5 nights half board and transfers on Zafiro Mallorca from £474 (2023)

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1. Information about personal data

In accordance with current data protection regulations, pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on data protection (GDPR) and organic law 3/2018 of December 5 on the protection of personal data and guarantee of digital rights (LOPDGDD), inform you of some questions regarding Travel Compositor's processing of your personal data

1.1.-Who is responsible for the processing of your data?

Company name:Travel Compositor S.L.


Address:Puerto Rican street. 15, 3. 07006 – Palma, Balearic Islands (Spain)


1.2.- For what purpose is your data collected and processed?

Provision of services:We collect your information in order to process your request for the services we offer, which may include flights, accommodation, transport, activities and transfers.

Commercial communication:If you give us your consent, we will process your contact details in order to send you information about our services and products as well as offers and information that we think may be of interest to you.

1.3.- How long do we store your data?

Provision of services: Your data will be stored until the purpose of their collection is fulfilled. In addition, for the purposes of applicable tax legislation, we store your data for a period of five years and then destroy it if no storage request is made.

Commercial communications: To keep you informed about our products and services, data processing for commercial purposes will continue until you exercise your right to object or delete.

1.4.- Are automatic decisions made about your data?

Yes, automated decisions about your personal data are planned.

1.5.-What is the legitimacy of the processing of your data??

Consent is used as a basis for identification for the processing for which it is necessary and which you have given us, for example for sending commercial communications.

In the event that you have ordered certain services from us, the legal basis for the processing of your data is the contractual relationship that binds us and whose processing is essential for the performance of the services.

In addition, various applicable regulations, such as tax legislation, require Travel Compositor to carry out certain processing. In these cases, the legality of the processing of your data is based on aapplicable legal obligation.

1.6.- Who do we share your data with?

There are third parties who administer part of our services. Travel Composer requires you to comply with this Privacy Policy and any applicable privacy policies. We also inform you that these companies have their own privacy policies, which Travel Compositor is not responsible for complying with.

Under certain circumstances, Travel Compositor may share, use, retain or disclose personal information in a non-aggregated form with third parties to provide our services to:

1. Providers: For example, hotels, airlines or activity rental providers that fulfill your travel reservation request. In Travel Compositor, all third party services are identified as such. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of third-party travel service providers from whom you purchase products through Travel Compositor. Please note that these providers may also contact you for additional information if required.

2. Service providers who perform services or functions on our behalf: credit card processing, business analytics, customer service or marketing. Service providers may collect and access the information they need to perform their jobs, but they are not permitted to share or use the information for other purposes.

3. Competent authorities: In some cases we have to cooperate with the competent authorities. Therefore:

3.1.When we believe it is reasonably necessary to comply with any law or legal process anywhere in the world and we believe it may reduce our liability or allow us to defend our legal rights. In any case, we only provide the necessary information.

3.2. If we believe this action is appropriate to enforce Travel Compositor's terms and conditions, including an investigation into possible violations of them.

3.3. If necessary to detect, prevent or in any way address and prosecute fraud, security issues or technical issues related to Travel Compositor.

3.4. When such action is sufficient to protect the rights, property or safety of Travel Compositor, its employees and users.

3.5. When we believe it is reasonably necessary to comply with a law, or on our own initiative or at the request of third parties who demonstrate a legitimate interest.

3.6. If Travel Compositor participates in a merger, acquisition or other transaction involving the sale of all or a portion of its assets or voting securities, the User's information, including personally identifiable information obtained through the Service, may also be included in the assets transferred or securities. In this case, the user's personal data remains subject to this privacy policy.

1.7 Who do we share your information with?

On the occasion of the performance of the contractually agreed services, we pass on your data to the companies that request this, such as e.g. B. Hotels, car rental companies, airlines, etc. Please note that such orders are absolutely necessary for the provision of the agreed services.

The data communicated to the providers includes your first and last name, your identity document (ID card or passport), your age, your date of birth and your nationality, as well as any comments that you have included in your reservation.

1.8 Are international transfers made?

Many of the service providers of the services you have requested are based in countries outside the EU. The General Data Protection Regulation governs such international transfers and as such we can only transfer data to countries that ensure adequate safeguards for your data.

