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Explore Mallorca

From secluded coves to the scent of pine, history filled villages to glamorous seaside towns, Mallorca is filled with sights, sounds and scents that have magnetic appeal. Exuding natural beauty and Spanish charm, this is an island where you'll spend days on golden sandy beaches, exploring hillsides and medieval streets, and soaking up dazzling Mediterranean views.

The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca is also the most popular. The sheer variety of natural vistas, cultural corners and history-filled locales give it a beguiling appeal. You'll soon realise that there is no other island in Europe where you could roam from fertile plains to the almost alpine peaks of the Tramuntana mountains, and onward to the gently rolling hills of the Levante. All the while, this island landscape is sprinkled with villages that ooze Mediterranean charm, encased by an extraordinary coastline stretching over 300 miles.

You'll find Mallorca's variety and vibrancy is reflected in its incredible selection of resorts and hotels. Take your pick of sumptuous coastal resorts with access to private stretches of beach and the twinkling sea beyond. Or head inland a little to immerse yourself in restored historical properties in the heart of charismatic village communities. If you like a little more action, the capital of Palma is home to an array of elegant hotels and resorts, with the city's sights and seductive architecture all within easy reach.

Even if you don't stay there, Palma is a must-visit for many people who spend some time in Mallorca. This is where boutique and antique shops can be found in equal measure, fine dining establishments abound, and architecture that travels from Gothic to Arabic creates a magical feeling on the streets. Away from the capital, charming towns and villages adorned with orange and lemon trees will keep your Instagram grid busy! And from Roman ruins to one of the largest underground lakes in the world, you will find something with a little wow-factor each and every day.

When you are not busy discovering this melting pot of an island, you'll want to spend some time on the coast. Abundant beaches of golden sands await, while twists and turns of the coastline mean pretty coves and secluded bays are all ripe for discovery too. The food in Mallorca will more than sate your appetite if you're on a culinary journey. Delicacies from the sea are a focal point, with lobster ravioli, monkfish and sea bream all local favourites. But you can also expect succulent meats and plentiful tapas too, served in establishments as diverse as Michelin star restaurants, village square dining tables, and wine cellars.

When to visit
Easy to get to and with a temperate Mediterranean climate, people enjoy visiting Mallorca all year round. It is especially warm and sunny from March to November, and only a bit cooler between December and February.

From secluded coves to the scent of pine, history filled villages to glamorous seaside towns, Mallorca is filled with sights, sounds and scents that have magnetic appeal. Exuding natural beauty and Spanish charm, this is an island where you'll spend days on golden sandy beaches, exploring hillsides and medieval streets, and soaking up dazzling Mediterranean views.

The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca is also the most popular. The sheer variety of natural vistas, cultural corners and history-filled locales give it a beguiling appeal. You'll soon realise that there is no other island in Europe where you could roam from fertile plains to the almost alpine peaks of the Tramuntana mountains, and onward to the gently rolling hills of the Levante. All the while, this island landscape is sprinkled with villages that ooze Mediterranean charm, encased by an extraordinary coastline stretching over 300 miles.

You'll find Mallorca's variety and vibrancy is reflected in its incredible selection of resorts and hotels. Take your pick of sumptuous coastal resorts with access to private stretches of beach and the twinkling sea beyond. Or head inland a little to immerse yourself in restored historical properties in the heart of charismatic village communities. If you like a little more action, the capital of Palma is home to an array of elegant hotels and resorts, with the city's sights and seductive architecture all within easy reach.

Even if you don't stay there, Palma is a must-visit for many people who spend some time in Mallorca. This is where boutique and antique shops can be found in equal measure, fine dining establishments abound, and architecture that travels from Gothic to Arabic creates a magical feeling on the streets. Away from the capital, charming towns and villages adorned with orange and lemon trees will keep your Instagram grid busy! And from Roman ruins to one of the largest underground lakes in the world, you will find something with a little wow-factor each and every day.

When you are not busy discovering this melting pot of an island, you'll want to spend some time on the coast. Abundant beaches of golden sands await, while twists and turns of the coastline mean pretty coves and secluded bays are all ripe for discovery too. The food in Mallorca will more than sate your appetite if you're on a culinary journey. Delicacies from the sea are a focal point, with lobster ravioli, monkfish and sea bream all local favourites. But you can also expect succulent meats and plentiful tapas too, served in establishments as diverse as Michelin star restaurants, village square dining tables, and wine cellars.

When to visit
Easy to get to and with a temperate Mediterranean climate, people enjoy visiting Mallorca all year round. It is especially warm and sunny from March to November, and only a bit cooler between December and February.

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Destinations in Mallorca

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Puerto Pollensa

Illetas

Illetas

Palma

Palma

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Puerto de Soller

Cala San Vicente

Cala San Vicente

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Deya

Playa de Muro Beach

Playa de Muro

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Cala d'Or

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Port d'Andratx

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Puerto de Alcudia

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Port Adriano

Bendinat

Bendinat

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Soller

Costa de calma

Costa de la Calma

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Porto Petro

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Son Vida

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Costa d'en Blanes

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Cala Mayor

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Playa de Palma

Palma Nova

Palma Nova

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Paguera

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Portals Nous

Llucmajor

Llucmajor

Canyamel

Canyamel

Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa

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Colonia de Sant Jordi

Banyalbufar

Banyalbufar

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Camp de Mar

Featured Hotels

Secrets Mallorca Villamil Resort & Spa

Secrets Mallorca Villamil Resort & Spa

5 star

As one of the first Secrets Resorts & Spas in Europe, Secrets Mallorca Villamil Resort & Spa (formerly Hesperia Villamil) is perfect for those seeking a romantic and relaxing holiday.

Fontsanta Hotel Thermal Spa & Wellness

Fontsanta Hotel Thermal Spa & Wellness

5 Star Boutique

In a rural setting in the southeast of Mallorca with the natural salt marshes of Es Salobrar on the doorstep, the adult only Fontsanta Hotel Thermal Spa & Wellness occupies a former 19th century public thermal spa which has been beautifully transformed into a contemporary and sophisticated boutique hotel with its interior a wonderful blend of traditional and modern elements.

Illa D'or

Illa d'Or

4 star superior

Originally built as a summer residence during the Belle Epoque, the hotel first opened in 1929 and now boasts legendary status

Hotel Bon Sol

Hotel Bon Sol

4 Star Superior

Hotel Bon Sol is a favourite with Classic customers, many of whom return year after year to enjoy the comfort and high quality service offered by this popular hotel. To the Xamena family the hotel is not only their home, it has been their life for more than 50 years.

Special Offers in Mallorca

Hotel Miramar, Puerto Pollensa

Hotel Miramar

4 star

Honeymoon Offer

Es Port

Hotel Es Port

4 star

Honeymoon Offer

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Es Moli

4 star

Honeymoon Offer