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Step back in time on the mountainous island of Mallorca by exploring ancient, terraced landscapes with endless twisted lines of olive trees, tiny medieval villages and extraordinary food and wine.

Step back in time on the mountainous island of Mallorca by exploring ancient, terraced landscapes with endless twisted lines of olive trees, tiny medieval villages and extraordinary food and wine.

Mallorca is not only an island of great wealth, but is also an island of immaculate beauty. Cool off in the crystal clear waters at any of the 200 beaches set on Mallorca’s coastline.

The largest of the Balearic islands off the mainland of Spain, Mallorca has proven to be a consistent favorite among travelers from all over the world attracting more than 10 million visitors a year.

This legendary island is known for its great wealth with the highest per capita level of disposable income in Spain, but Mallorca’s sunny personality is what truly makes it rich. From ravishing beaches to azure views, remote mountains and soulful hill towns, it’s a paradise for the curious and adventurous.

Each year as tourism continues to grow, Mallorca remains a top destination for all nationalities, offering a wide range of attractions to suit all tastes. This magical island has attracted artists, writers, poets and creatives from around the world, many who still own homes on the island today.

With an immersive bohemian feel to Mallorca, beauty and relaxation is found all around the island. Composers including Chopin and Andrew Lloyd Webber, authors Anaïs Nin and DH Lawrence and artist Joan Miró – who spent much of his life in his studio on the edge of Palma – all found inspiration in the island’s extraordinary beauty.

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Relax while admiring the natural beauty that is Mallorca.

Palma’s vast cathedral, La Seu in Catalan, is without a doubt the city’s best architectural landmark and should be a ‘must do’ while exploring Mallorca. Designed by Antoni Gaudí and renowned contemporary artist Miquel Barceló, its sheer scale is breathtaking. There is beauty at every turn with stunning interior features and grand designs.

The cathedral occupies the site of what was the central mosque of Madina Mayurqa, the capital for the Muslim community in Mallorca for three centuries.

For a Mediterranean island, Mallorca is unusually fertile and green. It has an amazing array of natural landscapes from the soaring Serra de Tramuntana mountains in the west, to beautiful agricultural plains in the heart.

Much of Mallorca is made up of limestone, which makes it a rock climber’s dream. Over the years the limestone has dissolved in water, giving rise to gorges and numerous cave systems in the foothills.

There are surprisingly few land animals – the smallest include field mice, rabbits and wood shrews, while the largest are civet cats and a rare wild goat – but perhaps the most famous residents are the lizards that populate the island of Dragonera.

When it comes to food, Mallorca takes the lead for its celebrated Mediterranean cuisine. Palma is a gourmet paradise with fresh seafood daily from the sheltered coves and beaches. The most popular dish in the region is the area’s traditional paella. Along with the many Michelin starred restaurants, superb dishes can be easily found in any area.

For celebrations all year long, Mallorca is the place to visit. The annual festival, BH Mallorca, attracts musicians and music fans from all over the globe. It is a live event which showcase musical talent, both discovered and undiscovered. From live music ocean cruises, chill pool parties and crowded live performances on the cobbled streets, Mallorca is an upmarket destination with soul.

The Essentials

  • Season April - October
  • Airport Palma de Mallorca (PMI) 30km
  • Boat Coordinates Latitude 39° 30' 15'' N Longitude 2° 32' 03'' E
  • Time Zone GMT +1
  • Currency Euro
  • Language Spanish, English
  • Electrics 220-240 Volt
  • CHILDREN Please note that due to security reasons our pool is of exclusive use for adults, and children under 18 are not allowed. We do welcome families with children in our beach and restaurant area.
  • DRESS CODE Beach chic. Please note that we reserve the right to deny entry to guests who are inappropriately dressed.

When to go

With approximately 250 days of sunshine a year, Mallorca is the perfect spot to visit any time. Even in winter, temperatures average roughly 50°F with the rest of the year staying in the high 70s.

Mallorca summers are known for the clientele they attract ranging from billionaires traveling their mega yachts to movie stars visiting their mountain estates.

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Where to stay

This stunning hotel in Calviá Beach Resort, on the edge of Magaluf, ME Mallorca has impressive interiors and a luxurious vibe. The hotel is doused in crisp white and neutral shades mixed with metallic modern touches that give a vibe of elegance and ease.

Located beachside, near Café del Mar and Nikki Beach Mallorca, guests can also enjoy easy accessibility to Palma and the Tramuntana mountains. Wander along the promenade and take in the super yachts at the smart marinas of Puerto Portals and Port Adriano.

There are two outdoor pools and a gym that is open 24 hours, as well as the SkinC beauty center, which will have you red carpet-ready in no time.

The four-star Meliá Calviá Beach Hotel sits pretty in a prime beachfront location at the western end of Magaluf on the southwest coast of Mallorca. This on-trend, elegant and established resort is a popular addition to the area.

There is an airy vibe, fresh Mediterranean cuisine, fun fitness classes, decadent spa treatments and of course the long sandy beach just footsteps away. This area boasts trendy hotels, stylish bars, beach clubs and boutiques.

There are outdoor and indoor pools as well as luxurious rooms and suites. Upgrade to The Level category for access to a secluded and private outdoor pool and sundeck.

For a countryside feel and escape from the hustle and bustle, consider a stay at the majestic Gran Hotel Son Net. Nestled in the quiet village of Puigpunyent, just northwest of Palma, the hotel is set in a 17th century estate. High stone walls surround the property giving the feel of an old stately home, while its Hockneys and Chagalls add an elegant touch to the decor.

With beautiful, dimly-lit rooms and bathrooms as big as the room itself, escape to a past world in the modern day. Enjoy the Royal Suite, which includes an entire apartment with a private garden.




Avenida Notario Alemany 1
07181 Palma de Mallorca
Balearic Isles, Spain

E T +34 697 164 853