The Spanish island Mallorca is located in the western Mediterranean about 200 km from the mainland. With a surface area of 3640 km² Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic group.
Two mountain ranges frame the island in the east and northwest, the Serra de Llevant and the famous Serra de Tramuntana, in which the highest mountains of the island lie, uninhabited for long distances.
Whoever visits Mallorca with open eyes and brings some time and patience, is surprised by the variety of natural habitats between the coasts, the plain and the mountains. The varied topography of the island with the different climatic conditions has led to a species-rich vegetation picture. There are over 1500 flowering plants and numerous tree species.
The island is particularly beautiful in January/February when the almond blossoms. Light pink and white are the flowers of the countless almond trees. On the slopes of the mountains Aleppo pines and pine trees are quite common, in the higher altitudes holm oaks. Everywhere on the island, also on the terraced mountain slopes in the Tramuntana mountains, one finds the gnarled olive trees with their silver-grey leaves.
A visit to the nature park Reserva de Galatzó is a special experience. Countless waterfalls fit perfectly into the breathtaking mountain landscape, which can be walked through on fixed paths. Here you can also see a part of Mallorca’s unique bird life. As the Balearic Islands are on the route of migratory birds from Europe to Africa, you can observe many birds. So far over 300 bird species have been registered by ornithologists in Mallorca.
Beach lovers and sun worshippers will also get their money’s worth here. On Mallorca everybody can find his favourite beach or his favourite bay. Wide, family-friendly sandy beaches, tiny bathing bays, rocky cliffs with romantic anchorages, dune rich natural beaches with undeveloped hinterland or lonely beaches for bathing fun for two.
If you are looking for culture and sights, you will find them above all in the capital Palma. The cathedral, the castle of Bellver, the Palacio Real, the Lonja, the Gran Hotel, the Museo de Mallorca, patrician houses like Can Vivot, Can Oleza, Casal Solleric and about twenty galleries for modern art, an opera and numerous music festivals guarantee a lot of variety.
In addition to the beauty of the landscape and the cultural offer, the gastronomic legacy should not be overlooked.
Mallorca – an island of peace and tranquillity, but also of life and variety. The most versatile Mediterranean island is worth a trip for every season of the year and is therefore perfect for spending the evening of your life here.
What the evening of your life might look like is in your hands. Because there are many high-quality real estates on the island. From the room, apartment up to the Finca or villa there are interesting offers here. You can also get hold of plots to make your dreams come true.
Not to forget! The boat and yacht exchange is generous on Mallorca and life on water is very in the coming.
If it is to be humid merry and omitted times, one pulls best to the “Ballermann”, also a side Mallorcas:
What many may not even know is that the Ballermann 6 is actually not a beach, but a restaurant. The six kilometres long beach of the island capital Palma de Mallorca, also called “Playa de Palma”, is divided into sections by 15 such bars. The restaurant number 6 – today it is called Beach Club SIX – marks the most famous balneario for us Germans, the Ballermann 6, which simply burned itself into our memory as a party mile of “El Arenal”.
The flights from Germany to the Balearic Islands and Mallorca are mostly direct or not at all complicated. A weekend trip to the Balearic Islands is enough to get away from it all.
Bienvenido a Mallorca!
Enjoy it! Enjoy Die Maklerei ImmobilienKultur!
Made in Germany – Spirit of Mallorca!