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Platja de Repic

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11 travelers at this place:

  • Day2

    Port de Sóller

    May 6 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 17 °C

    Unser Ziel für die kommenden 2 Nächte ist Port de Sóller. Von hier aus wollen wir die Serra de Tramuntana bewandern. Vor allem die Schlucht des Torrent de Pareis soll es morgen als Ganztageswanderung sein. Mit dem Schiff bis zur Bucht Sa Calobra und dann per pedes 850 Höhenmeter nach oben bis zum Kloster Lluc. Danach den Bus nach Sóller und mit der alten Straßenbahn zurück nach Port de Sóller.
    Doch jetzt gibt es erst einmal Sekt zur Begrüßung in unserem Boutique Hotel Minister und ein Hola vom 2,5 Jahre jungen Ara ‚Fermin‘. Mit Blick auf die Bucht lassen wir es uns gut gehen. Die Anstrengungen kommen erst morgen 😊.
    Kurz darauf beziehen wir unser gemütliches Zimmer und flanieren danach entlang der Promenade bis zum Hafen und suchen uns ein Abendlokal. Bei iberischen Spezialitäten schauen wir dem Sonnenuntergang und der immer wieder vorbeiruckelnden Straßenbahn zu.
    Nach einem großen Krug weißer Sangria wanken wir zurück zum Hotel und sinken ins Bett.
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  • Day3

    Ausflug ans Meer - Port de Soller

    May 27 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Wenn man dann mal hier ist, ist es ja auch schön, mal ans Meer zu kommen - also (in ca. 40 Minuten) eben mal ans Meer gedüst - wir haben ja glücklicherweise 4 Autos hier 😊
    Port de Sóller ist ein kleiner (jetzt noch) nicht ganz überlaufener Ort im Nordwesten von Malle ...
    Auch auf dem Weg gibt es ja immer so Einiges zu sehenRead more

  • Day377

    Port Soller

    April 27, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 17 °C

    So up fairly early today as wanted to arrived at lunchtime in Porto Soller to be able to go on vintage electric tram ride to Soller town. Trip started at 9 which is good for us and sea was beautifully flat. We saw some nice but developed anchorages as we travelled Northwest towards Isla Dragonera but once we turned the corner and were travelling North Eastwards there were very few buildings and cliffs were dramatic we also found enough wind to use the foresail, with the engine obviously and reached 7.3knots. The anchorage is sheltered and not very developed very pretty and the tram ride through the orange and lemon groves was fun. Soller town has a lovely cathedral and some cute shops as well as lots of cafes.Read more

  • Day379

    Cala de Calobra and Cala Tuent

    April 29, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Saturday we decided to take a short trip up the coast to 2 idyllic but fair weather anchorages, as you can see from the photos Cala Calobra is stunning and we managed to arrive before anyone else so got some great pictures. Still can’t get over how beautiful the north west coast of Mallorca is, there are some great walks and amazing cycle rides (but hilly). It looks like there might be some companies that organise cycle rides and hotels etc which might be worth another look perhaps for on our way back again. Due to the high winds expected Saturday night and through Sunday we returned to Port Soller to hide away, it is a very sheltered bay. After a noisy night we went for a walk towards Deia but only as far a chapelle camposte, just past there was a beautiful big French farmhouse style house split into units one of which sold drinks and delicious pastries with 2gluten free options. From there we walked to the Refuge de Mulate, next to the lighthouse to the west of Port Soller it was a stunning walk would definitely recommend it. Today we went to the local Torre took a bit of finding as not well signposted, but after a couple of false turns we found it! Today we are hoping for a long trip past the north of Mallorca and on to Menorca about 10hours.Read more

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