Mallorca or Majorca (Mallorca in Spanish) is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, which also includes the fashionable Ibiza, quiet and refined Formentera, Menorca and other minor islands.
Mallorca was the first island to be discovered by tourists and is now one of the main summer destination for Europeans.
Mallorca will fascinate not only for its beautiful beaches, such as El Arenal, Santa Ponsa and Can Pastilla. The capital, Palma, is rich in historical buildings such as the cathedral or the fortress dell'Almudeina and several villages that make up the island are full of wonders.
Not to mention that Mallorca is the ideal starting point to visit the other Balearic islands, especially near Minorca.
Majorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, and has been for years one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean. Majorca has recently changed its skin having turned from island to island package of pleasure.
Treasures from countless centuries have been completely modernized, and now you can enjoy the cultural heritage left by the Phoenicians, (the original inhabitants, famous for their skill with stone slings), nomads, pirates, Greeks, Romans , Maori, Venetians, French, Spanish and any other people who adored this green island.
Here you can live in ancient castles, farmhouses and restored palaces.
The Majorca today is a place made for luxury lovers, fans of culture and those who are truly life.
What to visit
Palma city is the capital of the island of the archipelago of the Balearic Islands. The city center was almost completely transformed into pedestrian zone and there you will find shops and boutiques. Moored in the harbor are moored yachts and luxury boats of fishermen.
From Ca'n Pastilla in El Arenal: about 8km sandy, with a pedestrian promenade lined with bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
Santa Ponsa, Paguera, Can Picafort, Costa de Los Pinos: places that are home to the hotels surrounded by pine forests and sandy beaches for a holiday full of nature and sea.