Relax, party, repeat
If lively is a must on your holiday tick list, you’ll love Arenal. By day, there’s the beach – a Blue Flag number that shelves gently into the sea – along with everything from boat trips to scuba diving. Then after dark, there’s a really good line-up of restaurants, and plenty of bars and clubs where the cocktail crowd party into the early hours.
City sights in Palma
Staying in Arenal puts you a 20-minute bus-ride away from Majorca’s bustling capital city, Palma. Head there during the day and you’ll have the iconic cathedral, boutique-lined avenues and traditional markets to explore. Go at night and you can sip Majorcan wine with a view of the city skyline from a rooftop terrace, or dance the night away Ibiza-style in the Pacha nightclub.
Sleepy south coast
Travel south and you’ll soon find yourself face-to-face with Majorca’s quieter side. Cala Blava, a five-minute car journey from Arenal, is a little-developed resort with modest beaches and coves that are perfect for low-key days spent chilling out on the sand.
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Arenal’s Blue Flag-awarded shoreline unravels for miles along the coast. In fact, if you keep walking west, you’ll eventually…View details »