Mallorca is the biggest of the Balearic Islands located in the Middeteranian Sea. It is a perfect blend of nature and culture. On this Mediterranean island, the largest of Balearics Islands archipelago, we can find some of the most beautiful coves and beaches of Europe on its 550-kilometres coast. The Tramontana Mountains and the diversity of its flora and fauna along with Cabrera Marine and Terrestrial Nature Reserve comprise about 40 percent of the island territory and are protected by the law for its natural diversity. There you can find the reason why Mallorca always offers the best experience in any leisure activity, from diving in the clean waters to hiking and biking through the picturesque landscapes. The capital city of the island, Palma de Mallorca, is the cultural centre of the archipelago where part of the most significant remnant of Spanish history is carefully preserved. Mallorca caters even for the most demanding travellers who are looking for all kinds of adventure in one place. This fantastic mix has made Mallorca one of the favourite holiday destinations for thousands of people around the world.
I love hiking and I hope you do too! Since I’ve made it my mission to write about every activity available on Mallorca this post will be about hiking on this amazing island. You may have already noticed that you are spoiled with choice when it comes to leisure activities in Mallorca.
Mallorca is blessed with an amazing climate, crystal clear water and white-sand beaches. But that’s not all. The island is considered to be one of the best diving spots in Europe. So this post is about diving and dive sites on Mallorca.