Ca’n Pastilla is located in the vibrant bay of Palma de Majorca, Platja de Palma.
The location of Ca’n Pastilla, is also one of its main features, as you have great access to the capital city of Palma de Majorca, as well as the long beach.
Ca’n Pastilla mainly attracts a younger audience, seeking activities both during daytime and nighttime.
Ca’n Pastilla is mainly a summer holiday destination, which is why April – September is the high season here. The actual season actually begins in March, as the cyclists come here.
Ca’n Pastilla itself does not offer any tourist attractions or sights as so. But really, it doesn’t matter, because Palma de Majorca is just around the corner, offering hundreds of exiting sights, constructions and exhibitions halls.
Ca’n Picafort has range of international restaurants and diners, catering tongues from all over the world. The overall quality is very good in Ca’n Pastilla, but the variety on the menu cards from the different restaurants is not much.
This does however not affect any decicion, as the Palma is close by with thousands of delicacies waiting in the urban atmosphere.
There are a great variety in your hotel options in Ca’n Pastilla. This holiday destination is known for its ability to suit every wallet.
Ca’n Pastilla offers only a few “Adults Only” hotels, but only a few children families chooses this destination for their holiday.
The beach area in Ca’n Pastilla has it all, jet-skies, surfing, banana boat, boat charters, volley courts and much much more. Heading just outside the area, you’ll find the enormous Aqualand s’Arenal with some crazy slides. If you’re a real adrenaline junky, you might want to try the formula go-kart track, with custom built karts reaching top speeds at 75 m/h.
Every Tuesday morning, a weekly market is held in Ca’n Pastilla behind the beach promenade. This market is a great way to blend in with the locals, and maybe you’ll find an offer you can’t resist on leather goods or local produce. No matter what your intentions are, it’s a wonderful way to start the day, and to really feel the local atmosphere.