Club Del Sol Aparthotel

Located on the outskirts of Puerto Pollensa, the Club Del Sol Aparthotel is surrounded by palm trees and idyllic Majorcan scenery. It’s well-placed for the beaches of Puerto Pollensa and the tasty restaurants in the marina. Perfect for families looking for a child-friendly environment, you’ll be able to relax while the kids take advantage of their very own tropical-themed splash park and mini-golf course. Filled with evening entertainment and atmospheric restaurants, enjoy all the amazing activities and amenities that a trip to Puerto Pollensa has to offer.

Overview of Puerto Pollensa

The Balearic island of Majorca has long been a popular destination for European tourists looking to soak up the Mediterranean climate. The region of Puerto Pollensa rests north of Alcudia and is filled with all the bars, restaurants and kid-friendly activity that you’d expect from holidays to Majorca. While staying at the Club Del Sol Aparthotel you’ll have access to the pebbly or sandy beaches of Puerto Pollensa to relax on the shore or let the kids roam free at the nearby splash park.

Things to do in Puerto Pollensa

The region of Puerto Pollensa has long stretches of sandy beaches, year-round Mediterranean climates and an exceptional dose of family-friendly restaurants and evening entertainment. It’s one of the reasons why holidays to Majorca have become so popular. Once you’ve made the most of the lagoons, splash parks and mini-golf courses at the Club Del Sol Aparthotel, take a trip into Alcudia and discover the ancient ruins or markets near to the marina. It’s a great location for enjoying a lunchtime meal in the sunshine with views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Resort Summary

Aside from the marina, Puerto Pollensa’s picturesque coastline offers seafront activities to suit all travellers. For the active among us, banana boats, jet skis and parasailing are all available for rental along the beach, providing an opportunity to get your daily adrenaline fix.

For a more relaxed pastime, the completely sheltered nature of the horseshoe bay and the resulting calm waters make it an ideal spot for kayaking, renting pedalos or simply letting little ones splash around in the shallow water – a perfect activity for family holidays to Majorca.

Underneath the waves, the waters are teeming with colourful marine life, which awaits scuba divers and snorkellers. Or, for those whose idea of a successful getaway involves coming back as bronzed as a Greek deity, the twin beaches in town are blessed with golden sands and the fantastic backdrop of the Tramuntana Mountains.