S'Illot, Mallorca - Map and Information

Map of S'Illot


S'Illot, Mallorca

Distances:

Accommodation within 2KM from

4.4 Km 
Hotel Cala Bona


Closest Towns and Shops

0.4 Km 
Sa Coma
3.6 Km 
Cala Millor Resort
4.4 Km 
Cala Bona Resort
5.1 Km 
Porto Cristo


Closest Beaches

2.7 Km 
Cala Millor Beach
7.1 Km 
Cala Varques




resorts, S'Illot, Mallorca

Families love S’Illot and many return to it year after year. So what’s the attraction? Well it’s situated on a pretty stretch of coastline and has a modern promenade that runs through the resort to nearby Sa Coma – giving you two resorts for the price of one!

S'Illot was originally a small fishing village and still retains the charm and ambience not always found in more modern resorts. The locals here still like to sit in the shade of a palm tree and gossip with their neighbours...nothing is too hurried. The sparkling white beach adds a wow factor to the resort and you'll find plenty of facilities to keep you busy both day and evening.

Beach:

A broad sweep of white beach that’s backed by a promenade. The facilities here are excellent at this blue flag beach and the gently shelving sands make it safe even for toddlers. There’s a good selection of water sports to help you burn off some calories – then put them all back in by having a lazy lunch at one of the many cafe bars!

Nightlife:

You won’t find the nightlife here carrying on into the early hours as it's a more relaxed affair centred around family entertainment and restuarants, but there are a couple of ‘hot spots’ one being ‘crazy monkeys’ which is a popular ‘chill out’ cocktail bar loved by all. If you want to ‘shake your bootie’ ‘til dawn then head for Sa Coma - a taxi there isn’t that expensive.

Who goes there:

Mainly families and older couples, this resort isn’t for the young and lively.

Accommodation:

Mid range hotels and self catering apartments.

What to do:

  • There’s a good selection of nearby activities:
    Mini Golf Paradis is a huge mini golf complex that’s great fun for toddlers right through to grandmas. Set within beautifully landscaped gardens you get allocated an 18-hole course to play (a choice of 3).
  • Auto Safari Zoo is a popular day out. On the way to Cala Millor it’s usually easy enough to there from the resort on the courtesy bus they operate throughout the day (look out for info in the resort). The entrance price is reasonable and you can buy refreshments on site.
  • If the kids need to burn off some energy then take them for a 45 minute walk and send them up to the top of the medieval watchtower on the headland at Punta de n'Amer whilst you relax with a beer at the on-site cafe!

Fiesta:

The resort itself doesn’t have a fiesta...but nearby Sant Llorenc is the place to be for the week long fiesta held on the 10th August. There’s lots of sporting events, live music and dancing in the streets...so maybe worth a visit if you’re on holiday then.

Psst! You’ll be surprised to hear that in the 1970’s this area had its own railway line. It ran from Manacor to Arta and you can still see the old, rather grand sttaion building in the centre of Sant Llorenc


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