Holidays to Porto Cristo
The caves of Porto Cristo are known across the globe. Underground to the depth of a swimming pool at one point, these caves are majestic and mysterious. But there's plenty to like above ground too - sandy beaches for sunbathing and strolling and rocky coves and bays and waters. It’s the picturesque Mediterranean to a T. Sit outside one of the many rustic restaurants and, as the sun sets, eat dinner fished from the same waters. Turn off your mind at this island retreat.
Playa de Porto Cristo
With its sliver of curving sand and cliffs dotted with lush green, the Porto Cristo beach has a real old world charm.
This small beach just down the coast from Porto Cristo has shallow waters making it a good option for families paddling.
This Gothic castle was built in the 14th century and is now one of Majorca's main attractions.
Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art
Housed in a 17th century mansion, this museum houses work by 20th century artists including Picasso, Dali and Miro.
Sightseeing in Palma
Take a tour of Palma’s narrowed streets and ancient buildings and visit the Joan Miró museum and the Paseo Maritimo.
Explore the depths of the ocean without getting wet at Palma Aquarium, which has over 700 species of marine life.
Find intimate harbour settings and superb food in Porto Cristo. Try monkfish with saffron pasta and herb crusted lamb.
Small plates of tapas are a Mallorca specialty. Chorizo in brandy sauce, prawns in sesame crumb and spiced peppers. Yum.
Looking for an English style pub? Billy's Bar has beers imported from the UK and a traditional pub feel.
The Beach Bar
This beach bar is just up the coast in S'illot. It has a Hawaiian surf shack feel and is a stone's throw from the beach.
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