An established holiday destination full of diversity with stunning scenery, luxury hotels, hip hideaways, superb marinas and first class restaurants.


An established holiday destination full of diversity with stunning scenery, luxury hotels, hip hideaways, superb marinas and first class restaurants.


An established holiday destination full of diversity with stunning scenery, luxury hotels, hip hideaways, superb marinas and first class restaurants.

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          Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, almost 80 kilometres in length, and boasts 550 kilometres of coastline. It is an island rich in history, with a large number of prehistoric monuments and a host of idyllic beaches stretching along its coast. This is an established holiday destination full of diversity with stunning scenery, luxury hotels, hip hideaways, superb marinas and first class restaurants. It was back in the 1960’s that the island welcomed its first overseas guests and nowadays Mallorca receives around 11 million visitors each year from all over the world.

          There is so much more to this island than the nightlife and bars that we so often hear about, this is a place of beauty where rocky coves and harbours punctuate the coastline. The fertile plain of Es Pla dominates the centre of the island and the north-west coast provides the spectacular Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, a beautiful region bursting with olive groves, pine forests, and honey-coloured villages. Almost 40% of the island is protected countryside and the pine clad slopes are perfect for hiking and cycling.

          For those keen to discover the original Mallorca then a visit to towns such as Felanitx and Petra is a must. Sundays at Felanitx are bursting with activity and local life due to the weekly farmers market where you will find colourful and aromatic displays of olives, artichokes, citrus fruits, and wild flowers. Petra is the ideal place to head with its tree-shaded squares and quiet cafes where you can mix with the locals enjoying home-made tapas and cafe con leche.

          This is an island full of unexpected surprises, from peaceful orange and lemon groves to the glamorous modern art galleries of the elegant capital city. Palma is a sophisticated city and the cultural centre of the island. The impressive gothic cathedral with its sea views and Gaudi interior dates back to the 13th century and from here you can continue to soak up the culture and head to the city’s historical old town with its maze of winding streets. Throughout the year there are festivals, concerts and exhibitions to be enjoyed as well as tours of the Almundaina Royal Palace and, the night life and restaurants in this captivating city are both numerous and sophisticated.

          Relaxation can of course be enjoyed in the Mediterranean sunshine on one of the many blue flag sandy beaches of the island. There are a plentiful supply of hidden coves and bays where you can escape the crowds and take to the clear, clean waters ideal for swimming and popular with water sports. Alternatively, relaxing afternoons on one of the eleven established and well-designed golf courses can be enjoyed with their scenic surroundings.

          The hotels featured in our Spanish collection are both situated above the captivating city of Palma and close to the upmarket marina resort of Puerto Portals. Puerto Portals is a resort similar to Monte Carlo with its glamorous shopping, an abundance of bars and eateries, flash yachts, and the latest sports cars you could wish to find. Similarly a day out to Port d’Andratx takes you to another world where dressing up is a necessity more than an option! This is the classiest of the resorts on the island and home to many a film star as well as the yachting fraternity. Andratx is a beautiful little town with a pretty little waterfront and a good number of cafes where you can sit back and watch the life of the rich and famous pass you by! Alternatively, head to the much loved town of Deia once again popular with the celebrities and nowadays a millionaires haven but, in years gone by this was a poet and artists retreat full of creativity and scenic beauty.

          Firm favourites with most visiting this pretty island have to be taking the old wooden rickety train from Palma across to Soller allowing you to step back in time as you rattle through the almond, lemon and orange groves on a journey where time stood still. And lastly, the much loved Caves of Drach, provide an impressive and dramatic discovery bursting with stalactites and stalagmites and little pockets of lakes where in the deep and silent darkness of the caves glides a small rowing boat complete with musicians, there to provide a spine tingling classical performance of some of Mozart’s finest work enhanced by the magnificent acoustics in such a unique setting.

          Discovering this majestic island with its endless hidden gems, bountiful coves, historical sites, and picturesque villages appeals to all tastes and age groups and won’t fail to disappoint.

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          The climate of Majorca is a Mediterranean climate, with mild and stormy winters and hot, bright summers. Summers are hot in the plains and winters are mild to cool, getting colder in the Tramuntana mountain range where, on occasions, it has been known to snow!


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          The island of Mallorca is served by the Son Sant Joan International airport, which is just 8km from the city centre of Palma.


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