Discover the charming towns of Mallorca with their local markets, their patron saint festivities, fantastic excursions in the mountains or along the coast, cycling, water sports and golf, or just enjoy the day.

There are around 1.2 million inhabitants in the Balearic Islands, 900,000 on the Island of Mallorca, and half of them live in Palma de Mallorca, the capital. In Palma you will find everything you want, shops, restaurants, and of course the wonderful old town, where the cathedral is located, which is close to the sea, and the Palma promenade, a place that stands out for its beauty.

Mallorca is lush and idyllic island in the Mediterranean sea. With a dimension of 600 miles of diameter and with a population of 1,2.

Mallorca is loved above all for its beautiful beaches and beautiful landscapes, has over 200 beaches to choose from. The interior of the island consists mainly of plains, while the west is dominated a group of mountains called the Sierra de Tramuntana, which reaches heights of over 1,500 meters,  is one of Spain's autonomous regions and Palma de Mallorca is the capital. Palma is the cultural and historical center of Mallorca with a picturesque harbor dominated by the magnificent Gothic cathedral and on the other hand the wonderful buildings scattered throughout the city. 
On the western side of the Sierra de Tramuntana they are located the beautiful villages of Deia and Soller are the main attractions of this region, with its spectacular views, it’s wonderful buildings and gives the feeling of stepping back in time, the monastery of La Cartuja It is the main attraction of Valldemossa, as Deia is known for its good restaurants and offers inspiration for art lovers.

On the eastern side of the island there are large fields of almond and olive trees. Manacor is a city that is known for producing pearls in Mallorca. On the east coast you can find the famous caves of stalactites and one of the largest is located in Porto Cristo.

In the north of the island is Puerto Pollensa and Alcudia with its beautiful scenery and beautiful beaches.

About Alcudia:

Alcudia lies entirely in the north of the island with a distance of 55 km to the airport of Palma de Mallorca. The old town of Alcudia or  Pollentia, it was originally called before, is a historic center in Mallorca. The city came to be founded in 123 BC and was an important city in the Roman Empire - is an experience to visit the old town. Within the city walls there is a maze of narrow streets and small squares. A more idyllic town is difficult to find, with cozy cafes, restaurants and shops makes the visit memorable. Tuesdays and Sundays are market days. Locals and visitors come to buy clothes, fruits and vegetables in the market that extend through the streets of the city.

Puerto de Alcudia
is a modern and cozy harbor area, surrounded by yachts and old fishing boats. The beach area is a meeting point for night- with pedestrian streets, in the middle of the harbor you will find cafes, restaurants and bars filled with people enjoying a pleasant atmosphere in the warm summer evenings. From the port of Alcudia stretches one of the most beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean. Starts in Alcudia and extends until Can Picafort , with its eastern part called Playa de Muro, where the beach is so long and wide that it is not difficult to find a quiet place, or a place to enjoy some water activities. The characteristics of the beach are the shallow waters; white sand, and its long promenade.

More about Puerto Pollença

Puerto Pollença has everything- great scenery, beautiful sandy beaches and a friendly atmosphere. The sheltered horseshoe shaped bay set against impressive Tramuntana mountain range. No wonder it remains a favorite with families and couples who return time and again.

Excursions from Puerto Pollença are almost endless. For example, rent a car and venture out to the 300-meter high cliffs Cap de Formentor which controls directly into the sea as Mallorca's own North Cape.

Nearby also a few nice coves, hiking trails and town of Pollença with ancestry from Roman times.

 Mallorca is a very popular and beloved island among golfers. Its pleasant climate offers the opportunity to play golf all year round, the island has 14 golf courses with 18 holes and four 9-hole, offering a wide variety within walking distance between them.