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Playa S'Illot

Bon Aire, Majorca

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The remote beach of Playa S’Illot makes a pleasant north Majorca alternative to the beach at Alcúdia and the long beach near Pollença, both of which are so popular with holidaymakers that they are often teeming with kitesurfers and windsurfers. It lies on the Alcúdia peninsula, to the north of the town of Alcúdia and only a few extra minutes by car. A visit to this beach and a trip to the viewpoints even further to the north could make a delightful combination. The beautiful pebble beach affords a fantastic view over the large Bay of Pollença. You can swim out to a small island nearby. Divers and snorkellers can have fun in the clear water, enjoying the interesting underwater landscape.

Playa S´Illot - Idyllic pebble beach in Pollença Bay

If you keep driving north from the popular holiday town of Alcúdia in northern Majorca, following the only road on the Alcúdia peninsula, you will pass through the village of Mal Pas and shortly reach Playa S’Illot. Right by the beach there is a fairly large car park, which is normally only full at weekends and on public holidays. S’Illot beach is especially popular with locals. There is a small restaurant, also called S'Illot, with a superb view over Pollença Bay, and some wooden picnic tables beneath the shady trees.

The beach itself is a few metres below and an easy path leads down onto it. In contrast to the sandy beaches normally to be found in the area, the surface here is pebbly. If you prefer pebbles, you'll find this a pleasant change. If, however, you find them a bit hard, you'll need to bring something soft to lie on, as there are no sun loungers or umbrellas for hire here. There's also a distinct lack of shady spots.

The view of the bay and the rocky hills on the opposite coast is intoxicating. A mere 30 metres from the beach, within swimming distance, there is a small uninhabited island, where you can indulge in some peaceful sunbathing or jump off the rocks into the water. Playa S’Illot, with its interesting rocky landscape and crystal clear water is also a good spot for divers and snorkellers. There is no diving school, but the nearby schools in Mal Pas and Alcúdia are happy to bring tours here.

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Playa S'Illot is suitable for
Every beach is unique. Apart from how the beach looks and its surroundings it is mainly the people and the amenities here which give the beach its character.
Relaxation: 6/10 points
Place 41 of 96
At this well-equipped beach you can switch off and forget your day-to-day stress.
Family: 5/10 points
Place 69 of 96
Even though It is not ideal here, you will still see some families around.
Water sports: 1/10 points
Place 71 of 96
No wind and no waves here mean that this is definitely the wrong place for water-sports enthusiasts.
Party: 1/10 points
Place 68 of 96
There is nothing going on at this beach and no party in sight for miles.

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Restaurante S'Illot

Offer: Food, Drinks, Snacks

Price level: Cheap

Exclusivity: Normal

Clientel: Normal

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    Offer: Food, Drinks, Snacks

    Price level: Cheap

    Exclusivity: Normal

    Clientel: Normal

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geo coordinates: 39.872766, 3.16179
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