If there’s such a thing as the perfect destination, its name is Mallorca. Blessed with a prodigious geography, in Mallorca you can find unspoiled coves with fantastically transparent waters, or spectacular mountain landscapes with the Tramontana in the background. With an enviable food and wine scene, fascinating Mediterranean history and culture, and lively nightlife... Mallorca’s got it all. In addition to sunshine twelve months a year.
Located in the southwest of Mallorca, and consisting of three white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters (Peguera Romana, Peguera Torà and Peguera Palmira), the small town of Paguera is an excellent base for exploring some of the most beautiful villages and trails in the Sierra de la Tramontana.
On the north of the island, in the municipality of Alcudia, Playa de Muro is part of the Natural Park of S'Albufera, a place with more than 2,500 ha of protected wetlands with hundreds of species of plants and wildlife. With fine golden sand and transparent waters, Playa de Muro has been awarded the Blue Flag for the quality of its waters and the cleanliness and facilities on its beaches.
In the center-south of Mallorca, Porreres is an invitation to enjoy tranquility and nature. A traditional agricultural town with a deep-rooted gastronomic culture, it preserves 36 windmills and numerous sanctuaries, among which Monti-Sión stands out with its magnificent viewpoint over the region.