1.9.- What are your rights when you give us your data?

You should know that the processing of your personal data gives you a number of rights, which we explain in more detail below:

·right of access: You can request access to all your personal data that we process.

·Right to rectification: You have the right to correct your data, either because it is inaccurate or because it has changed.

·Right to erasure:You can also request the deletion of your data if one of the reasons in art. 17.3 GDPR

·Right to object: You have the right to request that your personal data is not processed for certain purposes.

·Right to restriction of processing:In addition, you can request the restriction of the processing of your data in the following cases:

oDuring the challenge investigation due to the inaccuracy of your data.

o If the processing is illegal, oppose the deletion of the data.

ÖIf we do not need to process your data, but you need it to assert or defend against any claims.

ÖIf you have objected to the processing of the information based on a public or legitimate interest, we will assess whether our justification for the processing overrides your interests

·Right to portability: You have the right to have your personal data transferred electronically so that it is manageable for you.

·Right to be subject to non-automated individual decisions:Finally, you have the right not to be subject to a decision based on automated processing of your personal data, which may have legal consequences for you.

If the basis of legitimacy for processing the information is your consent, you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time.

To exercise these rights, you can send your request to the postal address or email address found at the top of this privacy policy. To do this, you must exercise your right and provide a copy of your ID (ID/NIE) or passport.

In addition, we would like to point out that you also have the option of lodging a complaint with the supervisory authority. You can find more information on the website of the Spanish Data Protection Agency.www.aepd.es.

1.10.- Is your data secure?

At Travel Compositor we collect, process and store your data in accordance with information security policies and regulations. These safeguards apply to both electronic and paper information and ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your data. Should an incident or incident occur that puts your information at risk, we will notify you as soon as possible.

1.11.- Other questions

In some cases, Travel Compositor makes the use of the Service conditional on the prior completion of the relevant user registration and must, for certain personal data, provide at least the information marked with a yellow dot.

We remind you that for the correct provision of the service you must provide us with accurate and truthful data, reserving the right to exclude from the service any interested party who has provided false information and without prejudice to the legal steps, which the customer can initiate responsible persons can initiate.

When you make a reservation for someone else through Travel Compositor, we request personal information and travel preferences from that person. You must obtain the consent of these other individuals before providing us with your personal information and travel preferences.

2.-Use of the Internet

In this case, the service collects, in addition to the IP address from which it is accessed, the following user information:

·When the service was accessed by clicking on a link from another website.

Storage of cookies on the hard drive of the user's computer with the user's prior consent. For more information, see our cookie policy.

Data specific to the user's device (eg model type, operating system version, error using the service, browser type, language, date and time of the request, reference address or mobile network used).

·Data about the user's physical location through various technologies, e.g. B. through GPS signals sent from a mobile device, information about Wi-Fi access points or nearest mobile phone antennas and others. Always according to the privacy settings on your device.

In addition, Travel Compositor uses Google Analytics, an analysis service provided by Google, Inc., based in the United States and headquartered at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043. To provide these services, they use cookies that collect the data information, including the user's IP- address, is transferred, processed and stored by Google in accordance with the conditions specified on the website www.google.com. This also applies to the transfer of this information to third parties for legal reasons or if these third parties process the data on behalf of Google.

3.- Changes in the privacy policy

We remind you that our privacy policy may be updated in the future.

We will notify you of material changes to this Privacy Policy by sending a notice to the email address you have provided and by placing a notice in a prominent place on our website.


What's the difference between Zafiro Palace Palmanova and Zafiro Palmanova? ›

“what is the difference between the 'zafiro palace palmanova' and 'zafiro palmanova' - are they the same place? is the palace one more upmarket?” They are two different hotels: the Z. Palace Palmanova is a 5-star and the Z. Palmanova is a 4-star.

What time is breakfast at Zafiro Majorca? ›

Is there a restaurant in Zafiro Mallorca ? The reception team can tell you more about service schedules and the different restaurants available in the hotel. As a rule, breakfast is served from 7:30am to 10:30am, lunch from 12:30pm to 2:30pm and dinner from 6:30pm to 9pm.

