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Mallorca, a perfect tourist destination for all seasons

 

Mallorca, the biggest Balearic Island, offers a wide range of gastronomy, culture, active tourism and different proposals all along the year. During the summer, Mallorca is full of visitors looking for sun and beach. There´s a taste for everyone, from the great beaches of fine white sand to the small and hidden coves of crystal clear water. Summer is also time to enjoy aquatic activities, as well as an extensive cultural and leisure offer. 

 

On the other hand, autumn and spring are the perfect time to enjoy the island. The humidity and the heat cause that many species of plants have a second flowering before the arrival of the winter. Autumn is perfect for walking through its natural spaces, mountains, parks, and gardens. One of the most romantic is the so-called 'Bellver forest', the authentic lung of Palma. Spring is the time of blossoming in nature, also the beginning of an intense cultural and festive agenda that will continue until the end of the summer season.

 

However, the winter in Mallorca offers one of the most beautiful pictures that one can imagine. At the end of the cold January, its large fields of almond trees are in full bloom and an extraordinary vision occurs: fields are covered with white flowers that look like snow. Many painters and photographers come to the island just to admire this natural show, which has become one of the most characteristic images of Mallorca.

 

Text source and more information: http: //www.infomallorca.net 

EVENTS HIGHLIGHTS Mallorca

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    Spring in Mallorca

    The sun brights higher. The daylight saving time starts. The breeze begins to be warm and the villages awake. Spring comes to Mallorca and with it comes an attitude change. Also comes the joy as well the desire to go out into the street.

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  • Markets in Mallorca: a must-see

    Markets in Mallorca: a must-see

    The market tradition in Mallorca is the result of the agrarian environment of the island. The popular Wednesday market in Sineu or the Dijous Bo, in Inca, the markets in Manacor or Llucmajor have...

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  • Mallorca Castles, historical fortresses

    Mallorca Castles, historical fortresses

     Witnesses of time, vestiges of the strength and the power of kings and armies and a source of myths and legends. Castles are unique and charismatic buildings of the surrounding landscape and of the towns to which they belong.

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  • Mallorcan Culture: A very short introduction (I)

    Mallorcan Culture: A very short introduction (I)

    Mallorcan culture is rich, wide and full of history. Mediterranean civilizations that settled here and were related to Mallorca, among which we can find Romans, Phoenicians, Arabs or Catalans, had a deep influence in the island by providing it with cultural heritage and character.

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  • Cossiers, an ancestral dance

    Cossiers, an ancestral dance

    Six men, a woman, and the devil, jumps, rattles, turns, flowers, and bouquets of myrtle or basil. These are the elements that makeup one of the most mysterious dances of Mallorca, the dance of the cossiers,

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  • A place to discover (1 of 4)

    A place to discover (1 of 4)

     

    The Mallorcan region Pla has no beaches, but is full of treasures. The initiative "Un Pla per descobrir" wants to show the villages of the Pla and its appeal, promoted by Agencia de Turisme de les Illes Balears...

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    A PLAce to discover (3 of 4)

     

    The initiative "Un Pla per descobrir", promoted by Agència de Turisme de les Illes Balears and Mancomunitat Pla de Mallorca, proposes us to visit the villages of Pla de Mallorca

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    A PLAce to discover (4 of 4)

    The initiative "Un Pla per descobrir", promoted by Agència de Turisme de les Illes Balears and Mancomunitat Pla de Mallorca, proposes us to visit the villages of Pla de Mallorca and learn from...

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  • Christmas in Majorca: a tradition not to miss

    Christmas in Majorca: a tradition not to miss

    When Christmas time comes to Majorca, markets, lights, Bethelms, festivities, slaughters, traditions start to show up... Mallorca, as an island with a culture of roots, celebrates Christmas in a way that anybody can't miss...

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  • Weekly & Seasonal Markets in Mallorca

    Weekly & Seasonal Markets in Mallorca

    The market tradition in Mallorca is the result of the agrarian environment of the island. The popular Wednesday market in Sineu or the Dijous Bo, in Inca, the markets in Manacor or Llucmajor have always been the most important markets in Majorca.

     

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