Catalonia Majórica ****
From 60 €
Garita, 3 . 07015 Palma de Mallorca (Mallorca)
+34 971 40 02 61
- Airport –12 Km
€24/ approx./ taxi
- Taxi –3 km (City centre)
€5/ approx./ taxi
- Airport –12 Km
The hotel is situated near the largest water parks in Europe. They have been specially designed for children, but adults can also enjoy a day’s fun in the water.
This is an urban beach with a large area of fine white sand, more or less flat, blue, transparent water and banks of alga posidonia. From here, it is possible to see dolphins, divers and windsurfers.
On the largest beach of the Bay of Son Servera and the only sandbank in the town with few residential buildings, this large, narrow beach is made of fine grey sand.
This Gothic castle was built at the beginning of the 14th century and is situated on the island of Majorca, 3 km to the southwest of the city of Palma de Mallorca. As you will see, it is located on top of a hill that is approximately 112 m above sea level.
The Coves d’Artà are surrounded by mountains that rise above the sea. Inside, tall stalagmites rise up from the floor in human shapes. They are marvellous natural creations of between 40 and 50,000,000 years old.
The famous caves of El Drac reach a distance of approximately 1700 m. Their stalactites and stalagmites are impressive and the route runs by Lake Martel (one of the largest underground lakes in Europe).
The caves of Hams are famous for their interesting tree-like formations and beautiful underground lake. In addition, electrical lighting fills the caves with magic, light and colour. Visits are offered with interpreter guides.
This peaceful, pleasant coastline is made of fine-grain sand with easy access to the sea and the occasional ageing tamarind. Punta Roja acts as a breakwater on its eastern side, whereas the back is covered by hotels and residential buildings.
This is the main religious building on the island and is the see of the Diocese of Majorca. Locally known as “La Seu”, it stands out for one peculiarity in particular: it is the only gothic cathedral to watch over the sea from behind Moorish city walls. The walls protected the city in the past.
This is the second-largest town on the island. There are many places of interest to be visited, especially those related to leather craftwork, pearls and the furniture industry. These activities have been the town's economic driving force for many years. We also recommend visiting the Bodegas de Manacor winery (Plà de Llevant).
La Almudaina is the Royal Alcazar of the city of Palma de Mallorca. It is currently used by His Majesty the King as his official residence for state ceremonies and receptions in summer. It is a very interesting visit because it has a lot to do with the history of the island.
Platja de Palma is the largest coastline on the capital of the Balearic Archipelago. Its coast is made of fine sand and is generally flat, which makes it easy for the smaller members of the family to enjoy a swim in the sea. The beach includes the areas of Cala Estància, Can Pastilla and S’Arenal.
This former port conserves a breakwater and forms part of the Costa dels Pins. It is a beautiful, quiet beach made up of a sandbank with pebbles and thick brown sand. Its banks are surrounded by pine trees, juniper trees and tamarinds.
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- ·Bottle of water
- ·Early check-in & Late check-out
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- ·Catalonia Pass
- ·Pet admission policy
- ·Discount Canary Residents
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