Peaceful Porto Cristo Holidays
Once a small fishing village, Porto Cristo holidays have turned into a family friendly and quiet place to relax; sunbathing, swimming and trying out the local cuisine are among the main things to do when you arrive in this picturesque oasis – a simple yet effective way to really unwind from the strains and stresses of everyday life. Along the east coast of Majorca and once one of the more popular resorts along this stretch of shoreline, those looking for a tranquil setting in which to isolate themselves from the world will be happy to find that Cala Millor has since drawn visitors away from this beautiful beach, while being close enough to visit should you fancy something a little livelier.
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Porto Cristo, Majorca
At a glance
- Time Zone: GMT +
- Average flight time: 2h 45m
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Porto Cristo attractions
Booked your holiday to Porto Cristo? Check out these tips and ideas on what to do on your holiday in Porto Cristo.
Nurture Yourself in Nature’s Bliss
Holidays to Porto Cristo are best known for their sandy exploits, but with the nearby Drach Caves an ideal attraction to explore, it’s definitely worth dragging yourself away from the beach for an hour or two in pursuit of the stunning underworld. Some of the biggest caves in Spain, the Drach Caves, or Dragon Caves as they’re also known, contain Lake Martel, the biggest underground lake in the world, providing the perfect allure of historical appeal in this stunning setting.
Discover the Region
As you’re visiting the caves you can always pop up for air only to immerse yourself in the extensive range of water sports found along the eastern coast, whether you’re into surfing, snorkelling or diving, or perhaps just want to get involved in all of the activity, there’s a good mixture of beginner and more advanced classes at the local scuba school. Porto Cristo holidays are also home to numerous glass-bottom boat rides so you can peruse the coral and exotic marine life that lurks beneath the big blue, just off of resorts such as S’Illot and Sa Coma.