The island of Mallorca combines the beauty of its coastal landscapes, untouched beaches offering fine, white sand and impressive cliffs, with mountains and rural settings where many towns still preserve their traditional appearance.
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Located in the heart of the Mediterranean, the island of Mallorca covers 3,600 km2 and has more than 560 km of coastline made up of over 200 beaches, caves, vantage points, marinas, fishing and commercial ports.
Mallorca has excellent connections via its international airport at Palma and is just a two-hour direct flight from any city in Europe. Its small size and modern network of roads and public transport also make it a convenient and safe place to shoot.
Thanks to the Balearic Islands' tradition of tourism, Mallorca is a friendly island, perfectly set up to ensure visitors enjoy their stay, with more than 800 hotels, restaurants, museums, shopping and leisure centres, stadiums, conference halls, cinemas and a wide range of top quality, modern services.