Why Mallorca

Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, the remaining 3 being Ibiza, Menorca and Formentor, and is often referred to as 'The Jewel of The Mediterranean' it has something to offer everyone including:-

  554 kilometres of coastline offering 30+ major beaches as well as numerous small coves.

  41 marinas including the millionaire’s playground of Portals Nous with recent visitors such as Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster, Annie Lennox, Steve McFadden, Kerry Katona, Patsy Palmer, Ben Elton & Julian Lennon.

PP main   18 golf courses including the championship golf course at Santa Ponsa I formerly used as a venue on the professional European Golf Tour.

  Leisure facilities to include 3 water parks, 54 hole floodlit mini golf, a dolphinarium and marine park, sophisticated casino, beautiful subterranean caves, sealife centre, many excursion possibilities including glass bottom boats & catamaran trips, 2 hippodromes with trotting events and nature park. The local Football team Real Mallorca also play in the Spanish Primera Liga and play the likes of Barcelona & Real Madrid on a regular basis.

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  There are 45 traditional and colourful weekly markets and 50 local fiestas (feast days) in towns and villages across the island throughout the year.

  For the energic there are countless walks through beautiful hills and terrain across the depth & breadth of the island. Numerous water sports clubs offering everything from Scuba diving, to sailing, to wind surfing to water skiing. And sports clubs offering tennis, paddle tennis, racquetball, squash, to more traditional things as aerobics & martial arts.