The Mallorca Open is an international high level tennis tournament in Santa Ponça. Victoria Azarenka, Genie Bouchard, Carla Suárez Navarro and more players from the international elite come to play tennis on the original turf courts, built in collaboration with Wimbledon.
The Mallorca Open is not just a sports event. Another great goal of the organizers is to turn the tournament into a social event, making each day a party with different events scheduled to bring closer the public of all ages and also make a social use of the club’s facilities.
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A beautiful beach surrounded by pine trees and mountains, situated in the municipality of Capdepera, about 80 kilometres from Palma de Mallorca. The water here is sparklingly clean and appears wonderfully light blue, making it the perfect place for swimming and to practise marine sports. Well-connected by pedestrian paths to Cala Mesquida, and along the way you pass neighbouring Cala Moltó, frequented by naturists. Snack bar and a pay-to-park area. Take the Manacor road to Capdepera and then head for Cala Rajada.
This fine sandy beach is particularly popular with locals and families. In the sandy bays with turquoise water there are numerous caves to explore. There is a kiosk offering snacks, a small restaurant, and sanitary facilities. Many big yachts visit this picturesque bay in summer. Only limited parking available.
This lovely narrow beach, on the Formentor peninsula, is lined with pine trees. You’re always close to the clear sparkling water of the Mediterranean when you want to cool off, and the views across the Bay of Pollensa – with boats bobbing nearby – are dreamy. You can arrive here by boat from Puerto Pollensa or by car (stopping along the peninsula road to admire some spectacular scenery). The Barceló Hotel Formentor is located here.
This small sheltered beach has sparkling clean water and soft golden sand, and is one of the more attractive beaches on the coastline to the southwest of Palma. It’s not a very large beach, so we recommend arriving early to stake your claim to a patch of this paradise. You can hire sun loungers and parasols on the sands or chill out at one of the two good beach clubs – Virtual Club and Las Terrazas – serving this popular resort.
Son Serra de Marina
This extensive virgin sandy beach is backed by dunes and has sweeping views around the Bay of Alcúdia. Naturists will find a quiet spot to soak up the sun, and fans of water sports will benefit from sea and wind conditions that are often perfect for kite surfing and windsurfing. In cooler weather it’s a great place to walk (around to Colonia Sant Pere) or to ride a horse among the dunes. Although there are no beach services, El Sol Sunshine Bar offers food, drinks and great seaside vibes.
The water in the rocky Cala Llamp is crystal clear and thus perfect for snorkelling. The bay has no sandy beach but a sea water pool, a restaurant and a bar. Usually, there is enough parking space available. Not suitable for small children.
This small stony beach is a tranquil spot even during high season. It offers easy access to the adjoining rock caves with good diving, snorkelling and swimming. Our tip: fill your picnic basket and spend a summer evening at the beach – the sunsets are unrivalled!
The small gravel beach is embedded in a romantic cave with steep rock faces. With its often rough waves it is the ideal diving and windsurfing ground for experienced sportsmen. Not suitable for children.
The sandy beach of Puerto Pollensa with its shady promenade is long, falling off gently and offers a wide choice of water sport activities. It is said to be one of the finest wind surfing areas on the island. Nice restaurants, cafés and shopping facilities are all in close reach. Many consider the long stretch of Playa de Llenaire to be one of the best beaches on Mallorca, situated within a wonderful bay. Lots of poets and painters have been inspired by the beauty of Puerto de Pollensa.
Bahía de Alcudia
The bay of Alcudia is Mallorca’s longest beach and is among the best developed areas for resorts and hotels in every price range. The good infrastructure, the wide offer of water sport activities and the flat beach make it ideal for families.
Cala Torta, Estreta, Mitjana
Cala Torta which is close to Artà, is one of the most appealing undeveloped beaches on Mallorca. Scuba-diving and snorkelling are highly recommended in this area. All of these three beaches are quite remote so be prepared for a bumpy ride through a small mountain range which takes about 25-30 minute on a road full of huge potholes. The reward is a virtually deserted white beach with crystal clear water. A small restaurant offers freshly caught fish and seafood from the Mallorcan waters. Perhaps one of best places to relax on the island. Directions: Drive out of Artà on the road to Capdepera and the beaches are signed on a small road on the left just past a petrol station.
