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Advantages and features of a beach holiday in Mallorca
The territory of the island of Mallorca includes more than 200 beach areas, the length of which is 550 km. More than 30 of them are marked with the Blue Flag, which indicates the safety and ecological cleanliness of the coast. The coastline of the island is dotted mainly with coniferous trees and oak groves, surrounded by rocky cliffs.
In summer, the air warms up, on average, to + 30 degrees, and in winter the thermometer does not fall below +14 degrees.
An incredible number of resort island towns are ready to receive guests from all over the world. For example, the place Cala d'Or is optimal for a relaxing holiday with children. Here you can hide from the harsh wind and bright sunlight in cozy bays surrounded by fine sandy beaches and dense pine plantations.
The well-developed infrastructure of the Magaluf resort attracts with unique places of entertainment: the water park, the Western Water Park theme park, and the Poniente professional golf club.
For those who come to enjoy the healing Spanish air, it is recommended to visit Santa Ponsa, where the local beach is surrounded by a dense pine cove.
Gentle surf of the southern island of Mallorca
The largest concentration of attractions is collected on the territory of the capital - in the city of Palma de Mallorca. The main one is the Gothic Cathedral. This huge complex was built over 300 years by the best Spanish architects and builders. And in the 20th century, the famous Antonio Gaudi restored the interior. The walls of the building are well preserved stained glass windows of the 14th-16th centuries, and in the chapel of the Holy Trinity you can see the remains of the Catalan and Aragonese rulers.
It is recommended to visit the building of the once trading exchange of La Lonja, which is considered to be a masterpiece of local medieval architecture. Today, various cultural events are held within its walls, including world exhibitions.
Unusual in shape, the round Bellver Castle was erected on a hill, from the heights of which a stunning panorama of the bay and the city opens. The building, dating from the 13th century, is today the city's Historical Museum.
You can taste the atmosphere of royal luxury in the Almudaina Palace, where official receptions hosted by the royal family take place today.
It is also worth visiting the town of Valldemosa. Walking along its cobbled streets, you should look into the old monastery pharmacy.
But the Luc Monastery, built in the 17th century, is recognized as the spiritual center of the Balearic Islands. Fans of cultural recreation should visit the museum located here, which stores more than 1000 priceless exhibits, the main of which is the stone statue of the Holy Virgin Luke, which was called the shrine of the island.
How to get there?
The flight to Mallorca is carried out from Bucharest.
Travel time - 3 hours 10 minutes.
Ticket price - from 99 euros.
From the airport to Mallorca can be reached by bus. The stop is located at the exit from the arrivals hall. You need to take bus number 1 or number 21. It is important to take into account the schedule of public transport - it all depends on the time of year. So, from May to November, buses run here from 6 am to 1.50 am. From November to the end of April, buses from the airport to Mallorca run from 6 am to 1.10 am.
The interval between buses is 15 minutes. The fare is 1 euro. Tickets can be bought from the bus driver.