Are you planning to visit Mallorca, Spain? Read our Mallorca tour information before you leave.
Mallorca Holidays – Overview:
Mallorca is one of the biggest islands in the Balearic Island archipelagos in Spain. It is located in the Mediterranean Sea. Mallorca has a mass of 3460 square km. It has 550 km of coastline. Most of the Northwest and the Eastern regions is mountainous.
Mellorca Tourist Attractions: Mallorca has 39 popular beaches with white sand and crystal clear waters. Besides just the beaches, Mallorca is known for its architectural sights, like most of Spain is. It has exquisite cathedrals and structures throughout the island. They have a popular Jazz festival that takes place annually. Mallorca also has their version of the Grand Canyon. You can golf on the beautiful coastal courses or tour their leather factories.
Stunning Caves: Mallorca underground caves with lakes are major tourist attractions. Although there are around 200 such caves in and around Mallorca, only few are open for tourists.
Marineland Amusement Park: The dolphin show at Marineland water theme park is something which you don’t want to miss. Other attractions in this water theme park at Mellorca include sea lion show and parrots show.
Cathedral Palma at Mallorca, Spain
While you are at Mellorca try the local cuisine and definitely the wine. Mallorca has a lively nightlife. Most locals go out late at night until the early mornings.
Mallorca Facts: In Spain, they have two official languages that are taught in schools. These languages are Spanish and Catalan. In Mallorca they speak a dialect that is called Mallorquin. Mallorquin is based on the sub-dialect of Balear which is a type of Catalan. In the more densely populated tourist areas, people speak English, French, and German. There is an airport right on Mallorca in the mid-western part of the island called Palma de Mallorca. The population is 702,000. Around 5 million tourists visit the area a year. The currency is the Euro, which 1 Euro equals 1.33 USD.
Climate and Best Time to Visit Mallorca:
Mallorca has a Mediterranean climate. The rainy season is in October and November with a 430mm average. May to October is good times to visit, with July and August being fairly crowded due to tourists. Mallorca’s minimum temperature is 46 degrees Fahrenheit and the maximum average temperature is 84 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Map of Mallorca, Spain