Mallorca is fantastic spot for water sports, hiking, exploring coastal streets with charming vendors, and eating. With quaint hillside neighborhoods, Mallorca gives you the feeling that you're truly experiencing a local town, rather than a tourist spot. The cathedral, Le Seu, is not to be missed, as is the surrounding square and local life. When deciding how to maximize your days here, Mallorca Island hotels will be able to provide suggestions based on your budget and interests. You can also look for cheap hotels in Mallorca Island when the weather is rainy, or during the off-season. Because Mallorca has so many options for culture, recreation, and history, local tour guides are a great resource for making the most of vacations to Mallorca Island.
In Mallorca, rich flavors and fresh seafood are the staples of many dishes. This is a culture that takes great pride in the quality of their cuisine. And Spanish hospitality is second to none—Mallorca is full of family-owned restaurants that are right on the water, and the owners will often be the ones working there. Head to downtown Palma de Mallorca for the best dining options and most happening clubs, or, for a more laid back evening, keep your toes in the water and a drink in your hand on the beach.
If you're ready for scrumptious Mediterranean dishes and scenic beaches, get ready for your trip to Mallorca! Travelocity can help you find flights to Palma de Mallorca that are convenient from mainland Spain.