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Small but perfectly formed, Mallorca offers something for all. Quiet coves sit alongside party resorts, both at the foot of the island's splendid landscape of mountain villages. Rent a car in Mallorca and explore the authentic culture of the numerable towns or find yourself a secluded beach with only the waves for company. Car rental gives you the freedom to explore at your own pace, set your own itinerary and make your time on this glorious island personal to you.

It's your choice: Where to go in Mallorca

Mallorca is the largest and most populated of the Balearic Islands and it lies to the east of the Spanish mainland in the clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The island is served by one large airport with regular flights from the United Kingdom as well a number of European destinations. Upon arrival in the Spanish sunshine, a number of transport options, in addition to car rental services, are available to both the capital Palma and the towns and resorts across the island. Despite its diversity, Mallorca is small and even a trip to the far side of the island doesn't take much longer than an hour. Temperatures are agreeable throughout the year in Mallorca with guaranteed glorious sunshine and long days in the summer. Majorca holidays also promise mild clement weather during the winter

Things to do in Mallorca

Palma De Mallorca – The majestic capital of Mallorca is the perfect place for cosmopolitan types to shop, dine and drink in some of the island's trendiest establishments. Also rich in cultural heritage, attractions in the city include the medieval cathedral, the Almudaina Palace and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Puerto Pollensa – This quaint town at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains is a secluded enclave of traditional Spanish culture, a world away from the livelier resorts Mallorca is famed for. Cala d'Or – This south-easterly stretch of coastline is fringed with small coves. Hike up to Santueri Castle at the north end of the vicinity for sweeping views over the beaches and villages. Alcudia – Located in the north of the island, Alcudia boasts long stretches of golden beaches as well as an impressive old town with its meandering streets and picturesque market squares.

Important info about Mallorca

Despite its small size, Mallorca is a richly diverse island. The spectacular coastline boasts both long stretches of golden sand and pristine coves with turquoise blue waters. The surrounding sea is a prime location for keen snorkellers and scuba divers, with an eclectic array of coral and underwater life to discover. There are several dive schools located across the islands with the majority centred around the capital Palma and along the east coast. The interior of the island is primarily an undulating landscape peppered with small, traditional villages which often go undiscovered by the average visitor to Mallorca. You can easily explore the mountainous landscapes when you rent a car in Mallorca, with a drive across the island taking around one hour. The Drach Caves on the eastern coast are another natural highlight and are a spectacular sight boasting the world's largest underground lake.

Weather in Palma
Facts
Country Spain
Language Spanish
Currency Euro
Time-Zones CET
Country Code +34 971

Good to know

In Mallorca, vehicles drive on the right-hand side of the road and all speed limits are designated in kilometres rather than miles. The speed limit when travelling on motorways is 120km per hour with 40km per hour being the maximum when driving through small villages. The minimum age to rent a car is 21 and it is important to check what specifications are required before you arrange to rent a car in Mallorca. The blood alcohol level is 0.5 milligrams of alcohol per millilitre of blood. It is important to note that this is less than in the United Kingdom where the legal limit is set at 0.8. Yellow lines on the street tell you that you are not permitted to park, while blue indicates that a ticket is required.

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Our tour suggestion for Mallorca

Pick up a map of Majorca and explore its many fantastic drives, with all hotels in Majorca are just a stone's throw from a thrill scenic drive. Explore the often overlooked west coast with a drive from Andratx to Soller. After exploring the watchtowers in Andratx, take the winding coastal road to Estellencs with its historic cobbled streets and, if time permits, hike Mount Galatzo. Make a stop in Banyalbufar or Deià before finishing in picturesque Soller and paying a visit to The Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences. Alternatively, discover the interior of the island with a drive from Petra to Vilafranca. Stop at Porreres, Llubí, San Pobla and Sant Joan along the way to immerse yourself in the traditional heart the Balearics.

What to taste in Mallorca

Food in Mallorca is inspired by both the Spanish mainland and its own island heritage. Start the day with a deliciously sweet Enssaïmada. This pasty-like cake covered sprinkled with icing sugar goes perfectly with a fresh coffee for an authentic if slightly calorific breakfast. Lunchtime treats include Coca de Trampó (a type of vegetarian pizza) and Pa'amb Oli (a piece of garlic bread with salty cured ham and fresh olive oil). Tapas is also a staple of Majorcan cuisine with an array of dishes such as meatballs, calamari and patatas bravas on offer. Dinner is an equally delicious affair. A few of the most popular authentic Mallorcan dishes to sample are Paella, fresh seafood caught that day from the surrounding Mediterranean and Lechona, a whole roasted pig which many local restaurants serve once a week. Sample the refreshing local beers and delightful Spanish wines for the perfect accompaniment to any meal in Majorca.