Mallorca (or Majorca) and the Balearic archipelago in Spain is a tourist destination that brings millions of people from all over the world. The largest island of the Balearic archipelago is Mallorca, which makes it a perfect destination for both people who seek relaxation and mysticism at every sunset on the island or people who want to enjoy the nightlife of the island.
In Mallorca you will find the hotel that best suits your needs. The island has a wide range of hotels to serve the wide variety of tourists. You can book a resort created for rest and relaxation that is also only for adults, hotels near the most emblematic places of the Mallorcan nightlife or even resorts created for the entertainment of the youngest of the families.
Every corner of the island is worth exploring but here we highlight the most emblematic ones.
Palma de Mallorca:
Palma de Mallorca is the capital of the Balearic islands, so a visit here is practically a must. Every corner of the capital is flooded with a coastal atmosphere; the fish market, the Borne neighborhoods and the fishermen, the cathedral are just a few charming places that house the capital. It is not surprising that having the fish market and such a fishing atmosphere, is the ideal place to sit in a restaurant to taste the best fish dishes.
The Caves of Artá and Drach:
There are so many hidden charms in Mallorca that even its underground offers impressive images. The key points are Manacor, to the east of Mallorca and in Capedera, in the northeastern part of the island.
You will be transported to another world, seeing those stalactites and stalagmites that abound in the cave landscape, leaving some precious changes of light. On the other hand, the Drach caves are considered one of the most beautiful in Spain, hence its popularity. The caves have a depth of 25 meters and a length of 1200 meters. They are home to Lake Martel, which is considered one of the main attractions of the caves as it is one of the largest underwater lakes on the European continent.
Beach or Mountain:
Mallorca is an island that has it all, from large beaches of fine white sand, hidden coves among which Cala Varques, Cala Mesquida (North of the island). La Cala Mondragó (East of the island) etc. What they all have in common is the peaceful Mediterranean water.
Although Mallorca has 208 beaches with very different characteristics, which are the main attraction of the island, not everything is about beaches and caves. The most adventurous people looking for natural and wild landscapes have to visit the Sierra de Tramuntana. It is located in the northwest of the island and has a height of 1436m in the Pico Puig Mayor. You can get on a tram to Puerto Soller and continue the excursion to Valldemossa are some of the most charming municipalities on the island.