Excursion ideas / Places to Visit
Puerto Portals is the most prestigious nautical and leisure complex of the Mediterranean
Located in the very heart of the Bay of Palma, Puerto Portals is just 10 km far from Palma’s centre and just 16 km far from the airport, Puerto Portals has more than 670 moorings from 8 to 60 meters in length and an exclusive shopping area with a varied complementary offer of great quality: Restaurants, cafes, boutiques, nautical companies, jewellers and real estates, among others. A few footsteps from the town centre of Portal Nous. Super yachts dock here and Ferraris park at the kerbs.
There are a bunch of exclusive shops opposite the marina in Puerto Portals. You can buy everything here from a private yacht to a designer watch. The rails of the clothing boutiques are all stocked with high-budget pieces, from famous and up-and-coming brands.
There’s plenty of restaurants and bars here, too, for when you need to recharge your batteries, most with child friendly menus.
A day trip to Palma, visit the Cathedral La Seu, Palace of Almundaina, La Lonja, Arab Baths and the famous Churches all in one day. You can visit all of the Historic sights of Palma in one day as they are located together in the heart of the City.
You could start at La Seu – Cathedral, followed by the Palace of Almundaina. La Lonja could be your next stop followed by a stroll through the ancient streets to the Arab Baths and finishing by visiting the Churches of Santa Eulalia and Sant Francesc.
Portals Beach is located near Portals Nous in the municipality of Calvia on the south west coast of Majorca. Although in close proximity to Magaluf, Portals Nous is very much its own destination and is held in high regard by families and older visitors.
The popular Roxy’s beach bar is a bit of an institution for many locals and regular visitors to Mallorca. It sits on a rocky headline at the end of the beach, or you can access it down some steps from Portals Nous town.
The seaside resort itself has a much to offer, great natural beauty, gently sloping safe sandy beaches, perfect for tourists with young children and a super town centre. The Port and Marina are stunningly beautiful against the backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains.
Cycling and watersports of all kinds are popular in the area, in fact you will find a Wind Surf school directly on the beach as you approach the town from the Alcudia direction.
Alcudia is the largest area of tourism in Mallorca, particularly popular with families, couples and younger tourists especially in peak summer months. Alcudia is renowned for its vast beautiful white sandy beaches which are particularly popular with tourists with families. These beaches are truly amazing, approx 10kms in total length.
You will find plenty of sunbeds and parasols for hire. You will also find coastguards on duty at various points on the beaches.
The town of Sóller is one of the most beautiful in Mallorca. It is paradise for hikers and cyclists, gourmet lovers and a desirable option to live. The authentic town of Sóller sits in the heart of the ‘valley of oranges’ or ‘valley of gold’ as it is sometimes known, and offers much to visitors and residents. A list of the daily markets taking place all over the island of Mallorca selling lots of interesting local produce and great souvenirs to take home.
Discover the Serra de Tramuntana – A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Serra de Tramuntana is the backbone of Mallorca. Find out what this spectacular mountain range has to offer.
Palmanova is a quieter resort with plenty of shops and bars but the Jewel in its crown is the beaches. The Beaches – 3 fantastic stretches of sand. There are three beautiful bays, Playa Son Matias, Playa de Palmanova and Playa Es Carregador, all magnificent and very well cared for by Calvia Ajuntament (council).
All three beaches have been awarded the ‘BLUE FLAG’ which denotes that the quality of both the beach and the water is regularly checked and kept to a very high standard.
(Playa de Magaluf) is the leading beach of Magaluf with its soft white sand and crystal clear waters. In the heart of Magaluf, Playa de Magaluf is the longest beach in the resort at some 900m in length and the most popular.
By day recover on the long stretching sandy beaches, the ideal place for a spot of light swimming and topping up that all important tan. The Soft sandy beach is both a great choice for sun worshippers to relax or alternatively a great place for an adrenalin rush with the option for All kinds of water sports including water ski, jet ski, banana-riding, pedal boats and paragliding. There is even a water ski training school. A perfect location for you and your friends to hang out.
This beautiful location nestles on the northwest coast of the island of Majorca and an ideal destination for a boat trip. It is renowned for its natural beauty and as a hotspot for both cycling enthusiasts and artists alike.
In La Calobra you can visit the Torrente de Pareis gorge and relax enjoying beautiful views, the setting is just amazing. Sa Calobra is a round-stone small bay located in the middle of two mountains and is a stunning spot for a relaxing swim. Some great restaurants are at your disposal to simply watch the world go by.
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