Sis Pins

Address: Anglada Camarasa, 77, Port de Pollenca, Majorca, Balearic Islands, 7470, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Anglada Camarasa, 77, Port de Pollenca, is near Alcudia Old Town, Cap de Formentor, Pollentia, and Boquer Valley (Val de Boquer).
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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

    ... According to 'See Mallorca': The journey to Sa Calobra is as memorable as the bay itself. A twisting road around Puig Major plunges 800m in just 12km, turning 270 degrees at one point to loop under itself (a feature known as the 'Knotted Tie'). A much better and easier approach is by boat from Port de Soller, passing genuinely isolated bays with an excellent view of Puig Major, albeit spoilt by the military installations on the summit of Mallorca's ...

    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

    ... got some heavy duty washing that needs to be done – we were planning on doing the laundry when we are next in a marina - which after researching is some time off.
    The marina in Mahon is asking for a minimum stay of 3 days and the charge band is the highest so we are looking at alternatives.

    Tuesday 28 July
    More of the same – completing chores and admin.


    Lovely coastline

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 23, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... up and therefore lovely places do not benefit from cruisers who like to anchor.

    We found a lovely cove where there was a tributary which we took up. We thought we'd be the only ones there but sadly soon another yacht joined us. Because of the narrowness of the tributary we dropped our kedge anchor.
    In the evening enjoyed another wonderful sunset and BBQ and listened to the sound of cicadas slowing softening with the loss of sunlight.