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Mallorca

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Mallorca Life

With crystal blue waters, blinding white sands and mesmerizing greenery, Mallorca is a must see destination.

THE AREA

Mallroca has many luxurious Villas, restaurants, shops, hotels, and bars. Visitors will find a diverse range of activities and places to explore in the surrounding area.

RESTAURANTS

The city has a wealth of restaurants. Going by the nature of Spain, you will find some interesting options. Mallorcan cuisine is based on pork, fish and vegetables with a generous use of garlic and olive oil.

NIGHTCLUBS AND BARS

Palma offers something for everyone when it comes to nightlife. Around the Old Town, La Llonja and Santa Catalina you will find the liveliest places. In the summertime, you can't miss the buzz from the Paseo Marítimo down by the marine, with music screaming out from the long stretch of bars and crowds of people overflowing onto the streets.

Summer Activities

The best time to visit Mallorca is from March to May, when temperatures aren't soaring and are still in the 60s and 70s and the crowds of tourists haven't yet arrived on the island.

BEACH PARADISE

Famous for the pristine quality of its beaches, clean white sand dazzling in the Mediterranean sunshine, while its twinkling blue waters beckon swimmers and sailors from all over the world. Popular things to do on the beach include diving and snorkeling, boat trips, yacht cruises and relaxing. Discover the green wetlands and mountain ranges, visit attractions like the Llevant Peninsula Nature Reserve to get some impressive rocky terrain, and take a journey to S’Albufera Natural Park to go birdwatching.

Events

SUMMER EVENTS

The summer months in Mallorca are packed with events. The festival in Can Picafort from the 2nd to the 18th of August, a festival full of events, competitions and traditions to enjoy with family and friends and an opportunity to combine a holiday with a chance to experience something unique and unforgettable. There are never ending things to in Mallorca.

Travel to Mallorca

AIRPORTS

The majority of the European countries offer direct flights to the capital Palma de Majorca, to the Son Sant Joan airport located at 8 km from the city.

TRANSFERS

We can arrange for a mini bus, taxi, or chauffeur-driven service from airport to your luxury villa in Mallorca.

SELF-DRIVING

Most of our properties in Mallorca offer private parking and otherwise we can make arrangements for your vehicle to be safely stored while you enjoy your stay.

FERRY

Journey by ferry, many transportation companies offer different kinds of cruising services, which tie the most important cities in Spain to Mallorca. So, in about 3 hours you can get by boat from Barcelona or Valencia to the Balearic Islands (Mallorca included). The ferries are very modern looking, giving luxury and safety to those who choose in a journey by ferry.

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