Cala Mesquida, near Capdepera
The magnificent Mesquida bay lies six kilometres to the north of Cala Rajada and its open views make it one of the most beautiful in the north-east of the island. It has various facilities for beach visitors. A watchtower atop a small mountain looks down over the more built-up end of the beach. The fine white sands make it great for relaxing or walking, and this is one of the few beaches where surfers can often catch a wave.
The stretch of beach between Cala Millor and Cala Bona is sandy and one of the best on the east coast of Mallorca. It is a kilometre-and-a-half long and backed by a promenade perfect for walking, cycling, browsing the gift shops or taking refreshments in one of the many cafés, bars or restaurants. This promenade will take you all the way to the fishing harbour at Cala Bona. The sea is initially shallow and quite safe – appropriate for children.
This stunning sandy double bay is located in the environment-protected area of Mondragó and ranges among the most beautiful spots on the East coast. The pine wood stretches almost to the turquoise coloured sea, the sand is fine and white and the form of the bay gives it natural shelter. Ideal for families with small children. There is a beach bar offering snacks and refreshments and a big public car park.
Es Trenc between Sant Jordi and Ses Covetes
The largest unspoilt beach on the island, 60 meters wide and 3.5 km long of white sandy beach backed by sand dunes.. The beach is flat with fine white sand and turquois Carribean-like water and equally popular with tourists and the locals. Two beach bars offer refreshments and snacks with cool chill-out music playing in the background. Regrettably there are no sanitary facilities or fresh water showers and it can get rather crowded in high season, particularly at the weekend. Free parking is limited, paid parking available. Directions: Drive through Campos following signs to Santanyí. Immediately after leaving Campos there is sign on your right to Es Trenc.
Playa de Palma
Despite being one of the hotspots, Playa de Palma remains one of the nicest and most popular beaches on the island. The gently sloping beach, the clear water and the wide choice of activities are the perfect mix for a delightful day on the beach.
One for those who don’t like to share the beach with too many others! On the east coast, near the Calas de Mallorca, it’s not easy to find – which is part of its attraction. Park in a lane, and pass through large metal gates to take the 15 minute walk through pines down to the cove. You’ll be rewarded with clear turquoise waters and tranquillity, but may be sharing the sands with a few naturists – and, possibly, the odd curious bull!
Cala Portals Nous
Close to the beautiful harbour of Puerto Portals you will find a long sandy beach. Popular with the local Mallorcan residents, it has sunshades and loungers to rent, and showers. With a few very nice restaurants on or close to teh beach this is a nice option for a relaxing day with the family.
Playa de Muro
Golden sandy beach that is the continuation of the beach of Puerto Alcudia until you reach Can Picafort. This stretch of Mallorcan coastline is now dotted with luxury five star hotels and good restaurants and beach clubs.
Spas have become a trend embraced by all ages seeking to take a break from stressful lifestyles and wanting to find their inner balance again. Whether you are looking for a spa located in a hotel or you would rather frequent an independent urban spa, Mallorca offers an ample selection of professional spas that are sure to leave you feeling revitalised.
You can benefit from all things wellness and beauty, ranging from classic massages to exotic treatments – there is something for everyone.
This luxurious spa, within the Jumeirah Port Sóller Hotel, is a previous nominee for a German magazine’s spa awards. Spacious yet intimate, and with natural light, it offers all the amenities you’d expect (including state-of-the art fitness centre and outdoor hydrotherapy pool, with mountain and port views). Before or after one of the many facial and body treatments and rituals offered, enjoy the spacious relaxation area.
A visit to this stylish new urban spa and boutique in Palma will leave you picture-perfect for your holiday – or everyday life. The British owners have 20 years’ experience of running top spas in London, and have set a new benchmark on Mallorca in beauty care and products. Their speciality – the exclusive Australian Lycon Precision Waxing system (as used by Sienna Miller, and other celebrities) – leaves you hair-free and carefree. English, Spanish and German-speaking beauticians also offer facials, manicures and pedicures. Their boutique stocks exclusive resort/swimwear and accessories for both him and her.
