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Just to the east of Spain is the equally sunny, picturesque and fabulous sands of Mallorca. The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca has a great reputation as a holiday destination, with the lively party town of Magaluf for night-time fun and the capital of Palma oozing with culture. The island is made of an eclectic mix of areas and resorts catering for families, couples, and corporate holidays also, so get packing… your luxury European holiday awaits.
Sunbathe on the crisp sands of beautiful beaches near your luxury resort, while sipping cocktails under the beating heat that Mallorca is known for. Take to the crystal-clear seas in seaside excursions which can be found on most beaches around the island, including boat tours, jet skis, kayaks and more. Dine in up-market restaurants and bars offering extraordinary culinary dishes that’ll make you wonder how you’ve never eaten such glorious food before. While you’re there, allow yourself to be treated like royalty as most resorts are ones of second-to-none service, where the staff will endeavour to fulfil your every whim.
If you’re looking to get some culture in you then this humble island is equally rich for that too. Feel inspired at the visiting of Palma Cathedral and experience awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Serra de Trumantana. Or, visit the local old towns and villages that have stuck to their roots like Alcudia or Algaida. With historic sites such as the beautiful structures of Llotja and Puig de Pollenca, there’s clearly plenty more to experience than the phenomenal Mediterranean food and world-class service.
Mallorca is a hit with golf fans too, as not only can you tee-off in the warm, exotic scenes with quality service from the staff, but because of the sheer number of golf clubs to choose from. There are 20 golf courses across the island, each with their own unique fairways to negotiate. Have a drink in the clubhouses after reaching your par, and if your play isn’t quite up to scratch, many clubs also have academies so you can up your game with expert help.
Mallorca is the gem of the Balearic Islands, full of a great mix of parties, relaxation facilities, pristine beaches and frothing with five-star hotels. There’s no doubt that you’ll find the resort for you, and it’s guaranteed that when you do, you will fall absolutely smitten for this astonishing island.
Mallorca’s name comes from the Latin expression ‘Insula Maior’, literally translating to ‘major island’ in English. The Romans named it after its larger size in contrast to the other Balearic Islands, especially 'Insula Minor', or Menorca. Centuries of linguistic evolution produced the names used today, with two spellings (Mallorca and Majorca) both pronounced the same. 
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +1
  • Capital: Palma de Mallorca
  • Currency: EUR
  • Instagram Opportunity: Serra de Trumentana

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 10°c   Feb: 10°c   Mar: 12°c  
Apr: 14°c   May: 18°c   Jun: 21°c  
Jul: 24°c   Aug: 25°c   Sep: 21°c  
Oct: 18°c   Nov: 14°c   Dec: 11°c  


Mallorca Articles

Mallorca In A Nutshell

  • Mallorca is host to some of the best beaches in all the Balearic Islands, with a solid reputation for great sands to sunbathe on.
  • Various beaches are great for different reasons. For example, Playa de Muro, and Portals Vells are excellent for family outings in the sun thanks to the assortment of bars and restaurants nearby, whereas others are better for taking up activities; the jaw-dropping caves and buildings on Cala Estellencs are great for snorkelling.
  • Playa de Palma is a gem with a great ambience, thanks to its restaurants, bars, and general popularity making for a great atmosphere

After Dark Destinations
  • The Piano Bar in Magaluf is slightly different to what the name suggests, though is still an undeniably great night out. A lively hub of singing and dancing, here you can shake some tail-feathers to the sounds of some brave karaoke-stars. Light hearted and fun, enjoy a great drink in a very cheerful and friendly atmosphere.
  • Port Adriano in Calvia is a hotbed of up-market bars and restaurants. If you’re looking for a more sophisticated night out, then here you can drink cocktails by world-class mixologists in front of the setting sun over this beautiful port.

Soak Up The Culture
  • Perhaps one of the most scenic areas in the whole island is Serra de Trumuntana, a collection of incredible mountains that make for one of the most powerful scenes in the world. Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the area cannot be touched by renovation thanks to the association’s recognition of how special the landmark is. Teeming with culture, sight-seeing here is a must.
  • Palma Cathedral is situated in the island’s capital and is certainly somewhere you’ve got to stop by at if you’re here for the culture. Appreciate centuries of religious worship in this beautiful Catalan Gothic structure.

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