28 May 2020 - 29 May 2020
2 adults - 1 room
My family lives there, if you avoid the borrachos ( slang for tourists and british people, meaning drunks) in magaluf, you'll be fine if you avoid them, it has got to the point where British police are having to assist the municipal police and sometimes even the guardia. lots of cathedrals and beaches, museum's, mountains, nice countryside, wrecked by the motorways they built 10 years ago, but on the north side of the island it is a good place to go walking off the beaten track. Good for families, so long as you stay away from magaluf. And if you want to go to magaluf f*** off hijop@#*s the locals dont want you and your vomiting rowdyness. The best time of year is spring or the 6th of January for dia de los reyes, avoid the beaches in summer, they are filled with half brained salchichas (sausages) who are trying to burn themselves to make themselves look brown and wrinkly.
I spent 5 nights here, travelled round Palma city centre on foot and it was great. The train to Sollér was the best! Port de Sollèr was lovely, great people, cafes, food and cocktails.
Lots to see and do. Great history and architecture. Lovely tapas, restaurants and bars.
I was there for 10 days on a catamaran with my friends and family. We sailed over the south coast. It was one of my best holidays ever!