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Famous beach resorts, idyllic mountain villages, enchanting bays and trendy party beaches — Majorca has many faces. It's time to discover them all...
Holidays in Majorca, the Most Popular Island in the Mediterranean
Majorca is such a popular holiday destination for so many reasons — this sunny island offers countless white sandy beaches, Mediterranean plant life and a vibrant nightlife, and all just a flight away. Majorca is the largest island in the Balearics, and the largest Spanish island, located in the Mediterranean 170 km from the Spanish mainland. The landscape along the 500-km coastline is dominated by steep Caps, small rocky bays and long beaches, yet inland you will also find imposing mountain ranges such as the Serra de Tramuntana, as well as lush plains. The opportunity to discover and enjoy the contrasts in this landscape just adds to the charm of your holiday in Majorca.
Majorca — A Paradise for Sun Worshippers and Water Sports Enthusiasts
Cala Millor, Cala d’Or, Cala Bona — names that deliver on what they promise: You will be enchanted by Majorca's beaches with their fine, white sand and water that shimmers in every shade of blue. Bathing season is from April to October, but with around 300 days of sunshine a year, Majorca is also the ideal destination for visitors from Northern Europe who are looking for some winter sun. Swimming, surfing, sailing, kitesurfing, stand-up paddling, waterskiing — you can try your hand at almost any watersport on holiday in Majorca. Or if you are looking for a more relaxing time, you can admire the view out to sea from the shore.
Across the Island: Discover Majorca
For decades, tourism in Majorca was mainly limited to coastal regions, attracting visitors looking for a seaside holiday, but the island is now becoming an increasingly popular destination for active holidays. Explore the island's wide valleys and high peaks on foot, by bike or on horseback and take in the splendid views. For nature-lovers, a visit to one of the many limestone caves is not to be missed.
The Island's Capital: Palma de Mallorca
The capital city of Palma is in the west of Majorca and is the heart of the island. During your holiday, make sure you find time for a leisurely stroll through the picturesque streets of the old town, a visit to "La Seu" Cathedral and a visit to the Joan Miró museum.
ROBINSON CLUB CALA SERENA is in the south-east of Majorca in the popular seaside resort of Cala d’Or. The club resort is situated right by a picturesque cove — just one of many along this coastline: Cala Ferrera, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Galera, Cala d’es Forti, Cala Egos. You can enjoy the sun and sea on a different beach every day! Go diving or cycling, or play golf, tennis or beach volleyball — you can enjoy the perfect active holiday at any time of year at CLUB CALA SERENA.
And if you need to take a timeout, you can visit the WellFit area to bring your body and mind back into perfect harmony with different relaxation techniques, fitness courses and wellness and beauty treatments.
And so that parents can also enjoy some time to themselves, our qualified ROBINS are on hand to look after your children with activities specially tailored to your children's needs while the parents are away. Indulge and enjoy without ever losing sight of the beautiful sea at any of our three restaurants and many bars on your holiday at CLUB CALA SERENA in Majorca.
Beach parties, evening shows, Nite Club, Barlife and folklore evenings — what are you doing tonight?