Whether you’re into sunbathing on beaches were beautiful blue Mediterranean waters caress the sand or like exploring medieval villages, Mallorca is sure to tempt your traveler’s taste buds. Mallorca is the largest island in the Balearic archipelago, drawing holiday makers from all over. The island is part of Spain, so you’ll obviously find Spanish touches here. You’ll also find some traces of Arab and Roman history.
The island is quite scenic, with craggy cliffs melting into the Mediterranean Sea. Groves of orange and olive trees and other lush greenery add to the island’s beauty and charm. Scenic, too, but not as relaxing are some mountain roads filled with hairpin turns. An overview of the best places to visit in Mallorca: