Mallorca fly and flop to the beach resort of Port de Pollença
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The perfect package with flights included
Double Sea View room
A relaxing all-inclusive beach escape to the resort of Port de Pollença, staying in a recently renovated pad – includes a bottle of wine and all travel
- For a relaxing holiday in the Med you can’t go wrong with Mallorca: a seemingly endless choice of beaches, beautiful mountain scenery and small enough to explore much of the island on day trips, should you be inclined to get out and see the sights. If it’s a fly and flop holiday you’re after, Cabot Pollensa Park Spa is the ideal choice.
- The recently-refurbished resort features a soothing spa with swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and hammam, plus an array of treatments. Enjoy buffet-style dining, keep the kids entertained at the children’s area and stay active with the help of the entertainment team.
- With the Sierra Tramuntana nearby and numerous winding roads to explore, the region is rightly famous for its cycling prowess – Bradley Wiggins is a fan. The hotel can arrange bike hire and has a garage where you can store your two-wheeled steed. Alternatively, the concierge can arrange car hire.
- Sun terrace
- Laundry services
- 24-hour reception
- Bike rental and garage
- Wellness centre
- Swimming pool
- On-site parking
How to get there
Return flights are included in your holiday and will bring you direct to Palma de Mallorca airport. You will then have a private airport transfer from the airport to the hotel, which is located in the far north of the island about 50 minutes’ drive away. The hotel enjoys a central position within Port de Pollença, overlooking the bay and the marina. It’s a 10-minute walk to the main commercial area of town, where there are shops and restaurants.
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