When should I go
It has the typical Mediterranean climate: warm in summer and cold in winter. In order to fully enjoy the climate, it is best to organize your trip between the months of May and October, an ideal time to swim in the sea, relax and enjoy the sun.
The best of Mallorca
Cathedral of Santa María
Located in the old part of the city, it is an example of Gothic Mediterranean architecture. It is the most emblematic and faith monument of the whole island for the Mallorcans, in fact, it is only open during hours of worship. Inside, it is worth highlighting the Puerta del Mirador, the Trinity Chapel and the Gothic Museum.
Castle built in the 14th century that rises in the Bay of Palma, amidst a pine forest, is a fortification of Catalan Gothic style. It houses the History Museum of the city of Palma and a majestic central courtyard surrounded by four cylindrical towers.
Mallorca holds numerous treasures underground, the island has impressive caves that make up true paradises.
We can visit the "Coves del Drach, and dels Hams" in Manacor; those of the Campanet, in the village of the same name and those of Artà in the "Cap Vermell", in Capdepera.
Port of Sóller
This port is a point of reference in the Mediterranean for its approach to the nautical world in terms of import and export and for its history, derived from a pirate invasion that leads to a victory marked in Mallorcan history.
A combination of sea and mountain that has been protected to preserve its charm and beauty.
Can Pastilla Beach
Fine sandy beach and crystal clear water, linked to Playa del Arenal, Cala Major, Cala Estancia, Playa Formentor, and Es Trenc. Enjoy the tranquility, the sound of the sea and the sun hiding behind the port. Undoubtedly, relaxing on a beach is one of the things you have to do in Mallorca.
Valldemossa is located in the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range. Ideal mountain range for hiking and hiking thanks to its pleasant climate.
Popular excursions in the surroundings
A unique natural oasis, an authentic paradise bathed by the Mediterranean Sea that seduces by its harmony and diversity. With very varied coasts: reddish beaches to the north and coves of golden sand to the south... but always with the same common denominator, clean and crystalline waters. In them you can practice sailing, windsurfing... and of course, diving. Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO for its ecological and landscape richness.
Its charm lies in being known as "the unknown island of the Balearic Islands", only half an hour by boat from the south of Mallorca, can only be reached by boat or swimming... (10 km). This island is a jewel for its coastal landscape, there are no hotels or restaurants to not alter its natural beauty, the best preserved in Spain with more than 500 species of plants and 950 marine animals.
Biodiversity and culture is how UNESCO describes this complex, considered an excellent example of the interaction between coastal and marine ecosystems, adding the importance of its history, especially during Phoenician, Carthaginian and Renaissance periods. Nature, culture and a lot of fun await you in Ibiza, day and night... let yourself be captured by its special magic.
It's different, I might even define it as bipolar. It has many worlds in it, and that's just one part of what makes it special: during the day it's light, color, peace, serenity, and at night it's noise, music, and unbridled. Known for its beaches, many times compared to those of the Caribbean, its fame honors the reality: beaches of white and very fine sand with clear and transparent waters with unimaginable turquoise blue tones.