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Mallorca: The island of calm

Land of history, joyful traditions and delicious gastronomy, Mallorca surprises with its contrasts and diverse landscapes. Life at “Isla de la Calma” (peaceful island) goes on quietly, caressed by the Mediterranean breeze, a genuine marine and nautical flair, agricultural landscapes and charming towns and cities. Discover a paradise bounded by a 550 km. coastline of amazing beaches and “calas” and its prehistoric monuments, beautiful subterranean coves, cultural and leisure centres … Only a few km. away from preserved silent nature you can find the bustle of the trendiest bars. Their parties and nightlife are well-known in Europe. Because this land knows about tourism, since they first started in the 60’s their worldwide reputation has kept growing and has been a holiday destination for celebrities and Royal Families such as the Spanish, host of the Sailing Championship “Copa del Rey de Vela”.


Discover Palma de Mallorca, the cosmopolitan capital, extraordinarily attractive, where the historic ancient centre lives in harmony with the modern city, offering astonishing culture and gourmet cuisine, and its downtown shopping. Architectural gems such as the Cathedral, Palacio de la Almundaina, La Lonja or the Bellver Castle will make you feel that the journey is worthwhile.  Mallorca offers a wide range of activities for nature lovers, such as trekking, cycling, golf and water sports. The mountain range Sierra de Tramuntana, cape Formentor, the island of Cabrera … are some of the sites that should be “a must” on your itinerary. For those nostalgic and romantic travelers, the island offers the lovely landscapes in Valldemossa and Deià, which are always a good option. There you feel the imprint of history and some of its distinguished guests such as Chopin, George Sand, the Archduke Luis Salvador or Robert Graves.

Mallorca: The island of calm

Drach Caves

According to legend, an enormous dragon escorted the entrance of this huge cave. Extending to a length of 2.400 meters and reaching a depth of 25 metres, this cave is divided into four areas, which were inhabited in prehistoric times, and are one of the most attractive touristic sites on the island.


The peculiar rock formation, the colossal size of their stalactites and stalagmites, the blue and green shaded underground lakes and the brilliant lighting designed by Carlos Buigas, are some of the impressive features. Lake Martel, considered one of the largest underground lakes in the world, extending to a length of 177 metres, is a remarkable venue for musical and lighting shows, where musicians, sail on a boat, playing Bach, Händel and Chopin music, and to top off this marvellous experience, visitors are invited to go across the lake on a boat, guided by expert gondoliers.





Drach Caves

Enchanting Beaches

Mallorca, with over 550 km. of beautiful and diverse coastline, offers amenities to suit all visitors’ tastes.
During your trip, you will find touristic beaches such as Playa de Palma, El Arenal, Palma Nova, Magalluf, Alcudia, providing all sorts of facilities and services, surrounded by promenades with plenty of terraces, restaurants, shops, services and hotels.


However, Mallorca also offers incredible unspoilt isolated beaches, where you can enjoy nature at its purest state. Beaches like Ses Covetes, Es Trenc and Es Cargol will give you a chance to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea, as you have never done before. On the eastern Majorcan coast you will find a wide range of small secluded “calas”, where rock formations and silky sand blend in with the vegetation, forming superb landscapes.


Mallorca offers an outstanding number of natural and quiet spots, with astonishing views, where you can relax your body and mind, far from the hectic city noise.


Enchanting Beaches

La Seu: Palma's Cathedral

La Seu is undoubtedly a symbol of Mallorca and a must during your stay in Palma. Legend has it that King Jaume I departed Salou to conquer Mallorca. On the 7th September, a storm severely threatened his ships. The king begged God to rescue him from the storm and promised to build the most beautiful church in his honour when he reached the coast: Palma's cathedral.



Located in between the Almudaina Palace and the Episcopalian Palace, the magnificent Cathedral, also know as la Seu, stands on the site of an ancient arabic mosque. It is well known for its huge dimension, the gothic temple measures 109,40 metres, 40 metres wide and has the biggest mosaic in the world. The first kings of Mallorca were buried on this site.



