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The Garden Experience hotels in the Balearics and Andalusia offer countless ways of taking time out from your daily routine to enjoy a range of great activities with the kids. Our entertainment team has come up with numerous options that guarantee fun for both adults and children.
The little-known South
Cabo de Gata
The highlight of the Almeria’s stunningly beautiful coastline is Cabo de Gata, a vast expanse of outstanding environmental and ecological value. This vast, untamed area of natural heritage is home to a large number of protected species.
The area is the ideal starting point from which to explore more closely this impressive Mediterranean landscape formed from a large expanse of volcanic soil. From here, visitors can follow the numerous trails that crisscross the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Nature Park, explore the underwater geo-routes or enjoy any of the countless outdoor sports on offer.
On the coast, dotted between the cliffs and inlets, large beaches such as El Toyo, which stretches out some 1,300 metres, offer superb leisure options for all the family.
The essence of Andalusia
El Rompido, Costa de la Luz
Huelva is the essence of Andalusia. True to its nickname - the ‘Costa de la Luz’-, Huelva’s coastline is bathed in a warm and brilliant light that tempts visitors to spend time relaxing and exploring this fabulous natural setting by the sea.
The mouth of the River Piedras and the tides have shaped a whimsical landscape alternating dunes and pine forests with fresh and salt water marshlands. A long sand spit shelters this area from the onslaught of the Atlantic Ocean. The arrow-shaped El Rompido sand spit guarantees the protection of the area’s vast environmental wealth, which forms a unique ecosystem that is home to protected species of major interest.
The town of El Rompido still retains the essence of a traditional fishing harbour.
The largest island in the Balearic archipelago is home to a host of treasures that will delight the visitor at every turn: unspoilt inlets, rugged cliffs, magnificent historic monuments and quaint inland towns and villages where tradition is a way of life.
Majorca’s authentic atmosphere will make for a wealth of experiences to be enjoyed by visitors in search of sun and sand yet who are also eager to discover the island’s unique culture whilst remaining in close contact with nature.
Exploring the rugged Serra de Tramuntana or visiting the towns and villages scattered around the island’s central plains will allow visitors to immerse themselves in Majorca’s calm and peaceful lifestyle whilst discovering the essence of the entire island. The island also boasts more than 500 kilometres of coastline offering countless options guaranteed to surprise and delight.
An atmosphere that seduces
The magic simply never stops on the Mediterranean’s most international and cosmopolitan island. Its dazzlingly intense light reflects off the traditional houses painted pure white and which form an intrinsic part of the island’s traditional landscape.
500 km2 that are home to countless tiny treasures that visitors will enjoy discovering: peaceful inlets and towns and villages that remain impervious to the passing of time blend into the sensual atmosphere of richly-painted sunsets and endless nights of thrills and excitement.
Ibiza remains a strategic location in the Mediterranean. Renowned as a haven for the hippy movement in the late 1960s, its popular weekly street markets are well worth a visit, lined with stalls selling charming local crafts. Ibiza, the largest of the Pityusic Islands, is also the gateway to its breathtakingly beautiful neighbour, the island of Formentera.
The island of serenity
Serene and stately. The island of Minorca emerges majestically from the depths of the Mediterranean. Its crystal-clear waters lap gently on the shores of quiet secluded coves and bathe picturesque fishing harbours. A natural haven away from the hoards of holidaymakers.
Minorca was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993. More than 200 km of coastline set against a virtually unspoilt natural backdrop earned the island recognition from this international organisation and each year it draws flocks of visitors eager to discover a natural haven away from the hoards of holidaymakers.
The island of Minorca boasts a vast cultural tradition that dates from its Pre-Talayotic origins to the most avant-garde trends. Its popular horse festivals are internationally renowned, adding the perfect finishing touch to a holiday experience bathed in the island’s characteristic mild Mediterranean climate.