Amazing Mediterranean Beach
Most people who travel to Mallorca hit either Palma or San Jordi, and it's easy to see why: Mallorca, for the most part, remains a very rural Spanish island, and for someone on a vacation, maneuvering old roads that were built "before logic was invented," as a friend of mine angrily said while trying to figure out said roads is not a picnic.
San Jordi, however, is not the larger city that Palma is, so it's still a relaxing getaway, while also being all-inclusive. Yes, it's easier to have a car, but you could just as easily get a hotel room by the beach and eat at one of the many restaurants, shop at the nearby shops and pick up your snacks at the grocery store just down the street.
The beach, especially, is incredible in San Jordi. Or I should say beaches, plural. The strip of beach at San Jordi goes on for several kilometers, including several different stretches of sandy paradise. It is also home to several naturist sections, so you can go clothed or not, it's really up to you. The water in San Jordi is quite shallow, and so kids will have no problem wading in several meters.
If you get tired of the beach for the day, you can always check out the salt flats (las salines) right nearby. [more]