Grupotel Playa Camp De Mar

Grupotel Playa Camp De Mar is a four-star resort perched on the horseshoe bay at Camp De Mar. It offers spacious bedrooms with tiled floors and dark-wood furniture. Many of the bedrooms boast sea views, too. If you like kicking back and chilling out, you’ll enjoy spending most of your time outside, relaxing by the impressive pool area. Here, you’ll find a large outdoor pool, a whirlpool, an outdoor bar and a solarium with loungers and parasols. There’s direct access to the beach if you fancy a dip in the ocean, and a tennis court and fitness area if you want to stay active. There’s a wide variety of food on offer at the buffet restaurant, which offers low-calorie options for breakfast and show-cooking stations in the evenings.

Overview of Majorca

The beautiful Balearic island of Majorca will take your breath away. Imagine sparkling, turquoise seas, golden sands and picturesque pebbled coves. But holidays to Majorca offer much more more than just relaxing on the beach. You can also explore atmospheric ancient ruins, hike the mountainous landscape or check out some of the water sports. If you like to dance and socialise, there are resort towns in Magaluf where you can party until the early hours. There’s plenty of accommodation on offer, ranging from lavish resorts to more budget-friendly options. Grupotel Playa Camp De Mar is a luxury hotel with pocket-friendly prices.

Things to do in Majorca

The tranquil, translucent waters of Camp De Mar are packed with colourful marine life. Head out on a snorkelling trip to spot everything from fish to sea urchins and starfish. You can also hop on a catamaran to the uninhabited islet of Sa Dragonera, just a 20-minute boat ride away. It’s a great spot for swimming and snorkelling. It also has Roman ruins as well, if you fancy exploring. If you want to venture further afield, Majorca is home to the Drach Caves. There are tours available, which see you walking through the four underground caves and learning more about them. If you’d rather stay above ground, the ornate structure of the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma is well worth visiting. You won’t be able to get enough of Majorca. Holidaymakers are entranced by its stunning beaches, fantastic scenery and laid-back atmosphere in this beautiful part of the world. There’s something for everyone here, from playing tennis or lounging by the pool at Grupotel Playa Camp De Mar to strolling around the stunning mountainous landscape nearby.

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.