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Quieter Areas of Majorca?

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BaconAndAvocado Sat 20-Jan-18 10:03:39

Went to Majorca as a youngster to Magaluf, now I have kids would like to visit the island but to a quieter, more family-orientated area.

Any ideas?

Guardsman18 Sat 20-Jan-18 10:05:14

Without a doubt Puerto Pollensa or Alcudia. It's so beautiful there.

I might have a look at flights there myself now!

BaconAndAvocado Sat 20-Jan-18 10:07:41

Thank you.

We've just had two years on the trot going to Florida and the DCs want a shorter flight!

Will look into those places.

We're after an AI hotel but not too big near a beach.

Guardsman18 Sat 20-Jan-18 10:08:15

Ps when I went with my children, we stayed on the Pine Walk and eat at the restaurants on the beach while they played . Oh it was heaven!

Lovely memories

crunchtime Sat 20-Jan-18 10:08:34

puerto pollensa rather than alcudia
it's just gorgeous

i am going to live there when i win the lottery

user187656748 Sat 20-Jan-18 10:09:19

alcudia is still a very busy resort area

Guardsman18 Sat 20-Jan-18 10:19:05

crunch - I'll join you!

Guardsman18 Sat 20-Jan-18 10:22:03

* ate!

Notanotherusernametoremember Sat 20-Jan-18 10:28:27

Cala D’or is lovely - have a look at the Ferrera Blanca as a good AI.

GrooovyLass Sat 20-Jan-18 10:33:04

Cala D'Or or Callas de Mallorca are both lovely

acornsandnuts Sat 20-Jan-18 10:54:25

Puerto Pollensa, it’s in my retirement plan. It is lovely.

Sipperskipper Sat 20-Jan-18 10:57:09

Pollensa is beautiful.

NoMoreUsernames Sat 20-Jan-18 10:59:55

2nd Cala d'Or, it's lovely, very pretty. Beautiful little bays great for swimming/snorkelling. Lots of lovely restaurants and outdoor funparks for kids with bars for the adults! Very family orientated resort.

Falconhoof1 Sat 20-Jan-18 11:04:33

Sa Coma is lovely. I went in October though so was very quiet.

QuinionsRainbow Sat 20-Jan-18 11:53:50

Puerto de Soller.

happilyeverafta Sat 20-Jan-18 12:23:10

Cala Egos which is next to Cala D'or (other dude of marina which you can stroll round) is gorgeous. More upmarket villas and hotels but they do have AI too. We've been 2 years running and love it for a quick week away

happilyeverafta Sat 20-Jan-18 12:23:31

Other side not dude obviously lol

PippaRose Sat 20-Jan-18 16:54:28

Just logged in to ask what was recommended in Mallorca for villa holidays so this is really helpful.

ChoudeBruxelles Sat 20-Jan-18 16:55:53

Cala d’Or. We went a few years ago and are going again later this year

sniffydog Sat 20-Jan-18 18:18:16

If you want something smaller and less resortey than Cala D'or Cala Santanyi is lovely. A small town based around a lovely beach. You're 15 mins drive from Cala D'Or but a lot less built up.

user187656748 Sat 20-Jan-18 19:08:06

OP how quiet are you looking for? Cala D'Or again is nice but IMO not particularly quiet or particularly small. We went every year 20 years ago and it wasn't particularly small even then.

Anasnake Sat 20-Jan-18 19:09:38

Another vote for Cala D'or

busyboysmum Mon 22-Jan-18 20:24:22

We spent 2 weeks in Porto Petro last summer. V close to Cala D'Or. Was lovely but madly busy all the beaches were packed and we didn't think the water was particularly clean.

PPollensa gets my vote as a bigger beach. Still v busy.

GreyGardens88 Mon 22-Jan-18 21:45:04

I used to go to PUerto Pollensa a lot when I was a kid and yeah it's great for everyone except teenagers

cazzyg Thu 08-Feb-18 20:15:37

Puerto Pollensa is great for families. We’ve been every year since DD was born. Hotels to look at are Puerto Azul, Playa Mar, Club del Sol.

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