At Cap Rocat, you are staying in an authentic fortress on the cliffs, complete with a moat and embrasures. Buttressed towers rise above the cliffs. Down below, wild waves splash the brown rocks unceasingly.
But unlike the troops that used to garrison this castle, you also have the utter comfort of a place renovated and designed for travellers. This is no longer a medieval timepeace but a place of decadence and history on the coast.
There’s a salt-water pool with a view of the bay, two restaurants that offer traditional and modern Majorcan cuisine, and wellness experiences that range from Moorish to Phillipine treatments.