Residents & Visitors

Mallorca Lifestyle

If you are lucky enough to be able to spend time in Mallorca again and again, or if Mallorca even is your second home, then you will certainly agree: Mallorca convinces through its diversity. Once you have fallen in love with the island, you will come back as often as possible, because there is always something new to discover.

Mallorca attracts the most diverse groups of people. Besides beach tourism, the island is also perfect for activities. Golfers, cyclists, yacht owners, divers, mountaineers, gourmets or just for those who love relaxing moments under the sun, the island of Mallorca is the perfect place to enjoy your holiday.

Orange trees, almond blossoms, delicious wines, Mallorcan culinary specialities, breathtaking nature, long sandy beaches and impressive coastlines are just some of the arguments that speak for Mallorca. There are different reasons why one always wants to come back to the island or even decides to become a resident.

Key facts about Mallorca

It is almost impossible to put together all the special features of the island of Mallorca. Here you will find a small overview of why Mallorca is so special.

  • The name of the island comes from the Latin "Insula Maior" and means something like "bigger island
  • Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands with an area of 3,603 km².
  • The island is home to millions of tourists and visitors every year
  • Every year an average of 35,000 cyclists are on the island
  • Mallorca's beaches are among the most visited in the world
  • The culinary highlights include olives and wine, as well as ensaimadas and sobrasadas
  • The 180 bays are distributed along 550 km of coastline
  • The Serra de Tramuntana stretches for almost 90 km and offers 11 peaks of over 1,000 m
  • The sun shines on around 300 days a year with an average of 7.9 hours of sunshine per day

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