Rocamarina Hotel

With a beach close by and a host of facilities, Hotel Rocamarina offers a comfortable base from which to enjoy lashings of Balearic bliss. This attractive property comes equipped with two pools, one on site and one at the hotel-owned complex across the road. Meals are served at the main buffet restaurant where you can expect a mix of international favourites and more traditional Spanish dishes. Sun worshippers can pull up a lounger next to the pools or head upstairs to the rooftop sun deck with its soft recliners and impressive views. In the evenings, you can sit back with a drink and enjoy entertainment, including quizzes, live singers and the occasional tribute act.

Overview of Majorca

Majorca, perhaps the most famous of the Balearic Islands, continues to top the charts when it comes to affordable beach breaks. Whether you’re looking for all-night party action or high-end resorts, this pretty destination hits the spot with a winning mix of beaches, clubs and sightseeing. The sun-drenched south-east coast, where Hotel Rocamarina is located, has a lot to offer with sleepy towns, modern resorts and water sports vying for your attention. With some of the best beaches out of all of the Balearic Islands, holidays to Majorca will give you the freedom to do as much or as little as you please.

Things to do in Majorca

With the sandy cove at Calo d’es Pou just a few minutes’ walk away, you don’t have to stray too far from Hotel Rocamarina to feel sand underfoot. The hotel is situated in Cala Egos, a quiet area offering a good selection of shops and restaurants. There’s also an attractive marina nearby. If you want to venture into the main resort centre of Cala D’or, it’s just two kilometres away and easily reached by bus, train or car. Nature lovers shouldn’t miss a day at Mondrago Natural Park. It’s a tranquil spot with pine forests, sand dunes and rocky coves, just a 15-minute walk from Cala D’or. Majorca offers everything you could want from a blissful getaway including sun, sea, sand and delicious food, and Hotel Rocamarina has fantastic facilities that will make your holiday even more special and memorable. Explore the forests and rocky coves of the nearby Natural Park before retiring for some rest and relaxation in the comfort of Hotel Rocamarina.

Resort Summary

Cala Dor’s seven sandy beaches are a huge draw to those visiting the area. The town’s name literally translates as ‘Golden Cove’ and it’s safe to say it lives up to its namesake.

Cala Gran is the most popular beach in the area due to its beautifully sheltered position. With long stretches of white sand encircled by lush palm trees you’ll be transported to your own tranquil oasis here. For a less developed beach with fewer visitors head to Cala Esmeralda where there is plenty of room for your whole party to spread out on the sand.

With seven beaches there is something to suit everyone, including a naturist spot for those who are so inclined. If you’re hiring a car this holiday or are up for taking public transportation, one hidden gem is the Parc Natural De Mondrago.

This national park is home to an exquisite beach, clear, blue lagoons and idyllic footpaths amidst luscious greenery. You might even catch a glimpse of some native tortoises.

All of these beaches offer sun loungers and parasols that can be hired daily at a small fee. Several coves have restaurants lining the promenades where you can grab a spot of lunch if you’re getting peckish.