The Urban Spa in the Puro Hotel in Palma offers a beautiful mosaic steam room, a waterfall shower, and several saunas, as well as a selection of individual relaxing spa treatments including Thai massages. The spa is also one of the few on the island offering unique vegan treatments for hands and feet, and many more special beauty and wellness treatments, in the cool and trendy environment of the cosmopolitan Puro Hotel that is known to attract a stylish crowd.
Carrer de Montenegro, 12,
07012 Palma de Mallorca
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Sa Torre Pure Spa at Hilton Hotel
Located in the Hilton Hotel in Sa Torre this spa is based on a combination of five different elements that harmonise together to offer you the most relaxing spa experience possible. Signature aromas, chill-out music, products from the in-house vegetable garden such as lemon, lavender and almonds, relaxing lighting, and a selection of teas and fresh fruit juices have been put together especially for you. The spa also has a steam room with eucalyptus, as well as offering a variety of facial and body treatments and massages using natural exotic fruits.
Hilton Hotel in Sa Torre
Cami de Sa Torre 8,
Tel: +34 971 010 432
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Son Net Beauty Centre
The Beauty Centre of Gran Hotel Son Net in Puigpunyent offers a small but very special wellness programme set in the picturesque and tranquil location. Treatments are carried out by expert an practitioner, who is also a yoga master and experienced Pilates teacher. All treatments offer a holistic approach, soothing stress and aiding well-being and relaxation in the private and intimate setting of this luxury boutique hotel.
Gran Hotel Son Net C/ Castillo de Son Net s/n,
Tel: +34 971 147 000
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Arabella Spa at St Regis Mardavall Hotel
The Arabella Spa in Costa d’en Blanes close to Puerto Portals was voted one of the top 10 hotel spas in Europe and offers an exotic combination of Western and Eastern wellness and beauty treatments. In 14 different luxurious treatment rooms you can benefit from Ayurveda, Shiatsu, Tuina, Swedish and sport massages. You can also enjoy firming facial treatments, choose to lounge by the jacuzzi, or dip into the hydropool after using the sauna.
St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort
C/ Palma-Andratx, 19,
07181 Costa d’en Blanes,
Valparaíso Palace Spa
The Turkish bath is definitely a highlight of the Valparaíso Palace Spa that is located in the heart of the cosmopolitan city of Palma. It offers aromatherapy showers, a relaxing oasis, and an array of Japanese treatments. Apart from the 12 therapy rooms, there is also a fitness area with indoor and outdoor pools offering hydrotherapy for those seeking a more active yet equally rewarding spa experience.
Valparaíso Palace Spa
Calle Francisco Vidal Sureda, 23,
07015 Palma de Mallorca
Iberostar Son Antem Spa
The former Marriott Spa was taken over by Iberostar, located in Llucmajor, offers relaxing and rejuvenating treatments and encompasses 6 different types of saunas, leaving you spoilt for choice. Ayurveda treatments, couple´s massages, facial treatments, and active fitness classes are also available alongside therapy baths and a steam room.
Iberostar Son Antem
MA-19 Exit 20
Son Brull Spa
The Son Brull Spa is a Mallorcan spa, unique to the island in kind, using only treatments based on natural products produced by hand on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca. The spa is located in Pollensa and is renowned for using ingredients such as olive oil, almond oil, aloe vera, flor de sal, and many more Mallorcan products that are known to have a rejuvenating and relaxing effect on your skin.
Son Brull Hotel & Spa
C/ Palma- Pollença, km 49.9,
Tel: +34 971 535 353
Blau Hotel Spa
The Blau Spa offers modern wellness facilities including Turkish baths, Roman thermal baths, sensation showers, and a Jacuzzi in the tranquil surroundings of Porto Petro. The expert team also provides unique treatments, including Ayurveda, among many different types of massage and beauty treatments. There is also an indoor/outdoor pool, and outdoor fitness activities will allow you to enjoy the stunning surroundings during your visit.
