Medieval history, fabulous shopping and colourful nightlife
Late deals to Cala Ratjada offer an extensive choice of accommodations ranging from 5 star luxury hotels to smaller budget friendly properties. The original harbour from the humble fishing village days is still central to the resort but is more accustomed the private expensive yachts settling on its waters than little traditional fishing boats. Leading away from the popular sailing vicinity is a promenade lined with a range of shops selling local handicrafts and souvenirs great for an afternoon of shopping. Just 5 miles from the resort in the town of Capdepera is a fantastic 18 hole golf course for those keen to work on their swing. Alternatively take a break from it all and be swept away by the local delights the resort has to offer. From the fabulous historic village of Capdepera you can wander around a medieval castle or venture further on to The Arta Caves, a truly amazing natural wonder over a million years old, surrounded by lush mountains.
A popular excursion on Cala Ratjada holidays is a day trip to the capital city of Menorca, Ciutadella, which on a clear day is visible from the harbour. Daily hydrofoil’s tip toe the Mediterranean to take you to Majorca’s closest Balearic neighbour for a day of shopping and sight seeing.
By night Cala Ratjada explodes into a colourful array of bars, clubs and restaurants with many staying open till the early hours of the morning for those wanting the party atmosphere. In a stark comparison the resort becomes a haven for many older guests seeking mild sun in the winter months whilst enjoying the picturesque setting of the quaint local villages for entertainment. Late deals to Cala Ratjada will leave you feeling refreshed and awoken to the Spanish flavour of Majorcan life and are available to book online at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
– Head to the island’s capital city and the delights it holds. From Gothic architecture to designer boutiques, not forgetting the affluent harbour with it’s expensive yachts glistening in the sunshine.
– Visit Majorca’s biggest and most famous market. Every Thursday the town comes to life with everything you could possibly want to buy. The town is also famous for it’s leather goods and you can visit factories here aswell.
– A wonderful new concept in adventure parks, visit the Fun House, an upside down Tibetan mansion, then there’s the Himalaya Interactive Games, magical illusions and amazing robotics. Make sure you leave time to visit Desperados where a laser wild wet shoot out awaits. There’s even an 18 hole mini golf course to tackle.