Majorca Travel Information

The beautiful island of Majorca is encircled by the Mediterranean sea. Travelers have been visiting there in increasing numbers since the 1960s. German and English tourists in particular love to travel to Majorca. The climate guarantees mild winters and hot summers, so it is perfect for holidays and holidays. The tourist industry has exploded over the past decade, leading to the development of numerous bars, hotels, and restaurants in Majorca. Whatever you seek, you can find it during your holiday a Majorca.

The capital of Majorca is Palma, located on the island’s western coast. The international airport, Son Satin Joan Airport, is situated just eight kilometers from the capital. If flying from the United Kingdom, the flight is just over two hours. A large percentage of the locals speak English due to the island’s status as a tourist destination, though the official languages are Spanish and Catalan.

Majorca is extremely diverse, offering a different experience no matter which corner of the island you are visiting. Try to give yourself as much time as possible to discover the great variety to be explored. The East abounds with amazing beaches and caves; the North East is home to a great deal of the island’s history; the North West is full of sleepy villages and scenic mountain views; the South boasts the tourist hub of hotels and other accommodations. If you only have a week on this beautiful island, renting a car would be a good investment. It will allow you to see as much of the island as possible – from its peaceful mountains to the beautiful beaches.

Majorca is a place where people know how to love life. You will be able to find just about anything there to keep you busy. You can sunbathe along the pristine beaches, go shopping in the afternoon and visit the local nightclubs in the evening after an exceptional dinner. There are plenty of activities as well such as hiking, biking, golf, and many other outdoor activities which will keep you busy and let you enjoy the outdoors. You can also catch horse racing, cricket and football (soccer). Majorca is also famous for its many fiestas and carnivals that are held many times a year. So there is always something entertaining going on.

Majorca is an island which will please the senses, no matter your age. This is a great place to visit is you just want to have an island getaway, but it also a great place to take your kids and have a ball. There are so many different activities to do that you should never find yourself bored or disappointed in the scenery. Whether you are looking for an exciting nightlife in the southern most parts of the island or if you are looking for peace and tranquility to the north, Majorca has something for everyone.

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