Have you ever thought about camping in Mallorca?
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Have you ever thought about camping in Mallorca?

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Well, if you didn’t, I most certainly did!  The beautiful Balearic island is a true temple to relaxation and rest, and not in vain do thousands of people visit it every year with the aim of escaping routine and releasing the stress of everyday life. If you are one of those who like to be in full contact with nature, do not forget to check our list with the best places to camp and spend a different evening with your family and friends.

Sa Font Cobertora (Ca s’Amitger)

To spend the night in Sa Font Cobertora, you will hardly need a tent. This beautiful place, located in the term of Escorca, has everything you need to make your visitors feel comfortable, without losing the “rustic” intention that we always look for in our natural getaways. In addition to bathrooms with showers and drinking water service, the area has tables and stoves to prepare our meals in the most natural way possible.

It’s Pixarells

It is a camping area that joins the beauty of the Lluc sanctuary. Located in the domains of the Menut public estate, Es Pixarells offers its visitors some services such as benches, tables and stoves to entertain the group meals. As additional information, we tell you that to access Es Pixarells you must take the route Ma-10 until kilometer 17. Once in the place, and although it does not provide toilets or showers, you can live an unforgettable natural experience.


Those who decide to camp in s’Arenalet, will have the option of enjoying one of the most beautiful beaches in the Llevant Natural Park. S’Arenalet is spread over about 500 square meters of pure vegetation, but has areas to cover the rain and some essential services such as bathrooms with showers, kitchen with gas and other utensils. With a maximum capacity of up to 30 people, it is one of the most recommended sites for lovers of the sea and nature.

Camp of Can Fret

The camping area of ​​Can Fret is located in the town of Portocolom, within the municipality of Felanitx. The territory provides a space for 100 people, located in wooden cabins with a perfect environment for our intentions. The camp itself reserves admission to esplai groups (free time clubs), always under the supervision of an adult and within the months of May to August. Within the area, the practice of some activities such as canoeing, off-road biking and archery is also encouraged.

Camp of the Victòria

A little more spacious than Camp de Can Fred, Camp Victòria, located on the road to Cap Pinar and only 3.5 kilometers from Alcùdia, has an area that accommodates more than 200 people. Designed to promote the development of healthy outdoor activities, the area has kitchen services, dining room, bathrooms with showers, and sports courts that encourage sports among the youngest. The opening hours of the camp are located in the months of May, June, July and August.

Camp Santa Maria of Cala Murta

This area reserved for the enjoyment of nature is located in Formentor, within the municipality of Pollenca. The wooden cabins in the area offer the possibility of housing up to 60 people, while in the rest of the camp there is space for another 50. Esplai groups and other youth organizations can make use of this camp, ideal for workshops, promote excursions and putting young people in full contact with nature. Services in the area include outdoor porch, dining room and sanitary facilities.

Camp of the Commune of Lloret

Located in the center of the island of Palma de Mallorca, the Camp of the Commune of Lloret is another of the spaces reserved for contemplation and enjoyment of the flora and fauna of the Balearic archipelago. Its capacity is designed to shelter about 100 people during the months of May to September, which can enjoy basic services such as kitchen, dining and sanitary facilities, as well as a swimming pool and a sports court for recreation and sports.








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