For a relaxing Majorca holiday, book your stay in the picturesque fishing town of Porto Cristo. The stunning resort is synonymous with quiet breaks and relaxation, making it perfect for families and couples looking for a romantic getaway in the Balearics.
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Looking for more reasons to choose Porto Cristo for your next holiday to Majorca? You’ll find a wonderful selection of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues around the town’s beautiful harbour, as well as a number of historic sites including an ancient Roman fort.
If you enjoy nothing more than sitting back and relaxing in the sun, Porto Cristo could be the destination for you. Its enviable location makes it ideal for a quiet break. That said, you’re close enough to all the action if you do want to explore the island’s busier resorts, like Cala Millor.
As for the weather in Porto Cristo, guaranteed summer sun and mild winters make it ideally suited to year-round breaks. If you’re looking to escape the UK’s sub-zero cold months or the unpredictable British summer, look no further than a holiday to Porto Cristo.
A relaxed atmosphere and a golden sandy beach make a holiday to Porto Cristo an attractive prospect for visitors of all ages. You won’t find the neon nightclubs and busy strips of Magaluf in this luxurious resort. Instead, the area is suited to those who enjoy taking it easy.
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You won’t find watersports and boat parties in Porto Cristo - the town prefers to leave that to Majorca’s bigger resorts, so visit nearby Cala Millor to get your thrill seeking fix. But that’s not to say there’s nothing to see in this sleepy fishing village. Take a look at our pick of activities to help plan your break.
For evidence of Majorca’s sublime natural landscapes, head to the Caves of Drach and Hams. Both are known for their weird and wonderful formations and a collection of Stalacites and Stalagmites can be found in the caves.
Time your visit right and you’ll find an excellent live concert, which takes place on the lake. If you’re looking for things to do in Porto Cristo, a visit here should be top of your list.
Cala Millor is among Majorca’s most popular resorts, with a slightly busier feel and plenty going on. The area is known for its nightlife and makes the perfect location for a night out on the town. Take a short taxi ride to the town for an evening to remember.
Quaint traditional restaurants, bars and boutiques can all be found around the Porto Cristo harbour. Pick your spot and enjoy a glass of wine while watching the sunset.
Manacor is at the heart of Majorca’s pearl industry and as such is the perfect place to visit a spot of souvenir shopping. Watch artificial pearls being made in the neighbouring town.
You’ll find direct flights from most UK airports to Palma de Mallorca, including: Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds Bradford, Doncaster Sheffield, Cardiff, Newcastle, Bournemouth, London Airports, Belfast, Glasgow, Edinburgh and more.
The transfer from Palma to Porto Cristo is approximately an hour by coach or taxi, depending how you choose to travel.
Spanish is the official language spoken in Majorca, although English is spoken in most tourist areas.