Costa Los Pinos Holidays

Travel Agent's View

Travel Agents View a nice beach which offers safe swimming for children and there are many sand dunes

Costa Los Pinos sits at the end of the bay of Cala Millor, just outside Cala Bona and about an hours drive from the airport.

The resort does have a nice beach which offers safe swimming for children and there are many sand dunes. There are a couple of restaurants and shops but that is about all there is to offer.

For those who want to escape the beach for a few hours there is a nine hole golf course. Although there is not much to do in Costa Los Pinos, there is plenty to see and do in neighbouring resorts.


Insider's View

 by Anna Nicholas

Majorca Insider The resort boasts a white sandy beach fringed by verdant pines and is excellent for swimming and snorkelling.

Given the stretches of bushy pines that cover the hills in this part of the island, it's hardly surprising that Costa los Pinos, translates as Coast of Pines. This is a beautiful part of Majorca although there are big tourist developments along the east coast so it's always good to investigate off the beaten track villages and towns inland.

This is the most northerly and prosperous of the resorts that cling to this part of the coast and is characterised by gated, exclusive housing developments tucked away in the pine clad forests, and expensive villas. The resort boasts a white sandy beach fringed by verdant pines and is excellent for swimming and snorkelling. There are many good restaurants and bars locally and around Cala Bona, Callor Millor and Son Servera but you might like to try a few of my favourites. Ristorante La Piazzeta, just by the gates of Son Servera golf club, is owned by Pasquale Valluzzi, and offers a scrumptious choice of Italian dishes and has a cool and pretty garden while Café Sa Punta in nearby Port Verd offers freshly prepared fish and meat dishes at reasonable prices on a wide terrace overlooking the sea.

Just inland amid windmills, vineyards and almond groves is the pretty historic town of Son Servera which has a lovely Friday market and a picturesque little plaça with an old church. Within the labyrinth of narrow winding streets there's a good selection of shops on hand and for golfers, don't forget the popular and friendly golf course just out of the town. If you want to travel further afield a visit to the caves of Arta is a must as is taking a boat trip along the coast from Porto Cristo or visiting the stunning Coves del Drach.
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