Among the ever lovable Balearic Islands, Mallorca is certainly an awesome destination when it comes to a peaceful romantic getaway, a crazy party holiday with the lads or ladettes, or you are looking for full-on family fun and adventure.
Where is Majorca?
Mallorca or Majorca is the largest of the Balearic islands located in the Mediterranean sea off the eastern coast of Spain. It features a diverse landscape of mountains, flat plains and seaside resorts. Despite the fact that the majority of travellers come for the sun, sea and sand there is an increasing attraction in the island's mountainous areas and fertile plains. The island is the perfect holiday detination whether you want to relax, go hiking or cycle your holiday away.
Where might I stay when on holiday in Majorca?
If you want to stay clear of the over-developed resorts that dominate parts of Majorca, then opt for a boutique hotel. Less stuffy and more cozy than regular hotels, yet with unobtrusive staff and service whenever you need it, a boutique Majorcan hotel is the idylic way to totally experience the island. Check out Palma on a day trip from Scott's Hotel, which is a wonderful boutique hotel set in an ancient wine-producing town off the principal tourist track.
Exactly what can I experience in Majorca?
Check out Palma for a truly multicultural perspective of Mallorca. Further afield, Mallorca brags a variety of remarkable towns, remote coves, as well as mountain range hikes which reward with sublime views.
Exactly how do I get about the Island of Mallorca?
There are lots of affordable flights from Europe to Majorca's principal city, Palma de Mallorca. There's a comprehensive coach network which ferries you from area to area. Alternatively, you could rent a vehicle to make sure that you can easily be in total control of your schedule. It's never too far from one town to another, so there's plenty of time for sight seeing however you decide to travel.