Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Ca'n Picafort - Majorca Travel Guide
Relax in this friendly resort or explore the mountains and surrounding countryside.
•C'an Picafort: C'an Picafort has simply dazzling beaches. It is set on the same wide sweeping horseshoe shaped bay as Alcudia and stretches for an incredibly gorgeous 13km of immaculate golden sands. It has grown from a small fishing village to a destination popular with holidaymakers from all over Europe; but there are still secluded coves to be found where you can have the beach all to yourself.
•The wide traffic free beachside promenade bustles with restaurants, cafes, shops, bars and pubs. It stretches from the marina and fishing harbour to Son Baulo. There are boat cruises and glass bottom boat trips daily from the harbour.
•Plus C'an Picafort is a great location for exploring. There are nature reserves, wetlands, mountains, old towns and traditional villages close by
•The beaches in C'an Picafort: C'an Picafort has two lovely beaches of soft sands next to shimmering blue, clear shallow, warm waters. Perfect for sunbathing, snorkelling and swimming; and for families.
Further out of the resort are craggy cliffs and secluded coves. The smaller beach is at Son Baulo. It has sunbeds, parasols and watersports, sunkissed sand dunes and is next to a nature reserve.
•Eating Out in C'an Picafort: There is an excellent choice of local and international cuisine, with cafes, restaurants and fast food catering well for the British palate.
•Family Friendly C'an Picafort C'an Picafort is a great destination for all the family. We have some excellent family friendly hotels in C'an Picafort with All Inclusive deals, children's play areas, children's pools and entertainment programmes. Our excellent hotel deals in C'an Picafort include 2*, 3* and 4* hotels.
•Attractions:Visit the nearby resort of Alcudia and the Water Park.
•The weekly market at C'an Picafort on Friday are very popular with tourists and locals alike.
•Excursions: Spend a day exploring the narrow cobbled streets of cosmopolitan capital city of Palma; and visit its stunning Gothic cathedral with its stunning interior designed by Gaudi.
•The Caves of Drach are incredible and definitely worth a trip out. For a magical experience, you can even be serenaded by a floating orchestra on certain nights.
•Visit the some fascinating old towns: there is the walled medieval town of old Alcudia , Arta and the Roman town of Pollensa.
•You can also visit the wetlands of S'Albufera; which are perfect for bird watching.
•Get on your bike and explore! There are bicycle tracks covering the 5 miles of stunning coastline between C'an Picafort and Alcudia.
•Puerto Pollensa with its stunning marina, waterfront cafes and restaurants is just along the coast.
•Nightlife in C'an Picafort: Low key, relaxed al fresco dining, family friendly beachside bars and pubs and a few clubs. For a slightly more uptempo beat, head to Alcudia.
•C'an Picafort is just over 2 hours from most UK airports we have cheap flights to Palma with our guarantee of the lowest prices. We also have great value prices on hotels in C'an Picafort and Majorca.
•Holidays to C'an Picafort: We have an excellent choice of holidays in C'an Picafort.
•Hotels in C'an Picafort: We have excellent hotels in C'an Picafort, all with our lowest prices guaranteed.
•Cheap Flights to C'an Picafort: We have cheap flights to C'an Picafort. The flight takes just over 2 hours from UK airports.
•Car hire in C'an Picafort: There's so much to explore, you would be wise to hire a car. We can offer great deals on car hire in C'an Picafort so check us out when completing your holiday booking.
•Transfers to your hotel in C'an Picafort: We can book your transfers from the airport to your hotel in C'an Picafort. We can also book UK airport car parks online, plus travel insurance and currency exchange for your holiday.
•C'an Picafort Hotel Reviews: Written exclusively by genuine customers who have booked and stayed in the hotel.
Did you know? For superb snorkelling, visit Cala Vincente bay- it's a good walk from Puerto Pollensa
Posted by john at 10:05