Fantastic shopping and markets
Nightlife is mainly laid back and hotel based but for something a little livelier head along the coast to Cala’n Porter and the nightclub built into the cliff side! A visit to the San Jaime complex will offer a fabulous day out with water rides, chutes and paddling pools, or lose yourself in the giant maze. Son Bou holidays present many shopping opportunities, including novelty shops for souvenir hunters and commercial centres for the serious shoppers.
A day trip to Alaior, a traditional Spanish village with weekly market, is a popular excursion, as are trips to the capital Mahon and authentic town of Ciudadela. Wander further inland and see hilltop monasteries or visit the limestone gorges just waiting to be explored. The natural beauty of Son Bou’s countryside, rugged coastline and superb sandy beach, offers a wonderful holiday experience that keeps people flocking back year after year. Book holidays to Son Bou online here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
Torre d’en Gaumes
– A pre-historic settlement just outside of Son Bou on the road from Alaior. Access is controlled to preserve this extensive site, known to be the largest pre-historic town in the Balearic Islands.
– There is some beautiful country side around Son Bou and walks along the Nature Reserve and beach to nearby Santo Tomas, passing an idyllic farm and dramatic rock formations on the way