I had never been as in need of a holiday as when 8th June 2015 came around. Don't get me wrong I love to travel more than I love pizza (and pizza is my ultimate weakness) I feel so at home when I am on holiday. I love the lazy days, exploring, relaxing getting a healthy glow and most importantly having time to think. I become my most creative when I can feel the sun on my skin and hear the sea in my ears. As soon as I step off the plane a fog is lifted off of my brain and ideas from the far corners come flying to the forefront, anyone know how I can recreate this back home?
However the feelng I had come 8th June was slightly different, I was tired, worn out mentally and physically after a rocky start to the year. I was dreaming of the moment you step off the plane and feel the heat hit you in the face like only a Spanish welcome does. I headed to Port D'Andraxt with the sole purpose of relaxing and regrouping and there couldn't be a better place to do this.
I have been going to Port D'Andraxt, a port (obviously) 30 minutes from Palma on the island of Majorca, since I was in my early teens, we have family friends who own an apartment here. It is the most idyllic calming place that I have visited to date. The people are lovely, it is mostly residential with tourists coming in on the biggest most beautiful yachts you will see, yacht watching is one of my favourite things to do here. The food is delicious with fresh fish coming into the restaurants daily and the weather is a balmy 30C from June right through to September. If you plan on going I would highly recommend Giovannis for the fresh pasta and Media Luna for the fresh fish...delicious!
This was just the holiday I needed, I enjoyed every minute and came back as you should from a holiday, rejuvenated. I couldn't recommend this port anymore but just in case you still need some convincing take a look at those G&T's, in a word they are phenomenal.
Are you heading anywhere nice for your summer holidays?