Saying goodbye to summer in Calviá
Travelling to Majorca in September is one of the best ways to get to know the island when it is not too crowded and with temperatures still warm enough to make the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean inviting. Once again it is time to make trips through the beautiful Majorcan landscape, over the bicycle routes, and, above all, to relax and enjoy the sunsets from some of the best viewpoints in Majorca. The Calviá area, on the banks of the imposing Sierra de Tramuntana, becomes an ideal choice of place to stay as it combines the tranquillity of a place near the sea with a wide range of things to do that lets you say goodbye to summer in one of the most exclusive places on the island.
- Shopping in Calviá. The picturesque villages that form the municipality of Calviá such as Santa Ponça, Bendinat, Peguera and the Calviá capital are full of small boutiques that are highly recommended for buying unique, designer products such as clothing, accessories, crafts and very original decorative objects. Also you can find souvenir shops where you can choose the best souvenirs to take home.
- A luxury port. A few metres from our exclusive 5 star hotel in Port Adriano you can find Port Adriano, the luxury port in Calvia that offers a wide range of entertainment, exclusive shops and a large selection of the best restaurants and bars. Every month all kinds of events are held in Port Adriano, including concerts, special markets, yoga classes and parties and during the month of September a charity concert is organized by the show orchestra ‘Big Band’.
- A day at the beach. The temperatures in September are still warm and perfect for cooling off on the beautiful beaches of Calvia and surrounding yourself in the beautiful natural landscape offered by the Majorcan coast. Some beaches such as Caló d’en Monjo, Cala Fornells, Cala Vinyes and Playa del Mago, which has a nudist option, are true oases of peace perfect for relaxing in the sun.
- Excursions in the Sierra de Tramuntana. This is the perfect time to start the excursion season on the island and the Sierra de Tramuntana offers every type of tour. From wide and marked roads to narrow paths and impossible steps, there are lots of trips you can do in Calviá although, perhaps, one of the most well known is the journey to Galilea and Deià, one of the classic Majorcan routes which is accessible whatever your ability.
Visit Majorca in September and enjoy the exclusive services offered by the luxury hotel in Calviá, Pure salt Port Adriano.