Know Majorca

Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic archipelago, located in the Mediterranean Sea. Like the other islands of the archipelago, Mallorca is one of the most important tourist destinations in Spain, receiving an average of 12 million tourists each year. Among them, stars of cinema, great characters of politics, royalty, renowned entrepreneurs, international artists and in general people VIP arriving in the island in the summer months to become a trend destination year after year. Without a doubt, one of the biggest attractions of Mallorca lies in that it is not only a destination of Sun and beach. The island has many natural and architectural, claims through a rich historic past which has bequeathed a heritage worthy of admiration and which greatly enriches the visits to the island. It also perfectly combines the fun day and night, with a wide variety of activities, excursions and sports who enjoy throughout the day, before you dive into long and always fun evenings Majorcan.

How to get to Mallorca the largest number of tourists entering the island through Mallorca airport, also known as international Son Sant Joan airport, located 8 kilometers from the center of the city of Palma de Mallorca. Mallorca airport has connections with the other Balearic Islands, the Peninsula and abundant charters with European countries, especially United Kingdom and Germany. Rent a car in Mallorca airport and navigate from there to your hotel, located in one of the main towns such as Palma, Manacor and Inca, before the tourist routes by all major destinations is most common among tourists to move around the island. In addition to the aircraft, it is also possible to travel to Majorca by boat from Valencia, Denia and Barcelona, as well as to the French town of Sete, once a week from the port of Soller. Boat allows you to travel with the car.

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