Biniaraix is a pretty hamlet, located not far from the larger town of Soller. Many people visit here only on their way to begin a famous hike, more of which will be written about later. However, it is possible to book self catering accommodation in Biniaraix should you so desire. A holiday rental house in Biniaraix is ideal if you are looking to get away from it all, feel what it is like to live in a small Spanish village for a week or two, and love the countryside. If you are looking for pumping nightlife, then this is certainly not for you!
A holiday in Biniaraix is really all about the great outdoors. Hikers will love it here, and in fact, one of the most famous and oldest routes on the island passes through here, that of the 14th century route to the Monestary of Lluc. Various day hikes can be taken from your holiday rental house in Biniaraix, and this will reveal a beautiful side to the island that some tourists rarely see. If water sports are more your thing, then head to the coast where you can swim and snorkel; and golfers may be pleased to find out that the island has no less than 15 golf courses.
The nearby mountains must certainly be on your agenda for at least one visit, and you may have the chance to spot many wild animals and birds at the same time. If you have a hire car, then you will be able to more easily travel farther afield. Take a drive over to Palma in order to visit the Beliver Castle and other historic buildings. On the opposite coast is Pollenca, which still retains its charm despite its popularity. Inland, a visit to a vineyard would make for a nice half day’s outing. Finding out about how wine is produced can be topped off with buying a bottle or two to enjoy later at your holiday rental house in Biniaraix.
One of the most important considerations when booking a holiday is what the weather will be like and this is no different with a holiday in Biniaraix. Travellers who visit the town during the summer, will find daytime high temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius and occasionally more. During the winter months, temperatures reach a maximum of 16 degrees. The annual rainfall in this area is just 20 inches.
The main airport in Majorca is located at Palma (PMI), and in fact, during the summer this is one of the busiest airports in Europe. This means that most UK cities are very well connected, and with a range of airlines. Some examples for UK passengers are BMI Baby, Monarch, British Airways, Ryanair and easyJet who fly out of cities such as Manchester (MAN), London Stansted (STN), Glasgow (GLA), Cardiff (CWL) and Birmingham (BHX) amongst others.