The Mediterranean island of Mallorca remains an ever-popular getaway, its clean beaches, upmarket resorts, cosmopolitan capital, rugged mountains and traditional villages holding appeal for all types of visitors. Mallorca has been one of Europe’s most visited tourist destinations since the 1960s and has emerged once more as one of Spain's most luxurious, cultural and relaxing destinations. We have a blog post 'Port de Soller - Let's Take a Closer Look
' if you want some extra inspiration!The island offers some of the finest 5-star beachside resorts while inland, the undulating landscape remains as rugged and striking as ever. The coast is undoubtedly one of the island’s biggest draws, where glittering, clear blue seas gently lap against the craggy shoreline and golden sand beaches. Superyachts, small sailboats and wooden fishing boats ply the waters around the island, testament to it being one of Europe’s most popular yachting destinations.