Who’s to say you cannot still be active on your holiday? Majorca is a place of rest and relaxation but also an infinite amount of water sports that range from the classic ones like diving and new and up-and-coming ones like paddleboarding. With its privileged location off the coast of the Mediterranean, the island of Majorca is an invitation to explore its coral reef and discover an underwater world of unparalleled species of marine animals and flora that reside there. So whether you want to explore the depths of the Mediterranean or learn a new sport, let Gran Isla tell you all about the 5 most popular things to do in Majorca whilst on holiday…
Explore a shipwreck. Imagine the adrenaline rush you will get when diving into the shores of the Mediterranean to discover a shipwreck, 28 metres below surface; explore Palma’s magnificent caves, see unparalleled marine species for the first time and admire the beautiful underwater scenery near an islet off Majorca…Trust Big Blue Diving Majorca near the Tropico Playa Hotel in Palmanova to be your expert guides beneath the surface of the Mediterranean.
Sail away on a catamaran. The port of Santa Ponsa is the ideal place to set off from on a luxurious catamaran, on which you will enjoy the beautiful coast whilst sitting back and savouring delicious tapas and refreshing cocktails. Or, you can go on a glass-bottom boat to discover the underwater world in the Med without getting wet and staying warm and comfortable.
Race your friends on a jet ski. This is the best way to explore Majorca’s coast your own way, the way you like, with your own friends and not with other holidaymakers you do not know… Rent Jet Ski Palmanova allows you to explore the island without any kind of license or reservation needed, just pop in and say hi!
Test your balance on a paddleboard. This is the newest trend in water sports which has arrived to Majorca and is here to stay. Contrary to what you may think, it takes a lot of strength and balance to stay on the board and for those who like staying in shape on holiday, be assured that this sport will work all your muscles. And if you fall off, which you are bound to do if you are a first-timer, you will only be falling into the refreshing water of the Mediterranean, so it’s a win-win situation!
Enjoy a fun family activity. Let your kids explore the Mediterranean in the most enjoyable way: on a pedalo. The beaches of Santa Ponsa and Palmanova are dotted with pedalos equipped with a fun slide that you can take out to see and watch your little ones giggle with glee as they race down and into the sea over and over again.
Come and explore the Mediterranean with Gran Isla Hotels!