Mallorca, the largest of the Balearics is a magical Mediterranean isle. From its picturesque scenery; hillsides clad with olive and citrus groves, rugged mountain backdrop, (the impressive Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO world heritage site, runs down the west coast of the island), to charming ochre-coloured villages and romantic old towns.
Along the beautiful 500km stretch of coastline, there’s also more than 200 beaches, from idyllic stretches of golden sand to secret coves lapped by turquoise blue waters. Every region of Mallorca is unique. The northern region is rich with history; the western region has pretty mountain villages and the east is where you will find amazing sun-soaked beaches.
For an authentic taste of traditional rural Mallorca then head to the central region where you will find romantic old towns in beautiful countryside, a vision of olive groves, vineyards and almond trees.