The place :
Majorca is one of the 5 Balearic islands, a Spanish archipelago located about 250 km away from Valencia, in the Mediterranean sea. The beauty of its coasts and the mildness of its climate made of Majorca one of the main tourist destinations in Spain.
Peaceful beaches, historic villages, folklore and inhabitants friendship will contribute to the success of your holidays. The island has many creeks with fine white sand but holds many surprises for people thinking they will only find a cliché of sea and sun there.
In Majorca, protected areas represent more than 40% of the territory creating many natural parks. Hotels and residences :
Eurotel Golf Punta Rotja
Eurotel as a whole, lives up to the highest expectations with a perfect blend of sun, sea and natural beauty in one of the most attractive beauty spots in Majorca. It has over 200 rooms and suites on offer, most of them with an internet connection. They all come with terraces, minibars, TV, air conditioning and heating. Its location beside the sea with 25.000 m2 of gardens is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. It is the only hotel on the renowned ``Costa de los Pinos``. Restaurants :
You may come to this restaurant to take your breakfast or your dinner in a buffet style.
Restaurant "La Cabaña"
It is an a la carte restaurant located in the hotel’s gardens with a nice view over the bay. Sports and Activities :
The Eurotel is situated next to 5 golf courses. The Capdepera Golf is an 18 holes situated 15 km away from the hotel in a beautiful valley. Canyamel Golf Club is a more technique course 15 km away from the hotel. Pula Golf is an 18 holes 6 km away. Vall d’Or has a rather atypical layout. Son Servera Golf Club is a 5 minutes walk from Eurotel. When staying at Eurotel you benefit from special prices for green fees or golf packages. Discounts range from 10 to 25%
In addition, Eurotel has 4 tennis courts with a trainer at your disposal. Also : diving, hiking, volley-ball, horse-riding and rowing.
Do not miss the several natural parks of Majorca.
Located in the heart of the Alcudia bay in the north of the island the marshes of S’Albufera are the largest wet zone in Majorca. Criss-crossed by canals, these flooded low lands are linked to the sea by a large sandy area. You can go there by bike or on foot. In autumn and spring, it is a paradise for ornithologists who come to observe the birds that nest there.
The Mondrago Park is situated in the south east of Majorca. It is one of the best beaches of the island. Observing migratory birds and walking along the waterways and the sea is particularly pleasant off season.
The two small islands off Majorca are two smaller parks: Sa Dragonera and Cabrera. They are surrounded by turquoise waters. The park houses a castle and a small museum which tells the story of the Balearic Islands.
Serra de Tramuntana has always been the haven of many artists and philanthropists from Chopin to Robert Graves. From the Andratx port to the Formentor Peninsula, the Majorcan mountains and its wonderful oak forests offer a striking blending of natural sites. Access :
1h between Palma airport and EurotelBy plane
2h20 flight between London and Palma
2h40 between Berlin and Palma
3h from Geneva with a stop in Barcelona
2h from Luxembourg to Palma