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Mesmerising Mallorca

Mallorca is the largest and probably the most famous of the Balearic Islands, and famous for good reason. While known primarily as a Mediterranean beach holiday destination, that is just the beginning – so discover what this fantastic island can do for you.

A truly multi-faceted destination, there is something for everyone to enjoy. From perfect family resorts and adventure along its southwestern coastline, to vibrant but intimate city breaks in the beautiful capital city, Palma. Residents of the city are altering the world’s perception of Mallorca from a tourist trap to a chic and cosmopolitan island. Expect to see plenty of trendy wine bars and gourmet tapas restaurants taking over from tacky pubs and English-themed cafés. Inland, you’ll find age-old vineyards plying their wares and pine forests teeming with hikers walking in the cooling breeze. And of course, the stunning Serra de Tramuntana, a rugged stretch of limestone peaks, whose bluffs and crags have been the inspiration to many artists. Book a flight to Mallorca to see it for yourself.

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Explore the different areas of Mallorca

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Palma.

Palma

Palma is the largest city of the Balearic Islands, with cosmopolitan and sophisticated residents taking the city into a new age. Cool wine bars, hip new restaurants and a late night culture make Palma enticing to fans of city breaks. Add to this modern cultural highlights and contemporary art galleries, and you have a city destined for change. For a local feel head into the area east of Placa Major, where the young Palmarites hang out, for independent bars and an atmosphere not unlike Barcelona’s eclectic charm.

Palma’s Old Town.

Palma’s Old Town

Stay at the enchanting Sant Francesc Hotel Singular, overlooking the stunning Le Seu (Cathedral), to enjoy fully the charm of Palma’s Old Town. The streets here are narrow and shaded, dotted with quaint cafés and upmarket shops. Escape the midday sun on the leafy thoroughfare Passeig des Born, grab a glass of wine and enjoy people watching. Don’t miss a trip to the beautiful Parc de la Mar just opposite the Cathedral, or wander over to the Parque de la Feixina next to the Es Baluard Museum of Modern Art.

Cala d’Or.

Cala d’Or

The east coast resort of Cala d’Or, like many of the island’s resorts, evolved from a small fishing village. Now you will find a bustling and popular resort, which has kept its Mallorcan charm and has a sophisticated collection of bars and restaurants. The picturesque turquoise waters of its seven sandy calas (coves) are perfect for swimming and watersports, becoming sun-traps in the afternoon sun. Stay at the nearby Gavimar Ariel Chico Club & Resort for an affordable break on this stunning coast.

Sierra del Tramuntana.

Sierra del Tramuntana

The spectacular Sierra del Tramuntana mountain range dominates the northern coastline of Mallorca, with its jagged and spiny limestone peaks jutting into the sky. Village communities sit nestled in valleys and along the coastal promontories – Valldemossa, Deià and Sóller make up three of the major villages in the range. Valldemossa is known for its spectacular views and quaint atmosphere, while Deià is great for traditional restaurants and the Belmond Residencia, a beautiful former stately home. Head to Sóller for hiking and the Iglesia Parroquial de Sant Bartomeu church, created by one of Gaudi’s students.

Pollença and Puerto Pollença.

Pollença and Puerto Pollença

On the opposite side of the island to Palma, you will find the beautiful town of Pollença. Like a lot of towns in Mallorca, it was built inland to protect it from invading seafaring marauders. Surrounded by stunning scenery, the village is a great area to start exploring the northern coastline. Just four miles down the road you will find Puerto Pollença, an impressive resort town perfect for family holidays with a spectacular beach and lively marina. Dine on the freshly caught fish and seafood at the local seafront restaurants, you will not be disappointed.

Formentor.

Formentor

On the northernmost tip of the island you will find the stunning natural landscapes of the Formentor Peninsula. With its winding road jutting out above the ocean 400 metres below, it is not for the fainthearted, but the views alone are worth the journey. The famous Barcelo Formentor hotel has been a home away from home for the rich and famous since 1929, including Charlie Chaplin. Its beautiful gardens overlook one of the best beaches in the Mediterranean, which was once private, but is now open to the masses.

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Prepare for the weather before your Palma holiday

Températures moyennes saisonnières°C/°F
  • 12°Janv.
  • 12°Fév
  • 13°Mars
  • 16°Avr
  • 19°Mai
  • 23°Juin
  • 25°Juil
  • 25°Août
  • 23°Sept
  • 19°Oct
  • 16°Nov
  • 14°Déc
Moyenne des précipitations mensuelles (mm)
  • 114
  • 81
  • 66
  • 28
  • 14
  • 4
  • 1
  • 1
  • 13
  • 61
  • 69
  • 102
Moyenne de l'ensoleillement journalier (heures)
  • 7
  • 7
  • 9
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 13
  • 11
  • 9
  • 8
  • 6

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