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Camp de Mar lies in the south west corner of Majorca and benefits from a short transfer from Palma’s airport. It is a small, rather exclusive resort with modern four and five star accommodation and a number of excellent restaurants. The beach, protected by pine covered headlands, is soft and sandy and the water is invitingly clear and blue. A Camp de Mar holiday offers a relaxing break where you can escape the crowds. It is a pretty resort offering a range of leisure facilities.
If you are looking for a peaceful holiday with guaranteed sunshine in an exclusive resort you need look no further than Camp de Mar. The sand is soft and shelves gently into the warm welcoming water which is sheltered by the verdant headland. Golfers will be pleased with the number of courses in the area and walkers can enjoy the many shady woodland tracks.
A Camp de Mar holiday is very popular with couples looking for an escape from the rigours of working life. Its relaxed atmosphere also appeals to older couples as well as families with young children who are also attracted by the beach.
The holiday season in Camp de Mar lasts from the end of April until late October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
Camp de Mar is situated on the southwest coast of Majorca only twenty five kilometres from the capital, Palma. The bay is flanked by wooded headlands offering shelter to the soft sandy beach. The sparklingly clear sea gently laps the shore, inviting paddlers and bathers into its warm waters. It is an attractive resort with a small number of medium rise hotel accommodation as well as apartments and villas.
Camp de Mar has shops providing holiday essentials and the usual gifts and souvenirs. For a greater variety of goods take a bus to neighbouring resort of Santa Ponsa or travel to Palma with its designer boutiques and specialist shops set in the medieval heart of the city.
There are bars and restaurants providing some evening entertainment but Camp de Mar is not a party resort and tends to sleep at night. There is a popular bar on a rocky island close to the shore that is accessed via a jetty. It is a pleasant place to spend the evening sipping cocktail while watching the lights dancing on the water.
Golfers will find a number of championship courses in the area including the eighteen hole course at Andratx.
Camp de Mar nightlife is mainly hotel based. There is a small, popular bar, on a rocky island in the bay accessed by a jetty, which serves delicious cocktails. Although there are a number of bars in the resort those looking for a livelier time should take a taxi to neighbouring Santa Ponsa where there are many bars, clubs and discos. Magaluf with its legendary nightlife is only eight kilometres away.
Camp de Mar has shops providing holiday essentials as wall as those selling gifts and souvenirs. The larger neighbouring resorts have a wider choice of goods and Palma with its exclusive boutiques and specialist shops is only a short bus ride away.
Many holidaymakers dine in the excellent hotel restaurants. There are also a number of attractive venues providing traditional food.
Fish plays a large part in Majorcan menus and is always fresh and generally beautifully cooked. Tapas are a good way to sample local food as a variety of dishes are served in small portions, ideal as a first course or to fill the sometimes lengthy gap between lunch and dinner.