Activities and Family Activities in Majorca
There’s so many opportunities to get outside and exercise, whether it’s kayaking, cycling, walking or windsurfing, Majorca is a haven for visitors looking for a little excitement on their holiday.
Parts of Palma, such as La Lonja and the Old Town, are steeped in history and photo-worthy architecture, and you can easily explore the narrow streets on foot. Majorca is regularly the stunning location of various music concerts and theatre performances. Many open-air live music events take place during the summer months and worldly theatre performances happen in Palma and other towns on the island all year round.
Whether you belong on the water, prefer your fitness of the dry variety or both, there’s a wealth of activities to get involved in. Besides the more established water sports like kitesurfing, jet-skiing and diving, popularity is growing in stand-up paddle surfing, which is easy to learn and fun for all the family.
Cycling, golf and tennis are huge and vastly well catered for, and there are bountiful opportunities for climbing and hiking in the Serra de Tramuntana. When the mercury rises and you prefer to work out indoors, there are plenty of air-conditioned gyms to make use of.
On the Northern Tip of the Island, Golf Clubs in Majorca offers splendid views of the Mediterranean running up into the rolling hills. The layout varies hugely crossing valleys and ravines in the process as well as many elevated tee shots and a flatter part of the course closer to the sea.