Mallorca Island Travel Guides

Mallorca Island spotlight

A Mallorca travel guide – sandy beaches, karst mountains and ochre-hued villages clinging to clifftops

Whether you seek solitude on a pine-fringed bay or a resort pulsating with party spirit, there’s a Mallorca hotel to suit. Book a Mallorca holiday to discover an island where limestone pinnacles, hilltop villages and miles of citrus groves tumble down to the Mediterranean Sea.

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Where to stay in Mallorca – a neighborhood guide

Whether it’s idyllic hilltop retreats, bustling beachside resorts or cosy boutique hotels, Mallorca has enough choice to suit every taste and budget. The beauty of this small island is that it lends itself perfectly for visitors to see its varied range of landscapes all in one day. From morning dips in the crystal waters of Alcúdia Bay, to hiking in the breathtaking Tramuntana Mountains, finding somewhere to stay isn’t difficult, but choosing one might be!

Mallorca shopping guide – where to shop and what to buy

Tree-lined promenades, appealing boutiques and vibrant market stalls are just some of the charming areas you can peruse for gifts and goods. Whether it’s authentic, hand-made crafts, embroidered linens, or popular designer brands, Mallorcan shopping caters for the most enthusiastic shopaholics.

Where to eat in Mallorca – a food and dining guide

From Botifarrons to Bunyols and everything in-between, Mallorca’s array of authentic produce ensures you won’t go hungry. Proud to display their locally grown ingredients, olive oil and garlic, are a mainstay in most pork, fish and vegetable dishes, providing a warm and hearty flavor, mimicking that of the Mediterranean climate. With influence from their Spanish neighbours and traditional recipes, Mallorcan dining is sure to leave tongues salivating.

What to see and do in Mallorca – a guide to notable attractions and landmarks

Steeped in history, without being afraid to embrace the new, this gem, shining in the Med, guarantees entertainment for those looking for both traditional and more contemporary experiences. Whether it’s celeb spotting in Deia, hitting the strip in Magaluf, or chilling out on one of many stunning beaches, Mallorca caters for all tastes.

An island guide to Mallorca – breathtaking beaches, energetic nightlife and a rich history

Shimmering off the coast of Spain, Mallorca offers a unique blend of stunning sandstone architecture, charming tree-lined promenades and a vast array of spectacular crystal clear coastlines. A long-standing favorite among European tourists, Mallorca hosts an eclectic mix of old and new, enough to satisfy even the most demanding of traveler.

A Balearic Islands travel guide - Moorish villages, upbeat nightlife and beaches by the Mediterranean

Tailor Balearic Island holidays to suit your style - whether it's grooving with Ibiza's party-mad crowd, relaxing on Formentera's silky beaches or hiking Mallorca's Tramuntana mountains. Book a Balearic Island break for an experience of cultured cities and market-fresh cuisine that linger long after the tan has faded.

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