A Majorca Wish List

It is coming up to two years since our last holiday. We’ve had a few weekend breaks in Hope Cove but it’s two years since our first (and last!) holiday abroad. The husband is keen for us to try and get on “a proper holiday” next summer. I have seen so many people go to Majorca and have a wonderful time that we are considering booking to go there next year. During our last holiday to Portugal we only went on one trip to the nearby water park and a couple of visits to the beach a few meters away. The next time we go away we want to explore a bit more so as I having been exploring great holiday deals for families I have compiled a list of places we would like to visit in Majorca.

Western Water Park

I’m not sure if you can go on holiday to Majorca and not visit a water park and, according to reviews, Western Water Park is up there with the best. Cheeky Chap absolutely adored the one we visited in Portugal but wasn’t quite tall enough for a couple of the slides. I am sure that by next year he should be able to go on all rides, even those that have height restrictions. You can easily spend an entire day at a water park. If possible though I would advise taking your own picnic and drinks, otherwise you can easily spend a whole lot more than planned!

Caterdral de Mallorca

If you want something a bit more cultured, you can’t go wrong with a cathedral. Caterdral de Mallorca is the biggest gothic cathedral in Europe dating back to the 1230s. It certainly looks impressive both inside and outside.

I’m not sure whether the husband and Cheeky Chap would be thrilled to visit a cathedral but hopefully I can win them around, or bribe them!

Horseback riding, dinner and dance

For something a little different, why not book on a horseback riding, dinner and dance excursion? It sounds so romantic and if we could arrange childcare, it is something I would definitely love to do. That said going by the reviews they do also say it is suitable for the whole family. After you ride along a scenic trail you are treated to a typical Majorican barbecue, followed by live country music. There’s even a mini chicken and rabbit farm you could visit on the ranch.

 

 

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post.

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