This area has the Cala Millor resort with its sports bars, curry houses and the like or there is Sa Coma, a quieter resort with the Spanish S’illot adjacent.
The website https://visitcalamillor.com/en/cala-millor/ comprehensively covers what there is to do.
Cycling is easy on the flat promenade cycleway between the resorts and a great way to get about. It’s about €6 a day. It is also a nice 4 mile cycle to the train museum. If you want to go further there is a greenway cycle route about 12 miles – a traffic free railway line converted to a cycleway. From Cala Millor this is a nice cycle to Manacor with its train station, Nadal museum or Arta a mountain top village with a market every Saturday.
Airport transfers I found to be cheapest with ShuttleDirect This is a bus that takes you to the hotel door. was 60 minutes
Get the number 1 bus to Palma and then get 412 to Cala Millor. It’s every 15 minutes.
Loads to choose from and no tips needed here. There are supermarkets Meradona, Lidl to the west of town and a Spar on every corner
Bars and Restaurants
Loads to choose from but my favourites are below. All bars do food except Danni’s.
Kohinoor, Carrer Sol Naixent, 24, 07560 Cala Millor
Restaurante Grill Llevant, Carrer Llevant, 9, 07687 S’Illot. Backstreet eating popular with locals. Outside area with great food.
The Sportsmans bar, Carrer Platja Cala Millor, 07560
Cafeteria Restaurant Chino, Av. Joan Servera Camps, 4, 07560 Cala Millor – 2 courses for €6.50, great value but its a cafeteria.
Danni’s bar, Carrer de Ca s’Hereu, 9, 07560 does a good range of IPA and has the only Magners draft in town.
Lots of tourist Tapas and they only authentic one I found was
Cafeteria Miralls, Carrer de son Jordi, 1, 07560 Cala Millor
Try a Welsh bar pub crawl
The Cwtch, Ave Joan Servera Camps, 07560 Cala Millor
Little Welsh Bar Carrer Xaloc, 07560 S’Illot. They are welsh – whats not to like?
Other to try
The Beach Bar Carrer de la Murtera, 8, 07687 S’Illot-Cala Morlanda. A nice 45 minute walk or even quicker cycle from Cala Millor along the promenade to get to this sheltered restaurant overlooking the beach. A lot of Spanish here.
Mariners Bar Avinguda de ses Palmeres, 125, 07560 Sa Coma- run by two Scottish girls so we went here.
Panetosto, Polígon del Moll, 35, 07559 – in Cala Bona at end of cycleway and nice outlook over the sea.
Things to Do
There are load of ideas at the link above.
Friday morning street market in Son Severa – get the bus up the hill.
Thursday morning street market in Inca
Train Museum in Son Carrio is a 4 mile cycle away.
Prehistoric stone houses are in S’Illot.
Local produce is sold in Lidl (limited range) but the other supermarkets all seemed to have imported food. Almonds, potatoes and oranges are the local produce. Biscuits from Inca.