How far is Zafiro Palace Alcudia from the beach? ›

This hotel is located 300m from the beach.

What time is check out at Zafiro Palace? ›

What time is check-in and check-out? Our hotel receptions are open 24 hours a day (except in Can Ribera by Zafiro) and there will always be a team member there ready to help you. Check in is available from 3pm and you must leave your room on departure day before 12 midday.

Does Palma Nova still exist? ›

History and Culture of Palma Nova

Unlike the adjoining Magaluf, Palma Nova remains active all-year-round which makes it a popular choice for permanent residents.

Is there a 6 drink rule in Palma Nova? ›

During 2022, restrictions on alcoholic drinks in all-inclusive hotels in Mallorca were placed only in a small selection of hotels to combat drunken tourism. These restrictions have continued into 2023. These restrictions mean a 6-drink limit in selected hotels.

Where do celebs eat in Mallorca? ›

Celebrities in Mallorca: discover the favourite hangouts of the rich and famous.
  • Brad Pitt at Karma Bar. ...
  • Paris Hilton at Puerto Portals. ...
  • Jennifer Aniston at Es Trenc Beach. ...
  • King Juan Carlos at Wellies Restaurant & Bar. ...
  • Claudia Schiffer at La Cuchara. ...
  • Jim Kerr at Tristán. ...
  • Michael Douglas at Valldemossa.

Which hotels in Majorca have 6 drink rule? ›

Not every resort on Balearic Island holidays comply of course, but there are a select few that are enforcing this rule for the next five years! These include El Arenal (Majorca), Play De Palma (Majorca), Magaluf (Majorca) and certain parts of San Antonio (Ibiza).

Who is the owner of Zafiro hotels? ›

Our history as Zafiro began in 2017, as the result of a project that first emerged in 1998, backed by the Plomer family. The reorganisation of that project and a generational change in the family opened up a new stage of exponential growth at the hands of the sisters Antonia and Maria Plomer.

How far is zafiro palace alcudia from airport? ›

Download here directions from the airport to the hotel. The trip takes around 45 minutes (60km).

What is the nearest airport to Zafiro Palace Alcudia? ›

The distance between Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI) and Zafiro Palace Alcudia, Port d'Alcudia is 48 km. The road distance is 61 km.

When did Zafiro Palace Alcudia open? ›

Having opened in 2015, the 5 star Zafiro Palace hotel in Alcudia is a lesson in modern luxury done right.

Is Palmanova safe? ›

Palma nova is very safe and a great ambience so to speak BUT magaluf is not !

Is Mallorca the same as Majorca? ›

Is it Mallorca or Majorca – Is Mallorca the Same as Majorca? Let's go straight to the answer: yes, Mallorca is the same as Majorca. It is the same place; it is the same island! While most of the people write always Mallorca, some English people write Majorca rather than Mallorca to refer to our island.

How much is a taxi from Palma airport to Palmanova? ›

The fastest way to get from Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI) to Palmanova is to taxi. Taking this option will cost €35 - €45 and takes 16 min. Is there a direct bus between Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI) and Palmanova? Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Aeroport - Arribades and arriving at Punta Marroig 2.

Can I drink sink water in Mallorca? ›

Yes, we talk about the nasty chemicals in the tap water, however it may surprise you to know that the tap water in Palma is considered safe to drink, and – coming from someone who proudly (and maybe a bit lazily) drinks it – I can verify that generally speaking, the taste is absolutely fine.

Is Majorca stopping all-inclusive? ›

You may have heard some information being thrown around that suggests the restrictions on all-inclusive are being implemented on the whole of Majorca and Ibiza, that is not the case, it is actually only small parts of both islands that are affected, and you can still enjoy an all-inclusive getaway in many hotels on all ...

Is there a limit on all-inclusive drinks in Majorca? ›

These rules mean, if you stay at an all inclusive hotel in one of these resorts, you can have a maximum of 6 alcoholic drinks a day as part of your all inclusive package – 3 at lunch and 3 with evening meals. Soft drinks are unlimited at any time of day and you can buy additional alcoholic drinks if you wish.

