Exagon Park

Just a short jaunt from C’an Picaforts’ sandy and welcoming beach, the Exagon Park has a lot to offer. Sporty types are particularly well catered for, with numerous activities available including badminton, volleyball, yoga and aerobics. There’s an expansive swimming pool lined with terraces and loungers, with a bar close to hand for drinks and snacks. Families will be pleased to note there’s a playground and hotel-run kids’ club for children aged four to 12. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the buffet restaurant, which hosts delicious themed dinners twice a week. A great choice for families, you can do as much or as little as you want at the action-packed Exagon Park.

Overview of Majorca

The Balearic Island’s are always a popular choice when it comes to booking a break, with holidays to Majorca serving up a winning mix of great beaches, day-trip options and water parks. With some of the best beaches in Europe, lively nightlife and modern resorts, this island is the place to be for fun in the sun. Resorts are varied, with the east coast packed with pretty coves and low-key charm. The south, by contrast, is famous for its wide swathes of golden sands. Wherever you stay on the island, a host of watersports, exploration and delicious Spanish food awaits.

Things to do in Ca’n Picafort

If you can bear to tear yourself away from the Exagon Park pool, the sandy Blue Flag beach of Ca’n Picafort is the star of the show, with its gently sloping sands perfect for little toes. If you fancy doing something different, why not hire a pedal boat or try your hand at windsurfing or paddle boarding? The resort is small enough to feel like a home from home and it’s easy to stay there for your entire holiday. But venture a little further to find a parade of shops selling holiday essentials, souvenirs and crafts. You’ll also find a good choice of restaurants with plenty of seafood options. As it’s right next to the harbour, you can expect to enjoy lots of fresh food that’s been cooked to perfection. For a complete change of scene, lively Alcudia is just 20-minute drive north. Holidays to Majorca offer a classic holiday experience, ideal for those in search of rest, rejuvenation and a sprinkling of nightlife if you want it.


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.