Holidays in Cala Viñas
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Visit Cala Viñas
- Top Attractions: The island’s historical capital, Palma, and the party town of Magaluf are both within easy reach.
- When To Go: A holiday to Majorca’s Cala Viñas is all about the beach, water sports and its Mediterranean climate, so it’s best to enjoy all the island has to offer during the long hot summer months. Book your holiday with easyJet Holidays
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About Cala Viñas
The peaceful resort town of Cala Viñas lies on the south west coast of Majorca. Cala Viñas is situated on an attractive cove with a white sand beach lapped by the clear turquoise water of the Mediterranean.
Cala Viñas has a good choice of bars and restaurants serving a mix of local and international cuisine. Shopping destinations are just a stone's throw away; head to the busier towns of Magaluf or Palma, or west to the weekly market at Puerto Andraitx to pick up souvenirs.
What to do on a holiday to Cala Vinas
Take advantage of the clear sea and go snorkelling or scuba diving. The warm Mediterranean is perfect for swimming, or you can simply choose to do little more than relax on the beach.
Families can head to nearby Marineland to watch the dolphin and sea lion shows, or have fun at the Wild West themed water park, Western Park.
The many historical attractions of Palma are a short drive from Cala Viñas. There is impressive Gothic architecture throughout the town showcased by the Roman Catholic Cathedral La Seu and the arts centre la Lonja. The shopping is good in Palma, but head to Magaluf for the nightlife where you can really let your hair down and party the night away.
Book your Cala Vinas holiday now
If you're tempted by the sound of Cala Viñas then why not try it out for yourself? The resort is relaxing for those of you who need peace and quiet but it's also within easy reach of more lively areas should you wish to discover the nightlife. Book now for great value offers.
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