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"Bit crowded but lovely weather, beaches, architecture and food.…"
We stayed in a friend's self-catering apartment near the centre of town. The old town was within walking distance and we spent at least a couple of days walking around the blissfully shady streets and eating al fresco. Cafe Julio was a favourite. The beaches closest to own were very crowded, and the waves a little too much for our two year old. However the beach at Soller, a short drive away, was very gentle and there was a tram to get to the beach from the town which our toddler thought was great and provided a lovely view of the orange groves and local farms. The local orange ice cream in Soller was also not to be missed. We mostly ate seafood tapas from the local market, but the restaurants we went to were lovely - not all cheap though so be careful! The only beach we really did not like was the rocky beach in Deia. We steered clear of Magaluf, thinking it would likely not be family friendly. We will definitely be going back again.Read moreLess