Calas De Mallorca holidays
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When: If that downtime really matters, book your Calas de Mallorca holiday in May and June or September to avoid the crowds and the heat. And if you want a bit more action – take a dip into the summer frenzy!
Where: Your beach. But you can also get those adventurous energies flowing by biking on the nearby rugged trails, or hopping en route to Porto Cristo for some cultural goodness.
Why: Because we all need downtime, and what better place to kick back than a place where the world’s most famous sea gently laps against your feet, or where you can head off and lose yourself in the eclectic culture of the island?
When: Dig your heels into July and August. That’s when you’ll meet the fellow partygoers who are looking for new partners to take over the dance floor with, when the restaurants are liveliest, and when the nights are hottest.
Where: Check out Porto Cristo and Manacor Town for some cool clubs, delectable dining, and sweet shopping.
Why: Because Porto Cristo and its energetic scene is but a short ride away!
When: Summer sounds like a plan if you and your beloved dig the hot party vibes, but if you’re a little more serious – and peaceful – try for May and September.
Where: The whole island. But if we’ve got to narrow it down, then try out some of the shopping venues and restaurants in historic Porto Cristo, or stay in Calas de Mallorca and go for a vigorous bike ride or kick back on the beach and enjoy the stunning views.
Why: Just imagine, you’ve got the most romantic sunsets, balmy breezes and amorous nights to look forward to with your loved one. Why not treat yourselves?
When: Maybe summer is a little too much, unless you’re into the crowds and the heat. Go for May, June, and September.
Where: Try out some exciting water sports – they’re sure to make a splash! Or take the family on a segtour or biking trail nearby. You can also venture into Porto Cristo if you’d like to see more of Majorcan culture.
Why: Why not? You get the luxury of a beautiful beach on your doorstep so that means sandcastles, sea swims, and having the chance to wear out the kids under supervision while you get down to chilling out.