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Set on Sant Elm's beach front, Universal Aquamarin & Aquavilla offers functional, air-conditioned rooms with furnished balconies. There is a buffet restaurant and 24-hour reception. The breakfast was the standard continental, with option of several breads, pastries, fruits and hot food (eggs, bacon, susages..) You can eat in the terraze lookg at the ocean.
Located in Sant Elm and with Sa Dragonera reachable within 0.9 mi, Hostal Dragonera provides a tour desk, nonsmoking rooms, a bar, free WiFi and a shared lounge. Rooms small but perfectly formed, modern bathroom. Good air con and WiFi. Nice breakfast in beautiful room overlooking the sea. We ate salady stuff at Casita de mar opposite, lovely, and had a sumptuous meal at Es Moli. Was going to Dragonera but the boat was full, essential to book ahead.
Set next the sheltered Sant Elm Beach, Universal Aparthotel Don Camilo offers large outdoor pools, terraces and gardens. Each apartment and studio has a spacious terrace with views of Sant Elm Bay. The rooms were really spacious with beautiful terrace and a wonderful view. From every room you have nice view on the sea. The beach is really near, you can choose from two different. We were travelling with kids and we loved the sand beach and the fact that you can go pretty far and have still low water. There is just one street in the city where are restaurants and it´s a bit quiet. Go and try a restaurant La Cocote which is at the end of the street and than up right a little. And also one near the beach, designed in blue colour. Really wonderful.
Located 0.9 mi from Cala en Basset Beach, Punt Blanc Residence offers a terrace, and accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. The location was fantastic, a nice walk into the town. The patio was lovely to relax in and the facilities at the apartment were great.
Located in Sant Elm, 1.2 mi from Cala en Basset Beach and 0.7 mi from Sa Dragonera, Hébergement front de mer offers free WiFi, a terrace and air conditioning. The property has sea views. Front line. Beautiful view. Near to everything.reasonable price.
One of the* must visit *on the list when you are coming to Mallorca . Personally St Elm is one of my favorite places in this beautiful island. You can do a lot of outdoor activities near by like hiking or kayaking, going to Dragonera the small Island where you can find only these living creatures like small lizards
Sant Elm is a simple holiday resort with 2 sandy beaches and a main street with restaurants. cafes and other pleasant touristy shops. There are several interesting walks in the surrounding hills and places were you can hire activity equipment. There are is a regular bus service to the nearby market (Wednesday) and you can reach several other resorts along that coast. The local taxi service is reliable not too expensive.
Nice little town. Can highly recommend a trip to Sa Dragonera on the boat, the view from the top of the hill is well worth the effort. Great to e able to jump in the sea after a hot days walking as well. Beach is clean and in late September is not to crowded and the sea is still warm. The sunsets are fantastic.
We have visited Sant Telm for over 40 years and it is still quanint and unspoilt. Part of the French traditional part of the island with market towns across the Tramjntana hills. National Park and Dragoneta island perfect for walking and cycling. Sandy beach that has a soft gradient for young children. Wide choice of local restaurants and family run bars with pedestrianised beach front.
Fabulous unspoilt resort with lovely views. Only downside was was jellyfish in the sea and no ATMs in the village ! We tried to find the one in S'Arraco but to be quite honest it's best to go to Port Andraxt as there's lots of ATMs there and we did a quick booze and snack shop at the supermarket near the front - that was it ! Well worth a trip to ~Dragonera Island by boat to see the lizards and take in the fabulous views there - walk up to the top is a bit strenuous make sure you have sturdy walking shoes. There are two other walks to either end of the island which are flat. The village has lots of restaurants, mainly higher end with some snack bars and cafes. We liked Stefano's for a snack lunch. Some nice little shops and a couple of smaller supermarkets too. St Elm is difficult to get to without a transfer or a hire car from Palma airport but the cost of a hire car will easily cover the cost of a transfer. Free parking next to the main car park opposite the beach which charges 4 euros a day but closes at night (altho' the gate was always open). Parking on the streets as well but none at the Hotel Aquamarin where we stayed. Can highly recommend the hotel for a relaxing couples weekend. Families I would recommend to go to the Don Camillo apartments just a bit further up from the Aquamarin as they have a lovely pool there and lots of grass to sunbathe on. Very close to the beach too.
Nothing to do at night, not recommended for solo travellers, or younger travellers, as you won’t meet anyone. Taxis into the centre were €80 one way, so rent a car, or stay in the centre. Nice tranquil place for families or older travellers. Jellyfish on the beach every day, but fellow beach goers fished them out, so you could enter.
The rooms were really spacious with beautiful terrace and a wonderful view. From every room you have nice view on the sea. The beach is really near, you can choose from two different. We were travelling with kids and we loved the sand beach and the fact that you can go pretty far and have still low water. There is just one street in the city where are restaurants and it´s a bit quiet. Go and try a restaurant La Cocote which is at the end of the street and than up right a little. And also one near the beach, designed in blue colour. Really wonderful.
The breakfast was the standard continental, with option of several breads, pastries, fruits and hot food (eggs, bacon, susages..) You can eat in the terraze lookg at the ocean.