Petit Hotel Son Penya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Petit Hotel Son Penya Sant LlorenÁ des Cardassar
Travel Blogs from Sant LlorenÁ des Cardassar
... Heaven, Purgatory…you get the idea) filled with an astounding variety of stalactites and stalagmites. It is in these caves you will find the largest stalagmite (that's one that grows from the ground up) in Europe at 22m tall. The 'Queen of Pillars' is quite rare in that no stalactite hangs above to meet her half way, and whilst it looks like she's about to kiss the top of the cavern, it will take her another 5000 years to reach it.
... We stopped a few times so the boys could jump off the cliff side into the water. Afternoon nap then dinner at the resort, after our experience in Barcelona our expectations were low but we were pleasantly suprised. We've hired a car here to get around the Island so we drove to the marina area to enjoy a few cocktails (sangria) it's beautiful and there are so many amazing yatchs. ...
... the paella and we had to 'doggie-bag' the rest. The paella was certainly the best we've ever had. It was after 1800 when we returned from lunch and nobody felt like dinner.
Chris and I had a quick dip in the pool and Cathryn took the boys back to their apartment in Magalluf. Larry, Andrew and Harry are leaving for Barcelona ...
... a half. We left for lunch and went into Alcudia port and ate in a restaurant right on the water. Then I went into a shop to buy football jerseys for the grand kids. I hope they like them they cost 50 euros each. The woman said they were the official football jersey. Returned to the house and we took a dip in the pool. This place is so relaxing. After a while we went over to the canopied double loungers and rested. Then we showered ...
Clive and Chris went out for a cycle today whilst the girls and William drove to Andratx for lunch, gelato and a quick look around.
Andratx is a sweet town with a small fishing harbour full of recreational boats and fishing trawlers. Whilst there for our late (Spanish-time) lunch, we also saw the trawlers returning with their day's catch. There is a small fresh fish market ...