Holidays to Canyamel
With a backdrop of low mountains and surrounded by pine forest and olive groves, the sleepy town of Playa de Canyamel is approximately a 1.5 hour drive from Palma international airport. Having resisted the temptation to overbuild and attract the large tour operators, Playa de Canyamel and its wide white sandy beach have remained unknown to many. Nature lovers have many trails to hike alongside the Torrente de Canyamel, a wetland reserve that is home to many species of birds and wildlife.
Playa de Canyamel
Great for families and people looking for rest and relaxation, Playa de Canyamel has visitors returning year after year.
Playa Font de Sa Cala
Small sandy bay that attracts families from the waterfront hotels. Not a beach for those seeking relaxation.
Museu de Mallorca
Located in Palma, the Museu de Mallorca is a treasure trove of the island’s rich history with information in English.
Robert Graves Museum, Deia
The former home of British poet and author Robert Graves is now open to the general public.
Vespa scooter tour
Tour the island for a morning on your very own Vespa. Drivers have to be over 21 and passengers over 18.
Illes Balears ballooning
Soar over the Mallorcan countryside in a hot air balloon and see the sights with a knowledgeable guide.
Pimientos de Padrón.
Small usually green peppers, fried in olive oil and seasoned with rock salt. Only one in ten is spicy, but which one?
Pa amb oli
Pa amb oli is brown Mallorcan bread rubbed with garlic and ramallet tomato before selecting additional toppings.
Bierbrunnen Sa Font
German pub with 3 bars and 12 TVs to watch the football, it attracts a young crowd and is open until late.
Keops disco is the place to go to get your late night groove on while drinking reasonably priced cocktails.
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