TUI SUNEO Haiti is a popular pick among holidaymakers. The décor is modern, with simple and sophisticated bedrooms decorated in splashes of orange. The buffet restaurant is renowned for its extensive spread, ranging from British favourites to Mediterranean classics. But it’s the pool that steals the show here – a large lagoon-like number with a shallow section for children, which is surrounded by loungers and also has a poolside bar. In the grounds, you’ll find a playground and a garden to relax in. After dark, head to the lounge bar, where you’ll be entertained with cabaret and tribute acts. If you feel like a stroll, take the 10-minute walk to the town centre, where you’ll also find a sandy beach.

Overview of Majorca

Couples, families and friends will all love holidays to Majorca. This beautiful island is renowned for its golden sandy beaches, calm azure waters and fantastic weather. Although there are plenty of buzzing resorts, such as Magaluf, it’s just as easy to find unspoilt villages and quiet coves. The island is great for nature lovers, with plenty of hiking trails along its dramatic coastline, as well as craggy limestone mountains and verdant forests. To experience Majorca’s natural beauty, stay in the former fishing village of Ca’n Picafort, which is also surrounded by some fascinating archaeological sites. TUI SUNEO Haiti is a great base while you’re here.

Things to do in Majorca

If you can tear yourself away from TUI SUNEO Haiti’s poolside, head down to the beach to swim and sunbathe. Afterwards, stroll down to the harbour for lunch at one of the fantastic seafood restaurants. Enjoy fresh lobster or monk fish with locally-made Cava and ocean views. From the harbour, you can also book boat trips along Majorca’s spectacular coastline. For something really unique, take a trip to the nearby Son Real Necropolis – an atmospheric maze of ancient underground tombs, right on the water’s edge. There’s a beach nearby if you want to cool off afterwards. You’ll be well and truly captivated by sun-kissed Majorca. Everyone finds a way to enjoy themselves here, whether it’s through exploring nature or enjoying the beach with a cocktail at a seafront bar.

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.