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Positioned in the southwest corner of Majorca, Camp de Mar is an exclusive resort well-known for its chic hotels and postcard-perfect beach. It’s hosted many a celebrity over the years, and remains a preferred getaway for the rich and famous. Quiet and relaxed, the village is part of the Andratx municipality. Nearby towns include Andratx, Puerto Andratx, and Magaluf, with the sophisticated culture and nightlife of Palma also a short drive away. Camp de Mar’s claim to fame is its award-winning sandy beach, flanked by rugged cliffs that provide natural shelter from the elements.

With its sunny personality and mild waters, Camp de Mar is the perfect destination for a relaxing beach holiday in 2017. There are plentiful attractions to entice all types of visitors. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway for two or a family-friendly hotel, Camp de Mar holidays can be tailored to suit your needs. Impossibly scenic Balearic views, innovative gastronomy, and championship golf courses await you in this upscale destination.

Most popular hotels in Camp de Mar

Bahia Camp De Mar Suites Cabau Aparthotel
Bahia Camp De Mar Suites Cabau Aparthotel
Bahia Camp De Mar Suites Cabau Aparthotel

Camp de Mar, Majorca

from £229 pp

At a glance

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish
  • Time Zone: GMT +1
  • Average flight time: 2h 25m

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Top Attractions

Top Attractions

Whether you wish to spend your Camp de Mar holidays relaxing on white sandy beaches or exploring ancient Roman ruins, you’ll find plenty of options to keep you busy. The village benefits from its secluded, serene location with a crystalline crescent-shaped bay that heats up in the summer months. Take a stroll along the resort’s main Avenida de la Playa for premium shopping outlets. Its fashion-forward boutiques are filled to the brim with products crafted from local artisans, as well as internationally-renowned designer brands.

Get out on the water to spot octopuses and dolphins, or take a boat trip to the uninhabited island of Sa Dragonera. This designated nature reserve is home to a staggering variety of wildlife, most notably its playful wall lizards. Bird enthusiasts can spot rare sea birds like the Balearic shearwater and the Eleonora’s falcon. The island’s six kilometres in length, criss-crossed by verdant walking trails and capped with an ancient watchtower.

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Wine and Dine

Wine and Dine

Dine beachside in the resort’s various restaurants and bars. These offer relaxed terraces perfectly designed for lingering over your meal. Don’t miss the chance to dine al fresco on the petite island of Illeta, accessible via a footbridge from Camp de Mar’s main beach area. The popular Restaurante Illeta is perched on this rocky outpost, ensuring stunning sea views from all angles.

Restaurants in Camp de Mar offer a range of different cuisines, whether you’re craving simply rustic tapas or creative, modern fare. Local chefs work with the freshest ingredients. Naturally this includes the catch of the day in dishes like paella, but Majorcan cuisine is also well-known for its innovative use of locally grown produce. Don’t miss the chance to sample local almonds, walnuts, olives, and native Ramallet tomatoes. Start your day with sugar-dusted pastries and coffee, and end it with a cool glass of wine or hand-crafted cocktail as you gaze at the sunset.

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For Families

For Families

Camp de Mar holidays are a natural fit for families. The village’s Blue Flag beach is sheltered, with shallow water perfect for gentle paddling. Kids will enjoy water-based excursions from here, whether it’s taking a snorkelling lesson or hiring a pedalo for the afternoon. The beach in Camp de Mar is surrounded by world-class resorts, many of which offer their own programmes of family activities. These often feature play parks, splash pools, and kids’ buffets.

Older children can partake in a wide range of outdoor activities, from canoeing to cycling, while little ones can play games in a hotel kids’ club. This allows parents to relax and enjoy the tranquil holiday vibes. There’s no shortage of family-friendly day trips in the area. One top option is to venture to Palma to visit its interactive aquarium. From here, you can take the vintage wooden train to Soller. Kids will love its old-fashioned bells and whistles, while parents can admire the pine-scented scenery as the train winds through citrus groves.

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Action and Adventure

Action and Adventure

With its seaside location, Camp de Mar provides a natural home base for a wide range of water-based sports and activities. Go trekking through the unspoilt wilderness Sa Dragonera Island, accessible via ferry from Camp de Mar’s main beach. Follow in the footsteps of notorious pirates or take a dip in the island’s pristine watery coves. Alternately, you can charter your own sailboat to spend a leisurely day exploring the coast of Majorca. Stop off at one of the island’s plentiful private beaches to bathe in the sea.

