Captivating Cabo Blanco
Looking out from soft white sand onto vibrantly blue waves from the Alboran Sea, Cabo Blanco holidays provide scintillating sights of outstanding natural beauty, whether that be out to sea or inland towards the clustered pine forests that litter the inner coast.
Only a 15 minute drive from Palma, and pretty well-located to visit the whole island, Cabo Blanco is the ideal base from which to explore the rest of Majorca from, with idyllic beaches and picturesque views, you’ll be able to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere while also remaining close to the action in party hotspots such as Magaluf.
Bountiful Beauty and Stunning Scenery
If you really want to take in the scenery then a good way to do so is by cycling along the many cycling routes that have now been placed in the area during your holidays to Cabo Blanco - there’s nothing quite like hiring a bike and experiencing the quiet serenity of pine forests and untouched sands as you traverse the island. Stopping off at one of the beaches is an obvious starting point on your travels, and with a number of organised water sports to get the heart racing, you’ll be primed and ready to experience the bustling nightlife found in Magaluf, just a short drive away.
The idea of leaving the magic of Majorca behind is a daunting one, but before you do it’s important to visit Alcudia before the sun sets on your Cabo Blanco holidays. A cultural gem, Alcudia is full of white-washed buildings and artefacts to keep even the most well-travelled culture vulture entertained; the Old Town gives an insight into a forgotten era of stone fortifications and barricades, Xara Gate does much of the same while Hidropark is a great place to let the kids off the leash amid an array of exciting slides and alluring amusements.