Sa Pobla is set in one of the most beautiful areas of the Balearic Island of Mallorca, amid pine forests, mountains and rolling countryside. Although Sa Pobla Mallorca is slightly set back from the north coast of the island, a number of pleasant beaches can be reached in an easy 10-minute drive. This makes Sa Pobla ideally situated for families looking for a summer beach holiday while at the same time avoiding the busier resorts on the island.
As Sa Pobla is so near to the beach it has plenty of activities to keep family members of all ages and interests entertained during their stay. As you would expect from any Balearic resort, this includes plenty of water sports, such as swimming, water skiing and wind-surfing, with Scuba diving also available from a provider nearby.
Other leisurely activities are also available including fishing, golf and tennis. There are also plenty of tracks around the area for walking and cycling for anyone keen to explore the surrounding area. These can be easily reached from any Sa Pobla holiday home.
The proximity of Sa Pobla to the nearby Tramuntana Mountains also gives outdoor adventure lovers a great opportunity to participate in mountaineering or mountain biking, great activities in any season of the year. Exploration of this area offers some fantastic views across the bays on the north coast of the island, as well as the opportunity to visit the Lluch monastery.
Sa Pobla is only 15km from Alcudia, a historic town and port on the north coast of the island. Here visitors can wander around the Roman town, browse through hand-crafted products at the weekly markets, or enjoy a coffee at one of the many pavement cafes. The neighbouring area of Puerto Alcudia is also a lively resort, with a wide choice of bars, cafes and restaurants, many of which stay open late into the evening, with taxis available to make the short journey back to your holiday home in Sa Pobla.
Sa Pobla benefits from a Mediterranean climate, which means that it is ideal for summer holidays, with warm temperatures and little rain. Temperatures even in January rarely drop below 10C though, which means Sa Pobla can make for a pleasant winter break, particularly for those interested in an outdoor activity-based holiday.
Sa Pobla, along with the rest of Mallorca, is served by Palma International Airport (PMI), which is 48km from the resort. Palma International receives flights on a daily basis from the UK, with most airlines flying there, including easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways. Your Sa Pobla self-catering accommodation can then be easily reached via shuttle bus or hire car, both of which are available from the airport.