- C'an Picafort
- Cala d'Or
- Cala Millor
- Calas de Mallorca
- Palma de Mallorca
- Palma Nova
- Puerto Pollensa
- Sa Coma
- Santa Ponsa
- C'an Pastilla
- Cala San Vincente
- El Arenal
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Things to see and do with kids in Mallorca
Mallorca Kids Attractions
Many travellers think of wild parties and package holidays for
young tourists hell bent on having a wild time, but Mallorca's
quieter resorts are fantastic places for families with children to
take a summer holiday.
Puerto Pollensa and Cala d'Or are quiet and the beaches uncrowded, a great location for the kids to build sand castles and play with buckets and spades, but remember to pack the sunscreen as the temperatures in summer months can be searing. El Arenal boasts an enormous waterpark, as do Alcudia and Magalluf - what could be a more perfect day out for the kids? Take the kids go-karting in Magalluf, or enjoy a family horse-riding trip to see the island from Alcudia. A trip to Marineland, in Costa d'en Blanes, to watch the dolphins and sea lions perform, or be mesmerised by the sharks in the aquarium is a must.
On days when outdoor activities are not an option for kids on holiday in Mallorca, many of the hotels feature kids clubs, or children's indoor playgrounds, and there are other options such as Mallorca Aquarium in Porto Cristo.
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