Alaro is a stunning resort in Majorca measuring approximately 1 sq. ml and has a population of several thousands. Having oodles of charm and steeped in history, Alaro has a beautiful castle on the outskirts of the town, while a solid stone church stands right at the town’s centre. With criss-crossing narrow lanes, the road system in the town is a complicated one-way. The buildings here are mostly 3 storeyed local stone structures but recently the newer ones have been built at the outskirts. The town’s main square has chairs and tables spread out from the two cafes there. The resort town of Alaro has a laid back feel to it.
Get the taste of real Spain on all inclusive Alaro holidays. Families and couples from Germany and Great Britain looking for a peaceful and tranquil break love holidaying in Alaro.
The accommodation for travellers to Alaro is limited to low budget hotels in the resort, but for those wanting star hotels can book into any of the all inclusive 4 star hotels situated just outside the main resort.
Being the quiet small town that Alaro is, the place only has a small supermarket, a pharmacy, a newsagent and other businesses. There’s not much scope when it comes to shopping on all inclusive Alaro holidays apart from the weekly market on Friday afternoons. For more variety, one can head to the nearby Palma.
All inclusive Alaro holidays are very peaceful and laid back. The evenings here are spent exploring the beautiful countryside and enjoying a cup of hot coffee or chilled beer in one of the cafes/ bars at the main square. Looking for something livelier in Alaro? Why not head to Palma for a wide variety of entertainment options.
A variety of options for eating out are available on holidays in Alaro. The two all inclusive 4 star Alaro hotels on the outskirts have good restaurants offering great seafood, Italian and local dishes. The restaurants are open to public and prior reservations are recommended during peak season. The local specialties that one must try in Alaro are cream of mushroom or asparagus soup, Majorcan salad with prawns, garlic and rocket as well as fish a la Mallorquina (fish served with potatoes and vegetables).
The taxi service is quite limited in Alaro but, there’s a daily bus service from Alaro to Palma and nearby places.
As far as excursions go on Alaro holidays, one must visit Pollensa for its historical church and Roman bridge; Valldemosa- the mountain village with the Chopin monastery and the seaside town of Puerto de Pollensa. As such there are no planned or organized excursions.
Map of Alaro, Majorca Spain
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