Banyalbufar

Banyalbufar, Majorca, Spain

The coastal village of Banyalbufar is located in the Tramuntana Mountains on the west coast of Majorca.

Banyalbufar

In and around the village there are a few hotels and some local shops and bars to relax in, with a peaceful setting. Popular with walkers and cyclist due to the many hikes and trails in the area. Palma is around 35km away.

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Banyalbufar Hotels (1)

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This friendly hotel is situated on a cliffside overlooking the sea in the small village of Banyalbufar. Features of the hotel include an outdoor pool, gardens and a tennis court....

5 / 5 from 4 reviews

Banyalbufar Reviews

Mrs A Wade, Nottingham

Holiday Date:26th Aug 2017
Accommodation:Sa Coma Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin - Sea View
Board:Half Board
(5 suns)

Very quiet, peaceful village.

Mrs A Wade, Nottingham

Holiday Date:1st Jul 2017
Accommodation:Sa Coma Hotel
Room:Standard Room - Sea View
Board:Half Board
(5 suns)

Very pretty, small village. Not "touristy" at all.

Mrs A Leeland, Nottingham

Holiday Date:29th Apr 2017
Accommodation:Sa Coma Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin - Sea View
Board:Half Board
(5 suns)

Very picturesque, quiet and suitable for relaxation, walking and sunbathing. Not ideal for older children or thrill seekers.

Mrs A Leeland, Nottingham

Holiday Date:29th Apr 2017
Accommodation:Sa Coma Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin - Sea View
Board:Half Board
(5 suns)

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The beach

Cala Banyalbufar is a stony beach situated in a small cove surrounded by cliffs. The beach is 100-metres in length and has an average width of 15-metres, due to its location there are no facilities here and access is via a steep stairway.

Things to do nearby

The emphasis on staying in this area of Majorca is to enjoy the great outdoors with many hikes and trails to by found, there are a number of charming villages worth a visit with cobbled lanes and historical buildings of interest, such as the Carthusian Monasater in Valldemossa and in Deya the former residence of Robert Graves.

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