Sol Cala d'Or Apartamentos

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Els Revells, , Majorca, 07660, Spain
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41%
98
Average
18%
43
Poor
10%
25
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10

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 59% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families65
  • Couples70
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Marriotts resort in llucmajor

by sam_999

Hi ,

I am off to Marriotts resort soon. i need some info. are there any public bus routes nearby in case one needs to use the public transport to move around. are there any supermarkets nearby ?. i know there is a convenience store in the resort. how much would be a taxi fare from the airport to the resort during day time.
Thanks in advance

sam

Re: Marriotts resort in llucmajor

by sam_999

Thanks ranger, but the infor i need is not on website. i have a marriott timeshare so i just exchanged and did not go through travel agency. and i have not been to the marriott in majorca. may be some one who stayed may know this info.

thanks any way

sam

Marriotts resort in llucmajor

by MaheshSamtani

Taxis in Mallorca are pretty expensive, and specially if you take one from the airport. I would recommend renting a car for the period of your stay. Another option would be organizing a pick up from some taxi company. here is a link from a company in Lluchmajor who might give you some additional information. There is no price information on their website so in case you are interested you can send them an e mail for further details.

http://www.taxillucmajor.com/web/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=49&Itemid=37

Best regards
Mahesh

Re: Marriotts resort in llucmajor

by sam_999

Thanks Mahesh,

the site is in spanish and i (unfortunately) cant read spanish. any way i emailed (the email was rejected as undelivered). i will try again or may be call them.

Sam

Re: Marriotts resort in llucmajor

by MaheshSamtani

Hello Sam,

I found another link for you and this time with a UK contact number as this company seems to have an office three. There are some prices published on the link. Hope this helps.

http://es.jet2.holidaytaxis.com/products.php?airportgroupid=3&airportid=13&resortid=1453&today=02&tomonth=09&toyear=2009

the numbers published on this web site of their UK office and other contacts are the following

UK Office

Solicitudes de destinos - quotes@holidaytaxis.com
Llámenos / Envíenos un fax Tel. +44 (0) 1444 257041 Fax. +44 (0) 1444 253 919

In any case, my suggestion would to not pay anything till you reach your destintion and you are satisfied with the service.

Should you want me to help you in any way with the previous contact I gave you, I would be delighted to do so.

best regards
Mahesh

Travel Tips for Palma de Mallorca

Just relaxing on the beach...

by Sgt_Chop

Just relaxing on the beach was great! We rented bike one day and rode about 20 to 30 miles in one day to see some spanish castles, towns, and museums. Just laying on the beach looking at the blue water.

The Monestir de Lluc

by Tolik

The Monastery is an amazing place and definitely worth a day trip from the bustle of Port Alcudia. Monestir de Nostra Senyora de Lluc (Monastery of Our Lady of Lluc) will surprise you when you see it first time standing out against the greens and grays of surrounding mountains.
Prehistoric inhabitants deified the local oak woods, and the Romans named it from Lucus (sacred forest). Lluc has been a center of pilgrimage since the 13th Century when an Arab shepherd boy called Lluc (Luca), newly converted to Christianity, discovered a 61 cm high dark wooden statue of the Virgin in a cleft in the rock. The image was placed in the local church but three times it returned miraculously to its cave, whereupon the villagers recognized a message from God and built a shape to house it. Today’s home to the statue, the Basilica de la Mare de Deu de Luc is graced by an elegant Baroque façade. The statue has been known as La Moreneta (the Dark Skinned One or the Little Dark One).
Every day , during the 11 AM mass, the Escolania de Lluc, a boys’ choir founded in the 16th C, performs in the basilica. The choir, named after their blue cassocks, was established in 1531 comprising 40 boys, 'natives of Mallorca, of pure blood sound in grammar and song'.

The monastery complex includes Els Porxerets, the former pilgrims' quarters with stabling beneath the rooms, and the Way of the Rosary, with touches by the famous Antoni Gaudi. You can stay at Lluc, but it is more like a hotel than a hermitage the 100 'cells' have en-suite bathrooms and there are several restaurants and bars.

There is also a museum - among the displays of ceramics, chalices and coins is a collection of paintings by the 20th Century Mallorcan artist Josep Coll Bardolet.

From courtyard walk through the arch to rough-hewn column at the start of the Camni dels Misteris del Rosari (Ways of Mysteries of the Rosary), a pilgrimage path to the rocky hillside to the crucifix (10 min.).

Monastery open 10–18:30, free, museum 10 – 13:30, 14:30-17:30 2 €.

It's paradise

by nessie-ch about Sa Vinya Deia

Charming atmosphere of a lovely herbgarden and orange trees and art exhibition As appetizer they served a lice of spinach tart with a wonderful garlic sauce
As first I took fried mushrooms and the maindish was the dish of the house.
A bit of all: fish, meat, vegetables, potatoes...just delicious... so fine that I did not continue with a dessert.
But the card for the sweets was very interesting too:-)

The glory of Palma: the magnificent Cathedral!

by dlytle

Visitors approaching Palma by sea cannot help but be impressed, even astonished by the graceful Gothic cathedral as it gradually emerges into view.

Its upward-reaching lines seem to rise endlessly as the boat gets nearer, until they merge into its protective shield of palm trees in front, the old quarter houses behind it, and the colorful fishing boats and their undulating reflection in the calm waters of the bay.

Let me warn you now, anything you see inside Palma Cathedral will come as a disappointment once you have stood on the seafront and gazed up at the Cathedral’s golden sandstone exterior which climbs above the old city walls. It completely dominates and stands out from the rest of the old town area. It is in fact a visual tribute to the might of Mallorca’s Christian conquerors to all who arrive from the sea.

The Seo, as it is called here, was built on the site of a preexisting Arab mosque. Tradition has it that one night in 1229, as Jaime I was on his way to recapture Majorca, his fleet was struck by a terrible storm. He vowed then and there to the Virgin Mary that if he survived nature’s fury, he would erect a church in her honor. And after the storm had blown over, finding himself safe and sound, he immediately undertook the project. On New Year's Day 1230, a day after the fall of Palma, the foundation stone was symbolically laid on the site of the city's main mosque. Jaime I’s vow to build that church was to take an inordinate amount of time to fulfill. Begun in 1230, the cathedral was not finished until 1601.

Made from golden-toned limestone and designed in the French Gothic style, the cathedral is 121 meter long and 55 meter wide. The main body of the church is set in the middle of a mass of pillars and spires, behind which lies the strong buttress reinforced with a double row of flying arches. The bell tower, still unfinished today, is 52 meters high and holds nine bells.

Bellver Castle

by NunoF

The construction of this castle begun in 1300 and finished 11 years latter. The castle is formed by a central courtyard around which are galleries, main buildings and moats... Bellver Castle was the summer residence of the kings of Mallorca and finished as a prison for monarchs, soldiers and also for the writer Gaspar de Jovellanos.

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Address: Els Revells, , Majorca, 07660, Spain