At the risk of writing a tip that looks exactly like the last one, I wish to recommend the main square in Soller.
The chances are that on any holiday you will end up here at some point : but with several cafes, a dramatic church and a ancient tram running through it, this square seems to have it all.
In addition if you pop into one of the local bakeries you can also purchase some large buscuits which are a speciality of the town. They are about a couple of Euros each. They come with a variety of topping from chocolate to something that resembled Lyon´s treacle.
Only a few miles from the swathes of ´chips with everything´ greasy cafes fit for people who think wearing football shirts whilst on holiday is cool, live a few cafes that cater for a better class of customer (i.e me).
One of these is the Utopia Cafe overlooking the small Port of Adriano.
The smart interior with cane furniture chairs looks ot over the bobbing boats of the marina.
Their ciabatta sandwiches were well made, and only cost just over 3 euros each. Beware of asking for extra mayonaise however - it was charged at a whopping One Euro 80 ents.
They also do a wide range of fruit smoothies with long description in the menu about the various medical benefits of each of the fruits on offer.
A little seafood restaurant in the tiny village of Colonia de San Pedro in the Bay of Alcudia. They have tables on the boulevard beside the sea, while you eat a delicious fish and vegetable lasagne and drink a good but cheap glass of wine (1.65 Euro) you get a beautiful view over the bay for free. Very friendly staff.
Menu in 4 languages. Living fish inside.
This is a very popular spot in Portocristo. My friend and I we were really lucky to get the last free table, all others were reserved and after we sat there for a minute many people asked for a table.....
It´s aside the yacht harbor in Portocristo, so you have a lovely view over the bay...and teh food is fantastic too, if you like seafood...
The staff has been very friendly, as all Majorcans were really friendly to foreigners....
Favorite Dish: I had a platter with grilled calamari served with salad and fried potato wedges... It was yummy!!! Carsten had some kind of fish (we don´t know exactly what it was!) with a mushroom risotto..... Both dishes have been absolutely marvellous. The dishes seemed very expensive to us first, but with all the drinks (Half liter red wine and two bottles of water) we paid around 45 € which is ok for the two of us I would say.
I liked this very elegant and romantic French style Restaurant in a yard hidden from the busy roads of Cala Rajada town center. This restaurant does not really fit into the whole atmosphere of this touristy place and the peaceful atmosphere in the yard is sometimes interrupted by bawling party people passing on the road. Anyway a nice place.
A range of Meditteranean dishes that just melt in your mouth. Although this is not in Cala San Vicente, it is in Pollensa! x:)
Favorite Dish: Pasta pasta pasta pizza pizza paella!
Just sit outside and watch the sunset with a nice glass sorry bottle of red wine.
Favorite Dish: All the food was nice and there was something on the menu that would suit everyone.
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