If you don't want to follow the pack when you come to Majorca, you'll discover your reward in the charming hillside town of Campanet, on a holiday with The Co-operative Travel.
The small town sits on an unspoilt hillside, against a backdrop of rolling farmland... and peace and quiet. Aside from a few local shops, you'll find local craftsmen specialising in coloured glass which can sell in the tourist hotspots for a higher price than you'll find it here.
A couple of friendly bars offer tapas and local specialities such as bread with olive oil, and other unpretentious traditional fare, and there is an upmarket restaurant if you fancy pushing the boat out.
The local caves, and Majorca's oldest church, are also other obvious must-sees, the caves especially for their spectacular stalagmites and stalactites and a rainbow of mineral-coloured rock formations. A tour takes 40 minutes - the experience will remain with you for the rest of your holiday, and beyond.
Accommodation in Campanet is mainly geared towards couples, so bear this in mind when considering a package holiday or all-inclusive holiday.
After a day of filling your lungs with the fresh forest air, heavy with the scents of oranges and olive groves, you might want to step up the pace - but you'll have to venture into nearby Alcudia or Pollensa to satisfy your hunger for any action beyond one of the relaxing small bars in the village.
A Campanet holiday proves that you can get away from it all on the otherwise bustling island of Majorca. So why not go for the best of both worlds, and check out the Campanet holiday options available from The Co-operative Travel?