Forget the unpredictable British weather. If you’re looking for plenty of sunshine, warm, crystal-clear waters and delicious Mediterranean food, look no further than Palma in Mallorca.
With average temperatures of 24°C and highs of 31°C, an 80% chance of a sunny day, nine hours of sunshine and a sea temperature of 24°C, July is the perfect month to visit Palma.
The capital and largest city in the Balearic Islands, cosmopolitan Palma is stylish and sophisticated, full of history and culture, and bursting with life. Enjoy the sparkling blue Mediterranean, the urban sandy beach, fantastic restaurants, cafés, shops and nightlife, along with a wide variety of events, as well as a thriving arts scene.
If this sounds like the perfect getaway destination, forget hotels and book your very own hotel on water.
Samaric is every bit as luxurious as a top hotel, and comes with all the comforts that you could want. There are two doubles and two twin cabins, accommodating up to eight people, each with stylish granite or marble en suites, full reverse cycle air conditioning, satellite TV and DVD/CD/iPod plug-in player. You’ll be pampered with Egyptian cotton monogrammed bed linen, duck or goose down pillows and the highest-quality bath towels.
The fully-equipped galley has a separate dining area, and the luxury saloon features leather sofas, a 40” flat-screen TV and bar area. You’ll find in-built speakers and mood lights around the yacht to create the perfect atmosphere, and there are plenty of decks for sunbathing and dining al fresco.
The spacious Aft Cockpit is ideal for entertaining your guests, while the Foredeck is the place for serious sunbathing, and you’ll find sun loungers, a gas barbeque, fridge and wet bar on the Flybridge. For those feeling a little more adventurous, there’s a Seadoo jet ski and a Williams 325 turbojet tender for some serious action.
And for a full hotel service, you can even have your own private chef and hostess so that you don’t have to lift a finger.
If you want to escape to somewhere really special this July then come to Samaric – arguably one of the best places to stay in Mallorca!