Sealand Villas

Address: Calle Joan XXIII, 104, Port de Pollenca, Majorca, Balearic Islands, 07470, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Joan XXIII, 104, Port de Pollenca, is near Cap de Formentor, Pollentia, Boquer Valley (Val de Boquer), and Formenter Peninsula.
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    Travel Blogs from Port de Pollenca

    The Cake Route

    A travel blog entry by angryswan on Sep 24, 2015

    7 photos

    ... incentive to get out there, and enough to time to burn it off on the way back :) PS while I would have liked to sneak away with such a beautiful pie, there was no way it was going to fit in my back pocket for the ride home... Nor would I likely have been able to out-ride some of the speed demons that are in the group to maintain possession of this prize for long once we were back out on the ...

    Sa Colabra

    A travel blog entry by angryswan on Sep 23, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Once there, walk through 200m of tunnels to reach the Torrent de Pareis ('twin streams'), which begins several kilometres up in the mountains at the confluence of the torrents of Lluc and Gorg Blau. Up to 400m high and only 30m wide, with some sections never seeing daylight, this dramatic gorge culminates in a small pebble beach where you can picnic among the crowds. In summer, when the gorge is dry, you can hike inland between the cliffs; do not attempt this in ...

    Round Two

    A travel blog entry by angryswan on Sep 21, 2015

    6 photos

    A couple hills and a coffee stop, not much to report today aside from another lovely day of riding. We passed many an almond tree, one of Mallorca's key products along with lemons, oranges and apricots. The coffee stop in Bunyola coincided with their feast day for their patron Saint Mateu. Song, dance, piñata-like activities for the kids, and a a parade through town with bagpipes for all the villagers was quite the sight, and it looked like everyone was ...

    Island life

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 28, 2015

    21 photos

    ... 8211; hopefully the photos show some of the wonderful paintings and altars.

    Monday 27 July
    Not doing too much today – we're basically waiting for the right winds to take us to Menorca.
    Wandered around the town a bit more, provisioning and looking for a laundrette. Strangely enough they have laundry services but no auto mats which is quite annoying to say the least. ...

    Lovely coastline

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 23, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... wedged itself. In the process of relieving it we managed to bend the stock nearly 45 degrees – not good. Needless to say Gen is not very happy – it was a quite evening to say the least.

    Saturday 18 July
    Today is a chillax day – catching up on some admin and other tasks.
    We've seen so many boats coming and going it's ridiculous. This is a very busy anchorage.

    Sunday 19 July
    After changing back to ...