MALLORCA

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Mallorca or Majorca as it is also called is the largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterraneanlocated at an elevation of 1,445 meters above the sea level and covers an area of 3640 square kilometers. This place is known for its limestone mountains, sheltered coves, exquisite beach resorts and historical sites where you will find Moorish and Roman remains. Vintage food festivals are also one of the attractions of this town. Palma de Mallorca is the largest and the main city of Mallorca and the attractions that make this place an ideal setting for a holiday tour include beautiful mountains, amazing landscapes, sunny beaches and mouthwatering Mediterranean food. Besides speaking Spanish, other languages spoken by the natives include Mallorqui which is a Catalan dialect. Along the 550 km coast line, there are many beaches formed by natural white sand which provides a striking contrast with the azure blue waters of the sea. You can reach Palma de Mallorca airport by plane from any major city of Europe, and then travel to the main island by a ferry boat.

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History

After the Phonecians and the Greeks settled in Mallorca about 3000 years ago, Mallorca along with many other Balearic Islands were conquered by the Vandal Kingdom of Africa in the 5th century A.D. Many Roman infrastructures were then demolished and ultimately, the Moors conquered the Islands after Islam spread to North Africa in the 7th century A.D. The Republicans attacked this Island during the Spanish Civil War but Mallorca was ultimately defended by the nationalists in August 1936. Tourism became a prime source of economic revival during the 1950’s and after a series of major cleaning up operation, this place as it stands now is the attraction of millions of people from all over the world.

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Population

The population of Mallorca as on 1st January, 1910 was 869,067 which has increased due to the influx of other settlements. At present the population has fallen due to repatriation by foreign nationals to their own countries.

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Climate

With mild winters and sunny and warm summers, Mallorca has a typical Mediterranean climate. The lowest temperature is in January when it is around 10 degree Celsius and rises to about 25 degrees Celsius in the month of August. If you want to soak in the sun with the cool breeze blowing to cool you, the best time of the year to visit Mallorca is during July and August.

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Mediterranean

Salvia Restaurant
Salvia Restaurant

Calle Palma 18 | Soller, 07100, Soller, Majorca, Spain

+34 971 63 49 36

http://www.hotelsalvia.com/

Seafood

Kingfisher Restaurant
Kingfisher Restaurant

Calle San Ramon de Penyafort 25, 07108 Port de Soller, Soller, Majorca, Spain

+34 971 63 88 56

http://www.kingfishersoller.com/

Mediterranean

Es Pati
Es Pati

Calle Soler 22, 07530 Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, Majorca, Spain

0034971838014

http://www.es-pati.com/

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A small selection from our holiday homes

There are quite a few vacation rentals, holiday homes, hotels and apartments in Mallorca. You will also find penthouses and boutique lofts.

Llubí 

ID 302424 weekly € 480
3 2 6

Llubí 

ID 315441 weekly € 1 340
6 6 12

Llubí 

ID 322034 weekly € 1 879
6 7 18
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