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A perfect position close to the beach of Cala Esmeralda

A perfect position, close to Cala Esmeralda's beach with its two beach clubs and a few short steps from the picturesque centre of Cala d'Or with its stylish marina and its delightful shops and excellent restaurants. Just 100m from our Inturotel Esmeralda-Cala Azul complex, where you will find our buffet restaurants and where our programme of day-time and night-time entertainment takes place.
If you want to spend some time in paradise, visit the Mondragó Natural Park; its beaches will captivate you (40 minutes by bike).


Distance from the airport: 65km
Distance from the centre of Cala d'Or: 900m
Distance from the beach: 100m

An authentic family oasis just a short walk away from the beautiful Cala Esmeralda. INTUROTEL AZUL GARDEN https://www.inturotel.com/content/imgsxml/en/hotels/logo-inturotel-azul-garden-20792.svg
Calle s'Espalmador, s/n. 07660 Cala d'Or - Mallorca
Tel. +34 971 64 84 90

Getting here

Access to our hotel in...

  • Hire Car inturotel

    Hire Car

    Pick up your car from the airport (preferably after having made a prior reservation). Exit the airport via the motorway in the direction of Santanyí and after leaving the motorway, pass through the following towns and villages: Campos, Santanyí, s’Alqueria Blanca and Calonge. Arrive in Cala d’Or and find the hotel. (Approx.60 min. travel time). We recommend our associated Rent-a-Car company preferred car rental.


    If you have already placed your reservation with us, ask us for your discount code at reservas@inturotel.com by giving your reservation number.

  • TAXI inturotel


    A large number of taxis are available from the airport. The distance to Cala d’Or is around 60 km. and the trip takes approximately 60 minutes (estimated price: 75-85 €).

  • Transfer inturotel


    Private transfer: Contact our reservations department on +34971837474 or at reservas@inturotel.com , and you will be able to arrange a direct private transfer to the hotel, for both your outward and your return journey. For example: 70€ each way for 4 people during the day from Monday to Saturday, and 80€ on Sundays or at night. (Estimated prices. Consult for possible modifications.)

    Shuttle bus: reserve online your shared transfer with possible stops at more than one hotel. Click here to be transferd to the website our preferred shuttle bus service from 15€ per person/trip (Estimated prices. Consult for possible modifications.)

  • public bus inturotel

    Public Bus

    Airport via Palma:Take bus line A1 (EMT) which runs from the airport to the centre of Palma (Plaza España), on a trip that lasts approx. 20 minutes. Once you are in "Plaza España", go down into the Estación Intermodal (the hub for connections to the whole of Mallorca), and here take line 501 TIB (towards Felanitx, stopping in Cala Ferrera, 100m from the hotel reception). The approximate duration of the trip is 75-90 minutes. Consult timetables.


    Port: Take bus line 1 (EMT) to Plaza España (duration approx. 25 minutes). Once you are in "Plaza España", go down into the Estación Intermodal (the hub for connections to the whole of Mallorca), and here take line 501 TIB (towards Felanitx, stopping in Cala Ferrera, 100m from the hotel reception). The approximate duration of the trip is 75-90 minutes. Consult timetables.

  • private car inturotel

    Private Car

    Leave the port in the direction of the city centre ("centro ciudad") via the Paseo Marítimo, or seafront promenade, to join the motorway in the direction of the airport and Santanyí, and after leaving the motorway, pass through the following towns and villages: Campos, Santanyí, s’Alqueria Blanca and Calonge. Arrive in Cala d’Or and find the hotel using the plan. (Approx. 75 min. travel time)



