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Costa de los Pinos holidays take you to the east coast of Majorca close to Cala Bona and Cala Millor. It a purpose built resort which is basically a large hotel surrounded by woods and facing a fine shingle beach. It is an ideal choice for those seeking a relaxing break by the sea. Although Costa de los Pinos is peaceful, neighbouring resorts possess a wide variety of recreational activities, so life need never be dull.
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Costa de los Pinos holidays offer a relaxing break by the sea in a very pretty area of Majorca. Although days in the resort are centred around the pools and the beach, there are a number of sandy beaches nearby, where water sports can be enjoyed as well as a range of recreational facilities. There are three golf courses in the area. If you wish to explore the area, car hire is recommended.
Costa de los Pinos appeals particularly to families and couples looking for a relaxing beach holiday where food is good and the wine flows. Evening entertainment is mainly hotel based. The resort also appeals to golfers as they have a choice of courses.
The holiday season in Costa de los Pinos begins in April and ends in late October. Temperatures range from twenty to mid thirty degrees centigrade.
Costa de los Pinos on Majorca’s east coast is a small, relaxed resort with a shingle beach. Since not much goes on here it is the perfect choice for those who wish to escape from the hurly-burly of twenty-first century living. Being so close to Cala Bona and with Cala Millor a little further afield, those who so wish can find a wide range of sporting activities and recreational facilities. Glass bottomed boats make regular trips along the scenic eastern coast. Rancho Willy in Cala Bona has horses and ponies for hire for those who like horse riding. As this is a popular pastime it is best to book the horses in advance in order to avoid disappointment. The Auto Safari Zoo which has a variety of African animals is another popular attraction. There is a mini train which transports visitors around the zoo thus avoiding damage to hire cars by the rather destructive monkeys who have a penchant for windscreen wipers and aerials. There are some good golf courses in the area the best of them being Pula Golf. The entry fee reflects the high standard of the course which is set in marvellous scenery with spectacular views, the best of them being from the fifteenth hole. One of Majorca’s most popular attractions lies on the east coast. Visitors travel from all over the island to visit Drach’s Caves which have an incredible array of stalactites and stalagmites all dramatically illuminated. Concerts are held in the largest cavern which also holds a lake.
Although in itself Costa de los Pinos holidays offer a rather limited choice of recreational activities, it is well placed, with the help of a car, to enjoy the many attractions in the area.
Costa de los Pinos nightlife is provided by the hotel complex and the handful of bars along the waterfront. If livelier entertainment is wanted, take a taxi to Cala Millor where you'll find discos that party into the night.
Costa de los Pinos has limited shopping but nevertheless adequately provides for all your holiday essential. Neighbouring Cala Bona has a larger variety of shops including many gift and souvenir stores. 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. The town, with its old churches, watch towers and windmills, is also the centre of the pearl industry on the island. Visitors can tour the factories and watch the manufacturing process before buying a souvenir. Popular holiday purchases include leather goods, embroidered linens, wicker goods, ceramics and glass ware.
Costa de los Pinos has a number of local restaurants providing a fairly wide cuisine that caters for most palates. If a wider choice of menu is required, Cala Bona has a good variety of eateries. Those down by the harbour provide a perfect setting for an evening meal with their reflected lights bobbing in the water. The fish restaurants in Cala Bona are excellent with fish freshly caught by the local fishermen. Local wines are very pleasing to the palate and are inexpensive. If you are new to the flavours of Spain, order tapas and you'll receive a variety of tasty, bite sized morsels. They are useful if you wish to stave off hunger during the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner. Children are always welcome customers and their taste and portion sizes are usually accommodated.