The Sa Cabana Hotel & Spa swimming pool is probably the most special swimming pool in Mallorca. Built in an old safareig (a tank used for storing water in the island’s possessions), the hotel has respected its circular shape, surrounding it with a magnificent solarium with comfortable furniture and a wooden deck floor, creating the perfect space for sunbathing. The views from the swimming pool are truly spectacular: to the north lie the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana and to the south, the bucolic landscape of Mallorca, surrounded by farmland dotted with vineyards, carob and almond trees.
Singular, surprising rooms. All rooms are luminous and comfortable, fitted with picture windows and plenty of thoughtful details as you would expect from a 4-star rural boutique Sa Cabana Hotel & Spa in Mallorca. With a warm decor exuding serenity and comfort, all rooms have flat-screen TV, air conditioning, and heating, hairdryer, vanity mirror, heated towel rails, a range of bathroom amenities and mini bar.
Enjoy an à la carte dinner in the CUP restaurant located in the farmhouse’s old wine-cellar, offering select wines from DO Binissalem as well as other important wine producing regions.
A SPA designed for rest and relaxation with friends, family or as a couple, in a relaxed atmosphere, located under the elevated pool, circular configuration follows the contour of the outdoor pool and echoes the holistic philosophy that blends experience.
Mallorca is an island of contrasts. Considered by many as one of the most beautiful places in Spain, the island is a place where to get lost and live a unique experience. The 550 kilometres of coastline is home to everything from long beaches of white and ochre sand in the south-east, with full amenities and services, to the hidden coves in the north, marvellous beauty spots for the more adventurous visitor.
The island is rich in culture and activities, so you won’t be short of things to see and do while you are here. There are many different international festivals of classical music, jazz, pop, and rock. All this and more can be experienced with a visit to one of many cultural events.
Activities like crazy golf, tree top adventure, paintballing and go-karting are some of the most popular. Perhaps you would be tempted by with some rock climbing, coasteering or mountain biking.
Spending one or two days discovering Palma de Mallorca is a must when visiting Mallorca. You can also go on a tour of a distinctive City Sightseeing open-top bus, which gives you a great overview of Mallorca’s capital.
With 262 beaches around the island, Mallorca is a paradise for the sun, sand, and sea lover. Long sandy beaches can be found on all the coasts except for the west, which is dominated by cliffs and rocky coves. For pretty sandy coves with sparkling seas, head to the east coast.
Stroll around one of Mallorca’s beautiful small villages and you’ll feel as though you’ve stepped back in time. Try the legendary towns of Deià and Valldemossa, hidden in the hills of the Tramuntana mountain. Sóller has amazing architectural gems and a rich history.