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Majorca, also known as Mallorca, is a part of the Balearic Islands. It is recognised for its beach resorts, limestone mountains, and remains from the Roman and Moorish Almudaina royal palace. Majorca is also recognised for its diverse landscapes and dramatic cliffs along its coastlines. The Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the northwest of the island, is a must-see during your stay to the island. The weather is always gorgeous and can hit highs of 30°.
The magnificent beaches and coves surrounded by turquoise waves are one of the key reasons to visit this island. There are secluded beaches where you may relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the water, as well as more popular beaches with a lively atmosphere. Palma de Mallorca is rich with history. You may learn about the city's rich historical past by strolling around the ancient medieval district and looking at the religious architecture. There are various museums on the island where you may learn more about Majorca's history. The Aquarium of Palma is highly recommended.
This holiday destination is ideal for families. Palma Aquarium houses Europe's deepest shark tank as well as Majorca's Planetarium! There are numerous things to keep the entire family occupied. Likewise, this can be a lovely site to come with a group of friends and to unwind and enjoy yourself!
Ryanair flies out from Dublin airport to Palma De Mallorca twice daily and three times on a Saturday. The flights time is approximately 4hrs 30mins