Na Martina

Address: Ctra. Porto Petro-Cala Mondrago, Porto Petro, Majorca, Balearic Islands, 07691, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star inn
 
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This 4 star inn, located on Ctra. Porto Petro-Cala Mondrago, Porto Petro, is near Coves del Drac (Caves of the Dragon).
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      Travel Blogs from Porto Petro

      Snowing petals

      A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Mar 02, 2015

      30 photos

      ... into the semi restored finca, buying cans from a fridge in the animal stalls. Upstairs was softly lit and the warm stone walls glowed. A stunning indigo throw indicated the stage and Saidu and his students and our dance teachers exploded into rhythms. They called the children to dance, the men to dance and the women.....we rocked and clapped, delighted to be part of the evening and once on our feet no one hurried to sit down, we continue to pulse and stretch to ...

      Mallorca Off-season

      A travel blog entry by happyronin on Dec 07, 2014

      22 photos

      We have had a lovely time in Mallorca, Spain.

      All the pictures I have seen of this lovely island are chockfull of people! Where did they all go? I felt like we had the entire island to ourselves.

      We rented a car for the first few days in Mallorca. Driving the 50 minutes from the airport to the hotel gave way to the realization that this is the island of round-abouts!

      Fortunately, the ...

      Leaving Mallorca

      A travel blog entry by nmholt on Sep 23, 2014

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      Well after 2 weeks in Spain we have swapped blue waters and sun for beautiful architecture and bicycles!!
      Our last week in Mallorca was spent mainly in Cala D'or where we would wake up, go to the grocery store to buy yogurt and fruit, and then off to the beach. Cala D'or has 3 coved beaches that have rock on either side.
      We did ...

      Dragonera

      A travel blog entry by gregglucking on Sep 20, 2014

      9 photos

      ... fishy" about the place (pun completely intended!) and I was right - the water was full of all sorts of creatures, big fish, little fish (no cardboard boxes!), crabs, snails of all sorts of colours, eels and jelly fish... In fact, in true John form, he managed to get stung on the ear - which was quite painful for a bit but seemingly fine after a pint! We stopped for another swim in the sea on the way back and it was amazing how clear the water was. ...

      Cala Mesquida

      A travel blog entry by gregglucking on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... to contemplate my time here and start saying my goodbyes. For the evening, we had a quiet dinner to ourselves in a pizza place that had been recommended, and ended up trying out a few different bars afterwards (LAB, Idem, Prohibition) to see where would be best for my farewell drinks tomorrow. Suddenly going home feels very real and I'm not at all sure how I feel about it - really can't wait to see everyone... But was it long enough ...