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Majorca – a 360° destination

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Sa Foradada, Majorca
Do you know why we love Majorca so much? Because spring has arrived and, with it, the countryside has started to bloom, we can take our first dip in the sea, there are fairs and stalls selling handcrafted products, we have more contact with nature, we can enjoy mojitos… However, the biggest reason is that we will soon be able to welcome you back to our all-inclusive hotel in Majorca. Now that you have to decided to visit Majorca, otherwise known as the “Island of the Calm”, we are going to show you some of the best place in Majorca to enjoy an unforgettable getaway with your family, partner or friends.

Sa Foradada. This is an excellent place for embarking on excursions as it offers a lookout from which you can admire gorgeous views, with spring being the best time of year for this. Located on the gorgeous coast, this peaceful zone boasts beautiful sunsets overlooking the sea in a chic setting with a beach bar that offers refreshments, alcoholic drinks and snacks with lounge music playing in the background.

A relaxing mud bath on the beach of Llucalcari. This is considered an oasis of relaxation where, in addition to enjoying the warmth of the Mediterranean sun, you can enjoy a mud bath whilst admiring your beautiful natural surroundings. This natural element is made up of lots of exfoliating and nutritional properties. Leave your skin to hydrate whilst you enjoy a gentle massage.

Playa de Llucalcari

Caló des Moro. When it comes to beaches, the beautiful Caló des Moro, one of Majorca’s greatest treasures is definitely worth a mention. You have probably already heard of Es Trenc, Cala Antena and Sa Calobra but Caló des Moro is even more special as it is one of Majorca’s most valued treasures, one that you cannot miss on your next trip to the Island of the Calm.

Playa de Caló des Moro

The villages surrounding the Tramuntana Mountain Range like Valldemossa are some of Majorca’s best must-sees. Located at the foot of the mountain range, this village, made up of stone streets and houses, is great for taking a pleasant stroll, finishing at the Can Molinas bakery which stands out for its cocas de patata, a typical Majorcan dessert.

Valldemossa

Discover Palma. In particular, its old town, which opens up to stone streets and charming buildings that lead to the impressive Palma Cathedral, where you can enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the city from the terrace. The town hall, Royal Gardens, Las Ramblas and the Plaza Mayor are sights you cannot afford to miss during your time in the capital.

Palma Old Town

Majorca in spring is breath-taking… Enjoy all-inclusive holidays to Majorca and have an unforgettable experience enjoying our happiness discounts. We are sure you’ll want to come back again!

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