Why visit Majorca

The island of Majorca is one of Spain´s top-rated holiday destinations, where you will find a wide range of varied tourist attractions: cultural and heritage tourism, sun and beach tourism, gastronomic tourism, winemaking tourism, and sporting tourism, among others.
Surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, Majorca hides a personal charm and an unbeatable attraction for visitors, and its beauty is evident in every nook and cranny.
The island´s villages will carry you off to times gone by: narrow, cobbled streets, floral decorations, and the sea breeze will ensure your walks are an unforgettable memory. The picturesque settings of some of these villages, including Deià, Pollença and Valldemossa, have been captivating artists for centuries, and nowadays famous faces from the world of politics, sport, cinema and fashion choose Majorca as the place for their holiday .
Moreover, Majorca has countless itineraries and routes, both along the coastline and inland, perfectly signed and featuring informative panels, which will enable you to discover all the diversity either on foot or by bicycle.
Palma de Mallorca, the capital of Majorca, is a cosmopolitan city in which you can visit historic buildings, the shopping district, Bellver Castle, while savouring the traditional Majorcan cuisine and trying the local wines.
Furthermore, Palma de Mallorca is well-known for its entertaining nightlife the whole year round and a variety of different festivals, concerts and sporting events.

Beach Cala Millor

Cala Millor
The east coast of Majorca is home to the picturesque and popular tourist destination of Cala Millor, hugged by the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean. Cala Millor boasts a beach that is almost 2 km long and a seafront esplanade brimming with restaurants, bars and shops for all tastes. A number of different establishments specialising in water sports and cycling lie in the vicinity. The Drach Caves, an underground world for nature lovers, are a 15-minute drive away.

What to see and visit in cala millor

Beach Puerto Alcudia

Puerto de Alcúdia
The Port of Alcudia is a modern spot with a busy marina in summer and a wide range of leisure facilities, restaurants, bars and shops.
More adventurous visitors and athletes can go on day trips, hiking trails and cycling routes, surf and play golf, and take a balloon ride.
In addition, the town of Alcudia lies just 2 km away from the Port of Alcudia, featuring the only completely preserved city wall in Majorca and a fascinating historic site. Nearby lies the smallest Roman amphitheatre in Spain, built in the late 1st century on the outskirts of the Roman town of Pollentia.

What to see and visit in Puerto de Alcúdia

Beach Arenal

El Arenal
El Arenal is located on the south coast of Mallorca, at the far eastern end of Playa de Palma. A mere 5 kilometres from Son Sant Joan Airport, a 5-minute drive from “Aqualand” water park and 10 kilometres east of the city of Palma, there is no better place in which to spend a few days of fun and entertainment in Majorca. El Arenal beach is surrounded by a magnificent seafront esplanade that bustles throughout the day, featuring an infinite number of services with countless bars, restaurants, shops and all kinds of commercial outlets.

what to see and visit in El Arenal

Tenerife

Volcano Tenerife

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is world-renowned for its carnival, which has been declared a Festival of International Tourist Interest and, above all, for its excellent all year-round weather. The capital is a cosmopolitan city with emblematic buildings and parks such as García Sanabria. We suggest different plans such as spending a day shopping in the city´s bustling streets, sunbathing on the terrace or having a dip at the beach.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife is ideal for taking a relaxing family holiday and enjoying the leisure activities in the stunning surroundings. .

Malaga

Malaga

Torremolinos was one of the first popular tourist destinations on the Costa del Sol. Its fine beaches, stretching for miles and miles in an almost continuous straight line, are its biggest claim to fame.
The town of Torremolinos features typical Andalusian districts where you can savour the varied local cuisine, in addition to visiting Malaga, half an hour away by car. The town has a multitude of leisure activities and boasts excellent sports and cultural infrastructure, charming neighbourhoods and a magnificent seafront esplanade.
Torremolinos is a modern and traditional seafaring town that hides one of the most delightful spots on the shores of the Mediterranean.