast with Mallorquin Bikes of Cala dŽOr.
Founded in 2001 by Johannes and Anke they offer a popular family tour through the gardens of the valley of SŽHorta and then on
towards Porto Colom. After a break for a picnic lunch at a small secluded beach, you then head back to Cala dŽOr.
All tours start at their shop and cost 35 Euro, including bike hire, picnic lunch and tour guide. Further information and contact
Avda. Fernando Tarrago 19
Telephone: +34 609 237 637
Fax:+34 971 648 679
Web site: www.mallorquin-bikes.de
Mallorca is a haven for those of you who enjoy water sports. Naturally, being an island there is
every conceivable water sport you could think of, from SCUBA diving to fishing, from boardsailing
to jet skiing, from swimming to water skiing, is all to be had locally. Just look around the beach
area for signs and notices where you can partake in your favourite activity.
Nearly all bars in town show live sporting events on TV, with Premiership, Champions League and UEFA Cup matches dominating
the screens from August to May. And don't forget, most bars show a LIVE Premier League game every Saturday afternoon - a
luxury you don't get 'back home.'