Do you tip waiters in Mallorca? ›

Tipping is nevertheless voluntary in Mallorca, and is simply a way of showing that the customer is satisfied with the service. Conversely, this means that with unsatisfactory service the tip may well be withheld. Depending on the level of satisfaction, an amount of 5-15% of the invoice amount is appropriate.

What is the posh part of Mallorca? ›

Old Town, Palma de Mallorca

This is the capital's most historical area, which weaves its way around the Cathedral, Calatrava, Cort and La Lonja. Down the narrowest of streets, there are palaces and historic townhouses on the market for millions.

Where do the rich hang out in Mallorca? ›

While many of the rich and famous choose Mallorca as a one-off holiday destination, the island has also won the hearts of many stars who now own properties here. Port d'Andratx, Puerto Portals, Palma and Deià are some of the main haunts where you might find yourself rubbing shoulders with a familiar face.

What is the drink rule in Spain? ›

There is a maximum of six alcoholic drinks per person per day that can be served and these drinks will be provided only during lunch and dinner ( 3 each).

Can you drink on the streets in Mallorca? ›

According to the DFA: “Consumption of alcohol in public places, except licensed bars and restaurants, is forbidden in Madrid, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands.

What are the new balearic drinking rules? ›

The Mirror reports that a 'six drinks a day' rule will be enforced for Brits travelling to islands such as Ibiza and Majorca, as well as resorts on the Balearic Island including Palma, El Arenal and Magaluf. The new laws are aimed at cracking down on anti-social behaviour from people on holiday.

What is the traditional dessert in Majorca? ›

The ensaimada, a dessert that was already being written about in the 17th century, is the queen of traditional Mallorcan pastries: a delicate, spiral-shaped puff pastry made with water, flour, eggs, sugar, yeast and lard (in Mallorcan, “saïm”, from which it takes its name), which is usually covered with a little icing ...

What are the 4 meals in Spain? ›

The Spanish mealtimes typically include a light bite and coffee first thing in the morning, a more substantial "second breakfast," a hearty lunch, a mid-afternoon snack or merienda, tapas or an aperitif, and a light dinner.

What is Mallorca known for to buy? ›

Of its celebrated food products, the famed Majorcan ensaimada and its wines are especially noteworthy. As for pottery, its characteristic ceramics are favourites. And when considering its jewellery, the Majorica pearls.

Who owns Legendary Hotels? ›

CEO and Founder of Legendary Hotels and Resorts, Dmitrijs Stals, has 14 years experience in the hospitality industry, along with an extensive portfolio of successful hospitality investments.

Is there a strip in Alcudia? ›

Alcúdia's main nightlife strip

Dollar Street is the nickname given to Avenida Pedro Mas i Reus, a street that runs perpendicular to the port in Alcúdia.

Should I go to Alcudia? ›

Alcudia is one of the most popular resort towns in Mallorca and is located at the northern end of the island. In fact, Alcudia is one of the most attractive places to visit in Spain. It's the perfect travel destination whether you're traveling with your friends or family – or maybe even by yourself.

Which airport would you fly into if you were Travelling to Alcudia? ›

The nearest airport to Alcudia is Palma Mallorca (PMI). When you book flights to Alcudia through easyJet, we fly you to Palma Airport.

How much is a taxi from Palma airport to Alcudia? ›

The cost for a transfer from Palma Airport to Alcudia will be €90 – €130, depending on the type of vehicle you choose. The duration of the trip should be about 45 minutes. If you are looking for an easy and stress-free way to get from Palma Airport to Alcudia, then book your airport transfer now!

How long is the transfer from Palma airport to Alcudia? ›

Book your airport transfer from Majorca Palma Airport to Alcudia this trip takes 45 minutes with a private transfer (these times are approximate and depend on traffic). Choose from a range of transport options including premier vehicles, minibuses, or coaches.

How far is Alcudia Port from the old town? ›

From the Port d'Alcúdia expect to take a leisurely 30-minutes stroll, directly to the walls of the old town. Alternatively, you can hop on the TIB 351 bus, which will drop you right outside the entrance and costs a mere one euro and fifty-five cents.

What is Palma Nova like in Majorca? ›

Palmanova beach is one of the most popular tourist beaches in Majorca, Spain. It is situated on the southwestern coast of the island and has a wide range of facilities and activities on offer. The golden sand and clear blue waters make it a great spot for swimming, sunbathing and enjoying the views.

