Photography by Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel and Spa

Like the storied sailors of yore, you’ll feel the briny wind caress your face in Port Soller, a fishing village, nestled in a horseshoe-shaped bay on Mallorca.

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6 Responses

  1. DBCoop says:

    Having just returned from Menorca, Spain's little sister island to Mallorca, I can definitely say without hesitation, "Give me Mallorca or give me Menorca." Either one offers the liberty of a calmer lifestyle and a refreshing breath of sea air. Both are perfect for a short vacation respite or a long-term retirement in paradise.

    My favorite town on Menorca? Easily, the answer is Port Addaia. What tranquility and scenic seaside beauty I discovered there!

    Should I be sharing this with the world? Ah, well, it seems that Port Addaia's secret is out now. In return, just leave a small untouched corner for me, preferably with a charming cottage attached, a semi-tropical garden splashed with color and, naturally, a bucolic fishing village and water view from nearly every room.

  2. Spain's destinations' to take thru any offer includes many castles for cliffy views on places. But I'm not this ones for a biggest trip ever thru 'travelcom', so why not try next?

  3. Andre says:

    Phenomenally beautiful and vibrant island, and really it's the same all over Spain. Wonderful country.

  4. Wow , such nice place, definitely not to miss when you visit Spain.

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