Nature and culture in Mallorca: 5 unforgettable hikes
Nature and culture in Mallorca: 5 unforgettable hikes
Nature and culture in Mallorca: 5 unforgettable hikes   Mallorca is a natural, historical and cultural treasure trove. Today we present 5 hikes for when you plan your next trip to Mallorca with Inturotel. Being in touch with nature makes life more beautiful, and of course it makes us happier… We recommend you look for routes and maps on an app such as Wikiloc. Off we go!     Santuario de Sant Salvador   This 15th-century sanctuary, located 500 metres above sea level, affords spectacular panoramic views of Mallorca. The origins of the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador go as far back as 1348, and today it consists of an 18th-century church, a small chapel from 1910 and a monument to Christ the King, dating from 1934.   This hike runs along a quiet, pleasant path, suitable for the whole family. Along the way you will encounter a 19th-century Via Crucis, with different stations representing experiences lived out by Jesus on the day of his crucifixtion. You will also come across “el macolí del gegant” (or “the giant’s pebble”). According to legend, one day a “pebble” fell from the shoe of a giant who terrorised the local people. Even today, there is still a custom among inhabitants of Felanitx of throwing a stone at this boulder, which is about 10 metres from the trail, and making a wish.   The ascent takes 1 hour. The Sanctuary of Sant Salvador is located in the municipality of Felanitx, just 20 kms from the beautiful Cala d’Or, where you will be able to stay at one of our Inturotel hotels next to the sea.     The forest of Lluc and its monastery   The Sanctuary of Lluc is Mallorca’s most important place of pilgrimage, and indeed one of the best-known in Europe. It lies in one of the island’s most beautiful natural enclaves, hidden amidst the woods and mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is hardly surprising, then, that the name Lluc derives from the Latin place name Lucus, meaning “sacred forest”. The first we hear of the establishment of a chapel in Lluc is from the year 1268. Inside the present-day monastery, one can pray to “La Moreneta”, Mallorca’s most popular Virgin who, legend has it, was found by a shepherd boy. If you love plants, don’t miss a visit to the Botanic Garden here, with over 200 varieties of plants from the Balearic Islands, some of which are endemic and endangered, and only found in the Puig Major area. And don’t forget to indulge in a restorative hot chocolate accompanied by an ensaïmada or a tasty coca de patata before bidding this natural and spiritual refuge farewell!     Camí des Correu   A trail with medieval roots connecting the lovely villages of Esporles and Banyalbufar, the Camí des Correu runs along classic paths of the Serra de Tramuntana, surrounded by holm-oak woods and marvellous views of the coast and the Mediterranean. It dates back to the year 1401, and until the 19th century was the only road communicating the village with the rest of the island. It forms part of the walking route known as Pedra en sec (dry stone walling), an ancestral technique by which stones are set on one another without using cement, making terracing that allowed crops to be grown on the sides of mountains, walls to delimit properties and fields, and paving for paths and roads.       The starting point for this hike is at the church of Esporles. It takes approximately two and a half hours, and once again is a walk that is suitable for families, as it is easy and well signposted.     Puig des Teix via Camí de S’Arxiduc   Valldemossa is one of the most beautiful villages on Mallorca. Located in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, one of the peaks that overlook it is Puig des Teix, with its extensive holm-oak woodland. One great attraction of walking up Puig des Teix is to discover the “Camí de S’Arxiduc”, a path constructed on the ridge in the 19th century at the behest of Archduke Ludwig Salvator, a member of the Austrian imperial family and one of the most relevant figures of recent centuries on the island. From 1867 to 1915 the Archduke spent long spells of time at his properties between Valldemossa and Deià.     On one of his numerous research trips around the Mediterranean, the Archduke mapped the south-eastern coast, where the Inturotel hotels are located, stopping at Cala LLonga and exploring the coves in the area, and leaving a written testimony of this visit:   “Farther along we see the natural arch called Es Pontàs, the antechamber to Cala Mitjana cove. A sea cave, the domain of wild pigeons, stands out in the reddish cliff, along with a watchtower up high and a headland with flat summit followed by Cala Ferrera. To the left is Caló de Ses Dones, whose sandy beach is populated by pine trees, and, at the back, we see Castell de Santueri and Sant Salvador”.     Barranc de Biniaraix   A two-hour walk amongst ancient stone terraces, with memorable views of Mallorca. The gully of Barranc de Biniaraix, located near the delightful village of Sóller, was declared an asset of cultural interest in the monument category in 1994, due to its impressive scenic, environmental, historical and cultural value.   Since time immemorial, the gully path was the main route of communication for the valley of Sóller and Fornalutx with those of L’Ofre, Cúber, Orient or the Lluc monastery.       The estimated time needed to walk this route is about two hours, but it all depends on your pace and the stops you make along the way. Ideally this beautiful hike should be completed unhurriedly, as you relax and enjoy the scenery and nature.   Have a great trip and magical experiences!
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