Golden sands and breathtaking scenery

The beautiful beach resort of Camp De Mar is situated on the South West coast of Majorca clasped between two pine class headlands and offers up golden sandy beaches, turquoise waters and breath taking scenery.

Camp De Mar Deals

A superb spot for sunbathing and safe swimming

Late deals to Camp De Mar offers a resort with a rather select, peaceful ambience that has avoided major development. Several exclusive villas of the rich and famous are found hereabouts. Holidays in Camp De Mar focus on the fine golden sand and that shelve gently into the calm waters. The beach is an ideal spot for sunbathing and safe swimming. A small island in the bay is connected by a walkway.

For those of you with itchy feet, why not try your hand at some of the water sports on offer such as jet skiing and surfing or simply hire a pedalo and relax on your beach holiday in Camp De Mar. Scuba diving is also available and there are lessons and excursions available through the hotels. The bay in Camp de Mar is a perfect diving spot for beginners, and excursions to the popular northern dive sites are also available.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

Take a walk around the bay

Camp De Mar holidays offers something for everyone, take a stroll around the bay or head inland and meander round the idyllic countryside, walking around the cliff at Banalbufar is extremely popular as are the excursions to Valldemosa and Soller. Other popular Camp de Mar excursions include the attractive town of Andraitx and Marineland, a park with exotic birds, reptiles, dolphins and sharks.

Late deals to Camp de Mar are not complete without a visit to the historic old town of Palma with its museums and splendid Gothic cathedral. If golf is your thing, there are no less than 6 championship standard courses in the area – so you won’t be short of options on your holiday to Camp De Mar.

There are a handful of excellent restaurants in Camp de Mar that offer traditional Majorcan dishes as well as some British favourites. For every type of dining option imaginable head over to Magaluf and dine in atmospheric traditional Majorcan restaurants serving excellent seafood dishes or the numerous cafes and taverns.

Places to Visit


– The islands capital holds a treasure chest of things to do. Take the Gothic Cathedral for starters which took over 400 years to complete, a magnificent structure and well worth a look. The designer boutiques draw serious spenders and window shoppers in equal amounts and the affluent harbour is a place for all to chill out and relax.


– Head into party central for a typical Balearic lively night out.