Best Beaches in Majorca

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Playa d’Alcudia

Sitting to the north of one of Majorca’s most popular resorts, Alcudia Beach is a firm favourite amongst visitors of all ages. With a range of activities to try your hand at and a 3km stretch of fine sand, this is arguably one of the finest beaches that Majorca has to offer. Whether you’re a fully-fledged water baby, daredevil adrenaline junkie, or a beach bunny in need of some Vitamin Sea, Alcudia Beach is a great spot to make camp during your holiday.

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Attracting thousands of sun-starved visitors each year, Alcudia Beach is prepared for any occasion so that you don’t have to leave the sands for long. If you’re getting peckish why not try a spot of traditional Spanish tapas at Ramon’s Bar, Mediterranean favourites at Moma, or a taste of the Americas with Dakota Tex Mex. Escape the heat of the day with something a little bit sweeter at the Helados Garrido, where you can experience a range of delicious refreshing gelatos, cakes and coffees. Or, take a break from the beach all together with a trip to some of Alcudia’s best attractions like the splish-splashing fun of the Hidropark or the historic Pollentia Roman ruins.

Watersports

Banana Boats, Scuba Diving, Windsurfing, Dinghy, Sailing, Water Skiing, Jet-Ski, Parasailing

Playa de Formentor

Stretching for over 1km along its beautiful coastline, this tranquil beach is located in the picturesque resort of Puerto Pollensa. Backed by pine tree decorated cliffs, the stunning surroundings here easily attract the island’s rich and famous, so you never know who you’ll be brushing shoulders with in Majorca’s north. Offering a host of activities and shimmering in the sun, the clear turquoise waters that define Formentor are hard to resist.

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With its quiet location and picture-perfect scenery, Formentor is the perfect place to enjoy a family day out during your stay. Pack yourselves a cosy little picnic or grab a bite to eat at local restaurants like the Restaurante Platja Mar or L'Espigó Beach Bar. Keep holidaymakers of all ages happy with a choice of light water sports or simply kick back and enjoy the rays.

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Sailing, Surfing, Windsurfing, Paddleboating, Canoeing, Flyboarding, Diving

Magaluf Beach

With pristine golden sands and crystal clear waters, this popular beach is the breath-taking centrepiece for the lively resort of Magaluf. Whether you fancy yourself a bit of a thrill seeker or just want to top up your tan, there are plenty of opportunities to have a great time all along the coastline. Magaluf Beach is the perfect spot to spend the day after the night before, so help yourself to another cocktail, kick back, and just relax.

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No matter where you decide to hang out for the day, you’re never far from a bit of fun in Magaluf. Enjoy a choice of international favourites at the Palm Beach Restaurant, grab a bite to eat and a cocktail poolside at the Folies Beach Club Calvia, or catch a show over a sumptuous selection at the Pirates Adventure dinner show. Just back from the beach you’ll find a seemingly endless choice of things to see and do, such as the thrilling Katmandu Park or lively Sol Wave House.

Watersports

Parasailing, Banana Boats, Waterskiing, Jet-ski, Sailing, Windsurfing, Ringos, Fly-Bus, Kite Surfing

Playa de Palma

Sitting between the resorts of Can Pastilla and El Arenal, you’ll find the stunning Playa de Palma beach. Bursting with things to see and do, these golden sands have something for visitors from all walks of life to enjoy. Top up your tan, grab a drink at the beach hut, or discover a new watersport along this little slice of beach heaven.

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Located just a short hop from Palma airport, this beach is the perfect place to enjoy a laid-back beach break without the long transfer. Try one of the many delicious restaurants that dot the beachfront, such as the El Patio steakhouse, Piccolo Sogno Italian, or authentic Spanish grub at Fins Tapas & Cocktails. If you fancy a day out, the centre of Palma is less than twenty minutes away by car, offering a host of historic sights to see during your stay.

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Parasailing, Windsurfing, Diving, Flyboarding, Jetskiing, Paddleboarding, Sailing, Boating

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