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Mallorca may just be the perfect place to call hogar dulce hogar - turquoise water, hidden caves and endless seaside views awaits you!
The high season from May until the end of September is the perfect time to enjoy and explore the very best that the Mediterranean island of Mallorca has to offer. Mallorca's unique selling point must surely be its diversity. From luxury hotels to mountain refuges, local markets to upmarket fashion stores, and from tourist resorts to peaceful mountain footpaths, it truly is an island of contrasts. The weather as well is also an attraction for visiting the Island.
With more than 300 days of sunshine, the clear, blue skies and sea, golden sands give you a very positive feeling. You can explore the beautiful beaches, which are like a paradise of calm, turquoise sea and amazing nature. Sometimes you can find caves to explore.
You can search for never crowded beaches and sunbathe privacy. Take your snorkel and flippers for a fish's eye view of the typically Mediterranean underwater habitat. The amenities of the beaches and the city, in general, will make you feel more comfortable exploring with safety, security and spending an amazing time here.
Learn more about the Mallorca for your future Spanish Staycation, here.
Mallorca is a part of The Balearic Islands which consist of following areas:
Palma, Ibiza, Mahon, Santa Eularia des Riu, Calvia, Manacor, Alcudia, Ciutadella de Menorca, Soller, Valldemossa, Inca, Deia, Banyabufar, Felanitx, Pollenca, Capdepera, Alaior, Algaida, Sineu, Santa Eugenia, Ariany, Puigpunyent, Estellencs, Mancor de la Vall, Costitx, Montuiri, Arta, Fornalutx, Buger, Sant Joan, Ses Salines, Marratxi, Alaro, Andratx, Santa Margalida, Sencelles, Binissalem, Llucmajor, Campanet, Llubi, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Sant Lluis, Es Migjorn Gran, Esporles, Bunyola, Son Servera, Vilafranca de Bonany, Escorca, Maria de la Salut, and Porreres.
Roaming animals, sea views, mountain plains, cliff faces, and glistening lakes were just a few things you encountered along the Mallorca route. Once you reach Port Sa Calobra, you will see more views with blue waters, caves and more beautiful scenery awaits until you reach a secluded pebbly beach. Then, you can go to Torrente de Pareis and take some time to relax.
Palma de Mallorca is a laid-back atmosphere and vibrant city full of narrow streets, cafes, shopping, beautiful architecture to admire and the very impressive cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma. During the night, the plazas come alive with many restaurants, bars, music on the streets, turning it into a bustling area.
Mercat de Santa Catalina is the oldest food market in Palma, built in 1920. It is the supply source for many restaurants, bars and coffees around the city. It is a large market and you can find fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, seafood, baked goods and fresh flowers. If you don't want to buy food, you can join the local bar and restaurants serving typical tapa dishes.
Diving into water is a good idea to explore Mallorca. A day out on catamaran trips with snacks, lunch and some drinks is a great option to relax and let the day float by. You can enjoy snorkelling and paddleboards into the depths of Mallorca's blue water.
Soller is another unique and quaint town to visit. You can sit in a valley between mountain ranges and the sea. Soller is full of narrow back streets surrounded by cottages, farmhouses and locals carrying their groceries home. It is 100% authentic and different.
There is one main street and a beautiful plaza called Plaça Constitució that is dotted with cafes, ice-cream stores, beautiful architecture and typical Spanish apartments with colourful doors. You can also enjoy the journey on a vintage tram, one of the most popular attractions in Soller, from the town's centre to Port de Soller.
Playa Formentor can be found at the northeastern tip of the island and this long narrow sandy beach with clear shallow waters is simply beautiful and the perfect place to relax in the Mallorcan sun. There are changing facilities, showers, sunbeds to rent, restaurants and paid parking across the road from the beach.
Valldemossa is a picturesque, rural village in the midst of the Tramuntana mountains. It is surrounded by olive groves and windy roads. It is famously known for the Royal Charterhouse built in the 14th century that later became Frederic Chopin's home for the winter.
The cobblestone streets combined with the maintained gardens and sandstone buildings set it apart from the city centre of Palma with gardens, cafes and stores. Before leaving, try the Coca De Patatas, a speciality of Valldemossa and typically served with a cappuccino, made primarily with mashed potatoes, eggs, sugar, yeast and salt then generously sprinkled with powdered sugar. Mouth-watering!
Palma de Mallorca is situated on the Spanish island of Majorca in the Balearic Islands. You can travel throughout the city using taxis, trains, buses. The local buses are an inexpensive way to travel during your stay in Palma de Mallorca. The buses that are red and yellow will take you all over the city. Taxis line up outside of the airport, tourist attractions, and town centres. You should agree on a price before you are taken to your next destination. They can be overpriced and you should try to ask for discounts. The vintage train carries passengers from Palma to Sóller. You can get wonderful views of the island. You will be able to travel through mountain ranges, inside tunnels, and see lots of farmland and towns.
The climate of Mallorca falls into the category of subtropical, which means hot summers and mild winters. Mallorca has around 300 days of sunshine a year. Summer is reliably hot and sunny for the beach, but you can also enjoy ideal holiday weather in spring and autumn. Weather conditions can fluctuate during the late autumn and winter, when it can be cloudy, with high humidity, some heavy rainfall and strong wind.
Despite the rich traditions, you will find that restaurants are becoming more inventive with their cuisine and that dishes make use of the delicious local products, such as sun-drenched lemons, plump and juicy olives and the wonderful natural salt plains in the south. It can be regarded as part of a wider Catalan cuisine since it shares many dishes and ingredients with Catalonia and the Valencian Community. Here follow a few of our recommendations for a few fantastic dining and bar experiences in:
Son Sant Joan Airport, Palma de Mallorca Airport is an international airport located 8km from Palma, capital of Mallorca adjacent to the village of Can Pastilla. The airport on the Balearic Islands is Spain's third-largest airport after Madrid–Barajas and Barcelona-El Prat.
The capital city of Palma is the main shopping hot spot on the island, but there are pockets all over Mallorca where you can spend many hours shopping and wandering around. You can enjoy the best and most varied shopping. A bonus of shopping in Palma is being amongst magnificent architecture along with great bars and charming cafes. The shops are for all tastes and price ranges including a good selection of luxury and designer boutiques. Most of them can be found in the capital. Shopping paradise if you wanna spend some time buying. There are a lot of options and you can find your favourite store. Here we have some options for you:
Fan Mallorca Shopping
Porto Pi Centro comercial
Mallorca Fashion Outlet
There are more than 200 beaches around Mallorca's beautiful coastline. Over 30 of these are designated as ‘Blue Flag’, which assures not just the water quality but the provision of bathroom facilities, lifeguards and other tourism services. Mallorca's beaches range from long stretches of golden sand sliding into shallow blue seas to quiet rocky coves with crystal clear waters. Many of the bigger beaches have been claimed by resorts but there are many more to discover off the beaten track. The north and south have the largest sandy beaches, whilst the east coast is filled with pretty little coves with sheltered turquoise seas. The west coast is famous for its rugged mountainous coastline, cliff edges dominate the landscape which means there are only a few small beaches to visit. Here's our guide to choosing your perfect beach in Mallorca:
Portals Nous Beach
Camp de Mar Beach
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