Pinaret is a district set within the town of Puerto Pollensa, on the Spanish island of Majorca. Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Pinaret will discover that the resort enjoys a far more relaxed and laid back atmosphere than those to be found to the south of Majorca and the neighbouring Balearic Island of Ibiza. This therefore tends to attract families and couples to the resort, whose accommodation needs are well catered for with a good choice of self catering rental apartments and villas.
Perhaps the main attraction for most visitors looking to spend their holidays in Pinaret and Puerto Pollensa as a whole is the town’s fabulous sheltered beach, Platja Llenaire. This broad expanse of clean sand is ideal for sunbathing or for a spot of swimming in the calm waters. Scuba diving enthusiasts will find that the rugged coastline of northern Majorca is just waiting to be explored. This former fishing village still retains a lot of its original charm. Visitors may wish to explore the winding cobbled streets of the old port area and sample the freshly caught produce in the many friendly restaurants and bars.
Visitors spending their holidays in Pinaret will find that the Marina and Pine Walk areas of Puerto Pollensa are the most lively. Here there are a number of bars and restaurants, where visitors may wish to enjoy their holiday evenings. Younger and young at heart visitors may wish to travel to the nearby resort of Alcudia, or further afield to the southern Majorcan resorts of Magaluf and Palma Nova for the more lively nightspots. Also to the south of the island, Majorca’s capital city, Palma, is also well worth a visit, with its great shopping and the stunning La Seu Gothic-style cathedral, which dominates the city’s skyline.
Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Pinaret will discover that Majorca as a whole enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate. Summers are warm and mainly dry, with temperatures often reaching the late 20s degrees Celsius. Winters are cooler, with temperatures averaging around 12 degrees Celsius. Pinaret receives an average annual rainfall of around 14 inches.
Tourists looking to spend their holidays in Pinaret will first fly to Palma de Mallorca International (PMI) airport. There are a large number of airlines operating regular and affordable flights to this busy airport from the UK. These include easyJet, BMI Baby, Jet2 and Ryan Air, departing from such airports as London Gatwick (LGW), Birmingham (BHX), Manchester (MAN), Bristol (BRS) and East Midlands (EMA).