Porto Cristo’s well known yacht club Club Nautico has its own restaurant, bar and pool. Next to the southern entry to the town are the most famous of the stalactite grottoes, "Cuevas del Drach", where the largest underwater lake is located. The lake Martel was named after the French explorer Alfred Martel. Next to the grottoes is the aquarium "Acuario de Mallorca" and its exciting underwater world through 115 windows.
North of Porto Cristo a ’’drive- in"-safari park is located, where wild animals are kept loose within the compound. A few minutes south of the village is Cala Magrana a lovely and quiet place next to the sea. Continue on the southern road to Cala Murada, a pleasant village with good bathing opportunities from both cliffs and a sandy beach. On the seafront in Cala Murada there are pleasant restaurants and the village offers everything you might need in the way of banks, food shops, restaurants and bars during all seasons. There are several tennis courts and hotels.
After a short trip to the north of Porto Cristo you will find the small bathing communities of S’Illot, Sa Coma and Cala Millor next to the sea shore. Most of the boutiques and restaurants along the promenade in Cala Millor are open permanently. Biking and walking roads lead to the north and to the south from Porto Cristo. In the nearby city of Manacor the famous Mallorca pearls are made and there is furniture production too. You can travel to Palma from Manacor by train.