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Family Holidays to Majorca

Majorca has plenty more up its sleeve for family holidays than well-known spots like Magaluf and Palma Nova. From action-packed family areas to quiet, scenic corners, there are plenty of options waiting to be discovered.

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Get two family resorts in one with neighbouring Sa Coma and Cala Millor

Flights to Majorca's Palma Airport take around two and a half hours, and transfers to either Sa Coma and Cala Millor in the east or Puerto Pollensa in the north take an hour and a half, so family holidays can start in no time.

The twin stars in Majorca's family holiday offering are Sa Coma and Cala Millor, which are just a tram ride away from each other on the east coast. Or, you could pedal along the two-kilometre cycle path between the two, pausing at the nature reserve on the headland. Close by are a raft of family activities, from a safari zoo to 1000-year-old caves.

The pace at Puerto Pollensa on Majorca's northern coast is slower, but its large, sheltered bay of water encourages lots of families to visit. A quick trip to the ancient Roman city of Bocchoris will fascinate all ages or you can take family walks around Cap de Formentor.

Best family friendly beaches

Combined, the two resorts of Sa Coma and Cala Millor have seven kilometres of sand, with many smaller bays surrounding them. The waters are clear and therefore perfect for snorkelling, which is part of the reason Sa Coma beach has a Blue Flag certification.

Over in Puerto Pollensa, lots of activities – from banana boat rides to parasailing – take place in the 1.5-kilometre bay with views to the nearby Tramuntana Mountains. The main sandy strip, Playa Tamarells, is also Blue Flag certified with clear, shallow water for the kids to play in.

Best family activities in Majorca

The area around Sa Coma and Cala Millor covers all the usual family attractions as well as a few unique ones. You can take the family bowling, go-karting or jumping on the large outdoor play zone with trampolines, as well as play 54-hole mini golf. Plus the four Caves of Drach are just down the coast, and Safari Zoo Mallorca can be enjoyed from your car or the park's mini train.

In comparison, fewer organised activities exist in Puerto Pollensa but the kids can let loose on the two seafront playgrounds, and boat trips leave regularly from the harbour for snorkelling and sightseeing. The Hidropark waterpark is in Alcudia, just eight kilometres away, with a free shuttle bus service.

Other popular holidays in Spain

For a family holiday to another glorious part of Spain try Ibiza, Costa Blanca or Costa del Sol. But if Majorca has won you over, take a look at our Majorca travel guide for advice on planning your family holiday there. And below are five of the best family-friendly hotels in Majorca to choose from.

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