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C’an Pastilla was one of the first resorts to be discovered by tourism on Mallorca, and has been attracting visitors both able-bodied and disabled to its golden beach and busy bars since the 1960s.
The picturesque harbour is home to a number of attractive yachts and pleasure crafts, making it a gorgeous place to bathe in the sun and the area’s calming beauty. One of the most unique aspects of the resort are the “balnearios” on the promenade – the small beach huts offering snacks and conveniences that work very well as navigation points around the resort.
There are numerous places to enjoy a variety of food, which reflect both a traditional, local charm and a set of British-style establishments offering tourists a taste of home.
While there is certainly a strong flavour of Britishness to some areas of the resort, C’an Pastilla is also steeped in history and culture. The cathedral and Belver Castle are impressive examples of the area’s traditional architecture, while inside Belver Castle there is a beautiful collection of classical sculptures crafted by the Mallorcan artist Ramon Despuig.