Hipotels Eurotel Punta Rotja

The Hipotels Eurotel Punta Rotja is in a secluded spot overlooking a pretty bay. The star of the show is a lake-style pool surrounded by greenery. Just a few steps away from the split-level pool, there’s also a man-made beach, with a jetty that’s great for swimming from.

For meals, you can choose between two restaurants – a buffet and an a la carte. In the buffet, there’s a wide range of food. There’s also show cooking and chefs will grill meat or fish exactly how you ask them to. Elsewhere, the a la carte has an outdoor terrace with great views over the bay.

The nightlife is laid-back, although there’s live entertainment and cabaret three or four times a week.

Overview of Costa de los Pinos

Costa de los Pinos is incredibly popular with families who are looking to get away from it all.

If you’re looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday to Majorca, Costa de los Pinos is the place for you. Almost exclusively made up of rolling sand dunes and tree-filled landscapes, it’s easy to escape from the stresses of modern life. Plus, with a stay at the Hipotels Eurotel Punta Rotja, you can surround yourself with luxury while you work on your tan.

Things to do in Costa de los Pinos

The Hipotels Eurotel Punta Rotja overlooks the bay. This place is a real family-friendly escape, with plenty of space for little ones to splash around and so much tranquillity that you’ll easily get through a whole stack of books.

It’s easy to explore from the hotel, too. There’s a bus stop only a five-minute walk away, and it will whisk you to Cala Bona and lively Cala Millor in around 10 minutes.

Costa de los Pinos serves up plenty of tranquillity. An untouched treasure, it’s a heaven if you’re looking to relax and unwind.

Resort Summary

Costa de Los Pinos is one of those special, untouched treasures that you find once in a while. It’s no exaggeration to say that this seaside beauty is almost exclusively made up of rolling sand dunes, tree-filled wilderness and a handful of restaurants.

It’s truly an escape at Costa de Los Pinos. A family friendly escape, at that – with more than enough room for young’uns to splash around without interrupting anyone’s tanning session. Finish a pile of books – it’s so peaceful you’ll be ploughing through pages like you never thought possible.

If you’re not such a big reader and are looking to experience more of the area’s activities and adventures, well have no fear. There are plenty of opportunities to take a dip on this beach too. A diving platform in the distance beckons to swimmers to come and throw themselves repeatedly into the deep blue.

Take a short walk up the bay and you’ll find one of the many water sports companies in Costa de Los Pinos, organising boat trips, diving and an array of other sea-based activities for anyone looking to make more of a splash.