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Palma de Mallorca: Favorite Areas

Stay in a bright and breezy beach hotel on the coast of Palma de Mallorca to experience this vibrant island’s exceptional beaches, lively nightlife and friendly locals. The capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca is a port city and hub of activity, combining the best of a beach vacation with a cultural escape to one of Spain’s most beautiful islands. Whether you’re traveling as a family or with your loved one, you’ll find plenty to fall for in Palma.

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Beach Hotels Palma de Mallorca

Your luxury beach hotel in Palma de Mallorca is your gateway to a charming Mediterranean Island, complete with exciting topography, dramatic mountain vistas, ancient sites and golden beaches. The capital of the archipelago and located on the largest island of Mallorca, Palma has plenty to offer families and couples seeking a unique and sunny beachside retreat in Spain.

Beach Hotels in Palma de Mallorca: Our picks for the best beach vacations in the Mediterranean

Unwind on the Beaches of Palma de Mallorca

It’s likely that Palma de Mallorca will be your first port-of-call upon entry into the Balearic Islands, making for an exciting base from which to explore the rest of the island. Located on the west coast of Mallorca, between the glittering Mediterranean and the mighty Tramuntana Mountains, Palma de Mallorca provides the perfect vacation for sun seekers, active couples and culture vultures alike. Bordered by turquoise water and white sands, hotels along Palma de Mallorca’s coast are a short distance from the main beaches of Can Pere Antoni (Palma City Beach) and Cala Major Beach. Ciudad Jardin is a Blue Flag beach just five kilometers from the city which can be relied upon for gentle surf and plenty of sand – perfect for families with little ones. Some Palma de Mallorca beach hotels also provide access to private beaches or pool facilities if you want to stay sand free! There’s more to this vibrant city than just its spectacular beaches, however. During the day you can visit the 14th century Bellver Castle for exceptional views over the city and its harbor. Come nightfall, Palma’s winding cobbled streets spring to life with trendy cocktails bars and traditional eateries serving freshly caught fish and Spanish tapas.

Discover the beauty of the Balearic Islands

If you’re looking to venture into nature, Mallorca provides ample opportunity to explore. The rolling hills, deep blue reservoirs and medieval towns of the Tramuntana mountain range tempt hikers while the stunning cliffs and lookout points along the Cap de Formentor is a dream for cyclists looking for adventure. The neighboring island of Ibiza is equally beautiful, and while famous for its party scene, Ibiza is also packed with gorgeous beaches, sleepy traditional fishing villages and charming beach hotels. While the south of the island is dominated by nightclubs, the north of the island is much more peaceful. A great place to base yourself is the small resort town of Portinatx. This beauty spot is popular with families for its many sandy beaches and ample activities such as sunset cruises and cave tours. The town is also just 10 minutes from San Juan, Ibiza’s so-called last remaining village. San Juan is a wonderful day trip, ideal for getting out of the sun to enjoy a relaxing stroll through a traditional village, distinguishable by white-washed houses, cozy local cafes and an 18th century church.

Coast to Coast: Beach Hotels in Spain

Back on the mainland, beach hotels all along the Spanish coast provide an exceptional home-away-from-home. For a vacation that blends the best a city break with a beach getaway, look no further than Barcelona. The vibrant capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is one of Europe’s most exciting and attractive cities, famous for its architectural wonders, a rich Catalan culture and the best paella in the world. Stroll down the tree-lined La Rambla to pick up a souvenir and enjoy a coffee in the morning sun, then return to your beach hotel on La Barceloneta and have access to kilometers of golden sand and an aquarium the kids will love. The south coast of Spain is just as enticing. This is where you’ll find the Costa del Sol, one of the most popular and beloved destinations for a beach hotel. Stay in Marbella for access to a variety of beach-related activities alongside a historic and enchanting town. Luxury beach hotels near the picture-postcard Pinomar and Cabopino mean fun in the surf is just a few minutes’ walk away, while Marbella’s green and charming Casco Antiguo (Old Town) is a wonderful place to spend an evening.