Early springtime could be considered one of the prettiest times of the year to visit Mallorca when the almond trees that carpet the island begin to sprout fragrant blossom.
If you are looking for a memorable experience to start the new year on a high, head to Palma in mid-January to visit the Fiesta of Sant Sebastia.
Void of the crowds of the summer months, winter on the Balearic Islands reveals its natural beauty, rustic charm and old traditional ways. The average temperature is around 10 degrees, but can rise to 15 degrees at midday, providing a comparatively warmer climate to escape to. This is the time of year for hiking, renting
July and August are great months to go on holiday to Mallorca. Not only is the weather sizzling hot, the sangrias and cervezas ice-cold and the beaches in tip-top condition, but a string of music greats are lining up to join in the ‘Mallorca Rocks 2012” event, guaranteed to rock the island and its inhabitants
According to the Spanish National Airports Authority (AENA), in 2011, approximately 22.7 million tourists flew to Palma Airport throughout the year, a 7.6% increase compared to 2010. Given this significant rise in the number of travellers visiting the island of Mallorca in the last 12 months, it stands to reason that tourism in Majorca is thriving.
New research has uncovered that the best value villa holidays are in Portugal and Spain. According to the Self Catering on a Shoestring Report, which was carried out by the Post office and Meon Villas, Spain and Portugal offers the best value for money in terms of purchasing food and drink from supermarkets on self-catering
Andalucia has played an essential role in the most spectacular chapters of Spanish history. It is a region characterised by extreme variables in landscape and climate. But what really makes Andalucia stand out from other Spanish regions, is the tasty snacks they compassionately provide for free in many of the bars when you order a
There are many highlights to holidaying in Majorca, but one of them has to be the remarkably juicy fruit the island produces, which is notably better than the fruit we buy in the UK. Tomatoes, peaches and melons have to be the fruit which is considerably tastier on the island of Majorca or anywhere else
If you’re seeking a perfect mix of some of the most tranquil beaches, countryside, culture and entertainment then Majorca could be the ideal destination for YOU! Don’t worry; we’re not going to sell it too hard (the island does that for itself)… but we are going to share our top 5 things to do in
We discovered a fantastic walk on nymcam.co.uk around the stunning Boquer Valley in Majorca and felt the urge to share it with you. It’s a 4 mile ‘off the beaten track’ walk with some breathtaking views. See the full walk here. The walk starts just outside the Oro Playa holiday apartments, Puerto Pollensa, along an