The focal point of holidays in Son Bou is the beach, a massive strip of creamy sand lapped by turquoise waters. With so many families and couples flocking here for beach life, there are plenty of watersports on the menu, from jet skiing to scuba diving. When night falls on the resort, there are lots of lively bars, many of which have a family-friendly atmosphere. If you like to get out and about and explore, discover the unspoilt sand dunes and countryside that back the resort or hop on board one of the many boat trips. Further afield, take day excursions to the water park, zoological gardens or historic Ciudadella. When it comes to accommodation for your Son Bou holidays, choose from private villas, self catering apartments, child-friendly resorts and luxury, all inclusive hotels. If you’re looking for a relaxing break with a wonderful beach, Son Bou’s a great choice.
If you can tear yourself away from the beautiful beach and all those watersports, there are some interesting sights to see on Son Bou holidays. As well as the usual souvenir shops, you'll find some stunning countryside on the outskirts of town, including sand dunes and a bird reserve, plus an ancient fortified village. If you want to explore the calm, clear waters that lap the shoreline, take a boat trip or even learn to scuba dive. On dry land, there are an array of exciting day trips just waiting to be taken, including historical and shopping trips, a water park and zoological gardens. Theres a golf course approximately 20 minutes drive away from the resort and you can also go horse riding along the beach.
There are plenty of lively bars and a disco in Son Bou, but the resort tends to attract couples and families more than groups of revellers. Some cocktail bars even have a juice menu for the little ones. Many hotels lay on their own entertainment, which is usually geared towards families.
Many hotels in Son Bou have their own onsite restaurants, but youll find a host of eateries in the resort itself. Pull up a chair on one of the outdoor terraces and tuck into treats from Italy, China, Britain and of course, Spain.
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