Mallorca

Mallorca is one of the largest islands out of the Balearics offering plenty of beautiful scenery and golden sandy beaches.  Although Mallorca is known for it’s popular nightlife with the younger generation, it still has plenty to offer for all types of holiday makers.

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At the north of the island you will find some quieter resorts that appeal to families with younger children, then heading towards the south of the island you then get the resorts that have a lot of history and show off Mallorca’s culture.

Mallorca offers plenty to for all to do, such as visiting Marineland, Waterparks, shopping in Palma to visiting some historical hot spots, or even some evening entertainment at one of Europe’s most popular shows ‘Pirates Adventure’.

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Mallorca Facts

Capital City: Palma
Currency: Euro
Time Difference: GMT +1hrs
Flight Time from UK: Approx 2hrs 40

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For sun seekers the best time to visit Mallorca is between June and September where the temperature can reach highs of 31 degrees.  But for those who prefer the cooler months then any time between October and March will be perfect.