The modernist artist Antonio Gaudí made some significant contributions to the Cathedral from 1904 to 1914, when he restored the interior of the Christian temple. More recently, Miquel Barceló, the Mallorcan artist, decorated "La Capilla del Santísimo" with a mural inspired by three passages from the Bible.



For centuries, la Seu was the only Cathedral in the world that was reflected on the sea. This happened once in again in 1980 when the Parc de la Mar was built. The park offers a panoramic view of the Cathedral and the Palacio de la Almundaina

During the summer months, the city council organises "Cinema a la Fresca en el Parc de la Mar", where you can see films on a giant outdoor screen with a view of the Cathedral. A unique experience.



The Cathedral is a place of worship. Tourist tours are not allowed during mass. On working days you can access the Cathedral through the museum located on the north side.

La Seu: Palma's Cathedral

Serra de Tramuntana

This is that other Mallorca, a refuge in the renown “Isla de la Calma” (quiet island). From Andratx to Pollença, the island offers the visitor much more than sun and magnificent beaches. We propose you hire a car and embark on a journey to the northern mountains, where you will find one of the finest nature reserves on the island, listed by Unesco as a World Heritage site.


Serra de Trauntana is a mountain range of approximately 90 km. long, surmounted by the peaks of Puig Major (1.445 meters) and Massanella (1.340 meters).  During your tour, you will observe challenging cliffs that rise from the sea, vast pine forests and genuine villages disconnected from massive tourism.  Exploring the mountains amongst the pine trees you will feel the smell of wild rosemary and the pleasure of breathing fresh air.


During your journey through Majorcan essence, you will find enchanting villages such as Estellencs, Banyalbufar, Valldemossa, Deià, Sóller, Biniaraix, Fornalutx, Lluc and Pollença, showing you the quiet Mallorca, its charm, with its stone pavements, traditional farmers and markets, and fine gastronomy.
From scenic overlooks/viewpoints like Ses Ánimes and Son Marroig, the views are simply spectacular. We also recommend you to visit the Monastery of Lluc, spiritual centre of Mallorca.

We recommend you visit Ses Ànimes and Son Marroig, the views are just spectacular.

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Serra de Tramuntana

Overall forecast

If you travel to Mallorca you will enjoy a mild Mediterranean climate with no extreme temperatures. In summer the average temperature is 29/31 ºC and 16/18 ºC in winter. The clear light, the sea’s warm temperature almost all year round and the approximately 3.000 annual hours of sunlight are what makes Mallorca a perfect place to enjoy a relaxing trip. Discover Mallorca, an island filled with sunlight.

  • If you travel in February you will be able to enjoy a preview of springtime: the blossoming almond trees.
  • Mallorca’s climate is mild all year round. In July and August it is hotter and much more crowded.
  • Embat is the name given in Mallorca to the sea breeze. The temperatures are milder because of this breeze.
  • The Winter visitor is attracted by the island’s history, culture, nature and gastronomy.
  • Mallorca has 2.756 sunlight hours per year. This makes it the perfect destination to enjoy sports and nature.
JAN15.2 °C8.3 °C
FEB15.7 °C8.5 °C
MAR17.1 °C9.5 °C
APR18.7 °C11.3 °C
MAY22.1 °C14.7 °C
JUN25.9 °C18.4 °C
JUL28.9 °C21.3 °C
AUG29.5 °C22.2 °C
SEP27.1 °C19.8 °C
OCT23.4 °C16.1 °C
NOV19.2 °C12.1 °C
DEC16.5 °C9.7 °C

The magic creek “Ses Fonts Ufanes”

Not far from the chapel of “Sant Miquel”, in the village of Campanet, nearly every year a unique hydrological phenomenon occurs. In Rainy autumns and winters, as if by magic, incredible fountains of water flow out of the ground at the Finca Gabellí, they can reach a volume of 100.00 liters per second. They are the known as “Ses Fonts Ufanes”. This interesting phenomenon, which has been classified as a Natural Monument by the local Baleares Government is as impressive as difficult to see, as this only happens three to seven times a year, when sufficient water has been accumulated in the peak of Puig Tomir and surroundings.  For this reason, every time this wonder occurs, many spectators and excursionists visit the site to take photographs.

