Whether you’re loved up like Tommy and Mollie-Mae and want a couple’s retreat, or newly single like Amy and Curtis and are looking for a girls or lads only holiday, we’ve got the perfect Love Island getaway tips for you…
Where to stay
If money is no object and you really want that Love Island vibe then why not stay in Love Island’s very own Casa Amor? Situated only a few minutes’ drive from Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, with a spectacular private pool overlooking the stunning views of the Mallorcan countryside, and a private chauffeur, speciality chefs and a spa service available upon request, you may find you never want to leave. Not only the perfect location for a secluded holiday with friends, family, or other couples, it’s about 10km from some of Mallora’s most beautiful beaches including; Cala Torta, Cala Mesquida, and Cala Agulla.
Adventure on horseback
If you’d rather spend your time doing something a bit more active on your holiday in Mallorca, and you’re a horse lover, visit Rancho Grande Park. Here you’ll find you can take two different types of excursions; either a trot down to the beach or a sunset ride through the Mallorcan landscapes. About 25 km from Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, depending on where you stay, you may want to look at car hire in Mallorca to get you there. It will also be handy to have easy access to travel around Mallorca with all the quaint and charming towns, such as Alcudia old town that you’ll want to explore whilst you’re there.
Get your heart racing
If you fancy getting your heart pumping, why not book an exciting buggy experience? Departing from Can Picafort – roughly 30 km from Sant Llorenc des Cardassar – not only will you get to drive through towns including Puerto de Alcudia, Alcudia, and La Victoria, but you’ll also get to take the buggy off-road too.
Enjoy a boat party
A slightly more luxurious version of a typical 18-30s boat party, catamaran sailing trips allow you to stop and explore the crystal-clear waters of Mallorca, with a swim and snorkel among the underwater wildlife. Most will set sail from one of Mallorca’s most popular ports, Port of Palma, but you will be able to find some that board from North of Mallorca too, usually from the Port of Cala Ratjada. Either way, no matter where you are staying, exploring the Mallorcan sea is a must do experience whilst you are there.
Mallorca’s your oyster
Don’t stop at a catamaran trip. One of Mallorca’s top attractions is a full day of discovery through the Caves of Drach along with learning how the famous Majorca pearls are made in the town of Manacor. You’ll also explore the dramatic 2.4 km long Cavern of the Dragon with an impressive height of 82 feet, and spend some time aboard a boat trip on one of the world’s biggest underground lakes, Lake Martel, where you’ll be able to listen to a live music concert and watch a dazzling light show. The trip doesn’t stop there either. Full of Spanish amazements, your final stop will be discovering Porto Cristo, a picturesque fishing village.
Come for Love Island, stay for the beauty – Mallorca really is a great holiday choice.