11 Jul 10 reasons to visit Mallorca this summer
Mallorca is the largest and most complete island of the Balearic Islands. This means that it offers a wide range of leisure and activities to suit all kinds of tastes and people. Don't you believe it? We give you 10 reasons that will clear up any doubts (if you have any) for you to come to Majorca and enjoy an unforgettable summer holiday.
A luxurious climate
When is the best time to visit?
Our island has an average Mediterranean climate, i.e. we enjoy a stable summer and a mild winter. Temperatures in winter are around 12°C and in summer they can vary between 26°C and 30°C.
But in summer things are even better: the days are longer and the temperatures are warmer. This way you can enjoy the best of Mallorca: its beaches, its stunning sunsets and its coves with turquoise, crystal-clear waters.
Enjoy the culture and music of the island
Mallorca offers a wide variety of concerts and plays all year round, but during the summer months there are many live and open-air events, as well as numerous performances of world-renowned plays.
You can also enjoy various international festivals of classical, jazz, electronic, pop or rock music - you're spoilt for choice!
Discover the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Serra de Tramuntana is one of the most visited tourist attractions and the main mountain range of the Balearic Islands, so if you are visiting Mallorca you cannot miss it. The mountain range offers a wide range of activities and routes suitable for all ages, so how about organising a trip by car? We assure you that it will be an unforgettable experience, and don't forget to take your camera with you to capture the spectacular views.
An island with a lot of history
Mallorca has many villages full of history and architectural works worthy of admiration. Many of them were founded after the Christian conquest in 1229. We recommend that you dedicate one or two days of your stay to discover the city of Palma, Manacor, Porto Cristo, Portocolom, Santanyi, Artà or Capdepera.
Did you know that there are 262 beaches around the island? Mallorca is a true paradise for lovers of sun, sand, sea and nature. Here you will find everything from wide beaches, with all kinds of facilities for a relaxing day out, to small, hidden, wild coves, where there are usually fewer people.
Take the Wine Route
Mallorca has its own Denominations of Origin. With some 70 wineries, many of them 70 wineriesand many of them are open to the public for wine tastings. tours and tastings. If you want to know more, we recommend our post where we tell you more about it and about the wine tasting routes that we organise at Mallorca Tee Time.
Unique golf courses
Our island is an ideal destination for golf lovers who want to enjoy the sport 365 days a year. The island has 22 courses, very different from each other and some of them with great worldwide recognition. To this we must add the air connections and the quality and capacity of its accommodation.
Best of all? That with our golf packages, accommodation, green fees, transfers and experiences.you can enjoy the best golf courses in Mallorca without having to worry about paperwork, bookings or unforeseen events.
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The sunsets in Mallorca are out of this world, and those who have come to see it know it! 😉
It won't be difficult to find the best place to enjoy the sunset: the small village of Sant Elm and emblematic spots such as the lighthouse of Formentor, the viewpoint of Sa Foradada, the viewpoint of Es Colomer, the lighthouse of Cap Gros, the beach of Es trenc or the Talaia d'Albercutx, are just some of the places where you can capture the best sunsets on the island.
Mallorca is a real box of surprises. Did you know that in the depths of this island there are real underground cathedrals? That's right, the Cuevas del Drach in the town of Port de Manacor are the most famous, but not the only ones. You can also visit the Hams Caves and the Artá Caves.
A once in a lifetime activity: with impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations, underground lakes, light and sound shows... A real experience!
The essence of the Mediterranean in the best gastronomy of Mallorca
Who hasn't fallen for the Mallorcan ensaimada? Make the most of your holidays on the island to enjoy the typical Mediterranean gastronomy with the most famous dishes. You can't leave here without having tried the frito mallorquín (meat with fried vegetables), the tumbet (a vegetarian recipe based on aubergines and potatoes), the coca de Trampó or the Arrós Brut ( a rice dish with meat, sausages, vegetables, spices and mushrooms) among many other delicacies.
Make your visit to Mallorca unforgettable with Mallorca Tee Time. We organise experiences for you to experience the island in a unique way.