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Spanish Balearic Islands is a region made up of five islands in the turquoise sea off Spain's eastern coast, where the capital is Palma de Mallorca. Despite the geographical proximity of the islands have very different personalities. Majorca is a favorite of many, but it still requires many trips there to discover the diversity of this island offers.

Mallorca is the largest Spanish island, and it is located approximately 170 kilometers away from Barcelona in the mainland. The captivating Mediterranean island is filled with unimaginable wonders. Delve into this wonderful Island this summer and leave your worries about accommodation and flights. Book cheap all inclusive holidays to Majorca and after finding the best deal which is pocket-friendly and affordable.

Unwind around Majorca and let go of all the concerns. There is no place like Majorca when it comes to gorgeous beaches and spellbinding landscape. Majorca has always been under the tourism radar. Tourists started visiting the Island during the roaring 1920s. Indeed, mass tourism began in the 1950s. This beautiful Spanish Balearic Island has found its place in the hearts of artists and writers.

In fact Robert Graves the famous English poet made it his permanent abode. The glamour actresses of yesteryear's Elizabeth Taylor, and Audrey Hepburn have graced the island with their glamour. Pure white sand, turquoise water and 550 kilometers of coast, this scenic island offers plenty of sights and beautiful bays made for long days on the beach.

The official languages of Mallorca are Spanish and Catalan. With a population of 859.000 people, Mallorca isn’t hugely inhabited, but it does receive millions of tourists every year. Most of them are arriving by plane from Northern European countries.

The main reason for going to Mallorca has always been the wonderful weather. It hardly ever rains in the summer, and the winters are mild compared to mainland Europe. Furthermore, Mallorca has a nice airport with many connections, and it is usually possible to get cheap tickets.

The Mediterranean island of Mallorca is the largest of all the Balearic Isles. It attracts tourists all year around and has a strong reputation as a holiday paradise. The island offers a bit of everything: Great beaches, nice weather, tasty restaurants and unique activities.

This most favourite place of Germans outside Germany is the island of Mallorca in Spain! It’s so German that one can enter almost any restaurant and start conversation in German even though it lies about 1000 kms away from Germany. Menus kept outside restaurants in German are a common sight.

Most Germans have probably already been here. Hence, they do not go there for new experiences but to soak sun and have some fun with family, without having to leave german environment. A colleague once told, his father used to fly there every 2nd weekend. So favourite is this destination for average Germans. Mallorca's immense popularity with Germans has jokingly earned it the title of 17th Bundesland (state) of Germany.

things to do in Mallorca

Here are all the best things to do in Mallorca.

1. Alcudia

Most tourists come to Mallorca because of the beaches. In many ways, it’s the perfect place to go if you need a calm vacation and if you want to enjoy the sun. The northern part of the island arguably has the best beaches - including Playa de Alcúdia (a popular family beach) and Cala Formentor (the most beautiful beach on the island). However, the most popular ones are located close to Palma in the southwest and are easily accessible.

2. Alcudia

Discover the ancient ruins of the Roman era. Besides, being a picture-perfect Island, Majorca can generate interest in ancient history. There is an extremely well preserved Roman forum and theater.

Alcudia is a family favorite in the Spanish sun, with shallow, soft beaches and several concept hotels. Swimming school, kids club and both KIT and Les Mills fitness classes are on the menu. You can find the same range in quiet Cala Bona on the east side. There are bars and restaurants close to most of the beaches, usually providing great food for little money.

Some of the beaches have clubs that allow you to take part in certain watersports. You can also go diving in Mallorca, something that is always fun to try. Stroll around the picturesque beaches to make your day. The surroundings are quite refreshing. Relax and unwind around the balmy beaches. The beaches remain environmentally friendly and well conserved. There is indeed no place like a beach around this azure Mediterranean Sea.

3. Cala Mesquida

Cala Mesquida beach is full of sand dunes and scattered with rocks. A dream place for nature lovers and the landscape is sprinkled with pine trees and greenery. The diversity is indeed amazing; besides humans, a huge Seagulls colony is around for company. Savor the beauty on a horseback – ride through the bay.

4. S'Illot

Discover the untamed crystal clear S'Illot beach. Also, there is a specific spot for water sports enthusiasts. A little bit of history would make this trip intriguing. Visit the archaeological site of Talayotic community, which is in fact in proximity to the beach. A favorable atmosphere for a tranquil experience.

5. Campos

Head towards Es Trenc beach. Find a spot to relax and immerse under the sunny weather. Indeed Mediterranean weather is quite friendly for those seeking a balmy holiday in Spain. The average temperature fluctuates around 20 to 25 Degrees. With nearly 300 days of sunshine, there is indeed plenty of warmth to soak up.

