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A chilled-out seaside escape

Located on Majorca’s east coast, the small seaside town of S’illot is ideal for those looking for an easy-going holiday with Balearic island flair. S’illot holidays are more low-key than in neighbouring towns, and here you’ll really have the chance to unwind as you relax by the sea. The beach, of course, is the town’s main attraction – the long expanse of golden sand has plenty of water sports on offer to keep even the most high-energy visitor entertained.

The resort has managed to retain much of its traditional charm. Wander the quaint streets and you’ll discover fantastic local restaurants and cafés where you can feast on Majorcan delicacies and fresh fish. You can also stroll along the harbour and watch the fishing boats bob in the water. Like its leisurely, laid-back days, evenings are also relaxed and best enjoyed with a glass of chilled wine in hand. Holidays to S’illot are an ideal way to kick back and unwind by the sea.

Your S’illot questions, answered

S’illot is very laid-back, with a few local bars. For a more hedonistic option, head to the nearby resort of Sa Coma where you can dance the night away.
You’ll find some fantastic local restaurants in the resort, serving dishes like ‘tumbet’ (a Majorcan ratatouille), ‘porcella’ (roasted suckling pig) and divine almond ice cream.
S’illot is self-contained, so you’ll find everything you need here. However, if you’re planning on heading out of town, it’s a good idea to have a car.

Best things to do in S’illot

Hit the beach

Make a beeline for the town’s lovely beach, which has Blue Flag status. Find your own little piece of heaven and take a dip in the clear water.

Get back to nature

Punta de n’Amer nature reserve is a half-hour’s walk from S’illot and boasts beautiful views of the coast. You can go on foot, on horseback or even Segway.

Make a splash

S’illot has plenty of fun water-sports activities to keep the whole family amused, from banana boats to stand-up paddle boarding. Why not try them all?