Holidays to S'Illot
S'Illot means 'small island' in Catalan, and this fishing village on the east coast of Majorca certainly feels like a coastal haven. A far cry from its neighbouring Sa Coma, with its busy nightlife scene, S'Illot is a quiet community with a heavenly beach, friendly cafes and plenty of local shops and attractions. Whether you're here for a relaxing break, or you just want easy access to the surrounding area, there's plenty to do in S'Illot.
S'Illot main beach
The village's main beach is a beautiful stretch of pebble beach, surrounded by pine forests, mountains and rocky coves.
The S'Illot rock
S'Illot is named after a large rock just off the village's small bay, providing a welcome shelter from the sea breeze.
This Gothic castle was built in the 14th century and is now one of Majorca's main attractions.
Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art
Housed in a 17th century mansion, this museum houses work by 20th century artists including Picasso, Dali and Miro.
Sightseeing in Palma
Take a tour of Palma’s narrowed streets and ancient buildings and visit the Joan Miró museum and the Paseo Maritimo.
Explore the depths of the ocean without getting wet at Palma Aquarium, which has over 700 species of marine life.
S'Illot's beach has its own picnic area in the shade. Take fresh bread, meats, cheese and wine and dine by the seaside.
S'Illot is famed for its paella, and the restaurants make theirs from the seafood caught by local fishermen.
S'Illot's nightlife resides in its hotel bars, but The Little Welsh Bar is a great choice for its friendly staff.
Plenty of S'Illot's bars offer fun karaoke nights, including the popular Olympic Bar, which also hosts tribute acts.
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