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Hotels in Mallorca
Our hotels on Mallorca offer you the opportunity to enjoy a fabulous holiday experience and discover one of the Mediterranean’s most delightful islands. You’ll immediately fall in love with its light, vibrant colours and fabulous sunsets that colour the sea in shades of gold and ochre, as well as its wealth of architectural, cultural and historical heritage.
It’s easy to get carried away by the delights of the Balearic Islands, and even more so if you choose to stay at any of our hotels on Mallorca. If you still haven’t chosen your next holiday destination, don’t leave it a moment longer! Book online now with Universal Beach Hotels!
What to see and do in Sant Elm
Facing the islet of Es Pentaleu and the island of Sa Dragonera, the former fishing village of Sant Elm, also known as Sant Elmo or San Telmo, is a truly magical destination and the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday with your partner or family. Discover a wide variety of excursions such as a visit to “Sa Trapa” and its monastery, the Sa Dragonera nature and marine reserve or a walk to the Cala Basset Tower and the Cap de Lleibeix lighthouse.
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What to see and do in Paguera
Paguera offers a perfect mix of leisure and nature in an idyllic setting in southwest Mallorca. Lining the sea promenade is a wide range of eateries and shopping options, and there is also a variety of hiking and cycling routes, all within easy reach of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range.
It has beautiful beaches such as La Romana or Cala Fornells, perfect beaches for children, as well as a wide range of water sports and activities for the more adventurous holiday-goer. Don’t miss out on hiking the trail to Es Capdella to enjoy the spectacular scenery.
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What to see and do in Formentera
Formentera is the smallest of the Balearic Islands (83.2 km2), although it boasts an extensive coastline (69 km) dotted with countless beaches and coves, as well as delightful coastal spots. Formentera is, without a doubt, a Mediterranean paradise and an absolute must for everyone who loves the sea and tranquil settings. A main road connects both ends of the island, from the port of Sa Savina to La Mola lighthouse. In addition to its beaches, the island’s many attractions include picturesque towns and villages, historic monuments and natural settings. Don’t miss a visit to Ses Salines Nature Park, the lighthouse and historic mill in La Mola. Other highlights include towns such as Caló de Sant Agustí or Sant Francesc Xavier, the megalithic tomb of Ca Na Costa, beaches such as Ses Illetes, Cala Saona, Caló des Mort, Migjorn or Ses Platgetes, the defence towers, Cap de Barbaria lighthouse and the island of s’Espalmador, etc. Come and explore Formentera – we know you’ll love it!
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What to see and do in Magaluf
Magaluf, located in the southwest of Majorca, is famous for being the liveliest spot on the island. But it’s not just that, it has much more to offer, such as wonderful beaches, restaurants, bars and exclusive seafront beach clubs.
In recent years a huge transformation has taken place, turning Magaluf into a leisure hub for adults and families, with attractions and parks; Katmandu Park, Karting Magaluf, Western Water Park and Piratas Adventure are just some of the entertainment options.
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What to see and do in Playa de Palma
Playa de Palma includes the districts of Can Pere Antoni, El Molinar, Es Coll d'en Rabassa, Son Riera, Can Pastilla, Las Maravillas and El Arenal. The eastern end is just a short walk from La Seu, Palma’s cathedral. The sea promenade, which backs Playa de Palma’s 6 kilometres, is lined with stores, bars, clubs and restaurants, making this destination the ideal choice for a fun-filled holiday on Mallorca. Palma Aquarium, the exclusive Portitxol area, or Palma city centre, which is very well connected by public transport, are all places not to be missed when staying in Playa de Palma.
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What to see and do in Sant Jordi
Colonia de Sant Jordi, near Ses Salines, is one of the most significant tourist spots on the island due to its wonderful 6km beach, known as Majorca paradise, the unspoiled Es Trenc beach.
From Sant Jordi it is easy to visit the Cabrera marine reserve and national park, which can be reached by boat and has wonderful virgin coves and incredible beaches such as Es Caragol and Es Carbó. Just a few kilometers away is the Mondragó National Park, perfect for nature and bird lovers.
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Que ver en S'Illot
S’Illot, nestling on Mallorca’s east coast, is peppered with charming sheltered coves, far from the crowds and just the thing for enjoying a relaxing holiday on Mallorca. They include Playa de S’Illot, the beach from which it takes its name, or Cala Morlanda, an unspoilt rocky cove that is perfect for snorkelling fans. Explore the long sea promenade lined with a wide choice of stores, restaurants and souvenir shops. An experience guaranteed to leave lasting memories.
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What to see and do in Cala Millor
Cala Millor has numerous leisure and entertainment options, and also boasts one of the island’s best-known beaches. Almost two kilometres long, it is backed by a superb sea promenade that is perfect for enjoying a relaxing stroll or bike ride, as well as jogging and skating. Next to the Costa de los Pinos and just kilometers from Sa Coma, both of which can be hiked, this town is located on the east of the island and has become one of the most popular tourist towns in Majorca.
It has a wide range of leisure options, bars and restaurants as well as shops and boutiques featuring top brands, jewelry, perfumery and much more.
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What to see and do in Canyamel
Canyamel is known for being one of the most tranquil towns in Majorca, surrounded by mountains, pine trees and a wonderful sandy beach that meets the Torrente de Canyamel.
Visit the awe-inspiring Artá Caves and marvel at this natural monument located just kilometers from Canyamel. If you are a golfing enthusiast, Canyamel offers an 18 hole golf course with par 73 where you can practice your favorite sport.
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What to see and do in Playa de Muro
Playa de Muro is a natural paradise, renowned for the magnificent beaches of fine white sand stretching out behind its natural dune systems, as well as for its fabulous leisure and entertainment offer. It is also perfect for cycling lovers thanks to the wide choice of routes, or for discovering the local wildlife in its famous S’Albufera, a protected nature park of immense environmental wealth.