The timeless trendy classic

The Balearic island of Mallorca has long been known as a mass-tourism destination. These days, visitors still flock to the island, but there is less of a “package” holiday vibe – the island has undergone a regeneration and has now built up a reputation as a luxury beach resort with top restaurants, spectacular golf courses and modern conference facilities. The island’s capital – Palma de Mallorca - has been reborn as a trendy city – as a place to see and be seen.

Palma’s most popular landmarks include: its majestic Cathedral in the city’s old town, Bellver Castle, with its magnificent panoramic views, the beautiful city theatre “Teatro Principal”, the museum for modern and contemporary art “Es Baluard”, and finally, the city’s wide boardwalk with access to its charming marinas.

In Mallorca, beach and watersport activities are in abundance. Why not take a boat trip around the island and visit some of its lesser-known beaches? Or alternatively, venture into the mountains to discover some of the charming villages. For food lovers, there are two wine districts and plenty of local cheese producers where you can sample the local produce and sit down for an authentic Mallorcan lunch.

Mallorca is now so much more than a package beach holiday – there really is something for all tastes. This is a great reason to discover, or rediscover this magical Island.


  • The island has been inhabited since 7000 years BC

  • In 122BC the Roman Empire took over Mallorca

  • In 1230, construction began on the cathedral

  • Antoni Gaudi was carried out appointed to the Cathedral

  • Mallorca is the biggest of the Spanish Islands

  • Visit the spectacular caves ”Coves del Drach"

  • "Puig Major" is the highest peak on the island with its 1445 meters

  • Approx. 860 000 people lives at Mallorca

  • Whereas 430 000 lives in Palma de Mallorca

  • Around 300 days of sunshine per year

  • First charter airplane landed on the Island in the year of 1950

  • Scandinavians ranks 4th in terms of visitors per year

  • Mallorca is a popular spot for cyclists

  • The tennis player Rafael Nadal is from Mallorca

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