Its exceptional climate, whimsical skyline, cultural offering and typical gastronomy make this island, the largest of the Balearic Islands, one of the top tourist destinations and a favourite among foreign visitors, mostly those who come from Germany, Denmark and England.

Palma, its capital, is the heart of the island and we can enjoy a great variety of evening activities and nice walks around the historic centre, where we can see some remarkable monuments like the Cathedral or the Almudaina. It´s not just a coincidence that the Spanish Royal Family, just like some of the wealthiest people in the world, have long chosen the island for their summer holidays and even as a permanent residence.

However, Majorca is much more that just Palma. Visitors can choose among its wonderful coves of crystal-clear water or the impressive Sierra de Tramuntana for outdoor activities, but they must not miss some picturesque villages like Valldemossa, with its amazing Cartuja, or Sóller, Deià and Pollença, among others.