Holidays to Ca’n Picafort are all about taking it easy. The long sandy beach starts right on your doorstep, the lively town is completely walkable, and the seafront bars and restaurants offer great views over the bay.
Are you looking for a long sandy beach with lively bars and restaurants that's also ideal for the little ones? Well, Ca’n Picafort ticks all those holiday boxes and offers a perfect spot for relaxing after a Mediterranean cruise.
The emerging Cruise & Stay hot-spot
Ca’n Picafort is a lesser-known area of Majorca, tucked away on the Bay of Alcudia on the north east of the island. Other areas of the island are still accessible, such as the town of Alcudia, which is only a 20-minute drive away. Though, considering Ca’n Picafort has all the facilities you need for a cracking beach break at the beginning or end of a cruise holiday, you won't need to venture far.
The jewel in Ca’n Picafort’s crown is its long crescent-shaped beach. Gently sloping to the sea, it’s perfect for paddling tots and sand-castle building kids. While teens and adults will enjoy the huge range of watersports on offer. From jet-skiing and banana-boating to paragliding and windsurfing, there's no end to the fun.
Eat, drink and dance
The streets of Ca’n Picafort are lined with bars and restaurants to suit all tastes. From traditional Majorcan tapas to international cuisine, you will find it here. And whether it’s a karaoke bar that takes your fancy, or sipping sangria while overlooking the ocean, there are evening options for everyone, too. There are even two discos for dancing the night away.
A town for trinkets
Head to Ca’n Picafort’s palm-lined main strip, Paseo Colon, for a parade of shops to haggle over some souvenirs and trinkets. The street is also dotted with bars and restaurants, so take a leisurely stroll and stop for ice-cream to cool down under the warm Majorcan sun. Paseo Colon leads down to Ca’n Picafort’s harbour, where you’ll find seafood restaurants serving fresh-from-the-ocean fare.