The largest island of Spain’s Balearics is the hottest destination of tourists from Germany and the United Kingdom. Caressed with the Mediterranean climate, Majorca enjoys friendly year-round weather and wonderful days of sunshine. With the human settlements date back to the Neolithic period, Majorca is ruled by Phoenicians, Romans, and Carthaginians. However, the Moors made Mallorca prosperous by developing agriculture and industries. Go on Majorca Holidays to marvel at the captivating coastline studded with shimmering beaches and secluded coves. Further, the magnificent Tramuntana Mountains, Moorish, and medieval remains will fancy anyone to get on a getaway to Majorca. Whether you visit with family, friends or go on a solo trip, Majorca offers plenty of holiday experiences to one and all. Furthermore, the underwater lake in the Darch caves and the shopping in the lanes of Alcudia make Majorca a fabulous destination.
Palma de Mallorca
The vibrant and intriguing Palam de Mallorca is the capital of Majorca as well as the Balearic Islands. Completed in 1601, the Gothic Building of Catedral de Mallorca stands tall in the center of the city. Indeed, this massive castle is an architecture marvel that attracts millions on Holidays in Majorca. However, the Belver Castle with a unique circular shape and Palau de l’Almudaina palace with stunning Gothic architecture are other prime attractions in Palma. Known as the golden mile and surrounded by high rise trees, Paseo del Borne is the prominent shopping street in Majorca. Here, take a stroll along the street to buy a few souvenirs from the shops. And, rest in the shades of trees, by observing how life goes on in Majorca. Finally, walk around the very narrow street of Via Veri, to observe the old palaces, boutique shops, and art galleries.
Beaches in Majorca
Majorca’s amazing coastline is dotted with over 250 spectacular beaches that attract millions year after year. And also, there are a variety of beaches ranging from family-friendly sandy beaches to adventure-seeking rocky bays. Surrounded by beautiful pine trees and magnificent mountains, Capdepera is a perfect beach to hit on for a swim and try even water sports. Located 80 KM away from Palma, this beach is in close proximity to Cala Mesquida and Cala Molto beaches. The naturists flock to Cala Molto to enjoy the exquisite views of nature and sea. Located at the south tip of the island, Portals Vells is a peaceful cove to snorkel and swim. And also, a great place to explore the nearby beaches on Majorca Beach Holidays.
Tramuntana Mountain Range
Serra de Tramuntana is the magnificent mountain range located on the northwest coast of Majorca. This 90 km long and 15 km wide mountain range provides spectacular trails and splendid views of the sea below in Majorca. Declared as UNESCO heritage site, Serra de Tramuntana is covered with verdant vines, olive trees, almond trees, and oranges. Here, discover the wonderful windmills, water mills and hidden stone buildings by trekking and hiking the mountain trails. Furthermore, explore the mountainous villages in Tramuntana, by taking picture-perfect snaps of the colorful landscape and snow-capped cliffs in winters. Finally, visit the 17th century Church and enjoy the panoramic views from the highest village ‘Galilea’ on Holidays to Majorca.
Majorca is not just an ideal destination to hop on the beaches and enjoy the landscapes. But, Majorca is also an ideal destination to taste delicious food and enjoy the sips of tastiest wines. The rich tastes of fresh vegetables grown on its lush green landscape, olives, herbs, fresh fish and meat go into the gastronomy of Majorca. Prepared from a special breed of pig, Sobrasada is the typical cheese product of Majorcan gastronomy. Finally, vegetarians should try the Tumbets and non-vegetarians should never miss the broth of snails in Majorca.
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