Mallorca

Mallorca is best known as a party island, but that’s not all the Balearic Island has to offer. Relaxing on the beach, sightseeing in the historic old towns and old ports of the small towns and hiking along the wild coast or in the hinterland – all this and much more is also possible on Mallorca.

Sun-drenched, golden beaches, spectacular mountain formations and extravagant night life - Mallorca will not leave any visitor disappointed. Each coastal region has its own charm and the interior of the island is home to ancient monasteries, unspoilt villages and...
Mallorca attracts around 150,000 cyclo-tourists each year – a market estimated to be worth approximately €150 million annually. The warm climate and the variety of routes, from demanding climbs to moderate terrain, mean cyclists of all levels can enjoy...
There are few places in the world that can offer travellers such a remarkable combination of stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, captivating cultural heritage and unique experiences within such a compact location as Mallorca. Mallorca is the largest of the...
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