Alua Camp de Mar

Enjoying a beachfront location and uninterrupted views of the sea, the Alua Camp de Mar really makes the most of its premier location. It’s also fantastically close to the centre of the resort, as well as offering a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants. Guests love the fresh bedrooms, complete with balconies, fabulous pool, luxury spa, and buffet restaurant that serves up a range of international cuisines daily. If you’re looking for some peace and quiet, take advantage of the Gran Camp de Mar’s adults-only deck – but even excitable children won’t overshadow the glorious views from the sun terrace and pool.

Overview of Camp de Mar

Holidays to Majorca are always popular, with lots of people returning regularly to sample more of this Balearic Island’s gorgeous weather, pretty beaches and delectable Spanish food. As there are numerous regions to explore, one visit is never enough. Camp de Mar can be found on the south-west corner of Majorca, and it’s a little-known haven that draws discerning travellers but not hoards of tourists. A luxurious and quiet corner of an otherwise busy island, it combines gorgeous natural scenery and tranquillity with easy access to the excitement of the wider island, making it the perfect holiday hot-spot for everybody.

Things to do in Camp de Mar

With Blue Flag certification, the beach at Camp de Mar is a great place to spend a day or two. Clear, calm waters mean that kids can paddle safely, and there are pedalos to hire as well, if you’re feeling a little more active. Sports fans love the up-market facilities in Camp de Mar. Multiple golf courses and tennis courts are available for use, and you’ve never really enjoyed a game or two until you’ve played under the Majorcan sun! Be aware that the championship golf courses may have dress codes, and pack accordingly. While Camp de Mar has resisted the temptation to transform into a tourist trap, it has continued to move with the times, meaning that there are plenty of modern bars and restaurants, not to mention shops, to spend time in. On the subject of food, you’ll never eat badly here, as the restaurants exclusively use fresh, local produce and seafood.


Resort Summary

South-facing and sun-kissed, Camp de Mar is the best of both worlds. Its idyllic scenery and long beaches, lined with boats waiting to whisk you away around the island, make it the go-to location for both relaxation and adventure. These beaches make for some of the best family holidays in Majorca – with plenty of space for children to run around and parents to relax.

Generally, the area has remained undeveloped by commercial holiday companies, meaning it’s all yours to enjoy. The shores are quiet, with huge swimming areas and luxury day cruise companies offering day trips sunbathing out at sea.

The beach at Camp de Mar is a Blue Flag award-winner, meaning that even in high season it is calm and clean. This is a real plus for families with young ones who like to splash around in the shallows. You can spend the day reading and relaxing on land or take a fun trip out on pedalos – you decide.