Gomar is one of the areas that make up the town and surroundings of Puerto Pollenca, also known as Port de Pollenca and Puerto Pollensa in Majorca. Self catering accommodation in Gomar comes in the form of either an apartment or flat. Situated in the exclusive and quiet residential area of the town, an apartment in Gomar makes the perfect base from which to enjoy a relaxing holiday in the sun, and to also get out and about in order to explore the island in general.
With its wide, sandy bay and constant sea breezes, Puerto Pollenca boasts a wide array of water-based activities to pursue. Here, it is possible to learn how to windsurf, take a jet ski out, or go snorkelling. If you ever wanted to try your hand at scuba diving, then perhaps here is the place to try in its clear waters. Away from the sea, the woodlands and mountains offer the opportunity to take part in other outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling. There are also horse riding treks available of differing lengths. If you are a golfer, and would like to see what the courses here are like, then you will not be disappointed, as there are several within easy reach.
The area immediately surrounding Puerto Pollenca has many interesting towns and villages which are deserving of a day or two’s exploration from your self catering accommodation in Gomar. The old town of Pollensa itself is just a few miles away from the port town, and houses many Roman remains. Nearby, the village of Deia retains its Moorish roots in terms of its architecture, and is yet to be really swamped by mass tourism, as so many other places on the island of Majorca have been. Sleepy fishing villages, hidden monasteries and stunning countryside are all part of the deal whilst on holidays in Gomar.
It doesn’t seem to matter what time of year you visit Majorca, the weather will always be great! There is very little difference between the summer and the winter here, apart from perhaps a few more days where it may rain during the winter, and that the sea temperature may be slightly less between November and February. Between May and September there really isn’t very much rainfall at all, and temperature wise, the average is 24 degrees Celsius, although the very peaks can be 30 degrees or more.
The airport on Majorca where you are most likely to land and transit through is located just outside the capital of Palma. In fact, Palma Airport (PMI) is the third busiest throughout all of Spain, and flights arrive here from almost every major city in Europe and many more from around the world. Twenty five United Kingdom airports have flights leaving to Palma on a regular basis, with Manchester (MAN) and London Heathrow (LHR) amongst them. easyJet, Jet2, BMI Baby and British Airways are a selection of the airlines operating on this route.