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Experience Mallorca with us

The island of Mallorca is all about spectacular beaches, sunshine and relaxation. Build sand castles or view on the island’s busiest beaches, some truly stunning works of art created in sand. Fantasy castles, animals, drawings and even a rendition in sand of The Last Supper, it is amazing what these sand artists can create. Wander around Valldemossa’s tree lined streets, old stone houses and explore some of the prettiest parts of the island.

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Our tips for Mallorca

Make sure to hop on and off: There’s no better way to get your bearings and see what the capital Palma de Mallorca offers than hopping on a bus sightseeing tour. See all the sights, and you get free transport for the day. Hire a car and explore: If you want to get the complete picture, hiring a car is your best way to get around the island. Looking for romance? Take a boat trip. There are chances to enjoy the beautiful coastline of Mallorca. A catamaran tour is a fabulous option. There are also sunrise cruises and the opportunity to see a dolphin or two.

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Best time to visit
For the best weather and fewer crowds, April-May and September-October are when you should be looking. The days are warm, and there will be fewer crowds. Summer, of course, is high season, so you’ll need to book early to ensure you make the most of your time on the island.
Getting around
Having your own set of wheels will make your Mallorca adventure more fun. Hire cars are the most apparent method and are easy to book. You’ll have the freedom to explore the island. Buses are another option, but the service is less frequent, especially at the weekend.
Stay Safe
You’ll find Mallorca a safe destination, but common sense should always be used throughout your stay, especially in the main tourist areas. Petty crime is around, so just be aware of your surroundings.
Did you know?
Impress your friends or fellow travellers with these tidbits of information • You’ll no doubt head out for a bite to eat during your stay. Well, you’ll have plenty of choices as there are over 2,500 restaurants to choose from. Each offering up fresh seafood, rice dishes and tapas. • One for the clubbers among you! BCN, which is not only Majorca’s biggest nightclub, but it also has the largest foam machine! Happy bubble time! • Looking for sun, then Mallorca can boast over 300 days a year of sunshine! Plenty of chances to top up the tan.

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