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Top Beach Activities in Majorca
There are 262 beaches in Majorca, all with a unique landscape, but warm, shimmering waters in common. There's a lot to do, from watersports to just relaxing, so here are our top beach activities in Majorca for you to ponder. While you're thinking about your holiday, remember to book your airport transfers with Holiday Extras. Our mission is to bring you top deals from our trusted providers to get you from the airport to your resort or accommodation in comfort and reliably.
You can take a boat trip from beaches all around Majorca. There's a type for everyone: book a full, half-day or evening catamaran cruise to explore the bays and coves, plus some provide lunch or dinner. Or go for a party boat trip with DJs, dinner and drinks for a less formal trip. There's also the chance to charter a yacht for a day of peaceful sailing around the island.
The sparkling clear waters that surround Majorca are just begging to be explored. Most beaches in Majorca offer scuba classes: beginners can learn the ropes from experienced staff, while more experienced divers can hire some equipment and take a guided trip out to sea to try to catch a glimpse of the area's colourful marine life.
Majorca's calm bays and gently lapping tides are perfect for stand-up paddleboarding (or SUP). An offshoot of surfing, paddleboarders stand on the board and propel themselves along with an oar. As it's an ideal beach activity for beginners, plenty of places in Majorca let you get out onto the water and try it for yourself.
There are classes for all levels, from beginners to pros as well as family lessons too. You can also go on kayaking tours from Majorca's beaches that take you out to the area's secretive caves and let you stop off to snorkel in the warm waters or just spend some time relaxing on different beaches along the way.
Sometimes the most obvious choice is the best. Majorca is sprinkled with beaches that are perfect for laying back and relaxing under the sun. Go west to Portals Vells for fine sands and a verdant backdrop, or east to Cala Formentor Beach which is lined with palm trees and blessed with gentle turquoise tides.
While you decide what you'll do on Majorca's beaches, don't forget to pre-book one of our Majorca airport transfers. We offer a variety of transfer options, ranging from shared shuttle coaches, to private cars and even private minibuses or coaches if you're travelling in a larger party. We work with only reliable suppliers to get you to your destination as hassle-free as possible.