Summer 2013 welcomes two exciting developments to the popular Majorcan destination of Magaluf – an upside down family friendly resort and a thrilling pirate fantasy land.
One of the most thrilling enhancements to Magaluf this year is the opening of Katmandu Park and Resort – Mallorca’s first resort and theme park combination. The spectacular looking upside down “House of Katmandu” is a 22,000 square metre park resort which offers 422 comfortable rooms, an array of dining and bar options, a Texan and Mexican themed restaurant, and an American Style theme park which offers extraordinary adventures in the latest next generation interactive technology including: a thrilling 4D ride whisking visitors away to different realms; The Housewhere visitors can battle Hurricane force winds, carve ice and be amazed by the interactive aquarium; XD Dark Ride;The Asylum, a freaky paranormal experience; Desperados, a hilarious ‘Wild West Shoot Out’ with laser guns; a fire and ice themed 18 hole Expedition Golf course and much more. For more information visitwww.katmandupark.com
Travellers to Mallorca this summer can also embrace their inner Captain Jack Sparrow and ‘Arrgghhh’ at the opening of Calvia’s new thrilling fantasy land – Pirates Village. Visitors of all ages can jump straight into a world of pirates and adventure. Located at the old Gran Santa Ponsa apartments, the Pirates Village has 143 furnished apartments, all of which overlook the swimming pools. Guests can stay either or a self-catering of all inclusive basis. Entertainment and facilities include Pirates Village Bay (a large themed pool where children will enjoy slopes, water cannons, waterfalls and playgrounds), treasure hunts, pirate attacks, friendly pirates, a Pirate Cave Mini Club so parents can relax by the pool, and daily there is a variety of professional pirate entertainment shows. For more information visitwww.piratesvillage.com
Located just 20 minutes from Palma de Mallorca Airport, which is only a two hour flight from the UK, Calvia is not only a favourite holiday hot spot for fun loving party-goers, but also for families. The region boasts some of Spain’s most beautiful beaches as well as a wide variety of restaurants and fun-filled activities, making it an ideal family holiday destination.
For more information on Calvia, visit www.visitcalvia.com