With a total area of almost 3,600 km², Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands. Among the 800,000 inhabitants, many new residents are living here, giving this beautiful piece of land in the Mediterranean internationality and variety. In addition to the Mediterranean climate, Mallorca is characterized by strong contrasts. For one thing, the vibrant capital of Palma offers a wealth of attractions, art galleries, cozy old town restaurants and attractions of the afterlife. On the other hand, the island shows itself as a place of rest and relaxation. The breathtaking landscapes with their varied flora, hidden bays and almost alpine mountain ranges make Mallorca so incredibly varied and interesting. The leisure activities in nature seem endless: golf, tennis, cycling, sailing, swimming, diving, surfing, hiking, climbing - Mallorca offers the best conditions for all these activities.
The northeast of Mallorca is characterized by a beautiful landscape. Here, the Levante range extends over the entire coastline, creating a varied panorama of impressive highlands and beautiful shores. For example, visit the Bay of Alcudia and be amazed by sandy beaches, small isolated bays and crystal clear waters!
Inland, the beautiful nature characterizes the landscape, here countless mansions watch over pastures and plantations of almond and olive trees. This incomparable environment has remained largely untouched by tourism. Here you will find the tranquility you are looking for to enjoy relaxing activities such as golfing, sailing, diving, deep sea fishing, horseback riding or hiking.
The northeast offers a striking mix of Mallorcan originality and international flair. Historic cities such as Artà or Capdepera invite you to an extensive shopping or sightseeing tour or promise cozy evenings in the dreamy restaurants and cafés. The Cala Ratjada, Cala Bona and Cala Millor resorts, which are so popular because of their huge beaches, alternate with original small fishing ports such as Colonia San Pere.
The most important villages in the northeast are Artà, Cala Ratjada, Capdepera, Canyamel, Cala Millor and Son Servera.