A mere hop, skip and a jump from the capital Palma and the airport, Mallorca’s sun-drenched south has it all going on. Blissful beaches – check. Sleepily authentic inland towns – check. Arty communities & lively resorts – check. The South has a laid back relaxed atmosphere with vast stretches of virgin white sand and turquoise waters, historical honey stone villages that come alive on market days and pretty harbours with restaurants dishing out the local catch.
As the most developed part of the island, a whole host of accommodation options await you in the south of Mallorca. Call our experienced travel consultants on 0800 622 6000 today for more information on the best places to stay.
When to Go?
Mallorca experiences great Mediterranean weather with temperatures much more pleasant that that of continental Europe. Summers in Majorca are normally hot and dry while winters tend to be pleasant and mild. Temperatures reach the mid 30's in July and August whilst at either end of the peak months they fall to a more manageable 22-24 degrees. The Island of Majorca is large and covered with mountains. The Southeast sheltered part of the island is warmer than the northwest. Coastal towns receive 300 days of sunshine annually.
At first glance Santa Ponsa, appears to be little more than a resort for a traditional family beach holiday â€“ yet it hides a wealth of natural and historical features and plays host to some of the most luxurious properties in Mallorca. The town centre enjoys a stunning backdrop of mountains and woods. Overall the resort of Santa Ponsa appeal with so much to see and do, Santa Ponsa is considered to be very family friendly. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Santa-Ponsa
In an island famous for its touristy destinations,
Colonia Sant Jordi is a hidden gem off the beaten path. Nature lovers, water sports enthusiasts and foodies will love this traditional fishing village in Majorcaâ€™s sout-heast coast.
Colonia Sant Jordiâ€™s party scene is not as big as its neighbour Cala dâ€™Orâ€™s. But you can always head there after a foodie tour of the village, which includes stops at Colonia Sant Jordiâ€™s best bars. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Sant-Jordi
Palma is Mallorca's vibrant capital, stylish and intimate, yet bursting with life. Half of the island's population dwells in this city, lively all year round with luxury hotels, trendy restaurants, cafes, shops and nightlife as well as a thriving art scene. It's often compared to Barcelona and, being within a 15-minute taxi ride from the airport, it makes for the perfect city break.
The city boasts an enormous harbour which begins in front of the cathedral and borders the west. The wheelchair acessible promenade stretches all the way to the ferry port and cruise terminal, making it perfect for a stroll. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Palma
El Toro is a small and quiet town with only a few hotels. El Toro is best known for its harbour Port Adriano and is now one of the largest and most modern marinas in Mallorca. During the summer, the marina hosts many events, including concerts, sailing regattas, and 'fun parades' - a mix of street performances of dance, comedy and circus. These parades take place in the evenings during July and August from Tuesday to Sunday and is free of charge.
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Palma Nova is a real family favourite on Majorca's south-west coast. It was one of the first purpose-built resorts on the island and it's earned its stripes with a seafront promenade packed with pubs and bars. The resort has nabbed a great location, too. It's just 15 kilometres from the capital, Palma, and a 10-minute walk to joined-at-the-hip neighbour, Magaluf. Palma Nova plays to families. Restaurants will happily serve up kids dishes, while the beach has a small play area for little ones. In the resort, you've got Golf Fantasia, a trio of mini golf courses set round caves and waterfalls. And just up the road there's a go-karting track and waterpark. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Palma-Nova
Magaluf is only 10 miles away from Palma so if you want to explore past the resort, the capital also has a lot to offer. Magaluf has it all; sun, sand and sea combine for Majorca holidays that cannot be forgotten! Magaluf has a large amount of bars to keep you out until the early hours of the morning. There are many pubs, cafes, cocktail bars, nightclubs and discos so you have plenty to chose from. And it doesn't matter what or when you want to eat - there are plenty of restaurants offering local and international cuisine. Click here to view all our accessible accommodation in Magaluf
Paguera came from humble beginnings as a fishing village, but nowadays the modern resort is known for its easygoing, beach-centric way of life, and a lively after-dark scene. The resort is clean and well laid-out, with three beaches, Playa Palmira, Playa Tora, and Playa La Romana, each of which has plenty of facilities for disabled. Three lively beaches, a shorefront acessible promenade that comes to life after dark, plus easy access to Magaluf and Palma - holidays to Paguera tick off all of the above.
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Can Pastilla is the closest resort to the city of Palma which is full of interesting cultural attractions, great restaurants and vibrant atmosphere. The airport is just 2km away so transfers to the resort are super-quick, usually taking only ten minutes or so. Can Pastilla has a long sandy beach which is clear and warm, and has amenities such as toilets, showers and snack bars. There are also nearby attractions including a the popular Palma Aquarium. There are no shortage of cultural and leisure attractions in the region around C'an Pastilla.
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How to Book?
Here at Disabled Access Holidays our devoted sales team, with over 15 years combined experience, will help you find and book your dream accessible holiday.
They will guide you through your options and will help you make the best decision based on your needs and what you are looking for. Each disabled holiday
is tailor made to the client so no two holidays are the same.