Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic archipelago and the island where you can find the widest range of hotels in Mallorca. Mallorca hosts more than 10 million tourists every year!
Fantastic and numerous beaches are the main attraction of Mallorca, although not the only one. Fine sand or rocky, turquoise or crystal, hidden coves or overcrowded beaches: this is the complete offer of Mallorca concerning beach holidays. All the 208 beaches in Mallorca boast its charm; among the 208 beaches in Mallorca, 43 beaches have the Blue Flag, a symbol of their excellent quality, Mallorca offers beaches for all the tastes.
In the north of Mallorca, most of the beaches are sandy with crystal clear water, slightly cooler. In the eastern you will find fine, white sand beaches with turquoise waters, some of them virgin, accessible only by foot through a forest or down the rocks. In the best-known areas as Palma, Alcúdia, Calvià or Magaluf there are beaches with top quality hotels with the best services and facilities and where you can also practice water activities such as kite-surfing or ride a fun "banana."
But Mallorca is not only beaches: the island has an extensive architectural heritage whose most representative figure is the Bellver Castle, as this is one of the 3 unique European castles of a circular plan. Other architectural attractions are the Cathedral of Santa María de Palma de Mallorca, the iconic church of the city of Palma de Mallorca, Lluc Monastery, a place of pilgrimage par excellence of the island and the Paseo Calvia considered as the green lung of the town.
Finally, a visit to Mallorca is not complete if you don’t delight Mallorca''s food: the spicy sausage called “sobrasada,” Mallorcan fried, rice-dish (arròs brut), pa amb oli or the “ensaimada” are just some examples of the delicious cuisine of the island of Mallorca.