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Lonja de Mallorca

Lonja de Mallorca

Lonja de Mallorca also know as Lonja de Palma de Mallorca or Sa Llotja is considered to be one of the masterpieces of architecture of Gothic in the city. There are four naves housed in the monument which are bifurcated with six helical columns. The main feature of the monument is its interior styling, designing and architecture. Its gateway is also arched.

Cuevas del Drach

Cuevas del Drach

Cuevas del Drach also known as Coves del Drac and Dragon Caves are a group of four caves that are located on the island and are named as Cave of the French, Black Cave, Cave of Luis Salvador and White Cave. The caves are believed to be formed by the flow of water at the entrance of the Mediterranean Sea while some other groups believe in other different stories. An underground lake named as the Martel Lake is also situated in one of the caves. The caves can be visited by the public and count as one of the most popular attractions of the island.

Torrente de Pereis

Torrente de Pereis

Torrente de Pereis also known as Sa Calobra is a nature preserve comprising of a water body, a beach and a few peaks. The beach has amazing views and a number of enjoyment possibilities. You can spot a lot of pigeons on the beach on the rocks. The water is crystal clear and cool. The preserve awaits some of the most gorgeous views of the peaks with water around. Hiking is also available along with a number of water sports to endure.

Travelling to Mallorca, Spain

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Mallorca, also known as Majorca is one of the largest islands of the Balearic Islands. Palma is the capital of the island. The island is surrounded with water bodies and loaded with greenery to give you a total change from your daily routine to enjoy and have fun. Bring yourself and your family to enjoy at one of the most famous holiday destinations and entertain yourself at amazing beaches and in recreational activities including scuba, snorkelling and much more.

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Mallorca Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be booked easily both offline and online. Booking tickets is easier online as it saves time and you can be sure of getting a booking beforehand. You can book tickets for this city through this website and also make payments thereafter, safely and securely.

How To Get Around?

You can take the metro to get to the main attarctions of the city. The LINE 4 tram has access to almost all the places. You can also rent a bike or a car to schedule your trip accordingly. Public buses or tour buses are also available to get to your favourite destinations. You can travel to nearby places on foot.

What Should I Wear?

There is no specific dress code for the city. You may carry a mix of clothes both in formal and casual. Get a pair of comfortable shoes and also heels. Carry a few tops and t-shirts along with a scarf. Pack your coolest cap/hat along with your favourite pair of denim and pants. Carry layers and sleepwear for night too.

Mallorca Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The warm months starting from April are the best time. The crwod is less and the hotels cheaper. You can also enjoy sightseeing a lot.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

A guide will not be needed as this website has substantial information about all the things you might need to know throughout your trip.

How To Get There?

Ferry services are available from Ibiza and Mahon to the city. You can also take trains from Barcelona or Madrid. A direct flight from Rosas can also be arranged.

Additional Info

Keep all your cash and travel documents safely. Do not leave your luggage unpacked in your hotel room when you leave.