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Hotels in Can Picafort

Located on the north-east coast of Majorca, C'an Picafort is a quiet and unassuming beach resort perfect for romantic getaways, also offering some great family facilities. Once a small fishing village, the resort, like much of Majorca, boomed into a popular destination with tourists during the second half of the 20th century. But it's lost none of its original charm and exclusivity.

Things to do

Easily one of the prettiest locations in the Balearic Islands, C'an Picafort has 13km of white, sandy beaches on which to while away the hours in the sun. The gentle waters are perfect for young kids to play safely while the more adventurous can try their hand at various watersports.

C'an Picafort itself is suitably small and easy to get around on foot with some beautiful walks in an idyllic setting. Stroll or cycle a little way out of town and discover the pretty bay and cobbled promenade of Puerto Pollensa. Spend the day here relaxing in the marina or visiting the bustling weekly market.

Those wishing to travel further afield for a busier day can visit Alcudia, a 20-minute drive north of C'an Picafort. Here you can find an old walled town, medieval-style narrow streets and the stunning San Jaume Church. Near to the town is Pollentia where visitors with an interest in history can see first-hand the excavations and amphitheatre which showcase Alcudia's Roman past.

Sports and leisure

A stay in C'an Picafort is never dull for those who have plenty of energy. Try horse riding, driving jeep safaris or mountain biking in the craggy terrains of the Tramuntana Mountains. There's also a go-kart track near to the town which is suiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION for visitors of all ages, with free transport to the venue available from the resort centre.

Walkers and wildlife enthusiasts can enjoy striking surroundings and wonderful treks in the S'Albufera Natural Park. Here visitors can walk across the wetlands, spotting some rare birds and plant life along the way. Cyclists too are well catered for in this part of Majorca, and there are many cycle lanes to make it easy for riders to keep safe.

Dining and nightlife

Many restaurants and bars can be found both along the main strip of Paseo Colon, and along the harbour numerous seafood restaurants offer delicious delicacies. For those wishing to dance the night away after their meal, there's a fantastic choice of well-established pubs, bars and discos by the beach.?

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