Holidays to Costa De Los Pinos
One of the perennially popular Balearic Islands, Majorca is known for its dramatic limestone cliffs, sheltered coves and emerald green sea. Cultured pearl production, pottery, furniture making and wine and liquor production are among the industries you’ll find here. Costa De Los Pinos is on the east coast of the island, about an hour’s drive from Palma, as is a good place to head for a quieter Balearic experience.
A proper urban beach that’s about a kilometre long and with white sand. A promenade runs along the back.
Costa De Los Pinos
A small beach with fine white sand and lovely clear aqua-coloured water. It can get busy but is always tranquil.
Listen to classical musicians play at the Caves of Drach, just 17km away. The magical caves provide perfect acoustics.
Wine tasting tours
Take a trip out to the island’s picturesque vineyards and see how the local wine is made, then taste for yourself.
Get in a round of golf at the local Son Servera club. There are another 3 clubs within 20 minutes’ drive.
There are tour operators who will take you by land and sea to explore the entire island in just a day.
Paella Catalan style – the local version of the national dish is made with noodles instead of rice and seafood.
Kick start your morning with frito Mallorquin, a kind of hash, with meat, tomatoes and onions fried in garlic and oil.
It’s all about the quiet life on this side of the island, so enjoy a beer on the beach as the sun goes down.
For a good old pub, Cala Millor is just 5km away and has home from home drinking dens. Fancy a pint at the Rose & Crown?
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