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Calvia Hotels

In the west of the sunny island of Majorca lies the area of Calvia, close to the busy city of Palma, and home to many tourist attractions and historic sites. With sandy beaches and clear seas, it's a popular spot for sunbathing and relaxing, and there are plenty of resorts along the coast where you can simply sit by the pool all day. One of the most popular towns in Calvia is lively Magaluf, a haven for party goers during the day and night, but if you prefer a more sedate pace of life then there's also plenty to choose from.

Things to see

Marineland Mallorca is an essential day out on a family holiday, with an aquarium, live animal shows, and the chance to pet the friendly dolphins who amaze the crowd during their daily shows. If this gets you in the mood for a swim, then head to the Western Water Park in Magaluf with its thrilling slides, colourful flume rides, and areas for kids to splash around and make noise, all with a fun Wild West theme that family groups love. For a more peaceful day out the Puerto Portals Marina is an excellent place to take a stroll, watching the boats come in while sipping a glass of wine. In addition to upmarket restaurants and cafés, you'll also find stylish boutiques along the marina, many keeping with the nautical theme. The area is also famous for its golf courses, and the Santa Ponsa Golf Course offers 18 holes set around a calm lake, with dramatic mountain scenery in the background.

Hotels in Calvia

Calvia hotels range from budget options, to luxury resorts, with most visitors seeking the popular 3 to 4 star accommodations that line the coast. These hotels are ideal for holidaymakers who want to soak up the sunshine, with features such as outdoor pools, rooms with balconies, and poolside bars. Some places offer packages such as half board or all inclusive rates, and have multiple restaurants to choose from, as well as bars and lounges that open until late. Guestrooms also have plenty of amenities to welcome you, and you'll enjoy extras such as satellite television, air conditioning, daily housekeeping, and WiFi.

Where to stay

Magaluf is one of the best known parts of Calvia, and has a reputation for being a party town. It attracts a broad range of visitors, from singles to families, although you have to enjoy a lively atmosphere with bars, nightclubs, and plenty of English cuisine on offer from expatriates who have opened restaurants. If this isn't your scene, then just a short distance away you have endless choices of small villages, or quieter resorts such as El Toro with its small sandy beach, stone houses, and its quiet promenade where you can enjoy the view.

How to get to Calvia

Palma de Mallorca Airport is the most popular arrival point on the island, and here you'll find plenty of car rental desks and taxis waiting to take you to your hotel. It's just a 25 minute drive to the heart of Calvia, or many of the popular beach areas, and you can also take a bus into central Palma, then change for various destinations in the Calvia municipality. There are also regular ferries to Palma which provides a spectacular way to arrive on the island, with services running from Barcelona, Valencia, Ibiza, and Mahon.