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Cheap holidays to Arta

Arta is situated on the north-eastern side of Majorca. During their cheap holidays to Arta guests will enjoy an unspoilt coastline that stretches for over 25 kilometres and peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. Book with your getaway to Arta for maximum savings.


The pristine beaches of Arta are only a short drive away from the town. Cala Torta beach offers soft sands and turquoise waters to enjoy swimming and sunbathing all day long during your cheap holidays to Arta. Also, Cala Mesquida beach is well organised with parasols and sun beds available for hire for the day and a plethora of water based activities to take part in. Along the waterfront of Cala Mesquida beach there is a restaurant and a couple of beach bars to find refreshments and snacks during the day.


Arta holidays will be an authentic experience of Majorca’s lifestyle due to the traditional atmosphere and the rich history that the town offers. Wander around Arta’s winding cobbled alleys to meet its friendly locals and to admire its colourful neighbourhoods. The main street features an array of local shops, friendly bars, coffee shops, Spanish tapas bars and delicious restaurants. Every Tuesday in Conqueridor Placa takes place a traditional market where you can buy souvenirs, fruits, local produce, jewelleries and clothes. During your cheap holidays to Arta there are many historical attractions to see such as a small museum with archaeological discoveries from the Greek and the Roman periods and the Bronze Age settlements of Ses Paisses, which are situated just outside of the town. Also, the Ermita de Betlem, a Llevent Natural Park, which was founded by monks in 1805, is well worth visiting while you enjoy your cheap, summer Arta holidays. There are also horse riding, hiking and sailing opportunities to try out during your stay there. Day trips and excursions are on offer as well; the nearby little village of Capedera hosts an impressive restored castle to visit and the neighbouring Colonia St Pere village is a lovely place to explore. Arta holidays promise you plenty to see and do!


There are many restaurants and tapas bars around Arta town to sample the local cuisine and the fresh caught seafood. During the first week of August takes place a festival for Sant Salvador, the patron saint of Arta, where visitors can enjoy amazing cuisine options and various local specialities along with entertaining performances of traditional dances.

Holidays to Arta will be the ultimate getaway of simplicity and relaxation!


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