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Top Tips to Holiday in Mallorca with Children

Mallorca is a highly popular holiday destination for holiday-makers from all walks of life, including friend groups, couples and families with kids. This beautiful Balearic island makes holiday planning super easy, as it has everything you could ever need, however, there are many more things to consider and look up when travelling with children. If you are wondering how to get around Mallorca, where is the best to stay and what to do for a family day out – you’re in luck. This article will answer all of your questions for a holiday in Mallorca with children!

Holiday in Mallorca with Children

Top Tips to Holiday in Mallorca with Children

Getting Around Mallorca

Being the largest of Spain’s Balearic islands, exploring the different parts of Mallorca will require transportation of some kind. The easiest and most convenient thing to do would be to rent a car in Mallorca with ROIG. Having a car for the duration of your holiday would save you a lot of headache when travelling with children, including getting to and from the airport or in between different attractions on your own schedule.

However, if you can’t or don’t want to drive a vehicle, you can also use local taxis. The rates can be a bit high, particularly for the airport transportation, so make sure you always book in advance. Additionally, Mallorca has a great bus network system that will take you to most of the main locations and will be much more affordable. As long as you feel comfortable getting on the bus with young children, this could be a great option for you.

Where To Stay?

Mallorca is incredibly child-friendly and so finding accommodation for the whole family should be very simple. One of the options could be an all-inclusive holiday resort – these typically have various facilities for the little ones, such as kids slides, playgrounds and different activities with qualified staff. Besides, if you opt for an all-inclusive hotel, you don’t have to worry about getting breakfast or dinner, since they offer many different options local and international.

Another option could be renting out an apartment through Airbnb. This is a brilliant choice for those who prefer to have their own private space. You may rent a place with multiple rooms, so the kids can have their own play area, a lounge space, a balcony and a fully-functioning kitchen to cook your own meals. Depending on the area and the apartment itself, this could be a very budget-friendly holiday accommodation option.

What To Do & See?

Mallorca is home to hundreds of amazing family-friendly tourist attractions, nature parks, historical sites and other fun activities for a day out. The biggest issue you and your children will have is trying to fit everything in a short space of time!

If you are looking to spend an adventurous and activity filled day out, some of the most fun places to consider are: Palma Aquarium, Western Water Park, Aqualand, Hidropark, karting in Magaluf, Pirates Adventure, Kathmandu Park, Jungle Park in Santa Ponsa, Ostrich Farm in Campos and much more. Of course, don’t forget to walk around Palma de Mallorca and admire the magnificent architecture there as well as visit the infamous Drach caves.

For a relaxed afternoon, hitting the beach is a great idea – while the parents soak up the sun, kids can play and enjoy some of the many water sports activities available. Mallorca has dozens of beautiful beaches you can enjoy with your family, some of the best ones being: Alcudia Bay, Cala Mondrago, Es Trenc, Es Traves, Cala Formentor, Cala Mesquida and C’an Picafort beaches.

We hope you have found these top tips to holiday in Mallorca with children to be helpful. May you enjoy a wonderful vacation with your family and make plenty of memories of a lifetime!

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Shelley Whittaker

Shelley Whittaker

Shelley is the Founder of Wander & Luxe. She is an award nominated blogger and has worked in the travel, motherhood and lifestyle space since 2016. Her mission is to inspire family wanderlust by showing her adventures and sharing her knowledge and know how when travelling with kids. All whilst she tries to conquer motherhood and indulge in life’s little luxuries.

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