6. Palma

Palma is the largest city on the island, and it has a lot to offer. It’s a historic city that was founded by the Romans approximately two thousand years ago. Now it is inhabited by the Spaniards, and it has fewer tourists than you would expect. Most tourists stick to the beach areas, so it’s a nice breath of fresh air to go into the city of Palma.

Mallorca is full of luxury resorts, so it is the ideal destination for anyone interested in a calm vacation by the beach. But there is a lot more to do than just leaning back and relax. For example, you can also visit the historic city of Palma - or discover the mountain ranges further inland. Here you will find lots of turquoise bays with child-friendly beaches as long as up to 14 km.

Eat your way through Palma's delicious cafes, visiting water parks, a vineyard or go from village to village in the Serra de Tramuntana.

Art lovers can flock to Museu Fundació Juan. The glorious collections include that of Pablo Picasso and the legendary Salvador Dali. The grandeur and history of Castell de Bellver is quite significant to Spain. There is plenty of history pertaining to the Spanish Civil war.

The highlight of the city is the popular food market, Santa Catalina. It's the oldest on the island, and it has all kinds of food. You'll find everything from fruits to seafood. The products are great, but the atmosphere is the best thing about the marketplace.

7. Valldemosa

Are you in Mallorca but don't know where to go nearby after sunbathing and partying? Valldemosa is a small village located to the north of Mallorca which is nestled in the mountains. There are two mountain ranges on the island of Mallorca: Serra de Tramuntana and Serres de Llevant. The highest peak is 1,445 meters.

But there are also many smaller hills in Mallorca, usually located in the northern parts, but found throughout the island. These landscapes are beautiful and ideal for hiking. So if you’re looking for an active trip, the mountains in Mallorca should definitely be appealing enough. But be sure to bring the right equipment if you're looking for this type of vacation!

8. Visit the caves of Porto Cristo

Mallorca has over 200 underground cave systems. However, only a few of them can actually be visited, and it is required that you go with an official guide. But it is quite an experience, since many of these caves are spectacular. The best example is Cuevas del Drach, also known as the Dragon Caves in English. If not admire the stunning beauty and mystical natural world of the Drach Caves.

Take a look of the underground sparkling lake. The mystery would remain in your mind forever. Discovered in the late 1800s and containing Lake Martel (the largest underground water body in all of Europe), it is a very unique sight. When you go down there, you can actually sail around on the lake. A tour in Cuevas del Drach will usually take around an hour.

9. Canyamel

A solid alternative is Cuevas de Artá, another impressive cave, although not as famous as the Dragon Caves. If you have enough time, it is recommendable to visit both of these.

10. Illetes

In Ibiza, you have bohemian vibe and only a 30-minute ferry ride from Ibiza is the tranquil island of Formentera, known as the Spanish Caribbean with Europe's finest beach Playa Illetes. Only 40 minutes by boat from Mallorca's south coast, visit the island and the National Park Cabrera - Balearic smallest island with only 20 inhabitants? Only 200 people will visit the protected natural area per day, so make sure you book a place in advance!

When the temperature rises, and Europe is in bloom, then it's time to feel the spring. Ibiza, the island is perfect for a friendly trip, whether you want to focus on relaxation, yoga or sip refreshing drinks at sunset.

Once a haven for bohemians and hippies. Even today, living the heedless life on - especially on the north side of the island. Discover the beaches, coves, sleepy villages and hippie market Punta Arabi. Ibiza is a smaller island that is somewhat close to Mallorca. For 39 euros you can take the ferry Balearica and enjoy the trip between the islands.

It gives you the opportunity to experience the fresh air of the open Mediterranean Sea. The trip will take approximately two hours if you take the fastest ferry, and upon arriving in Ibiza, you’ll have several other things to do. You can go out to the clubs and enjoy the crazy nightlife, or you can simply visit the inner parts of the island which contain beautiful natural sights.

In fact, Ibiza is on the UNESCO World Heritage list due to its biologically diverse nature. Many tourists have trouble deciding if they should go to Mallorca or Ibiza, but why not just go for both: Especially since they are not that far apart!

11. Magaluf

The majestic peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains are worth exploring. Indeed, UNESCO has considered it as a fascinating heritage site. Jardines d'Alfàbia is a picturesque garden in the midst of Serra de Tramuntana. There is, in fact, a reminiscence of the Moorish style in its architecture.

Go on a holiday in Mallorca this summer.
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