Holidays to Megalohori
Translated as “the bull”, El Toro is a small cliffside village on the south west coast of Majorca, lying between the resorts of Santa Ponsa and Magaluf. Many of the houses are perched on the edge of the shimmering red cliffs. Its main attraction is Port Adriano, although the sun and sand alone should be enough to entice you here for a warm summer holiday.
Below the village lies this small secluded beach. The scenic route there passes a chapel to Saint Eirini.
A cobbled road leads to this volcanic beach, strewn with pebbles and volcanic rock. There are geothermal springs too.
Several impressive 19th Century homes survive in Oia, in particular the former quarters of the Sigouras Sarris family.
Naval Maritime Museum
Housed in a 19th Century mansion. This collection of maritime memorabilia, with pieces from ancient charts to equipment.
Photographers will love the picturesque track linking Oia to Imerovigli. They journey takes less than 3 hours.
Take up an offer from the local vineyard to learn about their history and production methods and sample their wines too.
Fresh fish and seafood appetizers
Enjoy salted, floured or fried fish in sizzling olive oil, accompanied by treats like picarel omelettes and pancakes.
Traditional, home-cooked menus
Local dishes to enjoy include calamari, chicken souvlaki, sardines, cheese balls, saganaki, souvlaki and yoghurt.
This small Scottish-themed bar in Fira offers a wide range of music to dance to, including rock, pop and trance.
Near The Highlander is another great spot for partygoers. Very busy, with a wild atmosphere, plus a chill-out area.
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