General information on the Mallorca island: situation, geography, landscape, weather statistics, transport and communications, lodging and restaurants, society, culture and history.
The Balearic Islands consist of four main islands: Mallorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera, as well as one hundred and forty-six smaller islands and islets, the most important being the Cabrera Archipelago, which has been a Maritime and Terrestrial National Park since 1986.
Mallorca is the Mediterranean islands with the best air connections to mainland Europe. Their three airports have many direct flights to Europe's capitals and major cities. By sea, a frequent service using modern high-speed vessels and ferries connects the islands and links them with the ports of Barcelona, Valencia and Alicante.
Mallorca include a great variety of landscapes and scenery. In no other place in Europe are there so many settings and locations in such a small area. Barely half an hour by plane from the European mainland, yet it seems a different world: surprising and captivating.
Mallorca have one of the widest selection of quality hotels in the whole Mediterranean. The visitor can find a full and varied range of accommodation to suit all tastes: town-center, luxury, beach-front, golf, designer, agrotourism, rural hotels, spas, enchanting village hotels, etc. Mallorca offer something to satisfy every visitor's tastes, interests and desires.
For more information, visit the website: www.infomallorca.net