How to move in Palma de Mallorca

If you plan to limit your visit to the city of Palma de Mallorca, a tour on foot or by public transport is the best way. The city stretches out along the sea with a pleasant promenade, and the old to...

S’ Arenal Palma de Mallorca

The city of Palma has one of the largest and best kept beaches of the island. Only a limited part of the sandy expanse is occupied by beach umbrellas and chairs, while the biggest part is free. Being...

Ses Covetes and Campos – South Coast

Campos beach is one of the most famous beaches in Mallorca. It can be reached from the capital, Palma de Mallorca, in about 30 minutes. The fame of this beach is mainly due to its colours: the shoals...

Cala d’Or in Maiorca

Cala d’Or: it might be its name, or the fact that hotels are situated very close to this beach. One thing is for sure: Cala d’Or is one of the most crowded bays. This beach is a narrow stripe o...

Vallemossa

The northern territory of the island is harder to reach from the capital, due to the tortuous streets which climb up the mountains of the inland. Protected by the Sierra de Tramunta, the north coast ...

Welcome to Palma de Mallorca!

Mallorca is able to suit the exigencies of many different typologies of vacationers. The south coast, with the regional capital Palma de Mallorca, is full of beaches and fashion villages, while the n...

Book your hotel in Palma de Mallorca

The Island of Mallorca welcomes every year thousands and thousands of Tursi attracted by the mild climate throughout the year, its beautiful beaches and great restaurants, bars and accommodation. Thr...