Golfing is another top recreational activity, allowing you to make the most of this Mediterranean climate. You’ll be spoilt for choice: take your pick from six championship-level golf courses in Majorca’s southwest region alone. The Andratx Golf Course opened in 2000, providing a new incentive for golf fans to plan Camp de Mar holidays. Designed by the Gleaneagles Golf Development, it features over 60 bunkers and seven lakes in its challenging, picturesque layout. Golf Santa Ponsa 1 is also close at hand, designed by Falco Nordi. This ultra-demanding course has hosted the Balearic Open six times, and is notable for its watery traps and wide open spaces.

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Life's a Beach

Life's a Beach

The star attraction of any Camp de Mar holidays is the resort’s pristine, sun-drenched beach. Pass your time lounging under turquoise skies while admiring sweeping sea views. Nestled in an ideally sheltered spot, Camp de Mar’s spacious beach is 180 metres long and 60 metres wide. The sand is fine and powdery, dotted with sunbeds and vibrantly coloured parasols for hire. Explore hidden rocky coves or paddle in the placid, warm shallows. Additional amenities include showers, toilets, and accessible ramps. Lifeguards are on duty, making this an idyllic and safe spot for families.

If you’re craving more action, hire a pedalo and get out onto the aquamarine water. Snorkelling is another top pastime in Camp de Mar. Admire the gently waving tentacles of sea anemones and rainbow hues of colourful sponges as you navigate the balmy currents. The temperature varies according to season, but generally hovers between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius for much of the year. This makes Camp de Mar beaches the perfect location for topping up your tan.

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Nightlife

Nightlife

Camp de Mar’s sandy bay is lined with a wealth of buzzing bars and laid-back outdoor eateries, making it the go-to destination for nightlife. Many of the village’s hotels are located just steps away from this entertainment strip. The allure of holidays in Camp de Mar is the resort’s idyllic nature, so the nightlife is fairly relaxed here. You’ll find bars open late into the evening for a drink on the patio. However if you wish to dance the night away, you can travel a short distance to neighbouring Puerto Andratx. Here you’ll find nightclubs like Barracuda popular with both locals and tourists, featuring a varied range of dance music and no shortage of glamour.

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For Couples

For Couples

With its secluded beaches and hidden coves, Camp de Mar is tailor-made for romantic getaways. This chic resort offers no shortage of leisurely areas to enjoy one another’s company. Linger over a glass of wine on a private hotel terrace at sunset, or end your island meal with a luscious platter of fresh fruit. The settlement is perfect for those in search of peace and quiet. Far from the glitzy discos of Magaluf, you’ll find a more relaxed vibe in Camp de Mar.

Hire a catamaran to explore the water together, or start your day with a breath-taking nature walk in the nearby Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. You’ll pass through olive and almond groves, giving way to spectacular sea views. You can get to an even higher vantage point together with an unforgettable helicopter ride, sure to get your pulses racing. Afterwards, treat yourself to a couples’ massage and spa visit. Naturally, you can simply allow yourself to unwind completely with a day spent on a sun lounger. For long-lasting memories, Camp de Mar offers landscapes that will stay fixed in your mind.

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Culture

Culture

Tucked away from some of the island’s larger, flashier resorts, Camp de Mar is a top destination for those wishing to live as a local. You’ll find a smattering of art galleries and kiosks within the village, with more attractions a short distance away. The area’s newest cultural draw is the CCA Andratx Art Centre, with 4,000 square metres dedicated to contemporary art. Located a stone’s throw from Camp de Mar in the larger town of Andratx, it includes a primary Kunsthalle showing three major exhibitions each year. You’ll view exciting works from both established as well as up-and-coming talents. The centre also includes artists’ studios, a bookshop, and a thriving calendar of events.

You can experience all of the local culture and historic traditions of Majorca at the Andratx street market, held every Wednesday. Originally taking place in the Plaza de Espana, the market is currently located on the Paseo de Son Mas. Market buses depart directly from Camp de Mar throughout the day, or it’s easily accessible by taxi.

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