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Visiting Mallorca • Spain Travel Adventures
The beautiful island of Mallorca is renowned for its stunning beaches, sunshine and culture.
The largest of the Baleriac islands, Mallorca is extremely popular holiday destination with the majority of its visitors coming from Northern Europe. Mallorca enjoys a Mediterranean climate with a year-round average temperature of 21°C and an average of more than 300 days of sunshine throughout the year.
For an Island its suprising that its international airport, Palma De Mallorca, is one of the busiest in Spain! Options for travel from palma airport include taxis, transfer companies, buses or car hire companies making it relatively easy to reach your destination.
Whether you are planning a relaxing beachside holiday or escaping for an adventure, Mallorca does have it all.
There's a wealth of hotels, hostels, b&bs, villas and apartments to be found, with options for both the budget or luxury traveller.
With 208 beaches on the island you can take your pick of which one to choose. The island offers plenty of actvities such as scuba diving, hiking, quad biking, canyoning and sea kayaking to name a few.
Visit some of the islands historical and cultural sights such as Palma's Le Seu Cathedral, an enormous sandstone structure dating back to the 13th century.
Palma, the capital of the Island is where the majority of expats live. It is a lively hub with a superb selection of cafes and restaurants.
When is the best time to visit? Summertime begins in June and the temperature and holidays prices begin to rise steadily throughout the months until the end of September. The springtimes months of March, April and May along with the month of October generally enjoy a mild climate. November to February is officially winter, and many hotels and restaurants close down during this period.
This is just a taste of what Mallorca has to offer. The best way to experience life on Mallorca is to come visit!