Attractions

Attractions

Mallorca is called the island of orange, lemon and palm trees.

Mallorca is a paradise under the sun, the sun shines over 300 days a year here

There are two official languages in Mallorca, Spanish and Catalan, which the local people call mallorquín.

Rosette window of the Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca is the largest Gothic rosette window in the world. It is also the gothic cathedral built from the smallest amount of stones but ofthe largest interior space.

Musical genius Frédéric Chopin and his mistress, the French writer George Sand spent the winter of 1838-39 in the village of Valdemossa. Sand wrote her autobiographical travel book Winter in Mallorca here.

The famous English writer Robert Graves wrote his work I, Claudius and Claudius the God And His Wife Messalina on Mallorca island.

About eight million almond trees grow on Mallorca that bloom beautifully in February

In the caves of Drach and Hams there are large lakes where boating is possible. Classical music concerts are part of the tour where musicians sail on boats on the lake.

Native inhabitants of Mallorca were champions in slingshot fights, they fought in the Punic wars.

Cave Drach