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Nanny du Soleil offers you top quality nanny services in Mallorca. Please see bellow some useful info about things to do in Mallorca with kids!

Kids activities in Mallorca

Whatever you choose to do on your family holiday, you are sure to find a huge range of activities in Mallorca. There is something for everyone, every ability and every age. Check out the selection of things to do below for some holiday inspiration with Nanny du Soleil!

There’s lots for families to enjoy during a visit to family friendly Mallorca- if you can tear yourselves away from the pool that is!

Few tips to do with your kids:

Palma aquarium-It’s a spectacular and beautiful underwater world that authentically recreates the habitats and ecosystems of the world’s seas and oceans. It is one of the must see places and activities for children and adults alike. Ostrich Farm-here you can ride Ostriches in Mallorca or that you could even enjoy a morning painting beautiful ostrich eggs. Marineland-here you can find the best dolphin and sea lion shows in Mallorca, or check out parrot shows, penguins, stingrays and all kinds of animals. Some others: Lollipops Adventure Play area, Safari ZOO, Amazing adventure playground.

All hotels resorts in Mallorca are very familiar and you can find there lots of attractions for the kids to spend day around or our nannies can make day of you kids full of fun and you can enjoy your day with your partner. C’an pere Antoniit’s an ideal beach to take children or youngsters to. You can get there on foot from the city, by bicycle (along the cycle track that runs all along the city’s waterfront from Playa de Palma beach), by public transport or in your own vehicle, since you can find parking spaces on the outskirts of the city.

Alcudia beach in the North of Mallorca, is the Balearic Islands’ longest beach. Situated in Port d’Alcúdia, it’s a vast sweep of fine white sand stretching for almost 7 kilometres. It’s also the most accessible and safest beach in this part of the island, ideal for bathing in the sea with children.

With over 200 beaches in Mallorca, it’s easy to pick one to suit you and your family.  If you’re looking for a more tucked-away beach, you can take a look at the 5 best beaches in Mallorca.

Apart from art and crafts, play-dough, picnics, dens, treasure hunt, water play, making sandcastles, listening to French music and learning a few new words, songs and dance, here are some more specific activities we suggest for children who visit Mallorca with a Nanny du Soleil.

Mallorca….

Mallorca is the largest and most densely populated of the four Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera) which form the Spanish Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, east of mainland Spain.

The first recognisable landmark on the final approach before landing will be the magnificent 14th Century Gothic cathedral at nearby Palma, and the sight of it from the air never ceases to take your breath away. Son Sant Joan, which is the main tourist airport, is a large modern facility, and is located in the south of the island just outside the capital Palma.

Famous main dishes include tumbet – a splendid vegetable dish, fideua – the local paella made with noodles rather than rice, sophisticated salt cod dishes, fresh fish dishes, pork loin in a majorcan sauce, pork wrapped in cabbage, suckling pig, numerous lamb dishes, cauliflower with raisins and pine nuts, pumpkin …

For “party tourists”, the top choices is Magaluf, while other resort towns such as Pollença (Pollensa in Spanish), Alcúdia, Sóller, and Palma Nova offer some amount of liveliness while being much lower key. The island’s third largest city, Manacor in the east, meanwhile, is famous for its furniture shops and as home to the famous showroom/home base of internationally famous Majorica Pearls.

Mallorca has around 300 days of sunshine a year. Summer is reliably hot and sunny for the beach, but you can also enjoy ideal holiday weather in spring and autumn – when the temperature is particularly suitable for sport. Weather conditions can fluctuate during the late autumn and winter, when it can be cloudy, with high humidity, some heavy rainfall and strong wind. The winter temperature (Dec-Mar) is around 15-17C whilst in the summer it averages around 27c, with a peak of 30C, July/Aug being the hottest.

Some useful informations you can find here.