Grupotel Gran Vista Spa

The Grupotel Gran Vista Spa is located in the heart of Ca’n Picafort on Majorca’s eastern coastline. You’ll be just 150m from Ca’n Picafort Beach, full of vendors selling refreshments as well as launch points for day trips and water sports across the bay. Adorned with two lagoon pools and an atmospheric rooftop bar, you’ll have the opportunity to indulge in the sunshine with a beer or two while the kids take a splash in the pool. Spend your evenings in the many restaurants and bistros close by, and soak up coastal views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Overview of Ca’n Picafort

Situated in the bay of Alcudia on the Spanish island of Majorca, the Grupotel Gran Vista Spa provides you with all the amenities you’ll need while holidaying in Majorca. The sunny Mediterranean climate coupled with the family-friendly atmosphere makes the island a favourite with European tourists. If you’re a lover of relaxing days spent by the pool or beach, water sports in the Mediterranean Sea and atmospheric nights in international restaurants, Ca’n Picafort is where your holidays to Majorca should take shape.

Things to do in Ca’n Picafort

Take boat trips for dolphin spotting or hop on a banana-boat from the beach. If you’re looking for something closer to land, Albufeira Nature Park is only 6km from the Grupotel Gran Vista Spa. Although the hotel is full of tasty restaurants and amazing evening entertainment, venture into Alcudia old town and soak up some of the culture of this popular tourist island. Whatever you decide to do, you’ll always be guaranteed sunshine on Ca’n Picafort Beach or while bathing by the lagoon pools at your hotel.

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.