Mallorca, Spain

  • Mallorca is celebrated for its white beaches and turquoise waters but the destination is also popular for hikers and cyclists who come to traverse the rolling hills and challenging mountain climbs.
  • While the beach holiday season is booming from May through October, the almond trees are blooming in early spring. Pale pink flowers flourish as four million trees blossom.
  • Spend an afternoon exploring the village of Valldemossa, the former home to renowned artists Frédéric Chopin and George Sand.


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Crown of the Balearic Islands

A popular tourist destination for Europe's well-heeled, Mallorca is an island off the eastern coast of Spain in the Balearic Sea. Although beach culture reigns supreme here with miles and miles of white sand, Mallorca and its local culture have been experiencing a bit of a revival with many residents restoring the island's numerous old manors, estates and fincas. With so much to do on this small island, you'll wish you had more hours in the day. Explore the olive and almond groves of Mallorca's hinterlands, take part in the many festivals that take place on the island year-round or spend your time in Palma, Mallorca's ultra-chic capital city.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    PMI (Palma de Mallorca Airport)
  • Official Languages
    Spanish, Catalan
  • Currency
  • Copa del Rey Yachting Regatta
  • Capital City

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity

  • Experience Mallorcan City Life

    Located in the heart of Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca is a stylish, cosmopolitan island city that is bursting with great restaurants, museums, shops and a thriving café culture.

    Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma. Most commonly known as La Seu, this Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral was initially started by King James of Aragon in 1229 and was completed in 1601. Enormous stained glass windows, courtyards and a wrought-iron canopy designed by famed architect Antoni Gaudí are just a few of the features found in this breathtaking structure.

    Serra de Tramuntana. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Serra de Tramuntana is a mountain range that runs along the northwest coast of Mallorca. Mountain peaks and views of the Balearic Sea for as far as the eye can see make this the perfect backdrop for a day of hiking and biking.    

    Olivar Market. Feast on local cheeses, meats and special artisanal delicacies at this expansive indoor market. Tourists are quickly becoming hip to this spot and there are a number of tapas stalls that are great for a snack.

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Travel Tips

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  • Inspirato in Mallorca

    “A somewhat large island off the coast (near) Barcelona.” says Jeffrey Regele, Hospitality Services Manager with Inspirato. “…you can really find your relaxation, your peace in Mallorca.”

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Map of Mallorca, Spain

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