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Majorca (Mallorca) Tourist and Travel Information Guide

Welcome to Mallorca-Now with the latest information on the Island's resorts, hotels, holiday rentals, flights, transport, restaurants and attractions plus a guide to Living in Mallorca


Mallorca is the largest and most densely populated of the four Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera) which form the Spanish Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, east of mainland Spain.

The Island has been one of the most popular holiday destinations for many years, however current figures indicate that many tourists are now choosing to travel to cheaper competitive destinations such as Turkey, Greece and Tunisia. This is mainly due to unbelievable cut-price offers on Package Holidays which are proving too hard to resist for those on a tight budget. We are confident that Mallorca Tourism will remain strong and competitive throughout this change!

New for 2019 will be the ability to be able to reserve a Private Holiday Rental Apartment for the very first time under the latest Tourism Regulation set by the Conselleria of Tourism. Already some properties can be reserved with more becoming available very soon.

View from El Toro to Illa d'es Malgrat                       Palma Nova (Palmanova)

View of Illa d'es Malgrat  from El ToroPalmanova beach


What's in a Name?

Mallorca or Majorca, we know can be a bit confusing. 

The locals refer to the Island as 'Mallorca' from the Catalan language frequently spoken. Lessons in s