Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, with an area of 3,640.11 square kilometers, which also make it the largest island of Spain. The beaches are the most popular appeal. However, it has a great history and monuments, concentrated in the central and several natural areas with a diverse and rich flora and fauna. Depending on your preferences, you must choose one or another type of accommodation in Mallorca, depending on whether you prefer to be near the old town or the beaches. There are also apartments in Mallorca that allow to be located in an equidistant way on both.
Calo des Moro. It is a paradise beach hidden in a corner of the island. To enter, you must walk through a mountain about 5 minutes, but it is worthy, because you will spot one of the best sunsets and cleaner waters around Mallorca. Playa Formentor. Northeast of the island lies this beach. Extensive, and accessible, but still retains its essence keeping it from being unspoiled. The water is turquoise, indigo, and one of the best areas to practice diving. Cala Varques. An authentic Caribbean beach and lonely paradise.
Besides the beaches, the island of Mallorca has important monuments and is highly recommended to visit. Most are in Palma de Mallorca, where we also find a variety of apartments that allow us to be close to them and visit them easily.
Catedral. Also known as La Seu, it is one of the most beautiful in Spain, not only for its architecture, but for its location facing the sea. It was built by order of Jaume II, between the 14th and 16th centuries. It is Gothic, with Baroque elements. To
prevent detachment of the vaults they have had to restore it several times. The last restoration was in the early 20thcentury by Antoni Gaudí. Palacio de la Almudaina. This XIV century palace features a set of styles and eras from Roman times until today. Inside you can see documents and objects of history and art of the islands since the megalithic. Castillo de Bellver. Built in the 14thcentury, scene of battles during the occupation of Mallorca.
Majorca is an island with a very special and unique local cuisine. The tourists taste it during their holidays. Among its products or dishes include the ensaimada, the Mallorcan Frit made of meat or fish, Mallorcan soups, sobrasada or Bunyols, among many others. As for drinks, in Mallorca the almond milk and orange liqueur de Sóller is typical.
The climate in Mallorca is typical Mediterranean, with hot summers, exceeding 30 degrees, and moderately cold winters, which usually do not drop from 5 degrees. Being an island, it has a high level of humidity. Transportation on the island is easy, thanks to a bus network linking the airport to every corner of the island. There is also a train that links Palma with major cities, Inca and Manacor, with stops at intermediate locations. But to know the island well, to access its beaches and coves, and discover the best places, the best option is to rent a car. The most typical sweet of Mallorca is the ensaimada.
The island has several playgrounds for the amusement of children. No matter where your accommodation is in Mallorca, you probably will be near one of these entertainment venues near your residence. One of them is the Chiqui Park - Tope Guay, aimed at children between 0 and 7 years. It houses a ball pool, swings, cinema area, eating area and an area for parents. They organize magical, private and personalized children's parties.
Another park is Mundo Pirata, the largest of Majorca. It consists of elastic beds, slides, inflatable constructions, karaoke, cooking workshops, crafts and a small soccer field, as well as organizing costume parties. There you can spend the whole day and enjoy your children's food menus. A third children's play area is called Zona Nerf. This space recreates an adventure park where children will simulate small battles to pass a series of tests. The activity is aimed at people over 8 and is done in small groups to enhance the values of cooperation and fellowship.
Mallorca has some attractive natural landscapes, which are also worth a visit. Cuevas del Drach. Located in Manacor, specifically in Porto Cristo. Is. They were discovered in 1896 and are a real spectacle. Two thousand meters of cave and six underground lakes surrounded by stalactites and stalagmites. One of the lakes, Lago Martel, is considered one of the largest underground lakes of the world. Pollença. An emblematic place to go, especially to do sea sports. It also has one of the best culinary offerings of the island.
From anywhere in Spain you can travel to Majorca by catching a plane. From the Spanish airports depart daily flights to Mallorca, full of tourists who are just starting their holiday, regardless of the season. Another option that many people bet is to approach with your own vehicle to the Mediterranean coast and from there catch a boat that brings them to the island. It is very nice and different from what we are used to traveling.
Once we have opted for a holiday in Majorca, the next step is to rent the accommodation in which we will install in the coming days. After several years of experience in renting apartments, at TripKay we harbor the best accommodations and work with top suppliers to offer our customers a unique family or couple vacation. We work hard to find the apartment that best suits each of the requests we receive in order to make your stay one of the most valuable things on your vacation. We are always fully at your service to answer any questions or change the accommodation if needed for a complete holiday relaxation.