There is something of a revolution going on in the Balearics, and particularly on the island of Mallorca. Gone is the emphasis on package deals and charter flights; instead, a more discerning traveller is being lured into booking luxury Mallorca holidays, both in the capital, Palma, and further afield, by a sudden explosion of boutique hotels and much improved airline schedules. The island has also retained much of its natural beauty, with fishing villages, un-spoilt beaches, secluded coves and great restaurants beyond the obvious fun and sun seeker spots. Palma itself has enjoyed a serious revamp
and warrants a city break in its own right but there are some excellent luxury hotels spread across Mallorca from the beaches of the North East and the lovely coastal town of Deia. Mallorca has a fabulous array of hotels from converted fortresses to chic boutique properties in the capital, Palma, but this is also a destination to explore beyond the perimeter of your hotel, with beautiful mountains to explore on foot or bike and a lovely coastline to see from the sea by boat charter.
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What can you find in Mallorca that you can't find elsewhere ?
The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca brings in flocks of people year after year who want to enjoy a sun, sea and sand getaway in the Mediterranean. However, venture just a little further off the beaten track and you'll find quaint, authentic villages that are untouched by time; mountains waiting to be explored on foot; and fresh, tasty cuisine with local produce and traditional flavours. Visit one of its hundreds of mills that were once used to grind corn but are not restored to be used as guesthouses or charming restaurants for an unusual stop on your Mallorca holiday.
Who are Mallorca holidays best for ?
Mallorca is an excellent family getaway, whether you want a traditional beach break for your and your tots, or an off-the-beaten-track adventure on a multi-generational holiday with an idyllic villa and lots of exciting activities each day.
The best ways to discover Mallorca
Mallorca has a number of different accommodation options, from super luxurious private villas where you'll be attended to by your own staff, to homely and quaint B&Bs. We can handpick the one that best suits you to ensure you have the best time possible on your trip. We can organise tours and activities such as hiking, yoga and foodie explorations, or organise a hire car for you to explore at your own pace.
Special things to do in Mallorca
Tour the markets that pop up in each town and village.
These traditional markets will give you an excellent insight into daily life on the Balearic island, and hold plenty of opportunity to sample some local culinary treats, from fresh salads to freshly-pressed olive oil with warm bread, all washed down with a glass of wine. Treat yourself to trinkets made by local craftspeople, and soak up the warm Mediterranean sunshine.