Once described as a tourist hub and even as a destination for those who liked to party, Mallorca today has emerged as a five-star, supremely chic, and luxurious place to spend time when in the Mediterranean region. As one of the perennially lovely Balearic Islands, it is little wonder that Mallorca developed into a major tourist area, but its unusual geography, fascinating cultural diversity, and its appeal to "A-listers" has transformed it into a must-see Spanish province.
From the Puro Beach Club with its gorgeous scenery and idyllic setting on the outskirts of the main city of Palma to the beauty of the island's northern heights, there is much to see and do in any of the island's five different districts. Noted by Conde Nast as one of their "Top 10 Destinations to Watch in 2014", it is described as both an "alternative to Ibiza" and as an "island that has inspired generations of artists, writers, poets, musicians…"
Whether you are in search of a sleepy seaside artists' town like Deia, a hilltop treasure like Pollenca, or one of the many little villages or towns with historic buildings and charming streets, you can truly find the iconic beach holiday almost anywhere on Mallorca.