BALEARIC ISLANDS (MALLORCA)
MALLORCA, LUXURIOUS, CHARM IN ABUNDANCE
Mallorca, shaped like a rough trapezoid, is the largest island of the Balearic archipelago.
A stunning azure-blue sea, endless white sandy beaches and hidden bays, Mallorca is without a doubt one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean. The island’s perfect climate and a soft sea breeze only add to an unparalleled yachting experience allowing you to fully enjoy your time on-board, whatever the season.
This Balearic island has it all; whether you are looking for adventurous outdoor activities, water sports, scenic walks or a visit to an ancient monastery, in Mallorca you will never run out of things to do. In the evenings why not enjoy a fine dining experience in one of the picturesque restaurants which offer fresh local fish accompanied by a fine wine.
The Serra de Tramuntana is a mountain range running along the southwest to northeast coast of Mallorca. It’s an area of remote mountains and hill towns and is the picture of the real Mallorca in all its rugged glory. This part of the country has been declared a World Heritage Site due to its physical and cultural appearance.
Mallorca enjoys a very diverse landscape from the rocky Tramuntana Mountainous region in the North-West to the flat plains in the centre of the Island. The beautiful beaches, varying resorts and range of sports and tourist activities provide a multitude of options for visitors. This is the reason why so many visitors return to the Island year after year!
Another natural richness lies hidden beneath the surface: the fascinating world of stalagmites and stalactites. More than two hundred natural caves have been categorized in Mallorca. Five of the caves are open to visitors. Some of them are considered to be among the most beautiful in the world.