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Majorca is so much to so many people. It's a haven for artists and writers seeking isolation and inspiration in ancient villages nestled in the mountains. It's a retirement paradise for those wanting good weather and great food. It's also a perfect holiday destination for a mix of beaches and culture. In case you can't tell we love it and if you haven't been already, you're missing out.
The historic capital of the island, Palma, is a great place to start. The 800 year old La Seu Cathedral which overlooks the city's waterfront deserves a good portion of your attention as the interior and exterior are exquisitely designed. From our Palma hotels, take a stroll around the backstreets in the heart of the city and admire the incredible old buildings or drop into a tapas bar for some delicate snacks. For a bigger meal we recommend you track down Celler Sa Premsa for a classic Majorcan lunch. This huge restaurant boasts rapid service, loud chatter, deteriorating bull fighting posters and fantastic food. Do as the locals and have a brief siesta afterwards to regain some energy for the rest of the day. A short bus journey from Palma is the studio of internationally famous artist Joan Miro. Now a museum open to the public, it houses thousands of pieces of his influential and engrossing work.
Majorca is famous for its beaches and even though Palma has its fair share, the very best are situated outside the capital. Renting a car is the best way to see the island and from our Majorca hotels you can drive to the East coast and choose between a range of intimate to large sandy beaches. On the Western coast is Sa Calobra, a beach which sits dramatically between two towering cliffs for an amazing spectacle.
On that same Western coast are a collection of the most beautiful towns and villages which hide amongst the Tramuntana Mountains. Soller and Fornalutx are two of these and we guarantee the attractive houses, picturesque scenery, cafe lifestyle and the scented olive and orange orchards will capture your heart.Image from Random_fotos
Hotels in Mallorca Island start at AU$68 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.