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An Ex-sail-lent Time in Palma, Mallorca

Hi there,

A very Happy New Year to you all! I’ve just come back from a sailing trip and I must say I had an ex-sail-lent time with the family.

On our trip I stopped off in sunny Palma, Mallorca, a truly beautiful Spanish island. There’s a large sailing community so this town naturally appeals to me. Palma is renowned for its stunning sunsets, its history and it’s Spanish cosmopolitan society.

On land there are plenty of things to see and do. The narrow lanes and cobbled streets of this medieval town give a historic contrast to a typical urban sprawl. Tucked away are some charming cafes and an abundance of restaurants and tapas bars.

In the heart of the old town, we stopped at Hotel Tres. This luxurious hotel is cool and relaxing and a great location for getting out and about in Palma. You’ll be in for a treat if you’re planning a stay there this year!

Take a sauna, then plunge into the rooftop pool with views over the Gothic cathedral.

Take a sauna, then plunge into the rooftop pool with views over the Gothic cathedral.

Hotel Tres has a contemporary look and feel and maintains it’s rustic Mallorcan charm and history as part of a 16th century palace. If you opt for the Grand Suite you’ll have your own rooftop terrace, complete with a Jacuzzi and a sensational view facing Palma cathedral.

Palma is a wonderful place to spend your holiday, and Hotel Tres is definitely one to add to your wish list. Have you visited Palma? Or stayed at Hotel Tres?  Do let me know.

More later, Paul

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  1. twotwo #

    I’ve read some posts and i like your blog.I’m just starting up my own and only hope that i can write as well , thanks!.


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