Can Simoneta Getting there
Fly with EasyJet (www.easyjet.com) or British Airways (www.ba.com) to Palma de Mallorca (also known as Son Sant Joan), which is 70km away.
Take the scenic route to Palma on the vintage steam train from Sóller’s beautifully restored train station. The journey takes around an hour, and a return ticket will cost €11 or so.
It’ll be worth having a car to reach this secluded clifftop hotel, and for exploring the Mallorcan countryside and coastline. The hotel has free parking and bicycle hire. The nearest bus station is 800m away.
Take the ferry from Port de Sóller to visit Sa Calobra, one of Mallorca’s most spectacular natural attractions.