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Location

A seafront hotel, by the beach

This hotel is located in one of the most beautiful and tranquil parts of Cala d'Or, an exclusive holiday destination on Majorca's southeast coast, on the seafront and next to Cala Esmeralda's beach with its crystal-clear waters. By foot you can reach the picturesque centre of Cala d'Or (10 minutes) with its charming way of life and attractive amenities for all tastes. The stylish and exclusive marina is just a 20 minute walk away. The hotel's surroundings offer a wide range of beaches, natural harbours, charming villages, rural areas as well as a stunningly beautiful natural park, all of which will captivate you.


Distance from the airport: 65km
Distance from the centre of Cala d'Or: 900m
Distance from the beach: 25m

A natural balcony overlooking picture-postcard scenery, surrounded by pine trees and junipers. INTUROTEL CALA AZUL https://www.inturotel.com/content/imgsxml/en/hotels/logo-inturotel-cala-azul-20918.svg
Caló des Corral, s/n. 07660 Cala d'Or - Mallorca
Tel. +34 971 64 81 84

Getting here

Access to our hotel in...

  • Hire Car inturotel

    Hire Car


    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

    Taxi

    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 €).

  • Shuttle bus

    Transfer

    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.)

  • 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)

     

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Cabrera: a day in paradise
31/05/2021
Cabrera: a day in paradise
A mere ten kilometres from Cap de Ses Salines, and very close to our Inturotel hotels on Mallorca, lies the Cabrera archipelago, a genuine unspoilt paradise in the midst of the Mediterranean that has been a Maritime-Terrestrial National Park since 1991, because of the wealth of flora and fauna it contains. How would you like to visit it with us? When you visit Cabrera, keep your camera at the ready at all times, because it is highly likely that you will catch a glimpse of dolphins, turtles, cormorants, ospreys and Iberian wall lizards (podarcis lilfordi, the characteristic lizard of the Balearic Islands).   Fauna: Did you know that the waters of Cabrera are home to the greatest diversity of fish in the entire Mediterranean? In total more than 200 species, as well as molluscs, crustaceans, sea birds, reptiles, mammals... An outstanding feature of Cabrera’s fauna is the large colonies of seabirds: Scopoli’s shearwater (Calonectris diomedea), the European storm-petrel (Hydrobates pelagicus), Audouin’s gull (Larus audouinii)… The seabed around Cabrera is rich in both vertebrates and invertebrates, like colourful nudibranchs. Groupers are typical, as are octopi and Mediterranean morays (Muraena helena)...       But in addition, these waters are a sanctuary for larger animals, such as common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), striped dolphins (Stenella coeruleoalba), short-beaked common dolphins (Delphinus delphis), long-finned pilot whales (Globicephala melaena), sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) and loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta).       The noble pen shell (Pinna nobilis), one of the largest bivalves in the Mediterranean (up to 2 metres), can live for up to 50 years, and is an endemic species whose main habitat is the Posidonia oceanica meadows. A high rate of mortality has been recorded in noble pen shell populations since 2016, due to a parasitic disease that has brought them to the brink of extinction. Thanks to thousands of calls reporting sightings, we have at least five survivors on the islands. Three of them have been moved to the Cabrera National Park and are protected by cages to prevent the usual predators of Pinna nobilis, like the octopus or the gilthead bream, from eating them. Will they survive? We certainly hope so.   Flora: More than 500 species of vascular plants, 22 species of moss, 21 of lichens and 162 of seaweed co-exist in Cabrera! Some of the more striking species are Balearic Island buckthorn (Rhamnus ludivici-salvatoris) or the Balearic peony (Paeonia cambessedessi).     The island of Cabrera has been uninhabited since it was declared a National Park in 1991, except for the rotating shifts of the staff who manage the park. Previously, it was inhabited by several Mallorcan families who made a living from fishing and farming. Today the island is a sublime destination for engaging in activities in nature’s heart, such as snorkelling, diving (a permit must be obtained in advance), hiking (always on the marked paths), birdwatching… or simply breathing and relaxing in an atmosphere from a bygone age.     Several boat companies in the nearby Colònia de Sant Jordi will take you to Cabrera, on a pleasant sea voyage lasting one hour. A trip to Cabrera implies staying on the island for the whole day, and as well as enjoying the island’s idyllic beaches or discovering its fertile sea bed, there are many more things to do there!   You can visit the highest point of the island, where the 16th-century castle stands, built to protect the island from the Berber pirates who came from North Africa with the aim of putting in at Cabrera and using it as a base from which to attack Mallorca. It has been destroyed and reconstructed on several occasions throughout history. The worst destruction took place in 1550, when the Turks attacked. Don’t miss the chance to view the island’s beaches and scenery from the top of this imposing vantage point!   Cabrera also offers visitors a botanic garden, an ethnographic and historical museum and a small bar in the port (which looks like something out of a novel – a refreshing drink in the shade of its grapevine is an absolute must). As for beaches, there are several to choose from, ranging from the sandy to the very fine stone variety, and even some located at the foot of the spectacular cliffs. But without a shadow of a doubt, the highlight is Sa Cova Blava (the “Blue Cave”), formed by calcareous rock. When the evening sun falls on the water in the cave, it gives rise to a spectacle of light that lends a magical blue tone to the sea. A “zen” experience that you will take away with you as a lifelong memory.     If you aren’t up for the boat trip but still want to find out more about Cabrera and the seabed around it, one great alternative is to visit the Cabrera Interpretation Centre-Aquarium in Sa Colònia de Sant Jordi, which is just 40 minutes away from your Inturotel hotel in Cala d’Or.   When you reach your Inturotel hotel on Mallorca, the reception staff will be delighted to supply you with all the information you need to enjoy your unforgettable trip to Cabrera to the full. Happy adventuring!   Some sites of interest: www.balearsnatura.com caib espais protegits www.mma.es/parques        
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