Ikos Porto Petro | Spain | If Only
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Overview

Stunning coastal views and elegant interiors combine to create a tranquil haven on the captivating island of Mallorca at Ikos Porto Petro. A resort with relaxation at its core, an exclusively serviced beach, 10 heated pools, and indulgent spa facilities ensure guests can easily unwind, and a myriad of exceptional restaurants and bars present delicious cuisine any foodie would be excited by. Guests looking for adventure can explore the local area on nearby hiking trails, on mountain bikes or on the Ikos Local Drive Adventure offered by the resort, whilst an extensive range of activities and facilities can keep guests busy on site. Families will feel right at home here, with kid’s clubs and evening entertainment putting a smile on little one’s faces.

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0141 955 4000

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 319 rooms and suites
  • 12 restaurants and bars

Experiences

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Palma De Mallorca Airport

Approximate flight times

Approximately 2 hours

Time difference

GMT +1

Transfers

Approximately 50 minutes from Palma De Mallorca Airport by private car transfer. 

Climate

Spain’s summer season promises high temperatures and plentiful sun with some days easily exceeding 30 degrees celsius. The shoulder seasons of May, June, September and October still tend to offer warm, sunny days yet without the peak season crowds. Temperatures take a dip from November until April when, although it’s still possible to enjoy the comparatively mild weather compared to the UK, beach days might not on the agenda. Average temperatures in the Balearic islands from November to April range from 19 or 20 degrees celsius as a maximum down to 15 degrees as the daytime minimum. The Costa del Sol maintains slightly higher temperatures but, as with the whole of Spain, the weather is more changeable so warmer, sunny days alternate with periods of worse weather. Overall Spain has a mild, Mediterranean climate without the low temperatures experienced in northern Europe.