Porto Petro in Spain, from Europe region, is best know for Scuba & Snorkeling. Discover best things to do in Porto Petro with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Porto Petro
5 based on 36 reviews
Great diving school and very experienced staff. You will be in safe hands!
We stayed in Porto Petro for one week in July.
My 14 year old boy who has never dived before wanted to go scuba diving. I knew there was a diving school in Porto Petro. We opted for the one to one dive costing around 99 euros.
The lady who took him diving was an extremely experienced diver and looked after Alex my son as though he was her own!
Initially they talk you throughhow to dive and how to use the equipment.
The lady who was with Alex throughout the dive made his first diving experience a very memorable one and he felt safe at all times.
If you are interested in a 1st time dive or want to gain an international diving certificate I have no hesitation in recommending the diving school in Porto Petro.
You will be in safe hands and will have wonderful time.
4.5 based on 289 reviews
Just went for the day here as were based at Moscari. It's picture perfect absolutely beautiful. Starting at the top of the hill where we parked winding down towards the harbour then you can walk right around and over the other side where there are holiday lets as well as locals. Small and quaint not commercialised with shops and restaurants along the route. Stunning views out to sea from the top of the hill. Please visit this unspoiled gem of a place.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The beach here is beautiful and there is a lovely scenic walk too. We visited in October and it was quite busy considering it is a little more difficult to get to than some other nearby beeches. Parking is €5 for the day and a ten minute walk to the beach/es.
4.5 based on 212 reviews
Turned up at 9:15 and _all_ the umbrellas/chairs were already taken. I'm not sure what time you have to turn up but they all looked liked they'd been there for hours.
But that aside, what a beach! Just brilliant, probably my favourite beach on Majorca, just beautiful. There were 14 of us, 8 adults and kids from 4-10.
We'll most certainly be back
4.5 based on 248 reviews
Beautiful little gem on the east coast. 15 minute walk from the harbour in porto colom and well worth it . Don't be out off by reviews mentioning the hills leading to the beach. They aren't overly steep.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Fabulous beach with everything you need for a blissful day in the sun. Sheltered bay, great swimming, lovely sandy beach, plenty of beach loungers & umbrellas. The main beach bar does pretty good day time food too.
Can get very busy and then parking is at a premium, but well worth the effort to get here.
4 based on 33 reviews
We have visited this place on our last few visits to Cala d'or, the entertainment is very good and the staff are both polite and friendly. Good choice of beer and a good measure when you order shorts. CTV in the bar with both Sky Sports and BT Sport for all the football matches and F1 races.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
You can find us in Cala Ferrera (directly in the hotel Playa Ferrera). We offer Try Scuba Diving, Dive Courses (also refreshers and speciality courses), dive excursions and dive events.
the variety of different shops you don't find at home .like ones selling hand made jewellery and pottery .and gifts
4.5 based on 531 reviews
Gorgeous beach and bay, plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. Marina is fabulous with places to sit, have a drink and dream about which boat you would buy.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Stayed in Cala d'Or. Had big idea to walk to Porto Petro in the hot Sunshine. So glad we found this place for a much needed beer. Very nice it was too. Cracking location. Good service.
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