Luxury hotel holiday Font Santa Hotel Mallorca

In a rugged natural setting beside the nature reserve of Es Salobrar of Campos, the five-star Fontsanta Hotel occupies one of the most unspoilt areas of Mallorca. An 'adults only' hotel with a fabulous restaurant and the only natural thermal waters in the Balearic Islands, Fontsanta hotel promises peace, serenity and indulgence.
Included in your Expressions holiday
  • Accommodation in a double or twin room on bed and breakfast
  • Scheduled flights with British Airways to Palma de Mallorca
  • Hire of a group A car for the duration of the holiday
  • Optional private car transfers
  • Concierge service and Expressions Holidays regional helpful hints
  • Optional room, car and flight upgrades. Details on request

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Font Santa Hotel, Mallorca

Fontsanta Hotel is an exclusive, adult-only, 5-star luxury hotel situated in a beautiful natural location. The excellent spa facilities and secluded setting afford guests a truly tranquil and indulgent experience.

Facts in brief

Official star rating 5

Location The hotel is 10-minutes' drive from the village of Campos and 7-minutes' drive from Playa El Trenc

Annual opening 23 February to 10 November

Closest airport Palma de Mallorca Airport

Distance from airport The hotel is about 40-minutes' drive from Palma de Mallorca Airport

Hotel facilities and services

Restaurant, Thermal Spa, Thermal Pool, Jacuzzi, Steam Room, Thermal Bath, Room Service, Complimentary WiFi.

Complimentary

WiFi, Thermal Circuit.

Out and about nearby

Nature reserve of Es Salobrar de Campos, Es Trenc beach, Sa Rapita, Port de Campos, Cabrera National Park, Cova Blave. Campos market every Thursday and Saturday and Sa Rapita summer market during July and August. The drive to Palma is under 40 minutes. 

Sports nearby

Boat Tours and Boat Rental, Scuba Diving, Windsurfing, Cycling, Paddle Tennis Club, Horse Riding. There is a golf course 9 miles away.

Holiday price guide Sample prices for Font Santa Hotel are per person based on two people sharing a Double Room with PatioLow season from £1750 per person for 7 nights.High season from £2330 per person for 7 nights.The prices displayed here are a guide only for this hotel and each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect the actual flight costs and all up-to-date special offers.

From about

Holiday Code EXH1523

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Font Santa Hotel, Mallorca

In a rugged natural setting beside the nature reserve of Es Salobrar of Campos, the five-star Fontsanta Hotel occupies one of the most unspoilt areas of Mallorca. Not far from Es Trenc beach - a three kilometre stretch famed for its white sand and crystal clear waters - the hotel is surrounded by nature. This undiscovered corner of the island promises utter exclusivity, and an 'adults only' policy serves to maximise the natural peace and tranquillity. A boutique property with just 25 rooms, the minimalist style combines pure white walls and pristine linens with pale, organic hues. There is a feeling of light and serenity, while smart lighting to helps you customise the mood. Even the most basic room type here extends onto a private terrace with marvellous views. Fontsanta Hotel is home to the Balearic Islands' only thermal waters of subterranean origin, and these mineral-rich, 38 degree waters are harnessed in wellness rituals and holistic treatments at the spa. From massages to beauty treatments, the health-giving properties are exploited to leave you feeling fresh and revitalised. Other facilities include a Jacuzzi, steam room and thermal baths to aid ultimate relaxation. Further indulgence can be experienced at the restaurant, where the simple elegance of the dining room allows the fine dining fare to take centre stage. The kitchens consistently produce imaginative dishes in which simple flavours are creatively-crafted for a sensory gastronomic experience. Only the freshest local market ingredients are used, and dining on the elegant terrace makes the experience truly special.

Room descriptions

Font Santa Hotel has 25 rooms with king size or twin beds, telephone, free WiFi, LED TV with interactive system, heating and air conditioning, smart lighting, bathrobes, hairdryer, minibar and a safe.

Double Room with Patio
Double Room with Terrace
Piched Roof Room with Balcony
Junior Suite with Terrace
Piched Roof Suite with Terrace
Duplex Suite with Terrace
Luxury Suite with Terrace
Gran Villa
Gran Suite

Holiday price guide Sample prices for Font Santa Hotel are per person based on two people sharing a Double Room with PatioLow season from £1750 per person for 7 nights.High season from £2330 per person for 7 nights.The prices displayed here are a guide only for this hotel and each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect the actual flight costs and all up-to-date special offers.

From about

Holiday Code EXH1523

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Font Santa Hotel, Mallorca

The journey and how you get there

For a holiday to Fontsanta Hotel, Mallorca, Expressions Holidays includes scheduled flights with British Airways from London to Palma de Mallorca. Flights may be available from other UK airports with Easyjet, Jet2 and TUI for example. The hotel is about 40 minutes’ drive from the airport and we recommend that we book a private car transfer for you. Depending on your itinerary, you may want us to book a hire-car for you instead, especially if combining stays at more than one hotel.

Additional information

Children: Children are not permitted, all guests must be 18 or over..

Holiday price guide Sample prices for Font Santa Hotel are per person based on two people sharing a Double Room with PatioLow season from £1750 per person for 7 nights.High season from £2330 per person for 7 nights.The prices displayed here are a guide only for this hotel and each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect the actual flight costs and all up-to-date special offers.

