Bonsai Hotel

The Bonsai Hotel is a cosy spot that puts you right next to the beach. On the food front, there’s a buffet breakfast that covers breakfast and dinner, while a cafe takes care of snacks.

The hotel pool is indoors and comes with a whirlpool bath next to it. If you’d rather take a dip outside in the sunshine, then the sea and the beach are just across the road.

In the evening, the hotel bar is a sociable hub where guests get to know each other. It has plenty of squishy sofas and armchairs, as well as a room with a satellite TV.

Overview of Ca’n Picafort

With almost 200 historical and archaeological attractions dotted around the resort, Ca’n Picafort is a place of great historical importance.

Away from the history, there’s plenty to see and do. You can also take a romantic cruise around the island or get close to the wildlife in the nature reserve.

When you choose Ca’n Picafort for your holiday to Majorca, you can enjoy a break at a pace that suits you. When you’d rather relax than explore, you’ll have spotless beaches, great bars and a traffic-free coastline to wander. At the Bonsai Hotel, it couldn’t be easier to jump in and out of the water or grab a place on the sand.

Things to do in Ca’n Picafort

With the beach right on the doorstep of the Bonsai Hotel, you’ll love spending your days on the sand. The beach is also lined by a promenade. If you follow it around the coastline, you’ll reach Ca’n Picafort’s shops, bars and restaurants in around 20 minutes.

As you explore the area, you’ll encounter sites of historic importance that reveal Majorca’s history, with many of these dating to Roman times. The most popular of these is the Son Real Necropolis, where you’ll also get beautiful coastal views.

With a stay in Ca’n Picafort, you’ll experience Majorca at its beautiful best!


Resort Summary

Ca’n Picafort was once a small village, home to local sailors and fishermen and the resort has retained a beautiful working harbour. Today, the harbour is the first step for many to a pleasure cruise around the island, which depart regularly throughout the day and can be booked from companies on the seafront.

Boat trips are perfect for the couple looking for a romantic sightseeing adventure, the curious individual looking to learn about Majorca and its wildlife and, of course, the adventurous family out to explore the rest of the area.

Restaurants and bars line the beach all the way from the fishing harbour to the modern town of Son Baulo. The promenade is very clean, with excellent facilities and more than enough sun loungers for everyone.

With a traffic-free coast, it’s easy to jump in and out of the water, refill your drinks, or grab a bite to eat and get back to your place on the sand. The best point on this stretch of paradise is the beach in the Baulo district, which has a small protected nature reserve. A touch of magic is added by the fact that the reserve has a host of pheasants, rabbits, weasels and hedgehogs – great for families with kids, who’ll enjoy seeing some wildlife on their holiday.

The S’Albufera Park is a great attraction too for any nature lovers keen to learn more about Majorca’s winged population. The seclusion and peace of the reserve attracts people who want to relax and wait for all Majorca’s feathered friends.