One of the popular holiday destinations for British families, the Balearic island of Mallorca offers everything a family could want from a vacation, with traditional island nationalities vying with attractions and waterparks, sightseeing, beaches, sunlight and fun, and limitless al fresco dining.
We all have highlighted a couple of our favourite family-friendly hotels in Mallorca below:
Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Tennis Resort
A luxurious Five Star hotel with the style of prestigious country mansion, the impressive Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Golf Lodge well known as one of Spain’s finest golf destinations, with an amazing 63 holes available to golfers within the resort. With just 93 rooms, the hotel exudes charm and an air of uniqueness whilst also welcoming people with its children’s pool, kids’ club and sand playground.
Blau Porto Petro Beach Resort & Day spa
Enjoying an attractive seaside location, the luxurious Blau Porto Petro Beach Hotel & Spa enjoys a meandering setting along a snaking stretch of the Mallorcan coastline that includes two peaceful coves. Family members can enjoy a variety of facilities that include bike retain the services of, watersports, several pools jointly with a separate one pool for the children, a youngsters’ club in addition to a special kid’s lunch buffet.
Family Taking in the sights on Palma de palma de mallorca
The island of Palma de mallorca is a holiday great place, with an incredible number of visitors running each year to relish the sun, sand and ing fresco culture. Families planning to explore will however not be disappointed, with a multitude of attractions and destinations offered to enjoy:
Perhaps hire an automobile and appreciate the picturesque journey into the beautiful Serra de Tramuntana Foothills.
Families thinking about history could marvel at Palma’s stunning gothic cathedral, explore the Old Town and marketplaces of attractive Alcudia or even the Roman damages of Pollentia.
A perennial favourite, the ‘Tren de Soller’ is an unusual old narrow gauge train managing a scenic route from Palma in the sth, throughout the Sierra de Alfabia Mountains and on to S? ller on the northwest coast, with the famous ‘Orange Express’ bus connecting onwards to attractive Port de S? ller.