A winter break to Mallorca with the whole family is just the ticket. Take the kids at half term before the New Year celebrations and book a timeshare apartment at Marriott’s Club Son Antem. You’ll love the location and the superb accommodation, and soon be back for more. Once bitten by the bug – and the realisation that timeshare is a better way to stay, you might consider a resale property as an investment, enjoying the year on year savings as well as the added luxury that comes with a Mallorcan timeshare ownership.
Mallorcan family fun – the ideal destination
Mallorca makes a great family destination, whatever the season. Right now, the summer crowds have abated, and the daytime temperatures are pleasant and warm. Aside from the excellently appointed resort and entertainment facilities, there’s plenty of opportunity for family fun on this Balearic island this winter, ensuring everyone, no matter their likes and dislikes, is catered for.
Sightseeing and art in the city
A spot of city centre sightseeing is all the better with the onset of the winter season. Enjoy places such as the cathedral of La Seu without the crowds, or a tourist-free museum visit. Appreciate local and international modern art at Es Baluard, or Pelaires, which has the added advantage of being situated in an amazing building, over two floors. Galeria Maior is another place for contemporary art lovers. Explore many more in Palma de Mallorca – known for having more galleries per capita than any other Spanish city.
Walking and hiking
The Serra de Tramuntana is pleasant for walking and more challenging hiking during the off-season months when it’s not too hot to limber up and explore the mountains. This area of outstanding natural beauty is now a UNESCO recognised site, and a morning walking in the valleys followed by a spot of lunch is fun for all the family. Relax in one of Mallorca’s many spas with a treatment later on, and then head out again for dinner that evening. Palma de Mallorca is home to many Michelin starred restaurants if the budget allows, as well as being a hotbed for international cuisine and local flavours.