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What to see and doin Magaluf, Majorca

Discover everything that Magaluf can offer you

In Magaluf you will find breath-taking landscapes and beaches and a large leisure offer for your perfect holiday. Would you like to discover everything that the island can offer you? There are never-ending possibilities. When you get to Magaluf, you will not want to leave…


Magaluf Beach is located just 250 yards from Hotel Samos. With white sand and crystal-clear waters, at the beach you can find bars, restaurants, lifeguards, water sports, sun beds, pedalos, parasols, etc.

Other nearby beaches with a Blue Flag are: Cala Vinyes, Son Maties, l‘Oratori (also known as Portals Nous), Palmanova (also known as Cala Blanca), Santa Ponça and Torà.

Snorkelling, jet skiing, recreational fishing with small vessels and deep-sea fishing are just some of the many water sports that you can enjoy here.


Markets of Majorca

You cannot leave Majorca without visiting at least one of its many markets and flea markets that take place on the island throughout the week. Every day you will find at least one, but we recommend that you visit one of the most popular ones. Due to proximity to the hotel, perhaps you would be interested in seeing the Calvià market, which takes place on Mondays.

Also, we recommend the ones at Inca (Wednesdays), Sineu (Wednesdays), Alcudia (Sundays), Puerto Pollensa(Wednesdays) or any of the different ones you can find in Palma (Saturdays).

Most markets and flea markets in Majorca are open to the public in the morning, approximately from 7am until 1.30pm/2pm, where you will be able to buy fresh produce and crafts and bargain prices.


Enjoy the best cyclotourism routes in Majorca

Bay of Palma and Capocorb Vell: hop on a bicycle and discover the old town of Palma and a large area of the Bay while you circle cliffs and end at the talaiot of Capocorb Vell, one of the best-preserved prehistoric remains on the island.

Viewpoints of Victoria and Albufera: a pleasant route around the northern part of the island that goes from Pollensa, in the Tramuntana Mountains, to S’Albufera Natural Park. With stunning landscapes and many places of interest, it’s a must-see for all tourists who are visiting the island.

Alfabia and Orient Mountains: another recommended route is the one that goes from Santa María to Buñola, which takes you to the villages of Orient and Alaró. This circular route finishes in the winemaking town of Santa María del Camí, the route’s starting point.


Discover and enjoy Majorca’s most spectacular hiking routes.

Finca de Son Real: hike around a public area which preserves many natural and ethnological values as well as prehistoric sites. Estimated duration: 2 hours.

Camino del Archiduque and Puig des Teix: discover stunning landscapes, cliffs and the Tramuntana Mountains. Experienced hikers can finish at Puig des Teix, one of the highest spots in the Tramuntana Mountains, located at 3,490 ft. Estimated duration: 4.5 hours.

Four Coves Natural Area: located in the eastern part of the island, this idyllic natural landscape with pine trees, flowers and cliffs is ideal for hiking and going for a swim. Estimated duration: 3 hours.

La Trapa: in the western area of the Tramuntana Mountains, you can go on a very pleasant excursion and enjoy spectacular views from the cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean and from the old Monastery of the Trappiste Monks. Estimated duration: 3.5 hours.


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