Cherish Canyamel holidays 2019 / 2020
Located on the east coast of Spain’s Balearic Island of Majorca, Canyamel holidays are ideal for those who like sun, sea and a bit of rest and relaxation. A beautiful backdrop to the town and its beach is provided by the stunning forested hills which also offer protection from the wind, leaving the beach warm and still. Spend your days relaxing on the warm sands of the beach, try something more active with water sports and activities or explore the stunning countryside, mountains and forests which surround the town. For a true island escape in 2019 / 2020, Canyamel is the perfect holiday destination.
The main attraction of a holiday to Canyamel is its beautiful surroundings and quiet, tranquil atmosphere. Whether you’re travelling as a couple and looking to simply relax and unwind, or you’re taking the whole family for some well-deserved rest in the sun, there’s something for you in this peaceful Majorcan village. The white sand of the beach makes this one of the island’s most beautiful destinations, while you’ll also find enough beachside bars, restaurants and cafés to offer everything you need during your stay. And if you prefer to explore some of the area’s larger towns, Cala Millor, S’Illiot and Porto Cristo are all under 30 minutes’ drive away.
Although Canyamel is a small town it’s home to a fantastic array of restaurants with something for everyone on offer. Wander through the streets or along the beach and try them all until you find your favourite, or try a delicious range of Spanish as well as international dishes at one of the resort’s more famous restaurants. Choose from European, Italian, Asian and even a deli. If you like to try a bit of everything tapas is a must, with the locals sure to have their own favourites they’d love you to taste. Alternatively, stick to favourites from home, like fish and chips, or try some of the fresh local seafood for a taste of Spanish dishes.
Majorca makes a wonderful family holiday destination and families will love the laid-back atmosphere of Canyamel. If you’re looking to simply relax this is the perfect place, with its soft white sands and clean, clear waters which stay shallow along the beach, ideal for little ones who like to splash and paddle. If you prefer to explore Canyamel is the perfect place to use as a base as you discover the rest of the north of the island. From here you can head to Cala Millor for a huge range of water sports. Older kids will love learning to sail, jet ski and windsurf, while younger kids will enjoy the bustling atmosphere of the beach as well as the ringos and banana boat rides. And if you prefer to keep your feet on dry land there are horse riding, walking and mountain biking trips up into the surrounding mountains and countryside.
Action & Adventure
Although Canyamel itself is quiet and relaxed it has plenty of noisy neighbours just waiting to be explored if you’re looking for some adventure on your holidays. Cala Millor is just a 15-minute drive away and offers some fantastic sports and activities to keep holidaymakers of all ages entertained. Book a mountain or city bike tour and explore the local area, or be even more daring and book a motorbike tour. Alternatively, get off the beaten track with a 4x4 buggy ride and race each other through the stunning scenery surrounding the town. If you like to hit the water on your holidays there are plenty of activities in the sea as well, including scuba diving, snorkelling, water skiing and even jet skiing.
One of the best features of holidays to Canyamel is its stunning white sandy beach. This soft stretch is home to plenty of sun loungers available to rent, with beach bars and cafés along the edge, ideal if you prefer to be near basic amenities. The beach gently shelves into the sea, meaning there is plenty of shallow water for smaller children to play in, while those who enjoy swimming and other activities will find deeper waters further out. Canyamel is also close to a number of Majorca's other top beaches, from laid-back and family-friendly Porto Cristo to buzzing Cala Millor, giving you ample beach variety on your Balearic break.
Holidays to Canyamel are full of sun, sea, sand and relaxation. A few of the bars and restaurants will stay open until later, serving some of your favourite local and international drinks, including beers and cocktails, or why not head to one of the larger nearby resorts and really let your hair down? Cala Millor is just a 15-minute drive from Canyamel and offers a huge range of bars just waiting to be explored. Head to a British pub for beers and drinks from home, or hit the dance floor and make new friends as you dance the night away until the early hours of the morning. And if you prefer to be on the beach there are plenty of bars along the promenade as well.
Couples holidays to Canyamel are all about the opportunities to sit back and relax. Hit the beach and book yourself one of the many loungers, before heading into to the crystal clear waters of the sea to cool off and maybe even try snorkelling. The beach is backed by plenty of restaurants and bars where you can enjoy a drink or two as you soak up the sun, as well as trying delicious seafood dishes and Spanish favourites. And for the ultimate in relaxation why not head to the spa? From this tranquil paradise, you can indulge in a range of treatments, including a couples massage. Should you wish to explore more of Majorca, many of it's most charming features are within easy reach of Canyamel. Take a day trip to the alluring S'Illot, with its pretty town, stunning nature reserves and magical caves. Or, for a bit of buzz and a night on the town pop over to nearby Cala Millor. However you want to spend time together, Canyamel is the perfect base for your couples escape.
If you’re looking to explore the fascinating culture of this area of Majorca during your holidays to Canyamel there are plenty of options to try. The town itself is pretty and whitewashed, with plenty of opportunities to try delicious traditional Spanish food and drinks. If you prefer to head further afield S’Illiot is a pretty former fishing village where you can sit on the beach and watch little sailing and fishing boats come into the harbour, or simply wander through the streets of the town, stopping in local cafés and boutiques. Porto Cristo is also just 20-minutes from Canyamel and is a hot spot for boat trips, ideal if you want to explore the stunning coastline.