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If you’re looking for a quiet and relaxed holiday in the sun, with beautiful natural surroundings, then Puig de Ros (Puigderrós in Mallorquí) is for you. A small resort located on a magnificent and unspoilt stretch of coast, it is also conveniently close to the larger and well equipped resort of El Arenal, which has long beaches, lots of water sports and plenty of shops and restaurants. Puig de Ros itself may be small, but you’ll find a sprinkling of places to eat and drink, gorgeous little coves to explore, a golf course, and a host of fabulous walking paths. And Palma, the beautifully preserved capital of Majorca, is only a 20-minute drive away if you’re hankering for some shopping and sightseeing.

Top attractions

Top attractions

The pace of life is slow and relaxed in little Puig de Ros. You can wander down to the rocky shore, and soak up the sun, or snorkel around the stunning coastline, which is dotted with exquisite little coves. The setting is sublime and the sunsets are spectacular. There’s a sea club, with a pool, sun beds and a restaurant, above the beach, which is an idyllic spot to watch sun slip over the horizon. You’ll also find a handful of restaurants and cafés in the little resort, plus a nearby golf course. If you want sandy beaches and lots of water sports, head to nearby El Arenal, or spend the day in gorgeous Palma if you’re in the mood for some sightseeing, or want to explore the chic boutiques and tapas bars.

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Eating out

Eating out

Puig de Ros is tiny, and has just a few cafés and restaurants, many of which are located in the hotels and apartment complexes. There’s also a supermarket, and a few shops if you want to grab some picnic goodies. For a wider choice of restaurants, head to nearby El Arenal, which has everything from the popular international fast-food chains to elegant seafood restaurants. Make sure you try some Majorcan specialities, particularly the wonderfully fresh seafood. You could go for some grouper or John Dory, straight off the grill and served with just a squeeze of lemon, or go either for a paella, or the local variant, fideuà, which uses tiny noodles. 

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Families

Families

The beach in Puig de Ros may not be sandy, but it’s extraordinarily beautiful. The flat rocks, rock pools, and shallow, azure waters will keep most kids happy – particularly if they are old enough to snorkel in search of aquatic creatures. Most of the hotels and apartments in the area have pools, ideal for the littlest kids to splash about in, and there’s also a seafront club with a pool open to the public above the beach. There are no facilities on this stretch of unspoilt coast, so bring shade and picnics. If you’re looking for a sandy beach and lots of water sports, a short drive will bring you to the big resort of El Arenal, where there is also a hugely popular water park.

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Action & Adventure

Action & Adventure

Puig de Ros is set on one of the most beautiful and unspoilt stretches of coastline on the Bay of Palma. A superb destination for snorkelling and diving, it has scores of tiny coves and underwater caves to explore. There are suppliers in nearby El Arenal that offer equipment rental and arrange diving excursions to the best sites. El Arenal boasts fabulous, long sandy beaches, and facilities for all kinds of water sports, including parasailing and water-skiing. The area is fantastic for hiking with some outstanding coastal walks, and there is an 18-hole golf course on the edge of the town, plus tennis courts and a sports centre in nearby Badia Blava (which adjoins Puig de Ros).

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Beaches

Beaches

There’s no beach as such in Puig de Ros, but this stretch of coastline is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt on the Bay of Palma. There are shallow rocks and pools (including some suitable for small children), and you can explore the coast to find your own miniature cove with crystal-clear waters. The area is fantastic for snorkelling, and several suppliers in nearby El Arenal offer diving excursions here. There’s a small sandy beach in pretty Cala Blava, just up the coast and, if you want a long stretch of golden sand, https://www.loveholidays.com/holidays/el-arenal-holidays.html delivers in spades. The beach there has plenty of facilities for all kinds of water sports and has been awarded a Blue Flag for the cleanliness of the water and the excellent range of amenities. 

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Nightlife

Nightlife

The peace and tranquillity is the biggest draw at little Puig de Ros, which offers stunning scenery and gorgeous sunsets, but little in the way of bars and clubs. You will find a handful of places where you can relax over a drink as the sun goes down, or you could take a stroll along the cliffs and find your own perfect picnic spot to enjoy a bottle of wine. If you want to party, you’ll be spoilt for choice in nearby El Arenal, which has a huge range of bars, pubs and clubs, and offers something to suit all tastes, ages and budgets. 

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Couples

Couples

Puig de Ros is an idyllic destination, with stunning coastal scenery to really make you forget about the daily grind. It’s perfect for a relaxing and romantic holiday, with lots of peace and quiet, a spectacular coastline, breathtaking little coves and gorgeous sunsets. There is a sprinkling of places to eat and drink on the doorstep, plus plenty more in the large nearby resort of El Arenal. You can laze away your days in the sunshine, snorkelling in the azure coves, picnicking, and strolling across the cliffs as the sun sets. If you want some nightlife, there’s lots going on in vibrant El Arenal, or you could spend the day in the enchanting capital of Palma, about a 20-minute drive away.

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Culture

Culture

Most of the main cultural attractions in Majorca are located in Palma, the island’s beautiful and historic capital city. It has a charming and well preserved medieval heart, with narrow lanes and pretty squares, which is dominated by an enormous Gothic cathedral. The 14th-century Royal Palace sits next to the cathedral, and is also well worth a visit. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to museums, with everything from the fascinating Museo de Mallorca, set in a 16th-century mansion to the fabulous Es Baluard, a museum of contemporary art housed in a cleverly restored 16th-century fortress overlooking the sea. The spectacular studio and museum dedicated to the world-famous artist Joan Miró is a must-see. 

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