Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic archipelago. It is the island capital, Palma de Mallorca, and is a destination rather requested.
The transport of choice for reaching the island is by plane. Mallorca has two airports, the main and largest airport of Son Sant Joan, has a large number of connections to other Spanish and European cities. There is also the small airport of Son Bonet used to small planes, private planes and helicopters.
In addition, the ship is otherwise fairly used, and which communicates with Valencia or Denia (through the seaport of Palma de Mallorca), Barcelona (through the port of Palma de Mallorca). It is also connected to a French town Sête from the port of Soller, a boat out once a week.
How do I move?
On the island you can get around by train, from Majorca, through the Serra de Tramuntana, Soller … Another option is the taxi, regular bus lines or rent a car, to see the island peacefully. If you want to see the city of Palma de Mallorca, you can move in Metro.
What to see?
Surely you cannot leave the island without seeing:
Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the island has many areas to visit. From Palma Cathedral in the Gothic style that some find graves of historic figures, the Bellver Castle is also a major museum in Palma, and the site of concerts is Spain with a unique circular design, the Parque del Mar where we can enjoy numerous cafes, outdoor concerts and an art gallery, Spanish Village, a theme park situated on the outskirts of the city where they spawn large Spanish cities, the Lonja an impressive building, the Arab Baths are located in the area near the cathedral, surrounded by gardens where you can enjoy magnificent baths and so on.
Sierra de Tramuntana: This line of mountains stretching from Cape to Cape Formentor Sa Mola in Andratx. In this range we can observe many species of animals and native plants.
Cuevas del Drach, Hams: many rocky coves that are the delight of people in love with hiking.
The most visited beaches in Tenerife:
Playa del Mago: beautiful cove and beach of fine white sand and crystal waters. It is situated in Calvia. Some tourists practice nudism.
Cala S’Almunia: pretty bay, rather than beach, looks like a saltwater pool.
Playa del Puerto Alcudia to the north of the island, a beach of fine white sand busiest areas and some more virgins.
Playa Es Trenc: one of the pristine beaches of the island. Located in the Campos Salobrar, a paradise but only for practitioners of nudism.
Cala Llombards: a beautiful beach in Mallorca, with the islet of Es Pont as landscape.
Playa Camp de Mar Andratx beach in a beautiful, unspoiled cove with a small but more urbanized than others.
Playa de Formentor, one of the most beautiful places on the island and a beach with crystal water completely.
Finally you staying in apartments, bungalows, hotels, beach houses…