Mallorca, is part of the Baelric islands and is the largest island. It is very well known for it's sandy beaches, secluded coves, historic buildings and remains as well as their regular festivals. Not only that it is one of they islands that is vistid by tourists from all over the world.
The Capital of Mallorca is Palma. Most of the city's arcitecture will make you feel like you have taken a trip to the medevil times. Must see's are:
La Seu, the Palma Cathedral
The Bellver Castle, Built by King James II
Palacio Real de La Almudaina
Lonja de Mallorca
The Santuari de Lluc Monastry and Museum
Mallorca is also known for it's more contempary and chic shopping centres, restuarants and lounge bars.
Not only that Mallorca has year round festivals:
Festes de Sant Sebastià (St. Sebastian’s Festival): The Patron Saint of Mallorca is St Sebastian. The celebrations run from 12th until the 20th January. On the 19th January, the main plaza in Palma is filled with music, food stalls, bonfires and much more. The finale is in Pollenca there is the parade of Els Cavallets on the 20th January.
Sa Rua Carnival: Dates vary yearly for this traditional festival, but it is usually the 3rd weekend in February. The streets are filled with carnivals, pardes, parties and many traditonal Sa Rau celebrations. The loca goverment webiste will update the dates, times and routes of the Sa Rua Carnival.
Festes del Rei en Jaume: This fiesta runs during the first two weeks in September. It celebrates the start of the beginning of the reconquest of the island, which was overtook by the Moors. As well as celebratinf the arrival of Jaime I at Santa Ponça, whihc was 783 years ago. From a bonfires, to parades as well as the a reenctment of the battle. This is well worth a vist.
Festa des Vermar or Grape Harvest Festival: The festivities in September are still not over! In the last 2 weeks of September, Binissalem is the centre of the festivites. The ‘Festa des Vermar’ brings people from all over the island togetheThis festival has everything from grape throwing competitions, wine tasting, grape treading. There is also servings off a traditonal called Fideus de Vermar.
La Dansa dels Cossiers: This is one Mallorca's oldest and most tradional dances. The dance group cosist of 6 males, 1 female and "the devil" and They dance to the rhythm of the melodies played by the pipe and the shawm players. (15/01, and 16/01 in Algaida; 23 and 24/08 in Montuïri; 16/08 in Alaró; 02/08 in Pollença).
Ca La Tieta is located in Buger on the Spanish island of Mallorca. This vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 11 people (10 adults and 1 child) with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms along with private swimming pool. The property is walking distance to restaurants.
Can Botana 5 is located in Cala San Vicente on the Spanish island of Mallorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms . The villa is walking distance to the beach and restaurants.