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Mallorca Island

The island of Mallorca
Mallorca Island beckons travellers from around the world to its sandy beaches, thrilling mountains and bustling cultural life.
The island of Mallorca

Mallorca Island

Mallorca Island beckons travellers from around the world to its sandy beaches, thrilling mountains and bustling cultural life. From hiking through its lush greenery to lounging on its glistening sands, holidays in Mallorca promise blissful memories.

Exploring the island of Mallorca

Mallorca – sometimes known as Majorca – is the one of the most scenic and sought after holiday locations in Europe. The island is the largest of the Balearics, a group of islands located in the Mediterranean Sea near the west coast of Spain. All along its coast are beaches that are celebrated for their white sands and lapping blue waves. Charter a yacht or sailboat and explore Mallorca on the water by day, and relax with authentic paella by the sea at night.

Elsewhere, nature enthusiasts can discover the fascinating array of wildlife that resides in Mallorca’s verdant interior. Trekking or cycling is a popular way to tour the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range that runs along the north-west coast of the island. Travellers seeking tranquillity in Mallorca can also spend time on its many golf courses, which welcome both beginners and seasoned players.

Days out in Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca is the vibrant capital of Mallorca Island. Stroll around its mysterious old town and discover a city that is a melting pot of historic influences, from its iconic Gothic cathedral to the labyrinthine Arab Quarter. The streets in Palma de Mallorca are lined with chic boutiques and inviting cafés, and its lively cultural atmosphere means it is often compared with Barcelona.

Expect an unforgettable landscape and a diversity of activities when you visit the enchanting island of Mallorca.

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