Organise your trip

You can start to prepare your trip to Mallorca today.  We will provide you with all the required information to make your trip to the “Isla de la Calma” perfect.



Mallorca has a typically Mediterranean, mild climate all year round. The winter in Mallorca is warm and the summer is dry and hot. During the day, the temperature in the winter is usually never under 13ºC; in the summer the temperature can go up to 30ºC or more.
If you are looking for the best price to visit Mallorca, the time to travel is low season. Prices usually increase during the Christmas and Easter holidays, as well as long weekends and the summer.

Autumn is the best season of the year to enjoy the most quiet and authentic aspect of the island. Spring and autumn are usually the best seasons to enjoy nature and carry out interesting trekking and cycling routes.



Your ID and/or passport are essential to travel as well as your driving licence if you are thinking of hiring a car. 

Young travellers, students or senior citizens are entitled to discounts on public transportation, museum tickets and other interesting sites.


How do I get there?

With over 22.768.032 registered passengers in 2013, Palma airport (PMI), also known as International Airport of Son Sant Joan, is the main connection point on the island for local visitors and especially for international tourists.
Located 10 km. away from Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the island, it is well connected with the main Spanish and European cities. The most important connections are with the cities of Barcelona, Madrid-Barajas and Düsseldorf, with over a million passengers, and Cologne, with annual traffic of over eight hundred thousand passengers.
For those you wish to travel to several of the Balearic Islands, there are connections between Mallorca and the islands of Menorca and Ibiza. Please remember that during high season, flight frequencies increase significantly. The countries with more traffic to the Baleares are Germany and the United Kingdom and also from mainland Spain.


Organised trips and packaged holidays
Charter flights are another option to travel to Palma de Mallorca. Please remember that this type of air tickets do not allow any date nor time changes. Some travel agencies like us, offer organised trips and packages that include flights, accommodation on half or full board, as well as transfers.

On arrival at Palma de Mallorca Airport, there is a bus stop and a taxi stand.


Public Bus
Line 1. It connects the airport with the city centre, the Paseo Marítimo and the Port.
Line 21. It connects the airport with Ca’n Pastilla and Playa de Palma.
Bus stops at the airport: Terminal: Arrivals. Floor 0. 
Rates: One way ticket: 3 Euros.  Bus driver has change for maximum 10 Euros. The tickets must be purchased on board.
Palma has a good city bus service (EMT). You may check the schedules and itineraries on their website and app “EMT Palma” and “PMI Transit”. The latter also offers the underground and train information.
Information telephone number: 0034 971 21 44 44


Taxi Stand
Look for the taxi stand sign at the Terminal: Arrivals. Floor 0. Please ask for a receipt in the event of a possible claim.


Car hire
Although there is an excellent bus network that connects Palma with the main tourist resorts, villages, beaches and “calas”, the best transportation to move around the island is by car, which you can hire at the airport. Prices are higher during peak season.


Underground, trains, trams
Mallorca has one underground line and two railway lines, one goes from Palma to Sóller and the other one goes to Inca (and continues to Sa Pobla and Manacor). You will find the central stations at the“Intermodal” Station in Plaza España.
We recommend you take the vintage train to Sóller, then take the attractive tram that connects the village with its port and beach. The train station is also located in the centre of Palma, a few metres from Plaza España.


From mainland Spain, Menorca or Ibiza. From Formentera you get to Mallorca via Ibiza.
I you like travelling by boat or perhaps you don’t like to fly or even if you prefer to travel with your own car, this means of transport is a good option. Ferries depart from Valencia, Denia and Barcelona. Roundtrip tickets are cheaper.


