Fancy a walk along one of the many fine sandy beaches, stroll through the romantic old town centres and villages or just enjoy the vast variety of Mediterranean and international cuisine in one of the many cafés and restaurants to choose from.
Fancy a walk along one of the many fine sandy beaches, stroll through the romantic old town centres and villages or just enjoy the vast variety of Mediterranean and international cuisine in one of the many cafés and restaurants to choose from. Whether you are located north or south of mallorca island, there is one thing in common outstanding natural beauty and peace all around you, it’s time to relax. The people of Mallorca are proud of their rich culture, their traditions and their values. The the history of Majorca goes way back, from an ancient cave-dwelling culture to a popular world renouned holiday region which for many people from elsewhere has become the centre of their lives or even home.
The island will overload your every expectation. In the rugged valleys on the west coast, walkers find peace and tranquility, whereas the coastline offers welcoming beaches and miles of fun. Whether you are looking for a party town or cosy quiet marinas, spa centers or active holidays, the island of majorca offers a vast choice of possibilities for sport, relaxation and culture. You name it play golf, go cycling, go sailing, rock climbing, bird watching, or even people watching. Why not treat yourself to a fancy car or a flashy yacht? No problem, we will arrange everything for you through our Private Concierge Service and make your dream come true. The stylish white-painted beach clubs are bustling with the rich and beautiful people. Gourmets will be spoilt for choice and certainly get their moneys worth: internationally-renowned cooks boasting several stars conjure up their top-class culinary creations in the hotels and restaurants of the island. And don’t forget to try Majorcan wines have become some of the best in Spain. Majorca’s south-west is a region of fascinating contradictions. The spectacular mountains of the sparsely populated Sierra de Tramuntana contrast with the modern but romantic villages on the coast. The terraces of the villas and apartments in the hills offer breathtaking panoramic views of both sea and mountains.
Very popular too are the seaside towns of Puerto Andratx, Puerto Portals and El Toro. Stylish boutiques, pavement cafés and gourmet restaurants rub shoulders here. The distinctive charm of the island remains just the same: fishermen carry on doing their jobs, music and a whiff of local specialities drift out of tapas bars. Without any doubt, savoir-vivre is part of everyday life here. While being surrounded by some of the most exclusive properties on Mallorca.