Globales Bouganvilla Hotel

There’s never a dull moment thanks to the action-packed activity programme and a great pool scene at Globales Bouganvilla Hotel. Spacious bedrooms are decorated in neutrals and ocean blues and have balconies and terraces. Outside two huge pools welcomes you with loungers and an open-air bar. Water polo and aqua aerobics are on offer, and there’s even a small splash pool for kids. And to top it off, the hotel has its own private waterpark, boasting a kamikaze ride, race-rafting rides and a freefall slide. The hotel has an international buffet, a pizzeria and a barbecue grill restaurant, so you’ll be spoilt for choice. The nearest beach and the resort centre are less than a mile away.

Overview of Majorca

Whether you’re travelling with family or friends, holidays to Majorca promise plenty of fun in the sun. Explore the quiet bays of golden sand and unspoilt towns of this idyllic island and feel the stresses of daily life melt away. Check out all the watersports and hiking and biking trails. And come evening, there’s fantastic nightlife in upbeat resorts like Magaluf. For a scenic, family-friendly resort with a stunning beach, try stunning Sa Coma. It’s near some of the island’s top attractions, too. If you fancy staying here, check out Globales Bouganvilla Hotel.

Things to do in Majorca

If you can bear to leave Globales Bouganvilla Hotel, there’s a lot to see and do in the surrounding area. If you’re with kids, head to the Safari Zoo just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel, where you’ll spot animals such as zebras and flamingos. Sa Coma Beach is a long sweep of golden sand with loads of watersports to choose from – go for windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling or scuba diving. During the summer, there’s a night market every Wednesday, where you can pick up locally made handicrafts, clothes and other souvenirs. You’ll love the time you spend on the sun-drenched island of Majorca. Whether you devote time to topping up your tan or having fun with the kids in the water, a good time is guaranteed.


Resort Summary

Most visitors to Sa Coma are drawn by the allure of its kilometre-long beach. Shaped like a crescent moon, the bay is protected and so offers calm waters. The sand slopes gently into the water at a barely noticeable gradient, making it an ideal place for little nippers to splash around to their hearts’ content.

The consistency of the golden sands on the beach itself – certified with a Blue Flag accreditation by the EU – is perfect for sculpting sandcastles, making it a hit with family visitors.

All of the usual water sports are on offer here, including pedalos and windsurfing, while the nearby coves and inlets are a veritable treasure trove for enthusiastic scuba divers and snorkellers. Many of these activities can be booked upon arrival, great for holiday makers with late deals to Majorca.

Away from the water, the wooden promenade, which runs all the way to S’Illot, is jam-packed with excellent eateries and watering holes.