Holidays to Cala Fornells
Cala Fornells resort is joined to Peguera by the hip, with lazy days at the beach and warm blue waves on its doorstep. It's a sunny, sandy escape. Only 30 minutes' drive from Palma's grand cathedral and historic palace, Cala Fornells is ideally positioning for roaming further afield. The lush Mediterranean landscape makes exploring irresistible, whether you hire a bike or set out on foot.
A pretty cove with clear water ideal for snorkelling. There's sand and rocks underfoot - a good place for families.
Camp de Mar
A sheltered beach around the coast with clear, shallow waters, fine sand, and a restaurant across the little jetty.
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. Also 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.
A local take on paella, fideua uses noodles instead of rice, cooked up with tomato and a fresh catch of local seafood.
Turron nougat is a popular Mallorcan treat. Chewy chunks are traditionally made with almonds, egg whites, and honey.
There are bars and restaurants along this coastal road in Peguera, and it’s a good place to head for a lively night.
Partygoers pour into this club in Peguera year round. Open 'til dawn, there's dancing, cocktails, and lounge seating.
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