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Discover our exclusive hotels in Mallorca, the Balearic archipelago’s most populous island. It boasts beautiful beaches, spectacular landscapes, crystal-clear water, stunning look-out points and major examples of historical, cultural and artistic heritage. There's also a surfeit of excursions for all types of travellers, ideal for enjoying a well-earned break in this jewel of the Mediterranean.
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Our hotels in Mallorca
What to see
Beaches: Mallorca has beaches to suit all tastes, both for those seeking a more solitary, wild and natural environment and those looking for family beaches with all kinds of services and amenities. They all share one thing in common: their crystalline waters and idyllic climate. Among them, just to name a few, you’ll find Es Trenc, Formentor, Es Coll Baix, Cala Falcó, Caló des Moro, Sa Calobra, Playa de Alcudia, Cala Deià, Cala Varques, Cala Tuent, Ses Covetes and Cala Agulla. Book your holidays at our hotels catering to all tastes in Mallorca and discover them for yourself.
Charming villages: The island of Mallorca is a universe in and of itself. With a maximum distance from end to end of just 100 kilometres, it contrives to give the traveller the sense of having traversed a much larger territory, due to its great variety of landscapes and environments. It is divided into six counties, each boasting villages that will enchant you: Serra de Tramuntana (Valldemossa, Sóller, Deià...), Raiguer (Inca, Alaró, Alcúdia...), Pla de Mallorca (Muro, Santa Margalida, Algaida...), Migjorn (Ses Salines, Felanitx, Campos...) and Llevant (Artà, Manacor, Son Servera...) In the capital, Palma de Mallorca, it is essential to visit the Cathedral of Mallorca, Bellver Castle, the Almudaina Palace, the streets of the Jewish quarter, the Mallorcan courtyards, the Paseo Marítimo and neighbourhoods such as Santa Catalina, Es Portitxol and El Borne.
What to do
Sample some of its typical cuisine: Mallorca is an island with endless culinary influences owing to a multicultural historical legacy. The island’s typical cuisine is based on simple dishes, with fresh and seasonal ingredients, but with considerable flavour and texture contrasts. Among the best known dishes are tumbet, escaldums, cocas de verdura, frito mallorquín, arròs brut, Mallorcan soups, trampó, empanadas, cocarrois and, to add a sweet touch, an ensaimada, robiols or cremadillos. At our unique hotels in Mallorca we offer a selection of this cuisine, which will delight even the most demanding palates.