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11 May 2021 - Dublin / Palma - depart 0545, arrive 0935

18 May 2021 - Palma / Dublin - depart 1045, arrive 1240

Globales Bouganvilla - Sa Coma - Majorca

7 nights - One Bedroom Apartment - All Inclusive

Transfers & 15kg bag per person included

Subject to availability

11 May 2021 – Globales Bouganvilla – Sa Coma – Majorca (Splashword)

Flights, accommodation on an All Inclusive Basis & transfers based on 2 adults & 3 children

Tucked in a quiet spot, Globales Bouganvilla has an away-from-it-all feel. But, the shops and restaurants of Sa Coma are only a few minutes’ walk away. A 20-minute walk will get you to Sa Coma’s beach.

This village-like hotel has just made it onto the SplashWorld books, it’s newly refurbished and got itself a new waterpark. Think manicured gardens, kamikaze slides and modern pads.

While you’re away, you’ll have access to our 24-hour digital service, and a rep will visit at least once.
Just so you know, some of the slides here may be too big for little ones. The Multi-Lane slide, Black Hole, Aqua Tube, Free-fall, Kamikaze and Wave Slide all have a height restriction of 1.2m.

There’s a state-of-the-art waterpark with a whole bunch of slides. The tennis court and two pools stayed put and you can now enjoy water polo and aqua-gym sessions there. As for meals, there’s a buffet, plus two themed restaurants and a poolside snack bar.

Sa Coma has all the hallmarks of one of Spain’s classic beach resorts, without the big crowds to go with it. The shoreline’s backed by a modest crop of hotels and restaurants, which are fine-tuned for families. Plus, the town’s only been in the getaway game since the 1980s, so there are still traditional undertones to match the modern, touristy spots. Neighbouring S’Illot takes the authentic feel a step further, as well.

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