Majorca (or Mallorca) one of the largest Spanish islands in the Mediterranean, offers some very reasonably priced holidays to the savvy holiday-goer. With gorgeous beeches, lovely holiday resorts and good restaurants this is a popular holiday destination for people from the UK.
Here is our guide to some of the best beach bars that Majorca has to offer giving you the opportunity to frolic in the surf, tan on the beach and keep hydrated with your favourite brew:
Avinguda de l’Almirant Riera Alemany, 7, 07157 Port d’Andratx, Majorca, Spain
Tim’s bar in Port d’Andratx is a great place to spend the morning, the evening, and the whole day in between! Having received a Trip Advisor Award for Excellence Tim’s has proven itself as a great place to go.
This bar has outside dining right on the water’s edge giving some great views to be enjoyed over cocktails and dinner after a day spent on the small beaches around Port d’Andratx. This area is part of the classy yachting scene and home to some celebrity holiday homes so enjoy some people watching at Tim’s too!
Opening times: 9:30am – 3am
Highlight: Regular live music
The Boat House
Avenida de Gabriel Roca, 18 | Estacion Maritima de Las Golondrinas, 07014 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain
This is a great little place for tasting local produce which foodies will appreciate coming from the hands of some talented chefs! Their deck bar and terrace is great for views of the harbour and that amazing Cathedral – especially when it’s lit up at night and you’re taking it in over some lovely cocktails (these babies are available all day too). If you’ve eaten somewhere else but want a little snack to keep you going then you can use their 4pm-late snack bar menu to top up between drinks.
Pricing: Medium-High Avg. main: €15
Opening times: 9am-Midnight Sun-Thurs, 9am-1am Fri-Sat
Highlight: Marina surroundings, quality wine and Cathedral view
Beach Bar Paraiso
Avenida Las Palmeras s/n 07410 Port d’Alcudia, Majorca Spain, Alcudia, Majorca, Spain
Known for good food and friendly staff, this bar and restaurant is both adult and child friendly. It’s right on the beach with outside seating and a perfect view of the sunset over the beach chairs on the sand.
Whether you’re heading there for breakfast before a day at the beach with the kids, stopping off for lunch or heading out for dinner you and the family can arrive here fresh off the sand it’s only feet away from!
Opening times: 8:30am-11pm
Highlight: A few steps from the beach
The Three Brothers bar
Carrer Duc Estremera N 3, 07181, Calvia, Majorca, Spain
Now, if you really can’t handle an all-Spanish bar scene for the whole of your holiday because you’re missing home then you can pop on over to The Three Brothers. This British, family-friendly pub has outdoor seating, a warm welcome and lots of character thanks to being a family-run place. Even better, if you’ve been worried about missing your team’s football games then they have a great TV to watch it on.
Pricing: Reasonable Avg. beer price €2.50
Open for lunch & dinner
Highlight: Sport on the TV most evenings