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  • Flights from Greece to Mallorca

    Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, the Spanish archipelago situated in the Mediterranean Sea. Every cheap flight to Mallorca usually arrives in Palma de Mallorca, the largest city and capital of the island. One of a kind sites, natural beauty, charming scenery and magical beaches, all combined with an ultra-high level of nightlife and many entertainment choices. And the best of all? The more than pleasant Mediterranean climate, with countless hours of sunshine and a gentle sea breeze to refresh your senses. Would anyone need more for a holiday break? Book your flights and accommodation in Mallorca and see for yourselves!


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    Information about Mallorca

    Palma de Mallorca is the capital of Mallorca and ranks among Europe’s most popular summer destinations, since it’s a city that has it all; vibrant nightlife, peaceful and laid-back spots, cultural and historical wealth, idyllic scenery, dreamy beaches and lots of natural beauties.


    It’s interesting to know that Serra de Tramuntana, the mountain range that crosses Mallorca from the southwestern to the northeastern side, was designated as a UNESCO Wold Heritage Site, under the Cultural Landscape category, in 2011.

    Once an extremely popular destination mainly for young travellers from the United Kingdom and Germany, Mallorca is now open to a much wider audience, from older travellers and couples to families.

    Airport

    The airport of Mallorca (Palma de Mallorca Airport) is located 8 kilometres from Palma, capital of Mallorca and is accessible by public buses lines 1 and 21 and taxi.

    Getting around Mallorca

    You can get around Mallorca by metro (9 stations), railway (3 lines) and bus. Fares vary from 0.62€ to 2.54€; minimum taxi fare costs 3.00€ in weekdays and during the winter 4.00€.

    Mallorca Guide

    Palma de Mallorca is the perfect place to set your base to further explore the rest of the island of Mallorca. This is where you can find most of the cheap hotels in Mallorca and it’s a city with extraordinary beauty, many points of interest and lots of activities to keep busy even the most demanding visitor.

    Allow plenty of time to wander around the narrow streets of Palma de Mallorca and head to the Castel del Bellver. This was the first circle castle to be constructed in Europe and it commands magnificent views over the bay of Palma and the Serra de Tramuntana.

    Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the History Museum of Palma, housed in the ground floor of the castle and covering many different aspects of the island’s history.

    Continue to the monumental Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, commonly known as La Seu.


    La Seu is a fine example of the Catalan Gothic style and was built in 1229 upon the site of a former Arab mosque. Its construction was completed in 1601 and 300 years later Antoni Gaudí was invited to restore it. Though the project did not go on, Gaudí’s touch can still be seen in certain spots of the cathedral.

    Take a break, by strolling at the famous Passeig des Born, ideal for designer-shopping, people-watching and lined with stylish cafes and bars.

    You couldn’t leave Mallorca without paying a visit to some of the island’s best museums:

    • The Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art boasts one of the finest collections of the largest artistic movements in history, featuring masterpieces by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Poliakoff and Andy Warhol.

    • The Fundación Yannick y Ben Jakober is a sculpture open-air museum, hosting a fascinating exhibition that mixes sculpture with other forms of art.

    • The Chopin Museum, situated in Valldemossa, is dedicated to the great artist who spent probably the most productive part of his life in Mallorca, in an attempt to recover from tuberculosis.

    • The Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation is yet another foundation dedicated to a great artist; collections include more than 100 paintings, sculptures and other works, as well as the studio and workspace of Miró, said to be untouched since his death.

    Beyond Palma, Mallorca boasts many spots of exceptional beauty and sightseeing choices. Head to places like Banyalbufar, Valldemossa, Fornalutx and Deià and take in the laid-back, serene energy of some of the best hidden gems of the island.

    Next stop is, of course, the beach. Fine golden sand and crystal-clear azure waters are Mallorca’s trademark. Not to be missed beaches include Cala Agulla, Cala Barca and Cala Formentor.

    Mallorca’s official languages are Spanish and Catalan; the Mallorquin local Catalan dialect is widely spoken, but English is also extremely popular among the locals.



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