A Spanish Getaway in Mallorca


The island of Mallorca offers something for everyone – beaches, mountains, shopping, culture, history, and food, of course.

The whole island is literally a breath of fresh air.

Locals and visitors alike take in the beauty of the beaches.  With a quick drive up the terrain, you can enjoy the clean air of the mountains and the  agriculture of the island from oranges to almonds and cheese to wine.


Palma de Mallorca

In the city of Palma de Mallorca, the island’s only true city and the capital of the Balearic Islands, you can get a feel of the history and culture throughout the Old Town’s narrow streets and surrounding landmarks, like the massive Cathedral.

While this is a popular holiday destination, travelers are able to experience the pace of local Mallorcan life and get away from the bustle of bigger cities.


Flying into Palma de Mallorca
Aerial view flying into Palma de Mallorca.  You can see the beautiful beach shorelines and all the way up to the mountains
Classic scenes of Palma along the waterfront.  Blue waters, boats, and bikes.
Morning view from Palma’s balconies
Blue skies, blue waters.  This is the vacation life
Catedral en Mallorca
The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, also known as La Seu
Inside La Seu, the Gothic cathedral
The gaudy structure above the altar was created by Antoni Gaudi in the early 20th century
Capella de Sant Pere.  A chapel dedicated to St. Peter.  Designed by local Mallorcan artist, Miquel Barceló
The clean, orderly streets in Central Palma
Narrow streets all throughout the city
The quiet streets of Old Town
Driving around Mallorca
From beaches to greenery. Nonstop gorgeous views throughout the island
An old water tower
Beautiful scenery even with dark clouds approaching
The landscape scenery changing on the drive around the island
Sunset over Palma
Zooming in on the parking lot of yachts
Endless sea of boats, catamarans, and yachts
Endless sea of boats, catamarans, and yachts
Central Palma at night


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