Make a holiday villa in Sa Pobla your home away from home
Sa Pobla in the north of Majorca is a charismatic and enchanting little town that enjoys a rural setting just inland from the glorious coastline. Sa Pobla holiday villas are popular with visitors wanting to enjoy the peaceful countryside and natural attractions of this part of the island but still be close enough to enjoy the beaches and the bright lights of the resorts. HomeAway has a beautiful collection of Sa Pobla holiday homes, all well maintained and well facilitated, some of which include their own personal swimming pools and sweeping private gardens.
Things to do in Sa Pobla
Sa Pobla is a striking, fascinating and beautiful town of around 12,000 residents, rich with culture. The townsfolk enjoy a thriving community and their welcome and hospitality to visitors in Sa Pablo holiday villas is well-renowned. It is highly recommended that holidaymakers do hire a car to maximise the attractions and offerings of this outstanding area of natural beauty and beyond.
-The Caves of Campanet are deeply seated in history, dating back to the Mesozoic period. Tours take visitors deep into the heart of the caves, describing in detail how they were formed, how long each section has been there and what dangers they face today with pollution and toxins threatening their longevity. Solid limestone chambers open up into breath taking rooms and the average tour lasts around 30 minutes.
-Tree Top Park La Selva de l'Aventura is a totally unique and stunning experience that will delight and thrill adventure seekers everywhere. Very popular with visitors in Sa Pobla holiday cottages and suitable for just about all ages, the park offers rope tours through the majestic canopies of the trees, giving a once in a life time bird’s eye view of the forest floor below. It’s a totally original, high octane adventure that will create memories that last a lifetime.
-Horse Riding has long been a favoured pastime in Majorca. Riding schools situated in close proximity to the well-known nature reserve Albufera, offer visitors of all ages and experience levels the chance to enjoy a horseback ride on one of the various rescue horses. Small groups, friendly and patient horses as well as highly experienced guides are what make the horse riding tours so popular at Sa Pablo.
-The Museum de Ciencies is a fascinating natural science museum in Sa Pablo. This magnificent showcase has varied exhibits of all aspects of life and nature on the island. Interesting exhibits of birdlife, marine life, amphibians, mammals and all sorts of creepy crawly insects are just some of the things that can be seen here.
-Scuba diving and snorkelling are a great way to experience the stunning marine life in the underwater palaces of the crystal clear waters of Majorca. Although Sa Pablo is located just a little bit inland from the shores, the dive spots are very easy to find, as are the excellent beaches of Can Picafort and Alcudia – a major resort area with tons of facilities, about 10 kms from most Sa Pablo holiday homes.
The weather in Sa Pablo
The climate in Sa Pablo is enviable. Summer months from May to September bring steamy day time temperatures of 28°C up to 35°C. The evenings are perfect for cooling off from the heat of the day, making ideal to enjoy an alfresco family meal at your holiday cottage in Sa Pablo. Winter weather is equally lovely and you can expect average temperatures of 18°C up to 23°C, dropping down to 6°C or so at night.
Getting to Sa Pobla
The only airport in Majorca, the Palma International Airport, is just 25 minutes’ drive to holiday homes in Sa Pobla. There are regular daily flights from the UK directly, with every major airline having a route. There are shuttles; airport transfers, busses and taxis from the airport, but a hire car gives the opportunity to explore the surrounding areas, villages and towns.