PURAVIDA Resort Blau Porto Petro
Carrer des Far, 16
07691 Porto Petro
Tel: +34 902 222 070
Spa Bodyna Maricel
This spa is located in the 5-star luxury boutique Hotel Hospes Maricel and offers massages and treatments in spectacular stone-clad natural caves situated right beside the sea shore – a real highlight, especially during the warmer months. This experience is unique and allows you to relax to the sound of the soft waves. The spa also offers private relaxation lounges, a Pilates room, saunas, steam baths and a terrace solarium for those seeking a golden skin colour all year round.
The superlative Serenitas Spa in the discreetly luxurious 5-star Park Hyatt Mallorca, nestled in the verdant Canyamel Valley and opened in summer 2016, is available to Mallorca residents who want to spend some relaxing time in this precious corner of the island in the tranquil northeast. A treatment at the Serenitas Spa will pamper them with products made from local herbs and fruits – including rosemary, lavender, almonds, olive oil, citrus, and aloe vera.
Urbanización Atalaya de Canyamel, Vial A, 12
+34 871 811 234
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The Caves of Drach are located on the east coast of Mallorca, specifically in the town of Porto Cristo, these caves are one of the Island’s main tourist attractions, and are, without doubt, some of the most remarkable ones on the island, as they have a horizontal extension of about 1,200 metres and a maximum depth of 25 m. below ground level,
The classic tourist attraction Caves of Drach – or Coves del Drac – is a crowd pleaser for many reasons, not least of which is that these 4 fantastic caves form a truly remarkable hydrogeological formation. An enormous underground expanse of undulating sandstone and semiprecious agates creates an imaginarium of weird formations, against which delicate bouquets of stalactites and stalamites glisten. This exquisite ornamentation frames Europe’s largest underground sea, 177m(581 feet)-long Lake Martel.
As if all this weren’t enough to tempt the tour buses, expert illuminator Carlos Buigas mounted a multicolored light show spectacular that puts Ibiza’s wildest clubs to shame, while boats filled with classical musicians perform Chopin, Martini, and more in an acoustic shell unlike any other in the world. One can only hope that they will not wake the Drac de Mallorca, the Dragon of Majorica, who disappeared sometime during the Dark Ages, though no one is quite sure to where
The buildings and gardens that form the estate of Alfàbia are located in the outskirts of Bunyola. A visit to the manor, owned by the Zaforteza family, allows one to appreciate the different rooms that made up a typical twelfth century manor house and to walk in some of the most remarkable gardens in Mallorca.
The gardens reflect the influence of Arabic, Italian and English styles with one common component; the interplay with water in waterfalls, fountains, canals and ponds.Elisabeth II chose Alfàbia on one occasion for a brief stay in Mallorca.
Visiting hours 1 April to 31 October: Monday-Saturday, 9.30am-6.30pm. 1 to 30 November and 1 January to 31 March: Monday-Friday, 9.30am-5.30pm. Saturdays, 9.30am-1pm. Closed: Sundays and 1 to 31 December.
The original dunes, that are covered with rich vegetation, have been preserved by installing high walkways over them and soft protection systems (pylons and ropes that contain them). The white sand and turquoise waters complete this beautiful scenery in the north of Mallorca. The winds that occasionaly blow in this area make Muro’s beaches an ideal spot for windsurfing and Kitesurf.
Since 2001 Muro’s beaches have received awards recognising the work carried out by the municipality, providing environmental care and education. Among them the Blue Flag, accrediting the excellent quality of the waters, as well as the sanitary and rescue services, the care for the environment and accessibility for peoples with disabilities. At least once every 30 days, the water is tested to make sure it is up to the highest standards. The lifeguards for their part are renowned for the excellence of their work. A large part of the Playa de Muro is virgin, no sunbeds, sunshades, etc., but there is a lifeguard presence during July and August. On top of all this, the beaches are kept clean at all times, using systems that respect the local flora and fauna.
Take a break and enjoy our water diversions, ideal to enjoy in family to relax and have fun.
