Please contact the reception for more information and booking. You can also read about the many excursion options here:

Sun & Beach

Beachguides for Alcudia

Beachguides for Puerto Pollensa

Local Bus

Get around with the public bus and explore your destination like a local! The closest bus stop is located in the old town of Alcudia, approximately 1 km from the hotel.


See the car rental pricelist here and download our car guides below to help navigate around the area.

Car Rental Information

We work together with AVIS and can offer quality cars at special rates. Please contact HelpDesk for reservation and more information.

  • Booking Requirements: Driving licence: 1 year, minimum age: 21 years
  • You buy a full covarage insurance when you book your car


  • Delivery and Collection
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Super Collision Damage Waiver and Super Theft Protection (SCDW and STP) (i.e., zero Excess in case of damage to, or theft of, the car)
  • Roadside Assistance
  • Local taxes

All cars have ABS. The prices are in euro and per day. The type of car can be as stated or a similar type of car.

All rental prices are for reference only and subject to changes.


Mallorca offers a lot by way of shopping. Spanish design is counted among the best when it comes to both furniture and clothes. On the island you’ll also find leather articles such as jackets and bags, pottery and Mallorcan textiles with particular patterns.

Majorica pearls from Manacor should also be mentioned. At the tourist resorts most shops stay open from morning until evening every day of the week. In the villages and in Palma, official opening hours are the rule. That is week days from 10 am to 1.30 pm and from 4.30 pm to 8 pm. On Saturdays open until lunch and Sundays closed. The large department stores in Palma, however, stay open all day, and do not close for siesta. Naturally, Palma offers the best range, with everything from simple shops to exclusive boutiques.

Take a look at the large, and elegant, department store El Corte Inglés, where you’ll find most things, or C & A, a large department store with clothes at relatively modest prices. The two chain stores Mango and Zara offer fashion at reasonable prices. Most villages and town hold their own market on one or more days every week. This is where the locals shop, and almost everything is for sale; fruit, veg, household equipment, clothes, shoes, sometimes even live animals. Haggling is not common on Mallorca, but at the market it may pay to at least discuss the price. The vendors usually set up their wares around eight in the morning and will continue until siesta.

Market days:

Monday: Manacor, Montuiri, Calviá
Tuesday: Artá, Alcudia, Porreres and Santa Margalida
Wednesday: Andratx, Capdepera, Lluchmajor, Santanyi, Sineu, Sencelles and Puerto Pollensa
Thursday: Arenal, Campos and Inca
Friday: Alaró, Algaida, Binissalem, Lluchmajor, Son Servera and Puerto de Alcudia
Saturday: Bunyola, Campos, Santanyi, Cala Ratjada, Sóller and Palma (flea market at Polígono Son Fuster) Sunday: Alcudia, Felantix, Pollensa, Santa Maria, Consell (flea market) and Valldemossa

Good buys on Mallorca

Shoes There is a wide range of shoe shops on Mallorca, particularly sandals, slip ins, flip flops and other ladies’ summer shoes.

Pottery Wherever you go on Mallorca, there are pretty vases and pottery for sale. The production is an old tradition, and with a bit of luck, you could lay your hands on really nice stuff at a really nice price.

Alcohol Wine, spirits and beer are all equally cheap in the supermarkets, particularly in the larger shops.

Pearls The world’s third finest pearls, the Majorica pearls, are made in Manacor, from fish scales. Make a visit to the factory and buy pearls at a reasonable price.

Leather Good quality leather products are easy to find on Mallorca, mainly jackets and belts. Inca is the main seat of the island’s leather industry. Best time to visit is on Thursdays, when there is a market.

Olive oil Olive oil from Mallorca is considered to be among the best in the Mediterranean, and locally produced olive oil can be found all over the island

Beware of what you bring home, especially souvenirs made of plants or animals and pirate copies. Learn more here.