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    C’an Picafort is located on the bay of Alcudia in the municipality of Santa Margalida on the Spanish island of Majorca. With lots of fun in the sun, your holiday to this resort will be full of great memories and great food.

     

    The historic Majorcan town of C’an Picafort is a super popular resort visited by tourists from all around Europe. With a large German presence, there are many venues aimed at tourists from that country, but you’ll find some British and Irish influences as well. Holidays to C’an Picafort will involve plenty of Spanish sunshine, gorgeous coastlines and wonderful food. With a perfect location near many towns and villages, including the popular coastal resort of Alcudia - complete with a sophisticated marina and medieval walled town - it’s a great spot to make as your base if you want to travel around and see more of the resort.

     

    Once you’ve wandered the palm-lined promenades and darted off at each of the resort’s beaches during the day, why not explore the many watersports  that are available, as well as exciting nearby aqua parks and sailing trips, so you’re sure to make a splash on C’an Picafort holidays.  Spend your evenings admiring the resorts bustling nightlife – starting at the Paseo Colon, a shopping street which leads down to the quaint harbour.

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    Get Around Town

    C’an Picafort sprawls over 2 kilometres of coastline, allowing plenty of space to sunbathe. The main centre for tourists is situated across a criss-cross of narrow streets behind the beach, and it’s ideal for soaking up local culture. The Paseo Colón (the main avenue of C'an Picafort) is parallel to the beach and promenade, and boasts gorgeous landscaped foliage as well as shops, bars and restaurants.

    There’s also the authentic Old Town where you can find the marina and town hall, plus a walk up takes you to the beautiful gardens of ‘La Residencia’ and the old church. There’s also tourist office if you need more advice and the post office for those postcards.

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    Action & Adventure

    There’s a lot of entertainment and sporting activities to engage in at C’an Picafort. Cultural day trips can be organised to parts of Northern Majorca with many quiet, traditional towns to visit nearby. Bird watchers go wild for the natural wildlife reserve of S’Albufera. It features marsh and salt lands and many, many, species of birds and wild animals. Travel to the Tramuntana Mountain range for stunning natural beauty. Or, for the more active, there’s go-karting and pedal boats. And you can rollerblade or cycle down the scenic promenade. There is also an 18-hole golf course nearby for those that fancy testing their swing.

     
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    Discover Nearby Alcudia

    If you feel like seeing more of the island and the neighbouring villages, Santa Margalida offers an authentic and historical experience of Majorca. Walk the traditional Spanish streets and explore the resort’s long history. Alcudia and Pollensa are only a 20-minute drive away if you fancy discovering what delights these neighbouring resort towns hold. The beach of Son Serra de Marina is an absolute treat, with transparent waters, soft sand as well as gorgeous views to match.

     
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    Eat, Eat, Eat

    Like many places on the island of Majorca, the beach resort of C’an Picafort is great for food lovers. The tourist centre and promenade are packed with restaurants, but if you’re craving fresh seafood the harbourfront is the place to go. Seek out some great tapas in one of the local eateries, and make sure you taste the delicious Spanish wine.   

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