Currency: Euro (EUR)
Electricity: 220 volts or 225 volts - European two-pin plug
Phone Code: Code +34
Time: GMT +1
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The largest of the Balearic islands, Mallorca boasts a varied and beautiful landscape, from the mountain ranges in the northwest, the rocky cliffs in the north, and the and secluded coves and beaches of the southern and eastern coastlines. When not enjoying the island’s crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches, holidaymakers should head inland and explore Mallorca’s wealth of natural beauty. Almond and olive trees grow in abundance, and several areas have been converted into nature reserves, which are perfect places for scenic walks.
Mallorca’s historical ties also mean there are many fascinating ruins to explore, from the well-kept fortress of Castell de Bellver, to the sacred monastic site of the lluc Sanctuary. There is great shopping to be found in the boutiques of the capital city, Palma, and the various resorts around the island each offer a different pace of life for visitors to experience.
Our holiday destinations in Majorca
Alcudia is ideal for families and couples with a superb natural park and chilled out nightlife with many restaurants and bars available until late.