Unlike Cala Millor, much more lively Cala Bona has the authentic charm of fishing villages with quaint streets and small harbor lined with cafes to garden terraces, where you can see the fishermen mend their nets.
Cala Bona is located on the bay of Son Servera halfway between Cap des Pinar which closes the bay to the north, and the Cape of Punta de N’Amer who farm south. The village is dominated by hill na Penyal which rises to 203 m (the top you can enjoy a beautiful view of the coast and the bay).
The resort is also close to many tourist attraction in the eastern coast of Mallorca sites: 4 km south, Punta de N’Amer and watchtower, S’Illot and talayotic village, 10 km, Porto Cristo and the Caves of Drach and Hams, 13 km to the northwest, Artà and sanctuary 18 km north Cala Ratjada and its marine reserve.
On foot or by bicycle, taking the promenade a few kilometers to the south, it is possible to visit the neighboring resort of Cala Millor with its many shops, restaurants and bars.
The fishing port of Cala Bona is still used by local fishermen, but the Port Esportiu Cala Bona also now houses throughout the year boats.
The beaches of Cala Bona are much quieter and less crowded than those of Cala Millor.
The nearest port beach has a length of 550 meters and 9 meters wide. A little further north, towards Costa dels Pins, is the beaches of Port Verd (Green Port), Port Nou (New Port) and Port Vell (Old Port).