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Can Yamel lies between Cala Millor and Cala Ratjada on the east coast of Majorca about sixty kilometres from Palma. The transfer from the airport is roughly eighty minutes.
Surrounded by pine woods, Can Yamel is a small resort with a long sandy beach and a good range of shops, bars and restaurants. There are good golf courses in the area and tennis courts for the more active as well as numerous leisure activities and tourist attractions.
A Can Yamel holiday is a favourite with beach lovers. Its long sandy beach is lapped by crystal clear waters perfect for paddlers and bathers alike. The resort offers good facilities and leisure activities and there are a number of tourist attractions in the area including, within walking distance, the Arta Caves.
A Can Yamel holiday has wide appeal. Families are attracted by the beach with its safe bathing for children and weak swimmers. Couples enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and golfers have a choice of courses in the area.
The holiday season in Can Yamel begins in April and ends in late October. Temperatures range from twenty to mid thirty degrees centigrade.
Can Yamel, on the east coast of Majorca, has had a long history and first appeared on maps in the thirteenth century. There are many dwarf palm trees in the area and the production of goods made from the palms was, for many years the main source of income for the local people. Now, of course, tourism has taken over from palms but Can Yamel manages to retain its traditional charm.
Can Yamel is a small resort centred round a bay that is surrounded by pine woods. It has a wide sandy beach with gently lapping clear blue water perfect for children and weak swimmers. The resort has good provision of shops, bars and restaurants providing for the needs of holidaymakers. The defence tower in Can Yamel dates from the eleventh century and has had many functions over the years. It offers excellent views over the coast. More energetic visitors have a choice of walking along the many woodland trails, playing tennis or golf, or horse riding and cycling. The famous Arta caves are a short walk away and are certainly worth visiting. While holidaying on the east coast a visit to the Drach’s Caves should not be missed. The many caverns have a fantastic array of stalactites and stalagmites all dramatically illuminated. Concerts are often held in the largest cavern, which holds the Martel Lake. Here the acoustics are excellent and the lighting effects are spectacular.
Being so close to Cala Millor, holidaymakers can avail themselves of the many water sports on offer and also the wider choice of shops and restaurants.
Although there are bars and restaurants in Can Yamel providing evening entertainment, the resort is essentially family oriented and does not party until dawn. Those looking for lively evenings can take a short taxi ride to neighbouring Cala Millor which has vibrant discos and night clubs that remain open until dawn.
Can Yamel has a good number of supermarkets providing holiday essentials and the usual supply of gift and souvenir shops that are found in resorts around the island. These provide plenty of opportunities for purchasing holiday mementos. The nearest market is in Son Servera on Fridays but it is worth travelling twenty kilometres inland to Manacor on Mondays, to sample the market there. While in Manacor you should take a tour of the pearl factory which manufactures pearls from a process using glass and fish scales. The resulting pearls look very authentic and would make a good holiday memento!
Can Yamel has a choice of restaurants providing food to accommodate most tastes and pockets. Fish fresh from the morning’s catch is rarely disappointing and there are many excellent fish restaurants. Tapas are a good way to sample local food as a variety of dishes are served in small portions, ideal as a first course or to fill the sometimes lengthy gap between lunch and dinner. Local wines are pleasant and inexpensive