Family Excursion in Mallorca

Family Excursion in Mallorca

Family things to do in Mallorca

Mallorca is a great destination for families. What’s not to love? The stunning island has sunny weather, pristine coves, hidden caves, charming castles, and long sandy beaches with a huge variety of watersports. To make planning your family holiday easier, we made this list of some of the best family-friendly things to do in Mallorca:

Beaches

Playa de Muro

Spending a day at the beach is one of the cheapest and most enjoyable things to do in Mallorca. Playa de Muro beach is a long stretch of fine, white sand with shallow blue waters (perfect for families with younger children). Its blue flag status makes it quite popular with both tourists and locals. It also boasts all the convenient amenities, including access for people with disabilities, showers, sun loungers, and parasols. The beach, located on the north coast of the island, also offers all sorts of watersports for both kids and adults.

Port de Pollença

Port de Pollença is one of the most popular family resorts in Mallorca and offers great activities, beaches, bars, and restaurants. The beach is long and wide, with stretches of golden sands and wonderful views of the hills in the background. Families can explore the waters by hiring a Velomar, a banana boat, or a kayak at one of the nearby stands.

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Water and amusement parks

Jungle Parc

Test your adventurous spirit by climbing, weaving, and swinging from tree to tree at this fun-filled treetop adventure park. The park includes rope walking, climbing, zip-lining, and so much more. It has three courses with different levels of difficulty for kids and adults of all ages (four years and up).

Western Water Park

Enjoy a fun-filled day at this Western-style water park, located in Magaluf, a 30-minute drive from Palma. Families with kids of all ages can enjoy thrilling water slides (including the highest slide in Mallorca), swimming pools and a number of exciting shows – with the Western-divers and Cowboy themed shows being the most popular. We recommend wearing a pair of flip-flops when walking to the next activity, as the ground gets really hot in summer.

Aqualand El Arenal

Mallorca’s largest water park has something for every member of the family. The park features exhilarating water slides, a jacuzzi, mini-golf, a wave pool, and a special kiddies playground. Younger kids will love Dragonland, while older kids might prefer the more daring Kamikaze and Tornado.

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Things to see and explore

Coves del Drac

Visitors of all ages will feel like Indiana Jones at this must-see tourist attraction. The guided tour, accompanied by multilingual commentary, includes a boat trip in the underground Lake Martel (one of the largest underground lakes in the world), with a stop at the amphitheatre – where you can enjoy a 10-minute classical musical recital.

Caves d’ Arta

Caves d’ Arta is an enchanting network of caverns, situated on the coast of Capdepera. In the ‘Queen of Columns’ room, you’ll find a 22-metre stalagmite. The guided tour comes with special effects and the various chambers are given Dantesque names – Hell, Purgatory, Paradise – it sounds creepy, but it’s a beautiful sight to behold.
Castell de Bellver

People of all ages are enchanted by castles, from a young age we’ve been intrigued by stories of kings and queens, and brave knights. Castell de Bellver is a 14th-century castle with a unique circular design – the only of its kind in Spain. Visitors can marvel at the Gothic architecture, or admire superb views of the Bay of Palma from the roof. The ground floor has a museum for those who want to know more about the history.

Palma Aquarium

With all the amazing things to do in Mallorca, it might seem strange to list an aquarium, but this isn’t just any aquarium. Palma Aquarium features a touch pool, which allows visitors to touch and learn about the marine life. It’s also home to the biggest shark tank in Europe, which allows qualified scuba divers to swim with the sharks. There are plenty of other things to see and do, including shark sleepovers, a beautiful Mallorcan garden, and a soft play area and pirate ship for the kids.

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There are a myriad of family-friendly things to do in Mallorca, from hiking the Serra de Tramuntana, to grabbing a bite at a seaside restaurant, to taking the wooden train from Palma to Soller. If you’re planning a holiday to Mallorca, contact us for family-friendly accommodation. We have a range of stunning hotels in Mallorca with facilities that the

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Best Mallorca Excursions

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Alcúdia Taxi Tour

Alcúdia Taxi Tour

Alcúdia is a peninsula situated in the NE of the island of Majorca between its two bays – that of Alcúdia and that of Pollença – covering an area of 60 km2, with more than 30 km of coastline and some of the longest beaches in Mallorca

Alcúdia presents a highly varied landscape. As well as numerous coves and beaches with transparent waters, it also offers a broad range of opportunities for all visitors: from those seeking peace and relaxation or doing some kind of sport, to enjoying nature, being immersed in history and culture, right up to those interested in gastronomy, folklore, handicrafts, etc.

The municipality of Alcúdia includes different population centres: the historical centre, the port, Alcúdia beach, and other residential zones (Alcanada, La Marina, Barcarès, Moré Vermell, Manresa, Mal Pas, Bon Aire, etc.). Each one of them has its own special charm making it unique.  http://www.alcudiamallorca.com/en/que-ver/zonas-de-alcudia/

Alcudia Majorca Golf

Club de Golf Alcanada’s is an 18-hole course opened in 2003 and offers all the services needed to practice this sport. Alcanada is located by the sea and the 6,499-metre lay-out blends naturally into the typical Mallorcan landscape.

 

Port d’Andratx Mallorca

Port d’Andratx Mallorca

Port d’Andratx, a picturesque fishing village as well as one of Mallorca’s classiest holiday destinations. Popular with the yachting fraternity and film stars whose Italian-style villas can be seen climbing up the hillsides, it also has a working fishing industry that supplies many of the port’s restaurants.

Located in a stunning coastal stretch, at the bottom of a funnel-shaped valley, lies Port d’Andratx, a harbour claimed by many as one of the prettiest in Mallorca. The main town, built in the mid 20th century, is located on the southern side of the port and retains its character thanks to the presence of fishermen. In the summer, this side of the harbour has a wonderfully bustling atmosphere thanks to the lively bars and restaurants that line the water’s edge boasting wonderful sea views amplified by the many yachts mooring in the bay. Although the port is quieter in the winter months, with many restaurants closing between November and March it is still a nice place to visit as it appears to revert back to its roots as a small fishing port.

The Club de Vela marina on the north side of the port has a distinguished cosmopolitan legacy. It is also the biggest attraction in the area for some of the most affluent individuals evident by the number of larger yachts dwelling here. Many of them also own a villa on the surrounding hillsides. Speaking of the area’s inhabitants there’s a mixture of local native Mallorca inhabitants, international expats who have retired to the area and, of course, some holiday home owners who come and go throughout the year.

The town has some nice buildings solely dedicated to apartments, whilst villas dot every conceivable space on the surrounding hillsides from Port d’Andratx to the ancient rural town of Andratx about 5km away. This area of Mallorca is also blessed with glorious countryside, which attracts many visitors keen to explore some of the island’s natural beauty.

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