A fascinating glimpse of a true Majorcan lifestyle
Santa Margalida holidays offer you a taste of Majorca as it used to be. For those who look beyond the bright lights of the busier seaside resorts, you’ll be treated to a fascinating glimpse of a true Majorcan lifestyle.
Life here centres on the large village square, and just as you’d imagine, the impressive Gothic church. Tables and chairs spill onto the pavement where the older generation play backgammon and put the world to rights.
Don’t worry though; there are still plenty of facilities here ensuring that you never need to leave the village, however, if you do fancy exploring, then Santa Margalida is the perfect base from which to do it.
Quick Santa Margalida Tips
The currency used on holidays in Santa Margalida is the Euro
Holders of a valid UK passport do not need a visa for Santa Margalida holidays
The time difference between Sanya Margalida and the UK is GMT + 1 hour
Visit the golden sands of Alcudia
The golden sands of Alcudia and the shops, bars and restaurants of C'an Picafort are just a few kilometres away, or hire a car and discover secluded bays and coves along the coastline. Rent a bike and cycle along the many pathways and trails that this region has to offer, or simply enjoy them on foot.
S'Albufera National Park is the largest wetland area in the Balearics and a nature lover’s paradise with 200 species of birds, 29 species of fish, 8 species of bat and 66 species of fungi! It makes a fascinating and educational day out for the whole family.
Villa holidays in Santa Margalida offer the ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of modern day life and the chance to relax in your own little slice of Majorcan paradise. Last minute holidays to Santa Margalida are available to book online at Latedeals.co.uk today.
Top Places to Visit
For a fun packed family day out, visit Marineland with its dolphins, sea lions, penguins, lizards, snakes and parrots, there’s something here for the whole family.
Head over to the south west of the island to its fascinating capital, Palma. The old town is a big hit with its 14th century castle, narrow flower strewn streets and traditional tapas bars.
Head to the beach at Alcudia and enjoy a leisurely lunch at the beautiful marina. Enjoy freshly caught fish dishes beside bobbing yachts and relax as you watch the world go by.