Fancy a quick game
Camp de Mar’s surroundings boast six championship golf courses. This makes it the place to work on your swing before challenging your buddies to a round – either the ones you’re travelling with or when you get back home.
The exclusive 5* Royal Dorint Hotel is just one of the surrounding establishments available to host groups of golfers keen to get out on the green. Alternatively, there are a number of tennis courts, with the largest being the Tennis Centre in nearby Paguera.
Camp de Mar is a place for the active visitor, as well as those just looking to relax. Whether you’re on a romantic break with your partner and just want to get a quick game in, or on a golfing tour with your pals, there are courses just a nine iron away from your hotel room – depending on how good your swing is, that is.
Modern and remarkable
Despite avoiding too much tourist development, Camp de Mar has kept with the times. The local restaurants, bars and shops are all well stocked and maintained with everything you need to make sure your holiday goes off without a hitch.
You’re unlikely to get a bad meal in Camp de Mar, not least because many of the restaurants regularly cater for the stars. The gastronomy in Camp de Mar is top notch partly because all ingredients are sourced from the island, or the ocean surrounding it. That’s right – fresh seafood, vegetables, fruit and locally-reared meats make up almost all of the memorable dishes these restaurants serve up to their guests.
Move at your own pace
If you’re looking to get out of Camp de Mar and see the rest of Majorca you’ll find that it’s easy, whichever way you choose to do it. You may wish to drive with your own hire car, in which case the roads are well signposted and lead to all major towns on the island easily. Or take the well-maintained public transport to dart around the island and see a lot in a day.
Nearby attractions are broadly varied, and include scenic hikes across the south coast, tours of archaeological and historical heritage sites in Palma, local markets in Paguera, the traditional port of Andratx, and island hopping. Plus, you’ll be back in time for dinner and drinks at your beautiful hotel or villa. Cheap holidays to Majorca do not have to stay in one place – it is easy to move about the island without going over budget.
Top of the list of places to visit has to be Paguera, which has some of the most beautiful outlooks on the island from its three beaches. Palma, the island’s capital, also has regular bus connections from Camp de Mar for shopping and taking in its cultural sights.