Mallorca is made for active people who like to walk. In autumn and spring, the rambling weather is perfect and invites you to experience the island actively and enjoy its beauty on varied tours. The multi-faceted richness of the landscape and hiking opportunities is unrivaled. The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is, of course, a popular destination for walkers and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and awaits with several peaks over 1,000 metres high.
The island is improving its facilities for handicapped people. The forerunner is Palma with offers for tourists with limited mobility like tours of the old town and even watersport possibilities that are all barrier-free. Things are starting to move – even though there is as yet no complete accessibility for the handicapped. The Balearic government […]
Golfing is one of the most popular sports in Majorca. Nearly no other Mediterranean destination offers so many and such a variety of 18-holes golfing places like the biggest Balearic Island. Numerous tournaments and events all around the white ball take place and ensure that all players enjoy the game around the 19th hole. On […]
Mallorca has a coastline of over 550 km. Due to the mostly rocky nature it offers a true paradise for enthusiastic divers. Both beginners and dive professionals can admire the fantastic underwater world with great variety of species all year round.