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For a Scenic All-Encompassing Stay in Mallorca, Head to Blau...

For a Scenic All-Encompassing Stay in Mallorca, Head to Blau PortoPetro Beach Resort & Spa

Set in extensive manicured grounds along Mallorca’s lesser developed south east shore, this sleek, sprawling hotel balances blissful relaxation with endless adventures, all while delivering some of the best coastal views in this part of the island.

From welcoming double rooms to romantic sea-view suites to exclusive butler-served villas with private pool, there’s an accommodation option for every taste and need at Blau PortoPetro Beach Resort & Spa - all bathed in glowing Mediterranean sunlight and contemporary comfort.

The pretty fishing village of Portopetro is only a short walk away and the setting couldn’t be more perfect, but it’s the hotel’s never-ending list of amenities and experiences that ends up being its biggest draw.

Guests can play golf, swim in a secluded cove, partake in a plethora of water sports, or relax with an ayurvedic treatment in the remarkable spa. Throw in 3 sparkling blue pools and 7 tennis courts, direct access to an idyllic beach, and a wide choice of restaurants serving everything from gourmet Japanese cuisine to Mediterranean delights and you have all the makings of a fabulous Mediterranean vacation.


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