Best time to visit          May - October
 Languages          Spanish & English
Currency          Euro

Experience Mallorca.

Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, unfolds its natural beauty like a tapestry beneath the Mediterranean sun. Nestled in the azure waters off the eastern coast of Spain, Mallorca is a captivating blend of pristine beaches, charming villages, and a rich cultural heritage.

The heart of Mallorca.

The island's beating heart is found in Palma de Mallorca, the vibrant capital. The Gothic masterpiece, La Seu Cathedral, stands proudly along the waterfront, a testament to Mallorca's history and architectural prowess. The narrow streets of the Old Town wind around historic buildings, leading to the lively Plaça Major, where the pulse of local life can be felt in bustling markets and lively cafes.

Things to do in Mallorca

The Paseo Marítimo, lined with palm trees, witnesses the sophistication that characterizes Marbella. Here, gleaming yachts gently sway in the marina, while international designer boutiques and high-end restaurants offer exclusive experiences. Nights in Puerto Banús, the glamorous epicenter of the city, are filled with music, sparkling lights, and the presence of the international jet set.

But Marbella is much more than a luxury destination. Its extensive beaches, such as the famous Fontanilla Beach or Puerto Banús Beach, invite you to enjoy the Andalusian sun and the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean. Golf enthusiasts will find in Marbella a paradise, with world-renowned courses that offer exciting challenges with panoramic views of the coast.

Marbella is also a haven for culture. The Cortijo Miraflores Cultural Center hosts contemporary art exhibitions, concerts, and cultural events that enrich the local scene. In addition, the Church of the Incarnation, with its Baroque architecture, is a reminder of the city's historical heritage.