On the sand beach in front of the port and within spitting distance of the marina proper. Perfect for boat lovers, or landlubbers who like to look at them.
OK, it’s not boutique, but the rooms here are considerably better sized than some of their fancier counterparts. Décor is rather conservative and the beds are a tiny bit hard, but the best do have the added bonus of a large balcony furnished with comfy sunloungers facing the sea. All have free WiFi and tea- and coffee-making facilities.
There’s a great terrace out front with a walkway connecting it to the marina, a couple of rather chintzy, old-fashioned lounges (one with a huge open fireplace) and a decent Majorcan restaurant.
Eating and drinking
Good value Majorcan dishes, fish and seafood in the restaurant. Full English at breakfast!
Live entertainment of the singing, dancing variety on summer evenings.
One big happy family really. You can’t fault the welcome, and they are full of tips on stuff to see and do in the area.
Who stays there
Families, couples, lots of them English and many are return guests.
Exceptional value - you can sometimes get a double with a sea view and terrace in high season for less than 75 euros a night. Plenty of discounts in low season. Breakfast included.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- Live entertainment
Pros & Cons
- Old school
- No pool