Calviá is a municipality in Mallorca, one of the Balearic Islands. It is the busiest part of the island in where resorts like Magaluf or Santa Ponça provide the tourists with major services and infrastructure. There are long and neat beaches, hotels and hostels and a wide range of nightclubs, restaurants and shops all over, and also live shows.
It is the second most populated area of the entire archipelago Balearic after Palma, with about 50,000 residents (2016). It has the largest number of tourists in the islands. Its population is scattered around the different urban centres created as a result of tourism development and 20th-century urbanisation.
Calvià has a mild Mediterranean climate with an average annual temperature of 19 °C and an average annual rainfall of 410 mm (16 in). It has a hot, dry summer with occasional rainfall, and a cool, wet winter. The coldest month is January, with temperatures from 3.5 to 15.1 °C, and the hottest is August, with temperatures from 18.2 to 31.0 °C.
Among other things, you can book yourself in a submarine trip, hire parachutes, pedalboats, waterbikes, slide through the waterfalls of two different waterparks or enjoy a night out with dinner show at the casino..
- Port Adriano, Urbanización el Toro, s / n. Marina.
- Mirador Isla del Toro, Avinguda de la Mar. Lookout point.
- Jungle Parc Mallorca, Avinguda del Rei Jaume I, 40A, 07180 Santa Ponça (Bus 104 Peguera - Magaluf - Palma), ☏ . The largest tree adventure park in the Balearic Islands. A 9-ha pine forest in Santa Ponsa, 500 m. Three circuits with a total of 134 platforms. You move from tree to tree, at varying heights from the ground, using bridges, ropes, vines and lots of long zip wires. There is a circuit for children of 4 years and above, and two circuits for adults. Adult: 1 course €19, two courses €25; child 4-12 years: €15.
- Villa rental in Calvia, Mallorca  [dead link]. Villa for rent in the south-west of Mallorca, with pool.