Avant-garde, quality and variety
The beautiful island of Mallorca, known as the island of calm, boasts crystal clear waters, idyllic landscapes, hidden caves, as well as unforgettable sunsets that have attracted thousands of tourists from all over the world. In addition, its location is perfect for moving between islands, especially Menorca.
Mallorca’s climate is one of the factors that make many tourists want to visit the island all year round. Characterised by its 300 days of sunshine a year, the island of Mallorca has a sunny climate with a stable temperature; which makes it ideal for any visit or getaway.
Places of interest
- Es Trenc
- Port de Pollença
- Bahía de Alcudia
- Palma Cathedral
- Castillo de Bellver
- Palacio de la Almudaina
- Paseo del Borne
- Sierra de Tramuntana
- Senda del Archiduque
- Parque Natural Mondragó
Mallorca has numerous beautiful beaches.
In this corner of the Balearic Islands there are more than 260 stretches of sand, of which 29 have received the blue flag in recognition of the exceptional quality of the water and its commitment to the conservation of the coast. The largest island in the country has attractions for all tastes. Among the most famous beaches we find the beach of Es Trenc, Cala Agulla, Formentor, Cala Santanyi, Playa de Canyamel, Cala Estellencs, Cala Tuent, Port de Pollença, Bahía de Alcudia, Cala Mesquida, Cala Millor, Cala Mondragó.
Palma de Mallorca is the capital of Mallorca, a city with many charms.
It stands out for its location facing the sea with an impressive first line where we can see emblematic buildings such as the Cathedral, the Bellver Castle and the Almudaina Palace as well as its large port and promenade. The historic centre of the city is a step away from the coast. The Plaza de Cort where the town hall is, the Plaza Mayor, Jaime III, the Rambla or the Paseo del Borne are places you cannot miss. This modern city has all kinds of entertainment options, cinemas, casinos, theatres, concerts, hundreds of bars, restaurants and shops are scattered around the city.
Mallorca is famous for its stunning beaches and coves, but this beautiful Mediterranean island is also home to picturesque villages. The typical architecture of the island, the natural environment and a special charm make these villages an essential stop for anyone who visits or lives in Mallorca. Alcudia and Pollença hide wonders in their streets; located on the shores of the beautiful Mediterranean Sea on the island of Mallorca are considered as part of the group of “The most beautiful villages in Spain”. Like Valldemossa, Sóller and Fornalutx.
Mallorca is much more than sea and beaches.
The island of Mallorca is also defined by its trails and routes that run through villages and mountains, delighting all those travellers who like to walk through nature, discover new landscapes, animals and plants, and soak up the local history: many of these paths are now open to hikers. The beautiful and natural island of Mallorca has everything a traveller could want. Whether it’s the history, hiking or just enjoying the views, Mallorca is a spectacular place to stroll. Some of the most popular trails are: The dry stone route in the Sierra de Tramuntana, The Archduke’s Path and The Mondragó Natural Park.