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Canyamel Holidays

Sun and surf in Majorca

Canyamel holidays are a real treat, and not just because the resort takes its name from the days when it was a centre for sugar cane production – some people still affectionately refer to Canyamel as Caramel. This relaxed coastal resort on the island’s northeast coast is a great choice for low-key holidays where the focus is on the sun and surf. The village, which includes beautiful archaeological sites, has a picturesque location, set between a Blue Flag beach and pine-covered mountains.

Some great facilities mean that Canyamel holidays are perfect for sporty types, who can play a round of golf or tennis, or swim to their heart’s content. Many, however, choose to spend their time simply unwinding, strolling through the village or lounging by the beach, sipping cocktails at sunset. Add delicious restaurants into the mix and it’s easy to see why holidays to Canyamel are the stuff that sweet dreams are made of.

Your Canyamel questions, answered

You’ll find all your everyday essentials in Canyamel. For a wider range of shops and markets, it’s easy to get to other parts of the island.
Canyamel is a great family holiday spot, but the mix of nature, beach, sports activities, great restaurants and cultural attractions means that most travellers will find something to enjoy.
Absolutely, Canyamel is something of a tennis hotspot with over 100 courts. It’s the perfect place to grab a friend and play a few games yourself.

Best things to do in Canyamel

Perfect your swing

Canyamel is home to an 18-hole golf course, and many people come here specifically to tee off. The scenery is beautiful – on a clear day, you can see to Menorca.

Marvel at the tower

Canyamel’s striking 23-metre-tall Gothic tower has three floors displaying different exhibits where you can learn about the local history, ethnography and arts scene.

Lounge on the beach

The main beach is a pretty sand-and-pebble Blue-Flag stretch. Rent umbrellas and sunloungers and settle in for the day – there’s a choice of cafés.