Why Mallorca is the perfect holiday destination


Welcome to the gorgeous sunkissed Mallorca, the beautiful island whom you will fall in love with!The largest of the Balearic Island, Mallorca is part of Spain, but it definitely has a different vibration, with more rugged landscapes, lush wooded hillsides and craggy cliffs, yet preserving the Spanish touch, alongside with the Arabic and Roman influences.

There are so many wonderful places to be admired on this charming island, that time will seem to be compressing and to be flying away. No worries, if you clearly set your itinerary, you won’t miss the marvels of this beautfiful adventure of Mallorca.

Situated int the northern Mallorca, Deia is simply a heavenly destination, a living paint we can get to enjoy while visiting the island. The breathtaking views of this small village has drawn over the years artists from all over the world, such as Robert Graves, who wrote Hercules in this fascinating place and also Anais Nin, whose stories were born in 1920 from this corner of the Mediterranean.

Of course, Pollença is also known for its old buildings interspersed with cobblestone narrow streets and the impressive main square, which attract lots of tourists every year.
Pollença is also famous for its bustling port and beautiful bay of mesmerizing deep blue seas. In the shadow of the Pollença and Calvari Mountains, the charming medieval town has two important churches. Nuestra Señora de los Angeles (Our Lady of Angels) is the town’s 18th-century parish church built on the site of a 13th-century church. From here, a cypress-lined staircase of 365 steps leads up the Iglesia de Puig del Calvari, a Baroque pilgrimage chapel. You cannot miss the historic center of town, which is only a few steps away from the beaches.

The traditional Mallorcan village of Sóller is a very popular destination, due to its numerous attractions, especially the 1912 narrow-gauge train, which takes tourists on a daily basis on a ride through the gorgeous landscape. The town has several important historic monuments including the 14th-century parish Church of Sant Bartomeu, a monument dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and Sa Capelleta Monastery off Lluc road.
Nestled into the valley, the Port of Sóller has a picturesque marina with glistening verdant hillsides. What an amazing destination!

In a picturesque setting between the Tramuntana Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, the historic village of Valldemossa is filled with mystery and charm. Narrow cobblestone streets are flanked with old houses punctuated with lush greenery and flowers in front. Images of St. Catalina Thomas adorn many doors, because Valldemossa is her birthplace, the island’s only saint.
The Real Cartuja de Valldemossa, a magnificent Carthusian monastery, was built in the 14th century on the site of an ancient Moorish Alcázar. The pianist Frédéric Chopin and novelist George Sand spent the winter of 1838-1839 at the monastery, and the room they rented is now open to the public. During the time they lived here, Chopin composed “Raindrop Prelude” and other works, and George Sand wrote her famous book, “A Winter on Majorca”.

Mallorca is such a dream we could endlessly live, lost between groves of orange, olive trees and lush unique vegetation, dancing along its fascinating wavy curves, becoming a memorable holiday destination.
It’s definitely worthy to be visited together with family and friends, always relying on Mallorca Low Cost Transfers, for infinite beautiful trips!