Majorca, Spain, a beautiful and popular vacation destination, offers everything from cultural and architectural excursions such as museums and castles, to white sandy beaches where vacationers can soak up the sun or take a dip in the Mediterranean. If you’re one who loves exploring, the northern part of Majorca is the perfect destination for cave and mountain exploration. It also boasts great family beaches and spectacular scenery.
Diving and Cavern Exploration
For the truly adventurous, there aren’t many things more invigorating than diving in the waters of the Mediterranean and finding caverns to explore. If you’re not already an expert cave explorer, there are opportunities to learn about diving and exploring to maximize your experience. You can learn about identifying species of fish, multi-level dives, and boat diving. Octopus Mallorca is just one place where you can get the most out of your diving and cave exploring experience.
Enjoying the Beaches
The beaches on the northern coast of Majorca are exceptional in their beauty and allure. Perhaps the most popular one is Alcudia Beach. It’s a perfect destination for families with a playground on the beach and shallow water where the youngest can splash around. There’s no lack of activities for adults too, from scuba diving to paragliding. The Viva Tropic hotel nearby caters to families and features a pool with a pirate ship that the kids will love. With its fine white sands and view of the nearby mountains, it’s a getaway that the whole family will enjoy and appreciate.
On the northern tip of Majorca is the Cap de Formentor, a bluff that offers stunning views of rugged terrain and an angry sea. Looking out toward the sea from atop the cliffs can be frightening as you observe the pounding surf below. It is a place of unblemished beauty and strength. The cliffs are comprised of jagged rock formations where somehow even pine trees have found a way to thrive. The old watchtower allows you to view the whole expanse of the area, a view you won’t soon forget. There’s also a lighthouse you can visit that stands as a lonely sentry upon the cliff, looking out into the open sea.
Catamaran and Boat Exploration
If you’re itching to get on the water, take a boat or catamaran for some sight-seeing. If you want to do some diving, you can head toward the Victoria Peninsula and dive in the clear waters. You can also get a view of Cap de Formentor from the water, then stop at Cala Murta to swim or do some more diving. A catamaran is really the best way to go to maximize your fun because they are faster than traditional boats and many are designed to allow easy access to the water.
Marinas and Markets
The small town of Port de Pollenca is a great place to go for a relaxing holiday. There you can observe the boats on the marina, a sight that is postcard perfect. On Wednesdays you can go to the market where you’ll find anything from fresh fruits to clothes. If you’re lucky, you may see firefighting aircraft performing exercises along the bay. It’s a charming, laid-back town that is perfect for the whole family. If you enjoy bird-watching, the Boquer Valley northeast of the town is a popular spot and a nesting place of the Blue Rock Thrush.
The island of Majorca is perfect for whatever activities you plan on doing while on holiday. You can be adventurous or just relax and soak up some sun. Whatever your plans, you’ll want to come back for more.