Resorts in Mallorca

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El Arenal

El Arenal lies on the east coast of the Bay of Palma and is a lively, highly developed holiday resort. Popular with German travellers (many of whom have stayed) and the 18 to 30 ag…

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S illot

The Spanish holiday destination of S'Illot is on the east coat of Mallorca and combines the larger resort town of Sa Coma and the smaller village of Cala Moreya, which isn't far fr…

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Anyone in the 18 to 30 age bracket whose holiday mission is fun, sun and soaking up sangria (or any other alcoholic beverages) will have the time of their lives in Mallorca's rauco…

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The holiday resort of Port d'Alcudia is situated in the north of Mallorca at the top of a long curving bay with a seemingly endless white sandy beach. It's two miles (3km) south of…

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Cala d Or

Like most holiday resorts in Mallorca, Cala d'Or (Golden Cove) evolved from a local fishing village after its charms and idyllic setting were 'discovered', in this instance by a gr…

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Puerto Pollensa

The sedate holiday resort of Puerto Pollensa stretches along a beautiful, sheltered, horseshoe-shaped bay lined with sandy beaches, set against the backdrop of the Boquer mountain …

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Sa Coma

The purpose-built holiday resort of Sa Coma lies in the heart of Mallorca's popular east coast, and is sandwiched between lively Cala Millor and the restaurant-strewn seafront of S…

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Cala Millor

Cala Millor is the liveliest and largest holiday resort on Mallorca's rugged northeast coast. The name means 'better bay', which is indicative of its main attraction: a mile-long s…

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Palma Nova

Together with its neighbour, Magaluf, the island resort of Palma Nova, on the southwest coast of Mallorca, makes up the most popular holiday area on the island. Most visitors to Pa…

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Can Picafort

C'an Picafort is a relatively large holiday resort situated on the northeast coast of Mallorca on the lovely Bay of Alcudia, about an hour away from Palma. Like El Arenal, C'an Pic…

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Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa (or Santa Ponca) today bears little resemblance to the fishing village it once was. Just under half an hour away from Palma and about three miles (5km) south of Magaluf…

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Cala San Vincente

Cala San Vincente (also known as Cala Sant Vicenç) is a lovely, small holiday resort set in what is still essentially a fishing village. Situated on the northeastern coast, about …

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Calas de Mallorca

The relaxed and quiet purpose-built holiday resort of Calas de Mallorca is in the centre of the east coast of the island, close to the towns of Manacor and Felanitx. The resort is …

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Paguera has been a favoured Mallorcan tourist resort since the 1960s and is immensely popular with European visitors, particularly from Germany. Although not as frenetic as nearby …

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