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Picturesque Porto Colom

A seaside gem sitting along the stunning south-east coast of popular Spanish island Majorca, Porto Colom holidays will invite you to enjoy a peaceful haven of not only beautiful beaches and warm weather, but also a feeling of authenticity and charm, with much to discover in the area from phenomenal local flavours to exhilarating water sport activities.

Ideal for those who can’t seem to stay still, holidays to Porto Colom can be filled with as many or as few activities as you please. Take to the water and try your hand at water-skiing, sailing or wakeboarding, or if you’d prefer something a little less strenuous why not jump on a banana boat? Always a firm family favourite. Of course, if none of this sounds appealing, you can certainly just sit back on the shoreline and spectate as you soak up the gorgeous sunshine and work on your much desired Spanish tan.

Most popular hotels in Porto Colom

Ola Club Cecilia Apartments
Ola Club Cecilia Apartments
Ola Club Cecilia Apartments

Porto Colom, Majorca

from €382 pp
JS Es Corso Aparthotel
JS Es Corso Aparthotel
JS Es Corso Aparthotel

Porto Colom, Majorca

from €247 pp

At a glance

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish
  • Time Zone: GMT +1
  • Average flight time: 2h 40m

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Porto Colom attractions

Famous for its picturesque bay and sleepy village charm, holidays in Porto Colom offer a change from the purpose-built resorts that populate the Majorcan coast. If you're lucky enough to be heading here on a holiday, check out our list of top things to do in Porto Colom to ensure you make the most of your getaway.

More to Majorca Than Meets the Eye

Discover the many faces of Majorca during your trip, with no better place to explore than the capital city of Palma. You can easily head to the city for the day with the journey taking approximately 55 minutes by car. Admire the breath-taking Palma Cathedral and browse the many shops for a bit of retail therapy before choosing a fine restaurant to enjoy a top-notch evening meal.

If you’re not keen on venturing too far from the idyllic south-eastern shoreline then you can always head slightly north up the coast to Porto Cristo or Cala Millor found a little further up again. These picture-perfect resorts will provide you with a change of scenery without taking you away from the golden sands.