Popular Accommodations in Bonaire
Highlights in Bonaire
- The beaches around Bonaire
- Bicycle tours on the Victoria Peninsula
- The chapels in the Cova de Sant Marti
- Stroll through Port de Pollenca
- Marriage in the hermitage Ermita de la Victoria
Most popular in Bonaire
Vacation rentals in Bonaire
Bonaire is nicknamed "Paradis," and rightly so. This beautiful settlement, part of the municipality of Alcudia, stands out for its upscale accommodation. You are looking for a lot of peace and privacy and want to be tickled by the smell of orange and lemon trees in the morning? A vacation rental in the middle of an orchard, spacious villas overlooking the sea and a touch of luxury, that's Bonaire. Without losing the typical Mallorcan serenity, of course. Some of the villas are divided, in these you can also vacation in the apartment or the holiday apartment in great atmosphere.Holidays in paradise
Bonaire offers you the perfect beach holiday in a quiet location. The settlement is a little off the beaten track from Alcudia, without being "far off the beaten track". In the summer months the small supermarket opens, larger shopping possibilities can be found in Alcudia.
Holiday in Bonaire
Location and orientation
The upscale holiday village of Bonaire is part of the municipality of Alcudia in the northeast of the island of Majorca and is about four kilometres from the old town of Alcudia. During the summer months you can use minibuses to commute between the villages several times a day. Bonaire is located in the southwest of the Victoria Peninsula, which separates Pollenca Bay from Alcudia Bay. The peninsula is known for its beautiful nature with rocky coasts and hidden bays and is best explored by bike. The island capital Palma de Mallorca with its international airport is about 55 kilometres away from Bonaire and Alcudia. There are, especially during the summer months, daily many different bus connections to take you comfortably to the airport or shopping.
The annual pilgrimage from Alcudia to the Ermita de la Victoria hermitage with festivities takes place on 2 July.
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Bonaire has its own pretty sandy beach, which is usually just a short walk from your holiday home. Also the marina is a popular meeting place in Bonaire: in the "Marina de Bonaire Crocodrilo" there is always something going on in the evenings. You can also rent yachts or motorboats (with or without captain and crew) to set off on exciting tours along the coast. But the Victoria peninsula still has a few pearls you should have seen: the romantic Platja de Sa Font or the Platja des Coll Baix invite you to water sports and relax.2nd bicycle tours on the Victoria Peninsula
The northeast of Mallorca is often used for extended bicycle tours - no wonder with the varied and lush landscape! The Victoria Peninsula is also a great place to explore, with freshwater landscapes that are home to countless species of birds. And don't forget your swimsuits during your tours - after every corner your very personal dream beach could be waiting for you! Would you like to see the northernmost point of Mallorca? Then you have to pedal about 20 kilometres and already you reach the Cap Formentor at the northern tip of the peninsula of the same name. But beware, Cap Formentor with its imposing lighthouse is not called "meeting point of the winds" for nothing - even on hot days a stiff breeze can blow here and ruffle your hair!3. the chapels in the Cova de Sant Marti
Not far from Bonaire is the small hill of Puig de Sant Marti, and at its southern foot is the cave of the same name. It was once used as an ancient Christian place of worship, but after the conquest of Mallorca two chapels were built in the cave system. The chapels from the 13th and 14th centuries are not too deep in the caves and can be visited via a handmade staircase.4. strolling through Port de Pollenca
Port de Pollenca is only a stone's throw away and attracts with its lovingly designed beach promenade and the lively yacht and fishing harbour. Around the market square you will find delightful little boutiques and artists offering their handicrafts - a great place to find nice souvenirs for your home. On the promenade, numerous restaurants and beach clubs await you for a delicious lunch.5. marriage in the hermitage Ermita de la Victoria
The Ermita de la Victoria hermitage is not only an annual place of pilgrimage, it is also an extremely popular location for a romantic island wedding. During the summer months you can get married in the small baroque church dating from 1697 in the presence of your loved ones. And afterwards, everyone will celebrate extensively in the inviting vacation rental - until the honeymoon begins...