Most people think of Mallorca as only a spring and summer destination. But Mallorca's secret is that it is also an excellent autumn and winter destination with an average temperature of 16º in winter and 27º in summer which makes it a perfect destination for sports enthusiasts who visit the island to enjoy playing their favorite sport or to make preparation training camps.


All You Need to Know

Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands offering pristine beaches, green landscapes and mountains, exquisite cuisine, traditions and picturesque villages ... All this and a perfect Mediterranean climate.


Palma is the capital of Mallorca and boasts an array of shopping options, The cream of Mallorca’s shopping can be found here in Palma. The most prestigious shopping streets in the city are Avenida Jaime III and Paseo del Borne, where you’ll find everything from designer labels to the latest high street fashion.


Mallorca is spoilt with scenery and makes it an excellent choice for visitors looking for more than beaches. Palma the capital is steeped in history and the best way to explore this wonderful cosmopolitan city is by foot, heading through the Old Town to see tenth-century Arab Baths the medieval and Moorish Almudaina Palace and the impressive sandstone Gothic Cathedral.

The Soller train will take you on an unforgettable journey from Palma to Soller. The train dates back to the1930s and is a step back in time experience as you pass through the orange and lemon groves before stopping in the picturesque village of Soller. On the east coast of the island, near Porto Cristo is home to the underground Caves of Drach, with their illuminated stalactites and stalagmites it´s a natural and magical experience.


Mallorca has some of the best restaurants in Spain including a number of award winning restaurants. Local famous main dishes include tumbet - a splendid roasted vegetable dish, fideua - the local paella made with noodles rather than rice, sophisticated salt cod dishes, fresh fish dishes, pork loin in a Mallorquean sauce, pork wrapped in cabbage, suckling pig, numerous lamb dishes, cauliflower with raisins and pine nuts.


Nightlife can be found around the Islands main tourist resorts but during the winter months Palma & Playa de Palma is where the lively nightlife attracts the party crowd. Embrace a more upmarket vibe in the Port of Portals Nous as you enjoy a leisurely meal and cocktails and absorb the sophistication of Mallorca.


Mallorca has some of the finest beaches in Europe and with the crystalline clear waters which are often compared to as the Caribbean. On the east coast of the Island you will find an abundance of small secluded cove beaches whilst in the north & the south of the Island you will find stretches of beaches up to 12 km long. The most famous beach Es Trenc located in the south east of the Island is an idyllic beach set within a nature reserve and popular during the summer months.

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