Mallorca is synonymous with world-renowned beaches and coves, but is also a perfect destination to enjoy countryside, golf, culture, water sports and entertainment. There are many reasons to visit this enclave in the Balearic Islands.
The island measures almost 80 kilometres from one end to the other and is outstanding in its diversity. It has 550 kilometres of coast, where you will find some of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful coves and beaches: white sandy beaches with a full range of services, as well as small coves set between cliffs and pine groves in the north of the island. Its clean, clear waters are ideal for swimming and water sports such as scuba diving, windsurfing, fishing, sailing, and even surfing. However, these are not the only sports available: there is a range of well-designed golf courses, in harmony with their surroundings and suitable for all levels.
The countryside also plays an important role. Almost 40% of the island is protected and its landscapes are characterised by contrast. Outstanding areas include the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains in the west, with peaks reaching over 1,400 metres above sea level, and the Cabrera Marine and Terrestrial Nature Reserve, a group of islands and islets, just over an hour away by boat.