When was Zafiro Mallorca built? ›

Built in 2004, the Zafiro Mallorca (formerly the Viva Mallorca) is one of the newer kids on the block and a renovation completed four years later has kept the place adequately up-to-date.

How old is Alcudia Castle? ›

The Medieval walls of Alcudia was constructed in 1298, when King James II decided that Alcudia is a very important population centre.

Is Playa de Palma the same as Palma Nova? ›

Palma Nova Beach is seven kilometers (4.3 mi) from Calvià, situated between Punta Nadala and es Carregador, on the Spanish Balearic island of Majorca. Besides Palmanova beach, other names by which the beach is known include "Playa de Palma Nova", and "Platja de Palma Nova".

When was Zafiro Palace Palmanova built? ›

Created in 2017 by the Plomer family, the 5-star resort Zafiro Palace Palmanova may be the loveliest in our exclusive Zafiro Palace collection. This architectural masterpiece combines the very best of comfort and luxury with a modern, Mediterranean vibe.

Where is the main strip in Palma Nova? ›

Where is the Magaluf Strip? The Magaluf strip is located on the west side of the Island of Majorca. It is located about 30-40 mins drive from the main airport in Palma. The strip sits on a road just off Carrer Punta Ballena.

When was Zafiro Palace Alcudia built? ›

Expect to be wowed upon arrival at the Zafiro Palace Alcudia. Automatic security gates open to a driveway that leads to the property, with super-sleek clean lines and sharp contemporary design. This high-end complex opened in 2015 and broke the mold in terms of the area's typical resort-style hotel.

Where not to stay in Majorca? ›

Areas to avoid

If you're after something more relaxed, do stay away from Magaluf and Palma Nova as these places are where you'll find a lot of the 18-30's groups, along with English-style pubs, a big drinking culture and all-night parties. They are also jam-packed during the peak tourism months of July and August.

What part of Majorca is best to stay? ›

Where to Stay in Mallorca: 7 Best Areas and Towns
  • Port de Pollença and Pollença in Northern Mallorca.
  • Sóller and Port de Sóller in Northwest Mallorca.
  • Deià in Northwest Mallorca.
  • Valldemossa in Northwest Mallorca.
  • Calvià and Sant Elm in Southwest Mallorca.
  • Ses Salines and Colònia de Sant Jordi in Southeast Mallorca.
Aug 25, 2022

Which side of Majorca is best? ›

Best to explore: The West coast is the most scenic to explore with the Tramuntana mountains. Best to stay: The North coast is the best part to stay with easy access to most famous attractions, nice beaches, historical towns, ruins and a little bit of everything...

How old is Palmanova? ›

Although the town was founded in 1593, its construction took about a century to complete. Once finished, it was regarded as perhaps the best-protected fortress in Europe. Yet Palmanova was a fortress that never saw a battle. In 1797, Napoleon captured the city without a fight.

What is the history of Palmanova? ›

Palmanova was built following the ideals of a utopia. It is a concentric city with the form of a star, with three nine-sided ring roads intersecting in the main military radiating streets. It was built at the end of the 16th century by the Venetian Republic which was, at the time, a major center of trade.

Does Palma Nova have an old town? ›

A visit to Palma's picturesque Old Town is always highly recommended. Known in Spanish as 'El Casco Antiguo', it's where the majority of must-see tourist attractions are located, such as the majestic 'La Seu' Cathedral, the Royal Palace of Almudaina and Es Baluard Contemporary Art Museum.

Can you drink on the beach in Palma Nova? ›

Please be aware that alcohol and glass bottles/containers are illegal on all Palma Nova's beaches. Also, worth noting is that this beach has special water wheelchairs to assist disabled holidaymakers get to the water with the assistance of the lifeguards.

When was Alcudia pins built? ›

Built in 1987 and fully refurbished during the winter of 2001, the modern low rise Aparthotel Alcudia Pins has a total of 590 guest rooms, offering a choice of both one and two bedroom self catering apartments, which are distributed between a number of 4 storey buildings, and set amidst spacious Mediterranean style ...


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