From about

Holiday Code EXH1523

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Font Santa Hotel, Mallorca

About Mallorca and the Balearics

An Expressions tailor-made holiday to Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza feature the best four and five star hotels on each of the islands, including prestigious hillside properties, beach hotels and boutique retreats. Lying around 100 miles from the Spanish mainland in the Mediterranean Sea is Mallorca (otherwise known as Majorca), the largest of the Balearic Islands and an incredibly popular destination for tourists. With sun, sea and sand in abundance, the island's attraction as a beach holiday destination is obvious. However, step away from the beaches and you'll find rugged mountains, picturesque rural villages, hilltop monasteries, extensive underground caves, pretty harbours and much more. The islands of Menorca and Ibiza capture the dynamic landscape of Mallorca but on a more intimate scale. Our tailor-made luxury holidays allow you to discover the very best of the Balearic Islands. In the southwest of Mallorca is Palma, a seaside city with an abundance of historical and cultural sights. Dominating the island's west coast are the Tramuntana mountains, where pretty villages sit amidst olive terraces, terraced farmland clings to steep slopes and rugged cliffs drop away to the sparkling sea. In eastern Mallorca is a smaller mountain range which gives way to sand dunes and remote beaches, whilst the unspoilt scenery of the south includes nature reserves, secluded coves and charming fishing villages. The centre of the island is home to a fertile plain, an area with ancient windmills, vineyards and sleepy market towns which offer a glimpse into Mallorca's rural traditions. With a number of interesting towns and villages, stunning beaches and a great variety in the natural scenery, the Balearics are outstanding holiday destinations with plenty of opportunities for activities as well as seaside relaxation. Many of the popular tourist resorts are in the north and west of Mallorca, but there are many places to discover in other parts of the island. The varied terrain provides excellent opportunities for cycling and hiking, with numerous trails which are suited to walkers of all ages and fitness levels. Cuitadella, in Menorca, has an enchanting old town and archaeological sites, while Mahon, the island's capital, is one of the Mediterranean's most picturesque cities. Well-known for its appeal with tourists, Ibiza is also home to a wealth of tranquil coves, lush forests, and small villages which encapsulate the Balearics' laid-back lifestyle.

Highlights of Mallorca and the Balearic Islands

Mallorca: Palma de Mallorca, home to attractions such as the Gothic La Seu Cathedral which sits overlooking the harbour, 10th century Arab baths and authentic old streets. The pretty villages including Deià, Valldemossa and Fornalutx which you will encounter if you drive along the winding roads which run along the western coast, set between mountains and sea. Appealing coastal resorts including Alcúdia, Puerto Pollensa and Puerto de Soller. Hilltop sanctuaries which are dotted throughout the island, including Lluc Monastery in the Tramuntana mountains and the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador in the south east of the island. Traditional fishing villages such as Cala Figuera. Beautiful beaches including Es Trenc, Es Carbo and Cala Barques. The Caves of Drach near Porto Christo. Formentor, the peninsula in the northeast of the island which is home to a famous lighthouse in a stunning location. Natural parks including S'Albufera wetlands near Alcúdia, Llevant Peninsula nature reserve in the north east and the Cabrera archipelago off the southern coast of Mallorca. Ibiza: The dark sands and rocky cliffs of Cala Boix. The bohemian market at the bottom of the hills around San Carles. Clear-water beaches including Benirras and Cala Saladas. Boat trips to neighbouring Formentera to see the windmills and cycle or hike across the hills. Menorca: The hiking trails around Mount Toro. Cultural and historic cities including Mahon and the old town of Cuitadella. Caves and gorges at the Cales Coves. Sandy beaches at Binibequer and Cala'n Porter in the south, and Punta Prima to the east, amongst many others. The ruined castle of Santa Àgueda in the north of the island. With a number of interesting towns and villages, stunning beaches and a great variety in the natural scenery, the Balearic Islands are outstanding holiday destinations with plenty of opportunities for walking and cycling as well as seaside relaxation.

Festivals in Mallorca and the Balearic Islands

January: Festival of Palma de Mallorca's patron saint, March/April: Holy week celebrations, April: Pollença wine fair, May: Palma International Boat Show, May: Ibiza International Film Festival, April/May: Spring fairs, June: Midsummer's eve festivals, July: Festival of the patron saint of fishermen, July: International Folklore Festival (Soller), June: Festival of Sant Joan (Ibiza, Menorca), July: Sant Martí­ horse festival (Es Mercadal, Menorca), August: Summer Music festival (Menorca), August: Earth Festival (Ibiza), September: Festival of King Jaume I, September: Grape harvest celebrations (Binissalem), October: Alcudia agricultural fair, November: Caimari olive fair (Tramuntana mountains), December: Christmas markets.

Gastronomy of the Balearic Islands

Traditional cuisine in the Balearic Islands is rich and varied, making excellent use of the abundant local ingredients including pork, fish and vegetables as well as olive oil and lard. Olives, almonds and citrus fruit are grown across the island, as are the grapes which are used to produce a selection of white, rosé and red wines. Local specialities in the Balearics include ‘Sobrasada’ (a type of sausage), ‘Arros Brut’ (saffron rice cooked with meat and vegetables), ‘Frit mallorqui’ (fried offal with potatoes and vegetables) and ‘Ensaimada’ (a sweet bun). Local desserts are made with almonds or nougat, and seafood dishes, including ‘Caldereta de Ilagosta’ (lobster stew), are a staple. Speciality spirits from Menorca include Maó Gin, made from juniper berries, and Port. The Hierbas Ibicencas, and Frígola in Ibiza are aromatic drinks built around aniseed and thyme respectively.

Climate of the Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands have a typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild and stormy winters. There is some variation across Mallorca as the Tramuntana Mountains protect the southwest of the island. Average summer temperatures are around 25 degrees, when seas are also warm and a cooling breeze prevents excessive heat. Spring and autumn are great seasons to visit as temperatures are pleasant but there are fewer tourists, although nights can be cold and there is some rainfall. Average temperatures in winter are around 10 degrees with occasional showers and snow falling in the mountains.

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