Top 5 Majorca Destinations For Families 2019

If you intend to visit Majorca with the family this year, you're in for a treat. If you've already begun to make preparations, be sure to take a look at our Majorca airport transfers. Our low-cost, hassle-free shuttle service will help you get your vacation started in the best way possible.

Port de Pollença and Alcúdia

Situated in the northern part of the island, Port de Pollença and Alcúdia are terrific, family-friendly towns. Each features large, sandy bays that provide a low-key platform for lazy, hazy fun-filled days. Alcúdia is home to Hidropark, too – a marvellous water-park arena that will allow the kids to make quite a splash. Less than four miles south of Alcúdia is Parc Natural de s'Albufera, a 1,700-acre, free-to-enter wetland reserve that features approximately 300 different bird species.

Cuevas del Drach

Cuevas del Drach (or Dragon Caves) in Porto Cristo is situated on Majorca's east coast and consists of four large caves. It's also the location of Lago Martel, a huge underground lake that is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

Palma

Palma is not only Majorca's vibrant capital, it's home to at least two must-see historical landmarks: Catedral-Basílica de Santa María and Castell de Bellver. The former is a spectacular Gothic water-side edifice that features a number of striking gargoyles – how many will you be able to count? Castell de Bellver, meanwhile, is a fairly rare example of a circular fort. It's situated on top of a hill, too, and thus provides fantastic 360-degree views of the city and fabulous family photo opportunities.

Serra de Tramuntana

Safely lose yourselves in and about this mighty mountain range. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is abundant with walking trails that will take you around limestone peaks and along looming cliff tops. What's more, you'll be able to visit charming hilltop villages, stroll among wild flowers, and pine trees that sprout from rust-coloured rocks – and wander through centuries-old olive groves.

Artestruz

Artestruz is a farm with a difference. Situated close to El Palmer in the south of the island, it features decidedly unusual livestock: ostriches. You can easily spend a whole day here learning about these beautiful creatures, seeing them up close and getting the chance to stroke them, as well as feeding the adorable chicks.

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