Beautifully appointed rooms – all with terrace or balcony – offer every modern comfort, the Junior Suites being particularly spacious while the Lighthouse Suite is split over two levels with outdoor Jacuzzi, and the Mar Blau Suite has its own private access.
A feast of dining options includes fabulous fresh seafood at Cap Roig Brasserie, refreshing cocktails and juices at the new 180◦ Lobby Bar and a menu of casual tapas at Es Fanals by Javier Soriano, set on the highest panoramic point of the resort. Sundowners are accompanied by creative cocktails and a fine dining fusion of Asian appetisers in Sunset Lounge. Signature treatments in Talise Spa, with its spectacular vistas over the port and mountains, include Ayurvedic and oriental therapies employing local olive oil, lemons and oranges; a Rasul suite, hammam and hydropool promise deep rejuvenation. The Babarojas Kids’ Club welcomes children from three to twelve years of age. But don’t hole up for too long; hiking or cycling the spectacular mountain trails is a must.
With a backdrop of a UNESCO protected mountain range, the intimate Jumeirah Port Sóller Hotel & Spa provides a glorious natural setting with a wealth of outdoor activities for all the family. Adventure-seekers can go hiking and cycling in the dramatic scenery of the Tramuntana mountains and enjoy a huge number of trails, suitable for all ages and abilities. Experience the awe-inspiring limestone formations of the Dragon Caves at Porto Cristo or, on the water, private yachts are available to hire for day excursions to beaches and nearby coves. End the day relaxing by the Sa Talaia lifeguard-supervised pool while little ones splash around in the year-round heated water.
Lesser known to most, Mallorca's hinterland is a revelation. Rising behind the fishing village of Port Sóller on the island's north coast, the Serra de Tramuntana mountains - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - provide a habitat for many endemic, rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. Go hiking in these spectacular hills through forests of Aleppo pine and Holm oak, whilst on the water, private yachts can be hired for day excursions to beaches and nearby coves.
Mainland Spain’s climate varies from temperate in the north to dry and hot in the south. Spring and autumn are pleasant and warm whereas July and August are hot, particularly inland. In Mallorca sunshine and warm temperatures are the norm from April to October with the cooling influence of the sea preventing excessive temperatures during the peak summer months, winters are mild and dry with occasional showers. Tenerife and Gran Canaria are year-round destinations, the climate being constantly warm for most of the year with July and August being hot.
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