Travel Blogs from Porto Cristo
I can see why the Brits love to come to this place as it is very beautiful and it's reputation as a party place is probably unfair as it has a lot more to distinguish itself than that. It's relaxed for the most part except in the main streets and there are little bazaars and courtyards everywhere with the usual street vendors but no one pesters you greatly. The port area is very attractive with lots of palm trees lining the street and the marina is huge with some very very costly boats in ...
... collect some paperwork and he took us to a property his friends have converted to a hotel for coffee which was pretty spectacular, Anja the owner showed us around giving us a history lesson on its past and detailing the conversion that has been carried out to a very high standard whilst mixing modern with old. Well worth a look if you are ever in the area www.hotelsesbruixes.com We then went back down to the port and met John and Linda for a ...
... the water was absolutely gorgeous!
Lots of tourists bike around the island so we decided to rent bikes for the day to ride from out hotel to Palma, the largest city in Mallorca. It took us about an hour to bike to Palma but it was a very nice ride.
We made a mistake yesterday on our location. We aren't in the Black Sea it is actually the Balearic Sea. Today was just a fun day at sea. In the morning we went to the basketball/ soccer court and I shot some hoops and dribbled the alphabet 10 times. And then I played ping pong with momma. And then I went back to my room and watched the Smurf Movie 2 in German. The ...
... flight was comfortable, although the luggage weight limit dropped from the 25 kg max on our way to Mallorca to a 23 kg max on our way to Malaga (same airline, bigger plane!), so we had to repack. But, everything worked. The roads on the Costa del Sol are very unusual. The highspeed freeway actually borders the communities; the driveway to the development where we are staying is actually an exit from the freeway. And ...
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Ctra. Cuevas de Drach, s/n, Porto Cristo | 2 star hotelfrom $37
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