BQ Ca'n Picafort

BQ Ca’n Picafort sits just 250m from Ca’n Picafort’s sandy beach. Set among aromatic pine forests, the hotel is home to spacious pools, fabulous entertainment and is within easy access of the beach. Located on Majorca’s picturesque north coast, BQ Ca’n Picafort is great for anyone seeking a tranquil retreat away from the hustle and bustle. Inside the hotel, expect chic, open spaces complemented by luxury white sofas, long windows that stretch from floor to ceiling and stylish lighting. It’ll be easy to spend your days chilling out on the sun terraces and taking a refreshing dip in one of the two pools.

Overview of Majorca

Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and a great choice for couples, families and friends alike. Are you a beach lover? Holidays to Majorca are all about knockout beaches, with a few stretching around beautiful bays for several kilometres. Others are nestled into little sheltered coves that are known locally as calas, all surrounded by turquoise waters. If you’re a culture vulture, you’ll feel right at home. Majorca serves up numerous museums, galleries and towns for you to discover. Up for some nightlife? Head to the island’s west coast. The towns of Palma, Palma Nova and Magaluf are lined with neon-lit bars and bass-pumping clubs. Away from the shoreline are pine forests, hidden hamlets and craggy mountain tops.

Things to do in Majorca

Majorca’s theme parks are great for adults and children alike. Enjoy everything from crazy golf and treetop adventures to paintballing and go-karting. And why not have a go at rock climbing and mountain biking, too? Being an island of beaches, you should also check out Playa de Palma, Port de Pollenca, Port d’Alcudia, Magaluf and Cala Millor. Bursting with history, there are loads of ancient sites around the island. Be sure to visit one of its many castles and historical monuments like Bellver and Capdepera. There are numerous natural parks in Majorca. The main one is the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, which runs up the west coast. There’s a whole lot more to Majorca than its beautiful beaches. The island is rich in culture and entertainment so you won’t be short of things to see and do. From its vibrant nightlife to its striking coast, this island is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful in the Med.

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.