Beautiful Mallorca

Beautiful Mallorca

Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean and it is perhaps one of the ‘world´s best kept secrets’

Warm climate

The Island has a warm climate with around 300 days of sunshine annually and it is possible to enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, golfing, sailing or cycling all year round

The winters are mild and the summers are generally not too hot, apart from July and August when temperatures can reach into the 30´s. The months of September and October are beautifully warm without being too hot and it is possible to sunbathe often well into November and even December. January is normally the coldest month with temperatures around 14 degrees.

However it is not long before Spring arrives and a highlight every year is the blossoming of the Island´s Almond Trees that grow naturally everywhere, covering the countryside in wonderful pink and white flowers from February onwards.

Tramuntana

Restaurant scene

The Island has a thriving restaurant scene and has some truly unforgettable places to eat in stunning locations. It caters for all tastes and budgets and offers an amazing range of international food ranging from traditional Mallorcan dishes, local seafood, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Thai, Japanese and boasts several Michelin starred restaurants.


For avid sightseers there are so many fascinating places to visit it is impossible to mention them all. Lluc Monastery is the island’s most sacred site and is set in a spectacularly beautiful location in the Tramuntana Mountains surrounded by oak and pine forest land.

- Clive and Sarah Bowers -