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Mallorca Holiday

Mallorca Holiday

Holiday on Mallorca

Almond blossom in February, subtropical summer temperatures and the grape harvest in September - a Mallorca holiday is a pleasure in any season. Sun worshipers, outdoor types, party goers and gourmets all get their money's worth on this, the largest Balearic Island.

Mallorca Holiday

Summer holiday for all the family in Mallorca
Fine sandy beaches, water parks, boat trips and numerous fun activities make Mallorca a prime destination for families with children. In summer, the temperatures climb to over 30 degrees and make bathing in the sea or in the pool a real treat. The gently sloping sandy beaches in the bays of Alcúdia, Cala Ratjada and Playa de Palma invite you to gently paddle or swim. Cruising comfortably in a pedalo, before a rapid ride on the banana boat makes children’s eyes light up. Visit the Aqualandia El Foro de Mallorca water park and Marineland, located in Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the island, and add variety to your family holiday. Excursions on the glass bottom boat, a visit to the aquarium in Palma and a visit to the Coves d'Artà Cave add to the range of leisure activities on the Mediterranean island.

Off Peak Active holidays
In spring and autumn, more active holidaymakers are attracted to the Mediterranean island, which boasts attractive hiking and biking routes in Mallorca’s great outdoors. The wild mountainous areas of the Serra de Tramuntana are criss-crossed by a network of hiking trails. Tiny mountain villages, ancient monasteries and old castle ruins hide behind wooded and sometimes sharp ridges. The hermitage of Ermita de la Trinitat, the ruins of Castell de Alaró and Lluc Monastery are popular hiking destinations in the mountainous region. In February, when the pink almond blossoms provide a delightful contrast in colour in Mallorca, the cycling season begins in earnest on the Balearic Island. With temperatures between 16 and 20 degrees cycle on deserted country roads along the Mediterranean coast and take a break in shady olive groves. Fans of golf can look forward to 24 well-kept golf courses in Mallorca, and divers will have the opportunity to go exploring below the surface of the water at Port de Sólller, Cala d'Or or the Cabrera Island Archipelago.

Holiday house or holiday apartment: Accommodation in Mallorca holiday
Mallorca is just two hours by air from Germany. In addition to numerous charter flights, several airlines offer regular scheduled services from German airports to the Mediterranean island of dreams. Increasingly more travelers are deliberately deciding not to stay in hotel complexes and instead book a Mediterranean holiday home or apartment as accommodation for their Mallorcan holiday. The selection is huge and includes luxurious villas and modern new buildings as well as rustic stone fincas and elegant apartments near the beach. Most of the holiday homes in Mallorca have a private pool, for your exclusive use. Amenities such as air conditioning, satellite TV, wireless Internet access and a fully equipped kitchen are standard features in most properties. With high-quality equipment also convince most apartments and studios in Mallorca you can choose between a privately owned apartment, furnished in traditional style, and comfortable apartments in smaller resorts.

Getting around easily: car hire in Mallorca
Travellers who spend their holidays in a holiday home in Mallorca, decide to hire a rental car for the entire travel period. The advantages are obvious: With the rental car you always remain independent and flexible and use the vehicle each time you wish to explore. In the arrivals hall at the airport you will find numerous car rental counters. In high season, booking the rental car in advance of the trip is highly recommended. In this way, you ensure that your desired model is available on the day of arrival. You can book the rental car online directly from a rental company. In particular, if your holiday home is located on the west coast, the north coast or inland Mallorca, you will need your wheels to travel effortlessly get from the resort to the beach. Some attractive destinations such as the rock cliffs at Cap Formentor, Es Trenc with its dune beach and the Ermita de Betlém near Artá can only be reached with a rental car.

Destination Mallorca: beach holiday under the palm trees
Mallorca attracts its guests with over 300 sunny days a year and fantastic beaches. Bathing and sun worshipers have the choice between hidden coves and wide sandy beaches. Palm fringed beach promenades and golden sand await you at the Playa de Palma in the south of this Balearic island. In the high season, beach parties, water sports and beach soccer tournaments provide variety. On the rugged west coast of Mall there orca are an array of dreamy bays on the turquoise sea. The romantic pebble beach Sa Calobra, the tiny bay near the village Deia and the idyllic Cala Tuent near Sóller lure with crystal clear water and a breathtaking natural scenery. In the north and northeast of Mallorca there are miles of sandy beaches on the Bay of Alcúdia and Cala Millor. One of the most beautiful stretches of beach is the undeveloped dune landscape of Playa Es Trenc in the south of the Balearic Island. The fine white sand invites you to sunbathe and followers of nude bathing may look forward to some designated nudist sections.

Enjoy a stay in a Mediterranean ambience in The Balearics spending carefree weeks in a holiday house on delightful Mallorca.