What do you know about Mallorca?
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and possibly the most popular with tourists from Germany, the UK, France, Scandinavia and from the Spanish mainland. A destination that offers a great variety of activities and experiences to enjoy during your stay such as watersports, diving, sailing, hiking, horse-riding, cycling or golf.
The entire island of Majorca has something to offer, from extensive beaches and many beautiful coves to charming towns and natural heritage sites, something for everyone.
Amongst the stunning natural parks and reserves in of Majorca it is worth highlighting the Tramuntana mountain range, the Mondragó nature reserve and those of S'Albufera and Levante, the island of Dragonera or the Cabrera Archipelago.
When talking about prime destinations for sun, sea and sand, we have to recommend Calas de Mallorca, Santa Ponsa, Palmanova, Cala Viñas, Cala San Vicente, Sa Coma, Cala Bona or Puerto de Alcudia for relaxing or fun-filled holidays. All are prime resorts where nature, gastronomy, culture, daytime and evening activities, sports, a pleasant climate and beautiful scenery contribute to ensuring an unforgettable holiday.