Pack your bags for Mediterranean sun, white sand beaches and a slice of the simple life on cheap holidays to S’Illot.
A traditional fishing village perched on the southeastern edge of Majorca, holidays in S’Illot remain endearingly untouched by the hands of tourism. The curved beach, gently lapped by emerald waters, is sure to capture your attention. However, you need only look round the corner of this peaceful resort to find ancient towers, awe-inspiring caves and authentic Spanish restaurants.
Ancient ruins in S’Illot
Little has changed over the years in sleepy S’Illot, but perhaps the greatest glimpse into local history is the Talayotic ruins on the edge of town. Incredibly, this mysterious stone village dates back to the Bronze Age. Observation platforms and information boards shine light on the prehistoric settlement, one of the most important archaeological sites on the island.
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Your guide to Sillot holidays
Holidays in S’Illot are tailor-made for lazy days, with a quiet charm that’s unlike anywhere else.
- S’Illot remains a fishing village at heart. One spectacle you won’t want to miss is the local fishermen hauling their colourful fishing boats (filled with fresh catches!) onto the shore each day.
- Enjoy endless seafront strolls on the traffic-free promenade that runs alongside the beach. Perfect for stunning sea views without getting sand between your toes!
- Follow the promenade north and within five minutes you’ll stumble upon Sa Coma. Bigger and with a bit more bustle, the town’s plentiful shops and activities are a favourite with families.
- It’s not just beach resorts that line this stretch of Majorcan coastline. Punta de n’Amer is a protected nature reserve immediately north of S’Illot, crowned by a 17th century fortress with magnificent ocean views.
- Fancy a big night out between your idyllic island days? Cala Millor boasts beach bars and evening entertainment in spades. Plus, it’s just a five minute taxi ride back to your tranquil oasis!
Escape into nature in S’Illot
From candlelit caves to the lustrous waters of the Mediterranean Sea, S’Illot holidays promise landscapes straight out of a fairytale.
- Home to underwater lakes, amazing rock formations and magical light shows, the nearby Caves of Drach and Ham are out of this world. Join a guided tour and get ready to gawp.
- Hiking heaven awaits on the rocky peninsula of Punta de n’Amer. Criss-crossed trails invite you to soak up ocean views and glimpse local birdlife, including hoopoes and curlews.
- The higgledy-piggledy coastline surrounding S’Illot is ripe for exploration. Hop on a kayak excursion and paddle your way between private coves far from the holiday crowds.
- Swim nose-to-nose with all manner of marine life on a scuba diving trip. Majorca’s diving sites are renowned across the Mediterranean, from underwater meadows to dramatic sea caverns.
- Combining rock scrambling, sea swimming and epic jumps, coasteering is one wild ride. Join friendly instructors and experience the thrills of the Majorcan coast in this most memorable manner.
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Majorca is blessed with warm weather throughout the year, from scorching summers to mild winter sun. If you’re set on blissful beach days, the summer holiday season of June to September is the best time to travel.
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Prices last checked at 15:33 27 January 2021