Costa De Los Pinos Holidays 2024/2025

Costa de Los Pinos sits at the end of the Cala Millor bay, with plenty of sun, sand and sea for its visitors to enjoy. Its relaxed atmosphere makes it the ideal family getaway spot. With sprawling natural parks and its own quiet strip of coastal paradise, Costa de Los Pinos is understated, calm and idyllic. Costa de Los Pinos makes a great last minute holiday to Majorca, as the perfect getaway from busy life at home.

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Tranquility, pure and simple

Costa de Los Pinos is one of those special, untouched treasures that you find once in a while. It’s no exaggeration to say that this seaside beauty is almost exclusively made up of rolling sand dunes, tree-filled wilderness and a handful of restaurants.

It’s truly an escape at Costa de Los Pinos. A family friendly escape, at that – with more than enough room for young’uns to splash around without interrupting anyone’s tanning session. Finish a pile of books – it’s so peaceful you’ll be ploughing through pages like you never thought possible.

If you’re not such a big reader and are looking to experience more of the area’s activities and adventures, well have no fear. There are plenty of opportunities to take a dip on this beach too. A diving platform in the distance beckons to swimmers to come and throw themselves repeatedly into the deep blue.

Take a short walk up the bay and you’ll find one of the many water sports companies in Costa de Los Pinos, organising boat trips, diving and an array of other sea-based activities for anyone looking to make more of a splash.

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  • A place to call home

    Whether you’re looking for a sea-view room in one of the highly rated hotels, or a scenic apartment complex where you can kick back and relax, you’ll find all that and more in Costa de Los Pinos. Package holidays to Majorca always offer the best choices and the most luxury accommodation.

    Most of the complexes, hotels, apartments and villas are a short walk away from the beach, so you can be dipping your toes in no time. The accommodation opportunities are varied and will make sure that your every desire is catered for. You’ll probably have your own pool at your hotel or complex to sweeten the deal even more.

    Just around the corner

    One of the particular favourites of those who visit Costa de Los Pinos is the hilltop town of Arta. A mere 13 kilometres from the bay, this towering fortress dates back to the 14th century and is a breathtakingly stunning reminder of the island’s rich history.

    180 steps count you higher and higher towards its memorable mountain top view, with bars and restaurants lining the way so you can stop for a bite or a cooling refreshment if it all gets a bit too, well, uphill.

    The beautiful summit of Arta is an absolute must-visit, particularly on a Tuesday. Tuesday is market day and traders from across Majorca‘s rolling landscape flock to sell their fresh meats, fish, fruit, vegetables. And there’s a huge selection of gift ideas for you to take back home too.

    As if all this wasn’t enough, you can easily enjoy the excitement and entertainment on the rest of the island. Transport to and from Costa de Los Pinos is regular and well maintained, so you can go to Katmandu waterpark in the morning, the Inca Market and Festival Park for lunch, and be back on the beach in time for sunset.

    Alternatively, go for a wine tasting session, explore historical archaeological sites, visit Palma for palate-blowing paella, and still catch a nightcap at the hotel before hitting the hay. Just because you are on a high class All Inclusive holiday to Majorca, does not mean you can’t escape to some of the most rural and beautiful parts of the island.


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