A trip to the beach is by far the most noteworthy getaway there is.
The combination of relaxing under the sun and embracing the thrills and adventures of different water activities make for a perfect vacation. With that said, we give you the sun, the beach, and Mallorca.
Situated in the Mediterranean Sea, Mallorca is considered as the largest island within the Balearic Archipelago, an autonomous region of Spain. Its capital and by far the most visited metropolis is Palma de Mallorca located on the south coast. Interchangeably known around the world as Majorca, the country is a favorite destination among tourists who want to experience a sunny island getaway.
Always a first stop whenever you visit Mallorca is the capital city, Palma. The central hub of tourism and economy, Palma’s history goes way back to 123 BC when it was first established as a Roman camp. Years later, after many victorious conquests and changes of ruling, Palma became a tourist destination because of its picturesque landscape and stunning beaches.
Some of its most popular landmarks are the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, constructed in the year 1601 and considered the largest Catholic church in the country, Bellver Castle, which houses many archeological exhibits and offers guided tours, the famous bath hous Banys Arabs, the Parc de la Mar, where you can take in a view of the Mediterranean Sea, the Ciudad Jardin Beach, where you can relax under the shade on their famous reed canopies, and the Old Town, where tourists get transported to a bygone era through the town’s antiquated buildings and paved walkways.
Moreover, hitch a ride on the vintage trams of Sóller, a small town located north of Mallorca. Enjoy a peaceful fishing experience in the village of Cala Figuera. And lastly, get serenaded in the Caves of Drach where the tour ends with a classical music performance.
Make the most of the autumn when you visit Mallorca, a country truly gifted with breathtaking beaches and astounding landscapes.