Majorca Travel Guide

by our Spain expert Conrad Freethy
Conrad FreethyThe largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands conceals many personalities. Historic Palma is dominated by the buttresses of its cathedral and the walls of the Almudaina citadel. Whether you party in the up-all-night bars and clubs of its best-known resorts, or prefer to rise early and escape to a landscape filled with olive groves, poppy fields and almond trees, Mallorca is sure to make you smile. You’ll discover underground lakes and caves, colourful markets at Pollença, sleepy villages like Valldemossa woken by the toll of monastic bells, adrenaline biking trails that tear down from the heights of the Tramuntana mountains in the north, and miles of beaches in the south that soak up three hundred days of sunshine each year.

Spain Facts

National Flag: Spanish Flag
Language(s): Spanish
Currency: Euro
Dialling Code: +34
Time Zones: Madrid : GMT + 1
Canary Islands : GMT
Balearic Islands : GMT + 1
Tourism Website:

Where is Majorca – Location Map


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