Mallorca
Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, the others being Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera.



Hotels in Mallorca

Hotel Roc Linda Score 7.575 from 282 reviews
Octavio Augusto, 2 7.58/10
Hotel Linda is 500 metres from the beach of Ca’n Pastilla, in Majorca’s Palma Beach resort. It has an outdoor swimming pool, and free public parking nearby. Rooms at the hotel are spacious and bright. They are all en suite, with air conditioning and TV. The hotel has a bar and a restaurant, serving local and international food. Hotel Roc Linda also has a tennis court, pool table and mini golf. Nearby, the centre of Palma Beach offers many shops, restaurants and lively bars. The hotel is located just 2km from Majorca airport. The capital city, Palma, is 9km away. ... more
 
Apartamentos Pil.lari Playa Score 7.6 from 23 reviews
Marbella, 24 7.6/10
The modern Pil·lari Playa Apartments boast an ideal location opposite a long stretch of sandy beach and with wonderful sea views. Inside the Pil·lari Playa complex, enjoy facilities including reception, café-bar and supermarket. Sunbathe next to the outdoor swimming pool, with free use of sun loungers and parasols. Work out in the gym, or take a soak in the jacuzzi. You can enjoy the weekly entertainment programme, watch satellite TV in the lounge or play pool or video games. A regular bus service stopping in front of the hotel takes you directly to the centre of Palma, only 10km away. ... more
 
Hotel Aya Score 7.4 from 9 reviews
Carretera Arenal, 60 7.4/10
Try some of the local and international specialities served in the hotel’s air-conditioned buffet restaurant. When the weather is good you can also take your meals and drinks onto the outdoor terrace and admire the views over the promenade and the Bay of Palma. ... more
 
Sea Club Score 7.925 from 67 reviews
Merlera 2 7.93/10
This apartment complex is set a short walk from the beach in Alcudia Bay, Mallorca. The Sea Club has 3 design swimming pools and a full family entertainment programme. There is free public parking available nearby. All apartments offer a balcony, and a kitchen with utensils and a kettle. Satellite TV and air conditioning are also included. The Sea Club has a sauna, a fitness centre and a games room. There are facilities for snooker, darts and table tennis. Bicycle rental is also possible. Wi-Fi is offered in public areas, at an additional cost. These include a terrace and a garden. The restaurant offers à la carte and buffet options. Other services include a shop and cash machine on site. ... more
 
Summa Llorca Score 6.95 from 75 reviews
Terral, 23 6.95/10
Breakfast hours are from 07:30 a 10:30 h. ... more
 
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Private VIP Walking Tour of Valencia 4 hours

City of Arts and Science, Valencia

Your guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you around the spectacular city of Valencia. Visit the major sites on a personalized private tour, taking the time to stop for longer at the sites which interest you most.

On your guided walking tour of Valencia, travel along the city's broad boulevards and past its bell towers. Visit the city's cathedral, where you can view the ancient chalice said to be the Holy Grail; then continue on to Alonja and the Fallas Museum. Maybe your interest lies with Turia Gardens, the historical city center or the City of Arts and Sciences.

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Catalan Festivals and Culture: Human Castle Festival and Montserrat 8 hours

Catalan Festivals and Culture: Human Castle Festival and Montserrat

Travel to a town where Castellers (Human Castles) is taken very seriously: If Flamenco describes Andalucia, Human Castles points to Catalonia. It is a bit like a sport but one that requires intense social commitment. Men, women, teenagers and children all take part in this spectacular tradition, and often foreign residents can be seen taking an active interest too.

Cries of "shhhhhhhhhhhhhh" ring out over the crowd as the first towers begin to go up. Why do all the team members bite their shirt collars as they take their place in the castle structure? The exertion and effort required is substantial and spectators also feel nervous, their hearts in their mouths. Do the people get scared as they go higher and higher? The biggest castles are up to 10 stories high and a tiny child, no more than 6 years old, completes the tower by saluting to the mayor, who stands on the council building balcony at the same height as the Human Castle.

At lunch time you will travel the short distance to the strange rock formations of Montserrat Mountain. Locals say that this Mountain is the shape of the lady Montserrat lying on her back. Travel a hidden road to an off the beaten track restaurant that few people know about. Catalan sausages, bread with garlic, tomato and olive oil and roasted aubergines and peppers are some of the mouth watering starter dishes. Discover how local people eat and leave the tourist restaurants of Barcelona far behind.

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Catamaran Cruise from Alicante 6 hours

Catamaran Cruise from Alicante

Sail on the Mediterranean Sea along the White Coast aboard a luxurious catamaran.

Choose to spend the day however you please. Take a swim in the clear blue waters, or laze in the sun on the decks. Bring along your Scuba gear if you fancy a dive. The day is yours to spend how you wish.

Your day includes a delicious lunch aboard the boat and the chance to sample the famous alcoholic specialty of Spain - sangria (wine, coca cola and fruits).

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