What child doesn’t love a waterpark? In Mallorca you can take your pick from three. Aqualandin El Arenal is the largest and has adrenaline rides, special areas for small children, and plenty of fun in-between slides. Take junction 13 off the Palma to Arenal motorway.
Where else would fantasy cowboy and Indian themed Western Water Park be, but Magaluf? In addition to the slides and rides, there are waterfalls, fountains, Jacuzzis and a lazy river.
Hidropark, in northern Alcúdia, isn’t as big as the others but still provides plenty to keep everyone happy for hours. It’s worth noting that the food and refreshment options in all of the parks – like anywhere else – do not represent the best value. Take snacks, a picnic and drinks to avoid spending far more than you intended.
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1 popular sea-life attraction
Marineland in Costa d’en Blanes (Portals Nous) wins rave reviews for its performing dolphin, sea lion and parrot shows. Though quite small, the park also has aquariums, an aviary and a tropical house with snakes and reptiles. Booking tickets online in advance usually works out a bit cheaper (see marineland.es).
There’s also the opportunity to swim with dolphins – at an added (not cheap) cost. The many nice bars, cafes and restaurants of Portals Nous are just a short stroll away, as is a tranquil beach.
1 Enormous Aquarium (with the biggest shark tank in Europe)
There’s so much to see at Palma Aquarium (very close to the airport in Can Pastilla) that you’ll need a good few hours to cover it all. Visitors go on an adventure through the Mediterranean and tropical seas, to the accompaniment of classical music which heightens the mysterious beauty of the marine life. The hype around The Big Blue – the deep, magnificent shark tank – overshadows the fact that the aquarium is also home to the biggest collection of live coral in Europe.
There’s also a brilliant outdoor kid’s play area complete with pirate ship, and a covered rainforest garden – perfect for cooling off on a hot day.
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1. Es Trenc
Es Trenc, located in Campos, is one of the most popular beaches and tourist attractions Mallorca. The fine white sand which goes on for miles, turquoise and crystal clear waters and its pristine environment, have become a favorite Mallorcan and a place you must visit in Mallorca! And although it sounds weird, there is an area where many are nude. Walk along the shore and you will find the nudist area!
2. Cala Matzoc
This nudist beach is located in the town of Arta. It covers an area of 80 meters, and is usually very busy. It is a sandy beach, with seaweed and rocks. The road access is a little complicated but there is an easy way for all-terrain vehicles. The recommended option is to drive to Cala Torta and from there take the old road of carabinieri, then after a half hour walk along the coast you’ll get to the cove.
3. Coll Baix
Located seven kilometers from Alcúdia, Coll Baix is the only natural and public beach. The cove has greyish sand and gravel that looks through a fully transparent sea. Access by car is easy up to Alcúdia, where you have to park and start the 45 minute walk to Coll Baix. The final leg is somewhat complicated, but definitely worth it!
Located in the region of Deià, the pretty village of the Serra de Tramuntana is Llucalcari. You have to park your car on the road and walk about 20 minutes down an easy road, and the final stretch is a little more rocky. Llucalcari is known to have a source of fresh water and clay walls, perfect for a clay body spa and the best natural beauty treatment!
5. Son Real
Son Real is 12 kilometers from Can Picafort. It is a pristine and quiet beach with large, fine sand, and where you can even find some archaeological sites. Access by car is easy to Son Serra de Marina. From there, you will see a track leading to Son Real on the left . It can also be reached on foot (200 meters), by parking in the marina and walking from there.
Caragol is a nudist beach located in Santanyí, it’s an idyllic cove with a length of about 500 meters and 60 meters wide, with fine, white sand, and one of the most pristine waters in Mallorca. The easiest way to access the beach is to park your car at the Faro de Ses Salines and walk 2 km along the easy dirt slope. You can enjoy a nice view of the island of Cabrera. A heavenly place!
7. El Mago
The Mago beach is small but perfectly formed, this beach ranks as one of my all-time favourites. The beach is located in a beautiful cove, surrounded by pine tree-lined hills, giving it protection from the waves and wind. Only 25m wide and 25m deep, Cala El Mago features clean, white sand and fabulous warm, shallow turquoise water.
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