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Cabo Blanco Holidays

Majorca’s hidden gem

Proudly situated on the southern tip of Majorca, Cabo Blanco is where relaxation and adventure meet. Boasting a golden coastline and crisp waters on a backdrop of dense pine forests, it’s hard to believe that this hotspot is only a few hours from home. Once the site of a military base, Cabo Blanco is a relatively new addition to the tourist industry, meaning its sandy shores are still largely untouched by the usual holidaymakers. It may be one of Majorca’s best-kept secrets, but holidays to Cabo Blanco are packed with things to do. Between the bustling markets, golf courses and undiscovered hiking trails snaking through the woodland, you may just find yourself needing another week to squeeze it all in. The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down, either. Evenings can be spent in cosy restaurants or intimate bars, but if you’re looking for a more vivid nightlife, the party capital of Magaluf is only a short cab ride away.


All the Balearic Island staples line up, from traditional paella to fresh seafood dishes, with catch brought in from the local fishing villages.
Cabo Blanco is a five-minute drive from the southern tip of Playa de Palma, Majorca’s most popular stretch of sand, which unravels for six kilometres.
Cabo Blanco is in the island’s southern pocket, not far from Palma, Majorca’s cosmopolitan capital city


Relax on Es Carbo Beach

In a secluded bay, the white shores here melt into a calm sea, with nothing to obscure the vision except the odd passing yacht.

La Reserva Puig de Galatzò

This nature park is set in an enchanting oak forest, and offers activities like zip lining and rock climbing. Cool off in the natural waterfalls afterwards.

Cycle through Llucmajor

Rent a bike and explore the nearby village of Llucmajor. The winding roads are lined with ancient walls and host the region’s most prehistoric sites.