Today’s the day we plunge into the island’s idyllic waters! We suggest a morning of water sports in the Levante/Es Pujols area of beach.
First-time dive sessions and courses, as well as introductory courses for kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, Optimist and Laser dinghy sailing, and catamaran sailing are available at very affordable prices, and guarantee an unforgettable experience here.
If you’re a fan of water sports, we provide a catalogue giving more detailed information, together with details of the companies organising these activities. Access it here.
Another of this area’s great attractions is its vast range of restaurants, offering everything from local cooking to international cuisine. Why not take a stroll around to see what appeals to you? Remember that the best-located eateries are those with terraces offering a view of the beach.
Distance: 4,600 m / Ascent: 5 m / Difficulty: Medium
In the afternoon, it’s time to stretch your legs again — this time on Green Route Nº 19 (Es Pujols – Sa Roqueta – Ses Illetes), a perfect route for running enthusiasts, and the best connection between Es Pujols and the Ses Iletes beach.
We’ll follow the entire eastern coastline, and we’ll finish our run and our day by enjoying a spectacular sunset at the point where Ses Illetes beach starts. Seeing the sun sinking down into the sea is truly an awe-inspiring sight.
As night falls, Es Pujols comes to life with its street market and live music. During the summer months (May – October), the market is open from Monday to Sunday between 7.30 pm and 11.30 pm, while every Thursday, you can hear live music from a plethora of artists in Plaza Europa square.