Villa Els Fiters

Cala San Vicente, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 

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Seafood Paella

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... impressive new marina by designer Philippe Starck.

Lunch was amazing! We ordered 3 types of paella - the black squid ink, fish and shellfish. Starters were fried baby squid, pimientos de padron and galician octopus. This was all accompanied by refreshing (but potent) glasses of icy cold sangria. Try as we did, all 11 of us could ...

A stroll in Andratx

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... The boys were going to be ravenous after their long bike ride up to Valldemossa.

We ended up at another supermarket in Santa Ponca instead - Erosti.

Had a lovely dinner back at the farm this evening for 11. Lively conversation, steaks and sausages on the BBQ with mushrooms, asparagus, potatoes, salad and lots of wine followed by cheese and delicious Majorcan ...

The rain in Spain ....

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... wanted to go to the beach so they were ferried to Camp de Mar.

Cathryn and I stayed in the villa and when I finally decided to go for a swim, it started to rain. The clouds had been threatening all day and when the floodgates opened, it continued for an hour. Cathryn had just come out of the pool but Chris had just gone in. Clive too, was poised to go in when ...

Catching up where we left off

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... we spent a good hour stocking up on a trolley load of water, wines, beers, and other drinks, more jamon, fruit, vegetables, eggs and fish for tonight's dinner to name a few.

After returning to the farmhouse to unpack the groceries, have more wine (of course) and chill for a bit, it was time to pick Kate (Franklyn) up from the airport. Clive went along with Nikki and Chris to direct them. There followed a period of anxiety shared by ...

Palma de Mallorca

A travel blog entry by heather-jak

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... dinner-quite a lot of folk have stayed in town to have dinner and party as we don't leave port until midnight so quite quiet on board for a change. There are normally around seven hundred folk making noise so it's quite blissful. We sail into Valencia in the morning so will probably have quite an early start. Have to start thinking about where we end up next . At this stage it will probably be Venice. Think we are gaining a kilo a day with all this yummy food-well maybe half a ...

Location

This hotel, located on Cala San Vicente, Majorca, is near Cap de Formentor, Formenter Peninsula, Boquer Valley (Val de Boquer), and Puig de Pollenca.
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