Mallorca Island is a popular tourist destination
Mallorca or Majorca is a beautiful Balearic island located in the Mediterranean Sea. This Island is one of the most significant ones among the many Balearic islands, and is also one of the most popular tourist destinations for people especially from Germany, Ireland, Britain, and Scandinavian countries. This island has a rich history, culture, and sumptuous cuisine. It is a little different than the other cities in Spain as it is an Island.
When you visit the island you will be caught off guard by the incandescent beauty and the rich flora that engulfs the island along the cost.
The beautiful Mallorca Island and all that you can do
Mallorca is not only about beaches but different exotic places and sights. Here's sharing some of the remarkable sights for you to see when you visit the island.
Palma Nova is a family destination but also has three exquisite white sandy beaches with varied water sports activities. It is also the home of the three 18-hole golf course, the Fantasia Golf. This golf course is placed in a setting amidst caves, gardens, and water features. The nearby marine land holds sea lion and dolphin shows. The Pirates dinner is another attraction where you can have dinner while being entertained by the magicians, acrobats, and dancers. An adult show is also held late in the evening.
Mallorca island's capital city, Palma de Mallorca is the only city on the island. It is also the commercial and cultural hub and is considered to be one of the best places to reside in Spain. Palma has a wide range of good hotels, many options for entertainment, and also houses the most happening spots of nightlife on the island.
The Dragon Caves or Coves del Drac are one of the most popular tourist attraction in the Mallorca island. Dragon caves have guided tours to explain the formation of the stalactite (icicle-shaped mineral deposit). The spectacular tour ends with the Lake Martel 's violin concert. You can also enjoy the concert by taking a gondolier-steered boat ride.
Those who love nature can explore the largest wetland area of the Balearic Islands called the S'Albufera d'Alcdia. A band of dunes separates this marshy land of 1708 hectares from the sea. The marshy land forms a nature park that is now home to a large number of birds and wildlife.
For trekkers or walkers, the Serra de Tramuntana or Mountains of North wind is eighty eight kilometer climb that stretches between Sa Dragonera and Cap de Formentor. The walk is through barren landscapes, slopes masked in pines, and rocky peaks. But if you want to enjoy the view of the island from one place, you can take a ride in the electric train, Ferrocarril de Sller, which connects the capital of Mallorca island to the tiny town of Sller.
Beaches: There are 179 beaches in Mallorca island that has a total length of 50 km. Some of the most facinating and lovely beaches are the Portals Vells, Cala Llamp, Cala Estellencs, Cala Tuent, Puerto Pollensa, Bahía de Alcudia & Playa de Muro, Cala Torta, Cala Mondrago, Es Trenc, and Playa de Palma.
The different things that keep the tourists engaged in these beaches are exploring the caves, snorkelling, diving, swimming, windsurfing, restaurants, cafes, bars, and shopping facilities.