The South coast of Mallorca is home of the most famous beach in Mallorca and perhaps one of the best beaches in Europe : Es Trenc, which reminds many visitors of the Caribbean. It is the last large, and well preserved beach of Mallorca, still unspoilt by no hotels.
The city, Palma de Mallorca is known for its history, culture and shopping - and it is easy to combine this with the relaxing beach life.
West of Palma is the beach Cala Major is situated in a cove overlooked by the King of Spain’s palace Marivent, and nearby is the art museum Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró,.
East of Palma is Playa de Palma which stretches 5 kilometres from Can Pastilla to s'Arenal. Playa de Palma is very crowded with tourists, restaurants and bars. The area has around 50.000 hotel beds! Aqualand in Arenal, is a very good water park, and on request, we will escort older children there for you, so you can have a more peaceful day, if climbing steps and sliding down steep wet tubes is not for you.
The aquarium in Playa de Palma is an excellent day trip for young and old alike. It is disabled friendly too. No less than 55 aquariums with 8000 specimens from 700 different species housed in 5 million litres of seawater awaits the visitors. The 'Big Blue' is Europe’s deepest aquarium where you can almost feel the sharks, rays and other species in the transparent tunnel
The main resorts are: Palma, Playa de Palma, Arenal,, Can Pastilla, Es Trenc, Sa Rapita and and Colonia Sant Jordi