Mallorca isn’t just a place for partygoers to escape during the summer. It’s an ideal destination for families with children as well. Whether you are on a sailing adventure on a bareboat charter or you are visiting the island as part of a holiday package deal with children, there are many kid-friendly activities in Mallorca that you can do with your Mallorca boat rental! From fishing with one of our experienced local captains to going tubing down the water with a nice speedboat rental, you can rest assured that you are your family are in for some serious fun in this little Spanish paradise. Without further ado, here are our top picks for the best kid-friendly activities on the island, courtesy of Boatsetter.
Kids love to fish and we all know that. We all have those memories of when we were younger and fishing from the dock with our little rods in hand. But a day out on the dock is hard to compare to a day out on a deep sea fishing charter. Take the opportunity to jump aboard one of our fishing boats and head out on the water for some serious angling action. You can even hire one of our experienced captains to guide the way for you and your crew.
After a long day of fishing out on the water, it’s time to head back out and do something a little bit more energetic. Especially if your kids are a bit older, let’ say above the age of ten. Since many of our speedboat rentals come with everything from tubes to wakeboards and water skis, you can rest assured that your kids are in for the on-water adventure of a lifetime. Just be sure to bring along your camera, so you can get that action shot of your kid getting airborne on a water tube.
After a long day on the water, it’s time to anchor up at nearby La Reserva, a well-managed private reserve that houses a variety of animals including peacocks, goats, sheep, deer, donkeys, brown bears, and goats. La Reserva is located at the foot of Mount Puig de Galatzo, which makes it an ideal place for hikes. There is also a picnic area with barbeques and a bar where visitors can order refreshing drinks. Some of the most popular activities for families with children here at the reserve include rock climbing, zip lines, and hanging bridges.
You’re probably getting pretty hungry right now. After all, fishing and flying down the water on tubes can get pretty exhausting in the best way possible. Before the sun begins to set across this beautiful Spanish island, you can head over to the waterfront for some of the best local cuisines. Anchor up, and expect to find everything from fresh seafood all the way to traditional paella.