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Make A Holiday Rental Villa in Ca’N Singala, Majorca, Your Home Away From Home

Ca’N Singala is situated at the northern end of Pollenca, and is a quiet residential district when compared to the centre. A holiday rental villa in Ca’N Singala is ideally placed for those people that want to enjoy this popular part of Majorca, but also do not wish to stay in an hotel, surrounded by other tourists. Self catering accommodation in Ca’N Singala is equipped to a high standard, meaning that you will feel like you are in a home rather than a soulless hotel when you are there.

Things to Do on Holiday in Ca’N Singala, Majorca

Puerto Pollenca has an amazing amount of activities that can be taken part in whilst on holiday in Ca’N Singala. Of course, many of these are water based, being on the sea, and so you may take your pick from swimming, sailing, jet boat skiing and fishing. Take a visit down to the tourist information centre or the marina to see what’s on offer. Leaving the sea and going further inland, the impressive Tramuntana Mountains are the place to go if you would like to hike, mountain bike or even climb. Numerous other activities such as horse riding and golf are also possibilities within the immediate area.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Ca’N Singala, Majorca

Both Puerto Pollenca and nearby Alucudia are worthy of further exploration, with their marinas and old sections. If you are a wildlife and nature enthusiast, then by all means take a trip up into the Tamuntana Mountains, where many wild species of bird such as osprey and Falcons can be seen. Over on the west side of the island, is the main city of Palma. This city has a history stretching back hundreds of years, and the 14th century Beliver castle is a popular destination for tourists. If you decide to hire a car for a day or two whilst on holiday in Ca’N Singala, then take a drive around the coastal regions, and also inland. Stunning stretches of beach, olive groves and vineyards will beg you to photograph them.

Weather in Ca’N Singala, Majorca

The excellent weather in Majorca is, of course, one of the things that appeals to tourists. A holiday in Ca’N Singala can be taken at almost any time of year due to its mild winter and wonderful summer. The most popular months are between May and September. The weather is warm, with daytime highs reaching 30 degrees Celsius, and the night time lows never really getting below 20 degrees, and rain being very minimal at this time. In fact, less than 21 inches of rain will fall in any one year. The winter is cooler, although day time temperatures do reach 15 degrees Celsius.

Travel to Ca’N Singala, Majorca

Once you have decided to book a holiday rental villa in Ca’N Singala, you will need to consider flights. The main airport on Majorca is 60km away at Palma (PMI), and this is a major international airport taking flights in from many UK and European cities. Some examples are British Airways, BMI Baby, Jet2.com, Thomson Airways, Monarch and Flybe. From airports such as Southampton (SOU), London Gatwick (LGW), Birmingham (BHX), Manchester (MAN), Newcastle(NCL) and Glasgow (GLA).

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Recent Reviews

A perfect holiday

5 of 5
We had a wonderful time here. The villa is located within easy reach of a sandy beach which is absolutely perfect for children. Restaurants and bars very nearby and the pine walk down to the town is beautiful and very easy access to the town. The villa is extremely well equipped and very spacious. Beds are very comfortable and there is an abundance of hot water. The air conditioning is a must and worked brilliantly. It was very hot whilst we were there but the villa cooled down very quickly when necessary. I would definitely return to Puerto de Pollensa and stay in the same villa without any hesitation.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 13, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

Real Home from Home

5 of 5
We loved are stay at this villa and really loved coming back to the welcoming garden and surrounds. The cleaners had done a great job and the house was immaculately clean. The house is well laid out. We were a party of 4 adults and had plenty of room albeit we had to run a rota for the bathroom. An alternative shower room would be a real bonus. The air conditioning in all rooms & bedrooms was a real god send as it was very hot and allowed a good nights sleep. The internet TV and WiFi provided the younger ones with plenty of entertainment and was plenty fast enough for 3 or 4 devices at once. The roof terrace was a real favourite and many an afternoon and evening was spent lazing on it. The area around the house is primarily a residential area and is very quiet. This does make it a 20 minute walk along the Pine Walk to get to many of the bars and restaurants but it is a flat and beautiful walk and really no trouble. The beach is basically at the end of the street but a word of warning. There is a slip way that allows access to the sea alongside a stone pier. Take great care on the slip way as it is very slippy and we saw several people fall and hurt themselves. All in all this is a lovely well equipped house to enjoy throughout your stay and I would have no problem recommending it to anyone.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 07, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017