Numerous Mediterranean cruises stop in Mallorca every year. Its capital is, with over a million passengers a year, the fifth European port with the most traffic.





Where can I stay?

In Mallorca you will find a wide range of hotels to suit all tastes and budgets, offering spectacular resorts with an “all inclusive” basis or half board, most of them specialised in family holidays. At these tourist resorts the visitor can enjoy swimming in the crystal clear pools, join the various leisure activities scheduled all day, or take the children to the playroom and have a relaxing sunbathe and a fashionable drink at the pool.


For couples and romantic break, the island offers a range of selected "adults only" accommodation. At these hotels the atmosphere, gastronomy, activity programme, installations and all services are especially for this type of clients.


For those who prefer to stay in the city, Palma offers many city hotels and charming boutique hotels, some of them established in iconic buildings and in the best downtown shopping and partying location.


If you are looking for a private and intimate holiday, Mallorca offers exclusive villas and enchanting hotels, with all the required facilities and decorated with excellent taste


If what you really want is to feel the most traditional Majorcan environment, a rural hotel is the place to go. Ancient estates and castles, in the most idyllic sites of the island, have been renovated with exquisite care and transformed into spectacular hotels.


You also have a broad range of first class hotels located along the beautiful Majorcan coastal, for those visitors who prefer to stay near the beach.


Medical Assitance

You may take out an insurance policy to cover medical assistance during the trip. We also offer a travel insurance policy, which covers medical assistance, theft and cancellation charges. Several private medical centres and private hospitals throughout many towns on the island offer medical assitance.


In order to get assistance at a public medical centre or hospital you must have a Medical Card.  Mallorca has medical services all over the island. The Public Health Service has hospitals located in the main towns and medical centres spread all over the island.


In Palma de Mallorca: the “Hospital Universitari Son Espases”, medical reference of the island and “Hospital de Son Llatzer”; In Manacor, “Hospital de Manacor”; and in Inca, the “Hospital Comarcal de Inca”.


There are also private medical centres. The Red Cross has several emergency centres in many villages and beaches. As in the rest of the country, in case of emergency you must dial 112. The call is free of charge and you will receive attention immediately in four languages (Spanish, Catalan, English and German). They will coordinate all the required emergency services such as ambulances, Fire Department and Police.


    <li style="text-align: justify;">Hospital Universitari Son Espases: 0034 871 205 000</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Hospital Son Llàtzer (Mallorca): 0034 871 202 000</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Hospital de Manacor (Mallorca): 0034 971 841 000</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Hospital Comarcal d’Inca (Mallorca): 0034 971 888 500</li>


Currency and Customs

The Euro is the official currency in the Balearic Islands. As in the rest of the country, you may use credit cards for most of your financial transactions, especially in the touristic areas, where they tend to facilitate consumption to their clients.  There may be some shops or small bars that only accept cash.


There is a wide network of ATM’s in the main towns of the island, but please bear in mind that banks charge a commission if you withdraw cash with other banks’ credit cards.



    <li style="text-align: justify;">4B - VISA Electron - Master Card - VISA: 0034 902 114 400 / 0034 913 626 200</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Servired (VISA - VISA Electron - Master Card): 0034 902 192 100</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">American Express: 0034 902 375 637</li>
    <li style="text-align: justify;">Red 6000: 0034 915 965 335</li>


If I book Flight + Hotel, when will I receive my travel documents?

Once the booking is confirmed you will receive a confirmation e-mail. The voucher for the hotel will be also sent by email plus the vouchers for any other services (car hire, transfer, travel insurance) if booked.

Please note that no flight tickets are sent due to most airlines using e-tickets. You only need to print our confirmation email where the Airline`s booking reference appears and take it with you to the airport with your ID/Passport documents.

Important: Some Low Cost Airlines (Ryanair, Easyjet, Wizzair, Blueair and others) now request all passengers to check-in online and print the Boarding Cards before departure through their corresponding websites. Failure to do so, these airlines will charge you a supplement at the airport.

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