Multi-activity holidays for families in Spain
If a destination is perfect for our Euroaktiv holidays, it is Spain. A region that is as varied as a multi-activity holiday itself. Spain has long been the holiday destination par excellence, which is why it offers a lot of opportunities, especially for families.
If you like to be active while travelling and want to create special experiences, this is the place for you. Who wants to spend the whole day on the beach when exciting adventures are waiting for you?
Outdoor adventures for families in Mallorca
Mallorca – a party paradise. But the Balearic Island is so much more. Away from the party centres, Mallorca is rich in unspoiled nature. The sunny island is home to many animal species. During your multi-activity holiday in Mallorca you will discover hidden treasures of the island and explore lonely bays and can rest under the shade of olive trees. Or you can jump into the sparkling blue sea to cool off. Exciting activities such as climbing, stand-up paddling and snorkelling in the sea await you on this trip. Did you know that there is also a real ranch in Mallorca? Have to ever heard of coasteering? Get excited!
Family boat trips in Spain
Ahoy! Spain, with its many kilometres of coastline and islands, is made for anyone who would like to spend a holiday at sea. You spend the nights on the sailing ship in your cabin. The gentle waves of the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Menorca gently rock you to sleep and wake you in the morning, and there is lots to discover.
The ship’s crew will show you how to steer and sail the ship, where the wind comes from and how to tie a sailor’s knot. You will also get to know the flora and fauna of the Balearic Islands and dive into a unique underwater world.
Sailing in Mallorca and Menorca
Attention landlubbers! Here you become real captains and sailors. With Euroaktiv you can experience something very special: Sailing holidays around Mallorca and Menorca for families. While you are sailing with your family on the ship around the island of Menorca and on to the island of Mallorca, you will learn everything about sailing from the crew on board. In between, you can moor at the ports where you can take a trip on land or snorkel in the dreamy bays. On the ship you always have a wonderful view of sandy beaches or spectacular cliffs – and as you like, the anchor can be thrown into the cool water.
- Great climate: The many hours of sunshine and Mediterranean temperatures fill up your vitamin D levels and give you a holiday tan. Important: don’t forget the suncream!
- Spanish feasts: You must try paella. This seafood dish is caught fresh.
- Like a picture book: Turquoise blue sea and lonely bays, there is nothing else to say.
- Diving: The diverse and colourful underwater world of Spain is waiting for curious explorers – pure adventure!
- So diverse: The flora and fauna in the Balearic Islands offer a unique and incredible diversity. Some animals such as the Mallorcan goat can only be found here.
- Real hospitality: The two islands of Mallorca and Menorca are already used to hosting active travellers and genuine hospitality is important here. Accordingly, the infrastructure of both islands is ideally geared towards holidaymakers and families.
- Among Spaniards: There is also a lot to discover culturally in the Balearic Islands and numerous historical sites have been well-preserved to this day.
- Sea creatures at your fingertips: In the Palma Aquarium you will get to know the incredible and mysterious inhabitants of the ocean in any weather. A special experience is the new virtual documentary, a 360-degree experience about humpback whales, where you can get close to the animals thanks to interactive technology and 3D glasses. And if that’s not enough, unique highlight awaits - a night in the ‘Big Blue’ with sharks. You camp in one of the deepest shark pools in Europe, get to know the peculiarities of the sea creatures and of course are looked after all night. Discover this on the Euroaktiv sailing trip Mallorca and Menorca and on the multi-activity holidays in Mallorca.
- Shopping and eating in Palma: The capital of the island of Mallorca is a real gem when it comes to enjoyment and shopping. Everyone will find a personal highlight here. Numerous boutiques and shops in the winding old town streets offer national and international fashion brands. Culinary indulgence also plays and important role in Mallorca. No visit can miss the famous pastry shop ‘Forn des Teatre’. Have you tried ensaimadas? These sweet yeast dough snails with cream filling are particularly popular. You can eat and stroll through Palma on our multi-active family holiday in Mallorca.
- Travel on the ‘Red Lightning’: A trip from Palma de Mallorca to Sóller with the red tram is a real highlight that you shouldn’t miss on your trip. The route takes you through the typical citrus fields and the Mediterranean landscape of the island. When you arrive in the orange town of Sóller, a fruity orange ice cream from the popular ice-cream producer ‘Sa Fàbrica de Gelats’ can’t be missed. Discover all this on the multi-activity holiday in Mallorca.
- Beach time in Menorca: The fantastic sandy beaches in Menorca are ideal for families and are mostly gently sloping into the sea. Since most of the island is protected, most bays are barely surrounded by hotels and are heavenly. A highlight are the beaches, which can only be reached on foot. Tips for beautiful beaches in the north are Cala Tirant, Cala Pregonda and Platja de Ferragut and in the south Son Bou, Cala Galdana, Son Saura and Es Bots. Menorca – a real beach paradise for families. Experience this on the Euroaktiv sailing trip Mallorca and Menorca.
- Old town flair in Menorca: In the idyllic port city of Ciutadella in Menorca you can expect a beautiful old town district with medieval streets and a fine selection of small shops and restaurants. There you can buy a pair of comfortable Menorcan sandals, a real eye-catcher and great souvenir. There is also plenty to see culturally: the ‘Cathedral Basilica de Menorca’, an impressive Gothic church, the ‘Placa des Born’, a public square that is also a gateway to the old town, the ‘Mercat’, a real tip for connoisseurs to try regional Menorcan specialities and of course the pretty port of Ciutadella. You definitely shouldn’t miss a trip to the town of Ciutadella. Find this during our family sailing trip Mallorca and Menorca.