Mallorca is one of the busiest islands in the world. Tourism has transformed the island into a center of attraction for tourists mostly from the countries of United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Ireland and Germany. And the visitors double every year.
The fact that the island has been flourishing since 1950s is one of the reasons that lures a huge amount of visitors to this beautiful island. Mallorca has a rich history and culture but it also has several other things to offer any visitor looking for a relaxing vacation. If you are a tourist and you have a week of vacation then here are some of things that you want to do.
1. Reach the Beaches
First off, you can visit the beautiful beaches which have made the island so popular. You could spend the first few days of your week 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.
2. Travel back time through museums and architectures
You might want to add to your iterinary visiting Museums and Architecture. You can travel back through time Mallorca immersing you in the historical and monumental things. You can head to island’s museums. 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.
Next on the trip to history lane would be a trip to the many beautiful architectures in the island namely Palacio de la Almudaina and Sa Llotja.
3. See Flower Markets
After going through all the monuments, and museums you could spend the last remaining days of your week, strolling around Central Square and visiting flower markets. You can then drive through the mountains and explore the villages with unique streets, houses and bars. Also, you can also retreat to mountain town of Deia. This is a popular destination of jet setters and celebrities.