Porto Colom holidays 2021
Porto Colom is truly one of the prettiest resorts in all Majorca. A tumble of pretty pastel-coloured houses spilling down to a large, sheltered harbour filled with fishing boats and yachts. There are some gorgeous sandy beaches nearby, as well as some charming coves. You’ll find plenty of delightful country towns to explore, many with colourful weekly markets, as well as attractions such as the famous cave complexes of Cuevas del Drach and Cuevas del Ham. There are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants, and, if you want some a wider variety of nightlife, you could head to Cala d’Or, just 10 minutes away by car. We offer a range of holiday and hotel types in Porto Colom, including all inclusive.
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Porto Colom’s beautiful harbour, tucked between two rugged headlands, is a delight to stroll around. It is backed by traditional houses painted in ice-cream colours that adorn many a postcard! You can stroll to pretty Cala Marçal, a small sandy beach set in a picturesque bay, or explore the miniature coves that dot this stunning stretch of coastline. There are some fine hikes in the area, as well as delightful country towns, and you could also visit the celebrated cave complexes of Cuevas del Drach and Cuevas del Ham. If you fancy a day out, the gorgeous island capital of Palma is only an hour’s drive away.
Cala Marçal is the main beach in Porto Colom, an arc of golden sand with impossibly blue waters. It’s very sheltered, making it a great option for families, and has plenty of bars and cafés for rent, as well as pedaloes for the kids. South of Cala Marçal is the Cala Nau, another picturesque bay, with thatched parasols and sunbeds and a beach bar. You could also head to s’Arenal Gran and s’Arenal Petit, two more of the beaches situated on this gorgeous bay, which are located on the route to the lighthouse. There are lots of enticing little coves to discover on this stretch of coastline: these include the Cala Sa Nau, which is shaded by Mediterranean pines, and the Cala Brafí, another beautifully unspoilt little bay.
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