Majorca – popular destination for sunny beaches, lovely hill towns and remote mountains! But is that it?
When visiting Majorca, do not stay only in Palma. That’s my best advice! This island has so much more to offer than just a busy city. Take a stroll in Port d’Andratx, hike in the Serra de Tramuntana, do your leather goods shopping on the Thursday morning’s Inca market and boost your vitamin D levels in a secluded beach in Canyamel. The best time to visit Majorca is from May to October. Although most resorts close down in the winter months, Palma is great for a weekend break all year round.
The island in extremely popular with real estate investors and I can see why. It’s the island’s stunning coast that is attracting people from all corners of the world. And all those people desire a waterfront holiday home for themself or as an investment. Never in my life I had seen so many grandiose villas as there are in Majorca! Nevertheless, for someone who is interested in silence and peace there are still loads of spots left one can make their very own. Tip for house hunters! My three favourite areas were Port d’Andratx, Cala Rajada and Son Vida! Something more safe and pretty is impossible to find!
Stock a few bottles with vino tinto on your visit to one of the wineries, spend some silent moments for yourself amongst the olive and almond groves and you’ll soon realize why this island is so highly appreciated.