Sealand Villas

Address: Calle Joan XXIII, 104, Port de Pollenca, Majorca, Balearic Islands, 07470, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Joan XXIII, 104, Port de Pollenca, is near Cap de Formentor, Formenter Peninsula, Boquer Valley (Val de Boquer), and Pollentia.
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      Travel Blogs from Port de Pollenca

      February in the Med......brrrrrrrr!

      A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Feb 06, 2015

      32 photos

      ... effort to wake up earlier, only to find it was still dark outside and prospect of sitting on the quay seemed daft.....back to bed! Warm porridge and burnt toast breakfast (the stove is a beast!) and ready for the day...OSMAing planks in the garage and then I squeezed into the low ceiling berth to paint on thick bilge top coat. I emerged a little later, splattered and hair thick with paint! After lunch I made some soup for tomorrow and strolled along ...

      The One Month Mark and a Visit to Mallorca

      A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Oct 01, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... pm). It’s still a bit of a weird cycle and we’re trying to figure out if all of us are getting enough sleep and enough downtime.

      A weekend trip to Mallorca

      Speaking of downtime, we skipped out of school halfway through last Thursday and hoped an AirEuropa flight to Mallorca. A quick hour across the Mediterranean, we were delighted with how easy it was to find ourselves in a gorgeous tiny bay, surrounded ...

      Dragonera

      A travel blog entry by gregglucking on Sep 20, 2014

      9 photos

      ... Spanish omelette with unlimited sangria...!! Although I think I only managed two glasses (honestly!). The island is uninhabited, except for thousands of small lizards, who were very welcoming! It was lots of fun trying to help John get over his fears, and it was useful to have our own "dragon-handler" (Andrea) on hand. We only had an hour to spend on the island, and after a short walk, the others went for a swim. However, I thought there was something ...

      Cala Mesquida

      A travel blog entry by gregglucking on Sep 19, 2014

      2 photos

      Last day at school... And thankfully Javier made it quite fun! We practised telephone conversations and played Taboo in Spanish which I think was a very useful way of practicing what we had learnt - and was good fun (no Lucking cheating tactics allowed!). At the end of the lesson, I was handed my certificate -140 hours of lessons! My progress is apparently just higher than a GCSE in Spanish - so nowhere near fluent, but not bad for 7 ...

      Es Trenc

      A travel blog entry by gregglucking on Sep 18, 2014

      4 photos

      After school today, James drove us to Coloni Sant Jordi, a pretty little port, for a bite to eat. We had intended to explore a nearby beach which was recommended by a local, but after having had quite a few days of exploring recently, we drove straight to Es Trenc beach instead. People had told me that this was their favourite beach on the island... It's definitely nice. A very long, narrow beach with nice sand and sea. However, it seemed to be having ...