Whether you want to play tennis or a round of golf, go sailing or scuba diving, mess around at the water park, visit historical landmarks or be pampered at a spa retreat, Mallorca has more than enough to keep you occupied when not relaxing by the pool.
Pollença (often spelt Pollensa in English speaking countries to mirror the pronunciation) is an historical and charming old Mallorcan market town at the foot of the Tramantuna mountain range. Small enough to walk round in a morning, it’s the perfect place to sit in one of the many cafes and watch local life go by.
If you fancy doing something a bit more active than relaxing by the pool then there's no shortage of activities on offer in Mallorca. Here we list our Top 10. Please speak to one of our specialists who will be able to discuss all the activities and experiences available and recommend our preferred suppliers.
If there is one sport that Mallorca is famous for it’s golf.
Mallorca has some of the most stunning beaches in the Mediterranean, with white fine sand and crystal-clear waters. Here we have put together a list of our favourite beaches on the island.
Eating out in Mallorca can be a real treat, with an increasing emphasis on local cuisine, local produce and good cooking.
One of the best ways to experience Mallorca’s beauty is by bike. Throughout the winter months, many of the European professional teams spend time in Mallorca training in the ideal conditions.
Catherine Hudson from Junior visits Mallorca
London on the Inside, June 2015
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