Mallorca Hotels & more

Mallorca or Majorca, is he largest island of the Balearic Islands, which are part of Spain, and the seventh largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Palma is the capital city of the island of Mallorca. The name changed from Palma de Mallorca to Palma in 2016. The terms are synonymous and refer to the busy city center of Mallorca island.

When deciding where to stay in Mallorca, there are a few factors to consider:

  1. Location: Do you want to be in a busy city or a quiet town? Do you want to be near the beach or in the mountains?
  2. Budget: How much are you willing to spend on accommodations?
  3. Activities: What do you want to do while in Mallorca? If you’re interested in hiking, you may want to stay in the mountains. If you’re interested in nightlife, you may want to stay in a city.
  4. Transportation: Will you have a car or will you rely on public transportation? This may affect where you choose to stay based on the distances and what youd like to see/do.

Some popular areas to stay in Mallorca include Palma (the capital city), Alcudia (a historic town with beaches), and Soller (a mountain town with hiking opportunities). Port Andratx (a popular and picturesque location known for its stunning natural beauty, upscale atmosphere, and charming Mediterranean vibe).

Some of the hotels to checkout – check location on google maps to know where youd like to stay/book:

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Things/places to checkout

  • Puro beach Illetas (Beach club)
  • Lunch at Cort Restaurant
  • Gran Folies Beach Club: Situated in Cala Llamp, this beach club offers breathtaking views, crystal-clear waters, and a tranquil atmosphere. It’s a bit more low-key compared to some of the larger clubs.
  • Nikki Beach Mallorca: Located in Magaluf, Nikki Beach is an upscale and iconic beach club known for its luxurious atmosphere, poolside parties, live music, and international cuisine.
  • Paseo Borne in Palma, the capital – a prominent and elegant avenue located in the heart of Palma de Mallorca. It is one of the city’s most famous and fashionable streets, known for its historic architecture, upscale boutiques, cafes, and lively atmosphere.
  • Dinner at Latitud 39 (Port Andratx)
  • Dinner at Sumalla (Port Andratx)
  • Roka Restaurant
  • Checkout Jardín which is located in Puerto Alcúdia, Jardín is known for its elegant Mediterranean cuisine and a tranquil garden setting.
  • Checkout Cap de Formentor (visit the meeting point of the wind)
  • Explore Valldemossa  – a quaint and historic village

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