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C’an Pastilla, on the south east coast of Majorca is a popular resort very close to the airport and it therefore benefits from a short transfer time. Aircraft approach the airport from the sea so landings are quieter than take-offs. C’an Pastilla has grown from a small fishing port to accommodate the ever increasing numbers of summer visitors. The resort boasts a fine sandy beach with clear water and offers a wide variety of water sports.
A C’an Pastilla holiday offers sunshine, sea and sand, together with water sports and a range of attractions that appeal to a wide variety of visitors.
C’an Pastilla has broad appeal but is particularly popular with families and those looking for a relaxing break in the sun. It is a good resort for those who want to be based in a peaceful area but who would also like to sample water sports or enjoy a lively evening’s entertainment. This is because C’an Pastilla’s nearest neighbour is Arenal which is a livelier area.
The holiday season in C’an Pastilla begins in April and ends in late October. The temperature ranges from twenty to thirty degrees.
C’an Pastilla is a fairly quiet, friendly resort on the western end of the Playa de Palma, a short distance from the airport. Originally a traditional fishing village it has expanded to satisfy the demands of the tourist industry. Its narrow main street, with the Church of St. Antonio de la Playa, leads down to the charming harbour on the Bay of Palma. The smart marina holds many luxury yachts and pleasure boats. The beach is very popular with fine sand which slopes gently into the sea making it safe for children. The beach has a number of huts called ‘balnearios’ which contain rather useful showers and toilets as well as selling drinks and refreshments. Avoid people who approach you on the sea front selling designer items at low prices. Remind yourself of the expression ‘you get what you pay for’. A tree lined promenade runs along the beach for five kilometres and joins Arenal in the east. It is a pleasant walk but there is a mini-train, for the less energetic, which runs between the resorts. Although there are water sports available in C’an Pastilla, there is a much greater variety in Arenal. Cycling is a popular way to travel around or between the resorts especially since the promenade has no motorised vehicles. There are many bars, cafes and restaurants in the village, down by the harbour and along the beach. They offer a wide variety of food and drink. Local attractions include a crazy golf course with a Jurassic Park theme, much loved by children, and a water park, said to be the largest in Europe. The aqua park certainly scores highly on the excitement scale with its Tsunami, Grand Canyon and vertical drop slides. Good fun for all the family.
Evenings in C’an Pastilla are fairly low key and don’t attract many of the eighteen to thirties age group. Entertainment is mainly hotel based although there are bars that provide live music. However this is not a resort that dances until dawn. Those who wish to do so will find venues just a short taxi ride away.
C’an Pastilla offers ample opportunities for shopping. There are two markets, one on Monday and one on Thursday where you can search for your holiday bargains. There are the usual array of shops selling souvenirs and gifts. The more serious shoppers can of course take the bus to Palma which is only a short distance away.
C’an Pastilla has a wide variety of restaurants catering for most tastes and pockets. There are many British bars where the less adventurous can partake of familiar pub food. Those who want Spanish food will find traditional fish restaurants offering ‘catch of the day’ dishes, simply cooked, which delight the palate. C’an Pastille is a great place for sunsets and a perfect end to the day is to watch the sun go down while enjoying a good meal and a glass of wine.