Beach or mountains? Hiking, golf, water sports, cycling or just simply relaxing? Do you prefer the beach or the coves and cliffs? Small picturesque villages or exciting cities? In Mallorca you don't have to choose. This Mediterranean island has it all.

The luxury of simplicity

Welcome to the island of many small pleasures. If you’re visiting Mallorca, a good place to start discovering it is in the cosmopolitan capital, Palma. The city’s seafront promenade is spectacular. The majestic cathedral, Bellver Castle, the Lonja and the Almudaina Palace are just some of the many architectural treasures. Another great plan in Mallorca is touring all of the picturesque villages hidden in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Deià, Sóller, Pollença, Valldemossa or Banyalbufar are totally authentic villages where you can try the “ensaimadas”, the typical island pastries. Far away from the mountains, in the south of the island, Cala Figuera and Mondragó Natural Park are full of picture-postcard images. Admiring the sunrise in Playas de Muro or the sunset in Es Trenc are experiences you will never forget. Are you ready?

The currency used is the euro. Credit card payment is accepted in most places.
Two official languages are spoken on the island: Spanish and Mallorcan. People who serve the public in tourist areas usually speak English, German and/or French.
The island has numerous free public Wi-Fi hotspots. The quality of Internet access is good in hotels.
Winters are short and cold, and summers long, hot and not very rainy. The average temperature is 17⁰C. High levels of humidity increase the feeling of both heat and cold.

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