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Mallorca island

Mallorca is the largest of the five Balearic Islands. It is around 200 kilometers from the Catalan capital Barcelona in the western Mediterranean. Of the 750,000 inhabitants, over half live in Palma de Mallorca.

Vacation in Mallorca

The island has been since the 1960s ...
A popular holiday destination, especially for Northern European guests. Mallorca welcomes over seven million holidaymakers annually, who mostly travel in the summer months. The holiday island is well prepared for the arrival and entertainment of visitors. Mallorcas Airport (Son Sant Joan, PMI) is the third largest airport in Spain and its maximum capacity is currently 25 million passengers a year. Mallorca has a road network of approx. 1,250 km for country traffic, of which 650 km of side streets are. All holiday resorts are connected by public bus networks. The bus hub is located in the capital Palma de Mallorca (Plaça Espanya). From this central bus station you also have a connection to taxi traffic and train.

Sports & Freetime

Mallorca is known as a beach destination due to the mild climate and the long summer months. The more than 180 sandy beaches and one of the best water qualities in the Mediterranean offer the beach vacationer best conditions to spend an unforgettable vacation this summer paradise. There are also numerous possible activities around the sea. Diving courses are offered at almost all towns on the sea such as Port d’Ardratx, Cala Figuera or Formentor. About 40 marina are available to the sail enthusiasts. The rental offer ranges from taster sail courses to sporting high-sea yacht trips. The port of Palma is known as the starting point of the classic car sailing regatta “Almirante Conde de Barcelona”. Other water sports modalities such as surfing or kaits surfing are very popular with young people. In addition to the water activities, Mallorca offers a wide range of leisure opportunities. For example, golf enthusiasts are available to choose from 19 golf courses on the whole island. Numerous rider clubs are also distributed all over the island. Even a flight school in Villafranca, near Manacor, is available for sightseeing flights or flight courses. Typical sights on the island are the Coves del Drac (dragon caves), on the east coast near Porto Cristo. These are over 300 caves, where you can admire original stalactite structures. The crystal -clear Martell Lake, one of the largest underground lakes in the world. Classic music concerts take place regularly in the sea grotto. The Coves d’Arta (Arta caves) near Capdepera have impressive stone structures.

A child -friendly holiday destination is especially for children's mallorca. The amusement parks on the island are very popular among the little ones. An example of this is the Aqualand water park or the Aquapark Magalluf. In addition to dolphin and seal show, the Marineland Park near Calvia also offers parrot shows and a bird zoo, where, among other things, penguins and flamingos can be seen. The 7,500 km² Palma aquarium with huge pelvis, sea tunnel and jungle is an interesting addition to amusement parks. The medieval show at Bunyola is particularly amusing. It is a show restaurant where you can enjoy a medieval tournament with horses, sword fights and falconry during the meal. Route through the island -typical landscape. The approximately one and a half hour drive inspires small and large.


Kitchen: Qui Té Gana? Means “who is hungry” in Mallorcan. In addition to a wide range of international cuisine, local specialties can be used in Mallorca. The culinary specialties do not correspond to the “light” southern Esculture with a lot of salad and fish as in other Mediterranean regions. The kitchen Mallorca has a rather peasant basis with a lot of brown bread, fresh vegetables, lard and hearty pork from a tasty black porker breed.

Strong stews and soups are, for example, the Sopas Mallorquinas; Vegetable soup with peppers, leek angels, onion, peeled tomato, pushed cloves of garlic and cabbage with other ingredients. The soup is poured into a bowl with bread slices so that the bread can absorb the entire liquid.

The Ensaimades Mallorquines made of yeast dough are unmistakable. The sweet pastry has overturned the shape of a yeast snail with powdered sugar. The smaller variant with pudding filling is also ideal as breakfast or snack.

Every locals knows the Sobrassada Mallorquina. It is an air -dry pepperwurst that is eaten both raw and fried. The sausage is usually made by every farmer's family during the annual slaughter festival.

The traditional side dish of almost all Mallorkinian dishes is PA Amba Ambel Oli (bread with oil). The bread is often toasted with oil, salt and sometimes with grated tomato.

In addition, two typical rice dishes should be emphasized: Arròs Negre (black rice), an inkfish risotto and Arròs brood (dirty rice), with juicy pieces of meat, mixed vegetables.

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