Really lovely apartment - Casa Benisi, spacious, stylish, airy, air con in living room, 2 beds, fully kitted kitchen with dining table - and super large balcony with tables & chairs. We had stayed at Peter apartment a couple of times (loved it), in September, but as we were staying in June, and felt that the air con would be useful, stayed at Casa Benisi this time - was very glad as the weather was very hot. This is apartment (as next door), is well looked after, fully kitted out with everything you would need, including a couple of beach brollies & chairs, washing machine, dishwasher, filter coffee machine - huge fridge etc. We even found some glue in the kitchen drawer to mend a broken sandal!. The bathroom is a good size with twin sinks, bidet etc, and there were plenty of CD's to listen to and spare books to read it you felt that just watching the world go by on the balcony wasnt enough - the view is lovely, watching the huge boats go out, and people paddle boarding if fun, and can see & here the shows across the harbour at Port Adriano on an evening as well. If you dont like swimming in the crystal clear sea from the beach a few mins walk away, there is a resteraunt with a large pool at the base of the building instead - though we didnt use the pool, the resteraunt is very popular. There is a large SPAR shop only a few minutes walk away into El Toro - just go out of the building, turn right and right again - and there is the main street with several bars, resteraunts, and a little further a Chemist/Pharmercie in the town centre. There is also a smaller SPAR in Port Adriano itself, where there are further bars + resteraunts. We tended to catch the local bus (no. 104, every half hour) into Santa Ponsa (1.5 euros each way/per person) as there is a much larger choice of eateries if you dont want to cook + watch the view from the balcony. Also loads of bars, shops open in the evening, a doctor etc available there too. The last bus back is 10.55pm, but from the same place you can get a taxi - about 8-9 euros. From the same road, but opposite side you can get the 104 or 105 bus to Magaluf/Palma Nove & Palma for a day out. If organised can also get the 104 to Santa Ponsa then the A11 bus - which will take you direct to Palma airport for about 13 euros each - bargain! We dit this both to & from the apartment and it only took just over and hour, which we thought was excellent. All in all, another happy stay in El Toro - thanks Peter, will see you next year!