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Old 25-06-2008, 19:15
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Staying at Hotel Mollins for 1 week middle July.

Any info re the Hotel/Resort would be appreciated.

Also what are the must see/do things in Majorca.
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Old 25-06-2008, 23:25
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Welcome to the forum.

To ensure you get answers to all your questions, can I suggest that you split them & ask about Hotel Molins under Accommodation. There are also plenty of suggestions about going out under 'Out & About in Majorca' - also do see our main website page http://www.puertopollensa.com/excursions-majorca.html

Regards, webmaster.

PS Have now moved comments on restaurants to Eating Out forum. Please keep this thread to anything general on CSV - thanks.
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Hi

Have just returned from our first holiday to Puerto Pollensa, and loved it.

We had a trip to CSV and it was lovely. A quiet resort with lots of restaurants. The views are amazing, there are four coves with lovely quiet beaches.

Do go into Puerto Pollensa because it is also beautiful. Take a stroll down pine walk and stop for a drink and enjoy the view.

We had a trip to Palma Aquarium, it was fab.

Enjoy, I know you will.
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Have just returned from our first holiday to Puerto Pollensa, and loved it.

We had a trip to CSV and it was lovely. A quiet resort with lots of restaurants. The views are amazing, there are four coves with lovely quiet beaches.

Do go into Puerto Pollensa because it is also beautiful. Take a stroll down pine walk and stop for a drink and enjoy the view.

We had a trip to Palma Aquarium, it was fab.

Enjoy, I know you will.
Is this your first trip to CSV? The Molins is a lovely hotel couldn't be nearer the beach! The beach is good plenty of sand, plenty of fish in the sea. Safe swimming. If you go up the steps next to the Molins you will be in the area of shops and bars etc. Turn left at the top of the steps and along the road is a mini golf course, he also has internet facility.Super markets are the same as anywhere else!! You can catch a bus from out side the Irish bar to PP and from there a bus all over the island.A must is the steps of calvari in pollensa, the view from the top is magnificent. Have a great holiday, we will be in the don pedro in september.
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Hi there, if you are in CSV, you shold Defnately go to the Marasar cliff jump. its a 35ft rock jump into the water, although there are different levels if you want to start low. You will be sure to find locals there all summer round, but its a deffinate must go. You can access it by following the road from the main "large cala beach", towards the smaller beach, its on your left, originally a viewpoint.

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My children and hubby have often done the cliff jump !! Not me I just stand and watch with eyes shut and fingers crossed You can also get round there in pedalo and watch people jump from below!!

Another must do at CSV is to snorkel. If you swim out from the Molins beach to the rocks on the right you can spot some beautiful fisn and occasionally a squid...I never knew I could swim so fast!!!

Then just sit in the beach bar with a cafe con leche or a cold beer and marvel at the beautiful view

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