Visiting Mallorca

(Mallorca, Spain)

Mallorca is one of Spain's popular Balearic Islands and stands alongside the Mediterranean Sea. The island of Mallorca is close to the north-eastern side of Spain and visited by large numbers of tourists each year, who arrive to take advantage of the glorious sandy beaches, water sports, beautiful scenery and limitless fine dining.

A stunning holiday destination, Mallorca welcomes visitors and enjoys its reputation as a true island paradise. Majorca holidays have been popular since travel agents invented cheap package deals, with the sunny summer weather and extremely mild winters drawing visitors throughout the year.

Visiting Mallorca: Places to Visit

  • Walking tours of Mallorca, led be friendly local guides and offering an insight into many of the island's historic attractions and buildings
  • Mallorca caves, with more than 200 caverns, many of which house underground lakes, huge rock formations and occasional concerts
  • Placa Major, a bustling public square dating back to the 19th-century and surrounded by place to eat and speciality stores
  • Aquacity, a popular Mallorca water park located in S'Arsenal resort, with fast slides, large swimming pools and plenty of family attractions
  • Marineland, the only theme park in the Balearic islands which features dolphins and sea lions, with regular shows, an important collection of sharks and an impressive marine breeding program
  • Mallorca Harbour Front, a bustling part of the island with views of La Seu Cathedral and full of yachts and boats in all shapes and sizes
  • Placa d'Espanya, without doubt the hub of Mallorca's impressive transport network, with good bus and rail connections to much of the island
  • Castell de Bellver, a magnificent Gothic-style located atop a hill in Palma de Mallorca, and offering impressive views across the bay
  • Valldemossa Monastery, a 13th-century palace which is now home to a particularly grand monastery and Mallorca's popular Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Palau de l'Almudaina, a 14th-century royal residence which incorporated parts of an ancient Arab fortress, featuring a Gothic-style facade, a lavish interior and regular guided tours
  • Palau Episcopal, the island's Bishop's Palace, home to a spacious courtyard and the Museu Diocesa (Diocese Museum)
  • Parc Natural de l'Albufera, an impressive nature reserve containing large numbers of waterfowl, including flamingos and herons, together with scenic walking trails

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