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An island of infinite sandy beaches, sparkling Mediterranean seascapes, rugged mountains and charming orange-scented villages, Mallorca is genuinely impressive. Add in the spirited nightlife, a capital city that oozes culture, and the sheer variety of exciting activities on offer, and Mallorca is a place you'll want to visit time and again.


Located in a central area of Palma Nova and close to the nightlife of Magaluf, Cook’s Club Calvià Beach is in a popular location for those who want to be entertained and soak up life on the local beaches. There are water parks, golf courses, tennis courts and plenty of water sports nearby too. The rest of the island can be explored easily from here, so make the most of everything the hotel and locality has to offer, before carving out your own island adventures.




A medieval city with a towering gothic cathedral that hugs the coastline, Palma is a visual spectacle. Spend some time soaking up the atmosphere on the streets, visit an art gallery such as Es Baluard, and take your pick from a cacophony of eateries serving divine food.



This postcard-perfect village nestled in the mountains outside Palma has an otherworldly feeling. Wander through the cobbled alleys, visit the tranquil monastery, and stop off at the Chopin Museum. And if you visit on a Sunday, make the most of the colourful weekly street market.


Formentor Lighthouse

The highest lighthouse in the Balearic Islands, Formentor can be discovered on the towering cliffs of Cap De Formentor. The views here are astounding and this castaway locality shows you another side of Mallorca entirely.


Santa Ponsa

A stunning town in a cove further along the coastline from Palma Nova, Santa Ponsa is an ideal place to spend a day. Visit the classy marina, spend some time at the sweeping beach, and enjoy some traditional Spanish food in one of the eateries.



Further along the coastline is this pretty town characterized by fine sandy beaches and its access to some incredible mountain trails in the Tramuntana mountain range. The town has a lively calendar of German beer festivals, and is also a good place to jump on a cruise to the nature reserve island of Sa Dragonera.


Puerto Portals

The focal point of this trendy coastal town is the harbour filled with luxury yachts. The marina is also home to an array of designer boutiques and high-end eateries. It’s perfect for people-watching and wending away a glamorous day.



Palma Nova Beach

One of the three beaches in Palma Nova, this beach is also known as Playa de na Nadala. At 1km long, there is plenty of space to spread out on the fine white sands here, and pretty pine trees near the beach promenade provide some shade too.


Porto Novo Beach

At 600 meters long, this is the smallest of Palma Nova's beaches. Also called Playa es Carregador locally, this is a more tranquil beach to spend some time. A nautical club is located just next door, where wake boarding and water skiing classes are held.


Son Matías

The closest beach to Cook’s Club Calvià Beach is also Palma Nova's longest at 1.2km. This Blue Flag Beach is where you can find fine white sands, shallow clear waters and plenty of facilities, including sunbed hire and a number of bars and restaurants.


Es Trenc Beach

Regularly hailed as the most famous beach in Mallorca, Es Trenc is a natural, unspoiled beach in a national park. The 2km of fine white sand is backed by rolling sand dunes, and there are a few cafes and restaurants for people who want to spend the whole day there.

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