Situated in the southern part of the majestic Spanish island of Majorca, is the municipality and the actual town named Ses Salines, famed for its production of salt as far back as the Roman period. A Ses Salines holiday is the perfect getaway for those who want to experience a traditional Majorcan way of life, far away from the throng of tourists who flock to the island each year.
Visitors on a Ses Salines holiday will find that there are plenty of activities to keep them entertained for the duration of their trip. Amongst the great activities available in the town are swimming, walking, cycling and fishing. Close by to Ses Salines is a variety of water based activities to enjoy including sailing and snorkelling. Nature lovers will love the fact that there is a stunning botanical garden located on the outskirts of the town which is a very popular attraction with both visitors and residents of the island. Inside the borders of the town itself there is a wonderful traditional feel with some old windmills just waiting to be explored.
If you get a taste for exploring the beautiful island of Majorca and want to head further afield than the wonderful Ses Salines then you can head along the road towards Manacor to marvel at the fabulous Els Calderas Museum. The Els Calderas is a very impressive mansion dating back to the late 18th century and has been converted into a fantastic museum. If you have children in your travelling group, they will particularly love the attached farm which has plenty of native animals to be seen.
By booking a Ses Salines holiday rental villa, you are guaranteed to be privy to some amazing weather, no matter what time of the year you decide to go. Most travellers head for the town during the summer months of June, July and August as it is usually very hot (as much as 31 degrees Celsius during the daytime). If you do not enjoy the heat, then it is best to book a Ses Salines holiday for the cooler months of January, February and March when the temperature drops to a cooler 15 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall amount for the town is 11 inches.
If you decide that a Ses Salines holiday is the ideal option for you, then you can arrive at Palma International Airport (PMI) on the eastern side of the island. It is then simply a case of taking a bus or car ride to Ses Salines in the south (approximately 33 miles). There are plenty of air operators who offer regular, cheap flights to Majorca including BMI, EasyJet, Thomson Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines and Ryanair. Passengers embarking on their Ses Salines holiday from the UK can choose to leave from various airports such as Cardiff (CWL), Birmingham (BHX), Aberdeen (ABZ), East Midlands (EMA) and Gatwick (LGW).