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Holidays in Majorca
Búger, Costitx, Inca, Llubi, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu,
Alcudia, Muro, Playa de Muro, Pollensa, Sa Pobla, Santa Margalida, Son Serra de Marina,
Artà, Betlem, Cala D'Or, Cala Figuera, Cala Millor, Cala Ratjada, Canyamel, Capdepera, Colonia de Sant Pere, Font de sa Cala, Manacor, S'Horta, Sant Llorenc des Cardassar,
Campos, Es Trenc, Llucmajor, Palma de Mallorca,
Andratx, Calvia, Costa de la Calma, Paguera, San Telmo, Santa Ponsa, Sóller,
Sun, beach, party and ballermann, too. This is how Mallorca is known. Anyone who has not been there yet, usually only knows the stereotypes. But Mallorca is so much more!
An unbelievably diverse island of the Balearic Islands. There is so much to discover: Beautiful secluded bays, traditional fishing villages, breathtaking landscapes and more sights than you can count, all waiting to be discovered. There is something for every taste.
Drive beside flowering orange plantations, through the impressive mountains inland or along the coast with their small fishing boats. Discover magical limestone caves underground and colorful flowers in the daylight.
The attractions on this Mediterranean island are as varied and unique as the island itself.
It does not matter whether you plan a short break or a longer stay. They have plenty of opportunities to experience an unforgettable, unique stay for all tastes.
One of the best-known sights is without question the cultural treasures and the impressive buildings from the past. The center of the island is a dream destination for romantics. During an excursion, for example, you can explore 17th century manor houses. Most have been lovingly restored and maintained. You can go for a walk in the dreamlike gardens.
Alternatively, visit the contemplative Lluc monastery in the middle of the Tramuntana mountains, where you can even stay. The Castell de Santueri, in the south-eastern part of the island, is a protected monument and reminiscent of the many sieges of earlier times.
One of the most impressive architectural monuments is the cathedral of the city of Palma de Mallorca, which is easily recognizable from a distance by its height of 120 meters.
The other major cities on this Balearic island are also impressive, with outstanding sights. Everywhere you go, you will find charming cafes where typical local dishes are served, and a restaurant that offers dishes and drinks for all tastes.
Mallorca is worth a trip for everyone. History fans will also get their money's worth in Mallorca. The prehistoric culture of the Talaiot, who were at home on the island long ago, has left its mark. There are many archaeological sites and exhibitions where you can get to know the culture and learn interesting things about them.
For the nature lovers among you, a short holiday is hardly enough to explore everything.
Enjoy fantastic sandy beaches, idyllic bays and impressive steep cliffs. Take a trip to the Cap de Formentor on the north-west of the island. You can enjoy a fantastic view there. The trip to Cap de Formentor is an adventure, thanks to the many narrow winding roads.
Speaking of adventure! Did you know that Mallorca has one of the largest cave systems in Europe?
Unfortunately, only a few caves are accessible to tourists, such as the Coves del Drac on the east of Mallorca.
The idyllic places like Valldemossa or Deia are also places of interest.
Valldemossa is also home to the cultural center, Costa Nord. It was developed on the initiative of American actor Michael Douglas. You can find information here about the nature of the Serra de Tramuntana, the mountains on the north-west of Mallorca, as well as on regular cultural events. For culture lovers, concerts and theatrical performances are particularly popular. A soft drink made from almonds and a kind of pastry made from potatoes are specialties of the mountain village.
In order to be able to explore as much as possible, a rental car is always recommended. Alternatively, many hotels offer excursions for their guests.
The island of Mallorca offers a wide range of great restaurants and places to enjoy the island nightlife. The capital, Palma offers the best outings of the whole island. There are some quarters that are famous for their venues far beyond the island.
The countless restaurants and bars where the most varied live music is offered throughout the day are very popular. Enjoy the charming atmosphere and experience the city life to the fullest.
As usual in Spain, nightlife starts with a cozy meal out in public. The inhabitants take the time to enjoy fellowship with friends and family before plunging into the lively parties of the clubs. You should also do this and taste a sample. During your stay, you can also enjoy the small, inconspicuous things that Mallorca has to offer.
Many lodgings and resorts often organize evening events for their own guests. These offer a great opportunity to meet new people and make contact with the other guests. Most of them are held in the hotel's own meeting rooms, but in summer they are often held at the pool. These parties are also accessible for tourists and guests from other hotels on a regular basis.
The music style is varied, so that there is something for everyone. Particularly recommended for partygoers are disco nights with the usual Spanish disco sound of Mallorca.
In contrast to the nightly parties in the hotels and discos, stands the historic city district of Santa Catalina. It enchants its guests with the charm of a lively village and is packed with a cosmopolitan mix of restaurants and bars.
For the younger guests in a party mood, there are even more possibilities for their vacation to extensively and loudly celebrate. One of the best party locations is the over 5500 square meter megapark on the Playa de Palma with the underground megarena. In order to visit the megapark, a large percentage of celebrating guests often take a rather long trip. The party temple is located directly on the beach promenade at the Playa de Palma at the top of Balenario 5. This is where the newest entertainers of the party/hits scene from German-speaking countries appear, including Jürgen Drews and Mickie Krause.
If you do not have on-site accommodation and don't want to go so far, there are many smaller discos. A disco can be found in almost every major place. In order to compete with the larger, world-famous venues, there are several special events. For example, miss and mister elections, as well as demonstrations in dance and music.
The Pacha has been on Mallorca since June, 2010. The famous nightclub chain, which until a few years ago was still represented at Passeig Maritimo in Palma, moved into a new, ostentatious nightclub complex in Calvia with a restaurant and a lot of luxury flair.
Magaluf is another point of contact for partygoers. It is one of the party centers for English guests. There are countless bars, pubs, restaurants, clubs and dance clubs. It will be a good party here! Whether or not Magaluf is also recommended for German party tourists is a matter of taste.
BCM Planet Dance is one of the biggest discos in Europe.
Everything is offered here, including well-known DJs, gogo dancers, and laser shows until the early morning hours.
For those who are more relaxed, we recommend an excursion to the elegant and extremely discreet Tast Club, a hidden jewel in Palma's center. This is a bar, which is reminiscent of a wine cellar. High quality, delicious dishes are served. This location is perfect for a light meal in the evening or a very late cocktail.