Holidays to S’Illot are all about silky sands and traditional dining, while neighbouring Sa Coma is on hand for lively attractions and nightlife.
Set on Majorca’s east coast, this traditional village is the opposite of its action-packed neighbours, Sa Coma, Cala Millor and Porto Cristo. Here, it’s a little more traditional. To this day, working fishing boats still chug in and out of the port. And things revolve around the big sandy beach and a traffic-free promenade stocked with cafés, shops and bars.
S’Illot’s curve of beach is a Blue Flag-waving gem. It’s a big hit with families, thanks to its lagoon-like waters, soft sands and watersports offering. Nearby, there’s no shortage of stretches to pick from – Sa Coma, just next door, is home to another award-winning strip.
It’s easy to explore the area by jumping on the mini-train that links a couple of the coastal resorts. Right next door, Sa Coma has a legendary 54-hole crazy golf course and a family-friendly zoo. Further afield, you’ve got the popular Caves of Drach in Porto Cristo. Or there’s Majorca’s capital, Palma – about an hour’s drive away.
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