A clifftop perch with plenty of good hiking trails leading off from it. It's less than a kilometre from the secluded shingle beach of S’Illot, but it is a steep trek down.
If you’re expecting bare-bones, monkish bedrooms think again. There are eight in total - all recently renovated, simply but comfortably furnished with sunlight streaming through the windows, buttermilk-coloured walls and exposed wood beams. Better still they are all centrally heated and have en-suite bathrooms. The silence meanwhile will ensure one of the best nights sleep you've had in a while.
The hostal has a spacious, if sparsely decorated living room and a terrace with wonderful views. Sunsets here are particularly dazzling.
Eating and drinking
The restaurant specialises in hearty Mallorquín cooking (the kind of rib-sticking dishes that bring you back to life after a day of hiking), and top-notch rice dishes. It is shut on Mondays.
Friendly, accomodating and full of good tips on hiking routes.
Who stays there
Outdoorsy types and anyone looking to get far from the madding crowd.
Great value, especially considering the standard of the accommodation and its spectacular location. Breakfast is included.
- Backpackers / Students
- Seasoned travellers
- Sporty types
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- No fuss
- Nature / wildlife
Pros & Cons
- Fab views