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Gluten free coeliac kids in Mallorca

By Carmen Barcelo

Places for kids in Majorca:

Unfortunality no place for kids is prepared for coeliacs or to offer gluten free food in Mallorca. You have to bring your own food or phone to check if something have changed.

Official Tourist information:

http://www.illesbalears.es/ ( In English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Catalan)

These places are for go with kids in Majorca:

Marineland
Here you can see dolphins, seals and sea lions. There is also a pool with ray-fishes which the children can swim in.
http://www.marineland.es/marineland/mallorca/index.php?wlang=en( English)

Address:
C/ Garcilaso de la Vega, 9 - Costa d’en Blanes 07184
Calviá (Mallorca)
Ph.: 971 675 125 - Fax: 971.67.55.54

By road:
Take the Andratx motorway, exit at Portals Nous. 5 minutes from Palma Nova, 10 minutes from Palma, and 50 minutes from Alcudia, Cla Millor and Cala D’Or. Taxi service available.

By bus:
Coaches operate from Palma (line 102-103-104-106-107-111), Palma Nova (line 104-106-107), Magaluf (line 104-106-107), Santa Ponça (line 104) y Paguera (line 104).

Aquapark
There are a couple of different aqua parks on the island and this is one of them. It’s a large facility with waterslides.

http://www.aqualand.es/magaluf/mallorca/index.php?wlang=en ( In English)

Address:
Carretera Cala Figuera - 07182 La Porrasa, Magalluf (Mallorca)
Ph.: 971 130 811 - Fax: 971 13 13 36

By road:
15 minutes from Palma, 5 minutes from Palma and 50 minutes from Alcudia, Cala Millor and Cala D’Or. Taxi service available.

By bus:
Coaches operate from Palma (line 105-104), Palma Nova (line 104-105-106), Santa Ponça (line 104) y Paguera (line 104). This season FREE BUS from Palmanova, Magaluf, Santa Ponsa y Paguera.

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