Mallorca is stunning Mediterranean island blessed with gentle weather. The island is now becoming a major tourist destination offering tourists captivating coastlines and beaches as well as majestic mountain ranges. It is also the home of cosmopolitan towns and villages and numerous historical and recreational attractions. There are simply a lot of things that would make your vacation or travel to Mallorca meaningful.
If you want to have a day tour in Mallorca, you could start by drinking great coffee at the cafes in Puerto Pollensa. You can then immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of the place. The islands is filled with a number of interesting museums and famous landmarks. You will really find at least one museum within your interest. You can visit Casa Museu Joaquim Torrents Llado, Es Baluard Museum, Fundació Pilar y Joan Miró, J Torrens Lladó House Museum, Museu d’Art Espanyol Contemporani, Museu Diocesà, Museu Krekovic, Museu de Lluc, Museu de Mallorca, and Museu Municipal de Pollenca. There are also beautiful architecture that are worth visiting namely Palacio de la Almudaina and Sa Llotja. End the day with a sumptuous dinner at one of Mallorca’s restaurants and party until dawn at the busy night clubs.
If you can spare a long weekend in the island, you can retreat to mountain town of Deia. This is a popular destination of jet setters and celebrities.
If you have the whole week in Mallorca on the other hand, you don’t want to miss plunging into beaches which have made the island so popular. Some of its known beaches are the Cala Mondrago or Porto Petro. You could spend your time working on your tan, surfing, or just getting some sand between your toes. The south coast has an array of beaches and first class resorts namely S’Arenal, Magaluf and Palma Nova. The east coast on the other hand, has Cala Mondrago or Porto Petro. It features small resorts and rocky coves, white sand and blue, clear seas and majestic underground caves such as Drach caves. The popular beaches are Cala Mondrago or Porto Petro.
If you are so lucky to be in time for the island’s festivities, you will have so much fun. The island being the melting pot of four main cultural periods namely: Talaiotic, Roman, Muslim and Christian, Mallorca celebrates a variety of festivals all year round. There would usually be religious processions and parades which you could attend while you spend your week there.
You could spend the last remaining days of your week, driving through the mountains and explore the villages with unique streets, houses and bars.