There are a staggering 262 beaches to enjoy in Majorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands. And it’s Majorca’s gorgeous coastline, azure blue seas, hilltop towns and culturally magnificent cities that make it a fantastic family destination.
Explore the pine-fringed coves of Cala d’or and find a secluded spot to paddle in the cool shallow waters of Cala Serena, then take the kids to wander to the marina and go yacht spotting. Get lost in the Old Town of Palma and grab a creamy sweet ensaimada from a traditional bakery and then head to the waterfront to marvel at the majestic cathedral.
From secluded beaches to golden-stoned villages, bike rides, watersports, hiking, and plenty of child-friendly attractions, Majorca for families is a must. The only trouble is, trying to decide where to head first and whether to tear yourselves away from the poolside fun.