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La Reserva de Biniorella

Camp de Mar, Majorca
La Reserva de Biniorella Things To Do

Depending on the time of year, we organise excursions around Majorca, including trips to local fiestas and other events such as the impressive Easter procession and firework display.

Our most popular weekly trips include:

  • Guided walk, every Wednesday (October - May)
  • Sóller (via the train), every Sunday
  • Palma (every Thursday)
  • Padel surfing (June - September)

Other non-exclusive weekly trips take in the island's most spectacular landmarks and attractions, including Formentor, Sineu and the Caves of Drac.

Play a game of golf at the tough but rewarding Camp de Mar 18 hole golf course

Staying close to home

Majorca is also home to many good golf courses, most with 18 holes. This includes Camp de Mar, which is regarded by golfers as tough but rewarding. Winter, spring and autumn are said to be the best golfing seasons.

Heading east along the coast, there are many fashionable stop-offs, not least Puerto Portals, with its exclusive marina, and rows of restaurants and coffee shops. In terms of family attractions, nearby Marineland is home to dolphins, sea lions, exotic birds and a tropical aquarium.

Or if you prefer to be in the water yourself, the Western water parks just down the road in Magaluf. Afterwards, why not enjoy a burger served up with some superb acrobatic feats at the Pirates show?

Visit the magnificent French-Gothic Cathedral and the Almudaina Arabic Palace in Palma

Palma, a city steeped in history

Palma's well-preserved historical centre is dominated by the magnificent French-Gothic cathedral and the Almudaina Arabic palace, which was originally a Moorish citadel and now houses a museum and royal treasures.

The 121m-long cathedral is constructed of gold limestone from the quarries of Santanyi, in the south east of the island. It is home to nine massive bells, the largest of which is N'Eloi, weighing in at 5,700kg.

The Palau March Museum is situated close to the cathedral and the Almudaina Palace. Exhibitions include contemporary collections containing works by artists such as Rodin, Chillida and Henry Moore, as well as a set of lithographs by Salvador Dali.

Along with a spectacular harbour and yacht marina, the capital city also has many excellent restaurants and bars, and a number of other museums, from modern art to local history. These include the Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern i Contemporani and, just outside Palma, the house where Joan Miró spent the last decades of his life.

The picturesque mountain village of Valldemossa with its famous monastery

Heading north to the mountains

Inland, there are many lovely villages that have hardly changed over the centuries, such as Galilea and Puigpunyent. Other places worth visiting include the many monasteries, such as the one found in Lluc, from which there are also a number of hiking paths.

Towns include Valldemossa, a picturesque mountain village with a famous monastery, defined by Frederic Chopin as 'the most beautiful place on earth'. Alternatively, take the narrow-gauge railway across the dramatic Serra de Tramuntana from Palma to Sóller. From there, you can then take the tram to Puerto de Sóller.

Visit the nature reserve set at the foot of the Galazo mountain

Take a hike to get back to nature

There's a whole host of walking possibilities across Majorca, from the start of the GR 221 in nearby Port d'Andratx for serious hikers, to La Reserva Puig De Galatzó, which is located a short drive north of Camp de Mar.

The nature reserve is an ideal spot for a stroll and a picnic, and is situated at the foot of the Galatzó mountain. The park's the only one of its kind in Majorca, covering an area of more than 2.5 million square metres.

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