From jet-skis to hikes and golf to boutique shopping, you won't run out of things to do on holidays to Camp de Mar.

Elite neighbours

Set on the south-west edge of the Spanish Balearic Island of Majorca, Camp de Mar attracts the rich and famous to its Blue Flag award-winning beach. But don't come just for the shore – this place is a hotspot for snorkelling, fresh seafood and shopping.

Practise your putt

Within the in-the-know crowd that flocks to this region, you'll meet some keen golfers – and for good reason. The 18-hole Golf de Andratx course is just a few minutes' stroll from the resort, and there are some breezy coastal walks in the area, too.

For the night owls

Don't expect crazy parties in Camp de Mar – this is more of a chilled nightcap in a hotel bar kind of place. If you want something a tad livelier, drive 15 minutes down the coast to Santa Ponsa. It's the same driving time to Magaluf's neon bars and dance clubs, for those whose feet are itching for the dancefloor.

Diverse days out

You can be as refined or rugged as you like here. Just 20 minutes by boat from Camp de Mar's main street of designer clothing shops, there's a national park on Dragonera Island. Hike trails to Roman ruins as regal falcons swoop through the skies overhead.

At a Glance

  • Spy on sea creatures from the Blue Flag award-winning beach
  • Feast on succulent seafood at a local restaurant
  • Sip locally made wine in a laidback bar