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Mallorca More Than Just a 90’s Techno Song

Mallorca More Than Just a 90’s Techno Song

Europeans from England and Germany have long held the secret of Mallorca close to their heart, and why wouldn’t they? With picturesque beaches, fantastic food and a laidback vibe, who needs the chaos of Ibiza when Mallorca has it all? FlightHub is here to give you all the details to make your next destination trip one to Mallorca.

As the largest island in the Balearic Islands, Mallorca hosts a wonderful array of resorts, hotels and nightlife, but it’s the island’s natural beauty that steals the show. With beautiful coves and hidden beaches, the almost untouched landscape lets you imagine yourself alone in the secluded island, untouched by the busy life of neighboring islands. FlightHub suggests renting a boat and taking a tour of the islands magnificent rocky coast, or test your strength with Stand Up paddle boarding. If you’re feeling adventurous then sink beneath the sea with a diving instructor and explore the underwater magic of the island. With activities ranging from windsurfing, banana boating, parasailing and even flyboarding, you really can do it all.

At the city center, Palma is loud, boisterous and lovely. There’s always something to do and see when visiting the city. Sailing culture is a big part of the city, and Palma plays host to an international regatta every year. FlightHub suggests taking a tour of the marina and looking at the impressive fleet of competing yachts.

Though Palma is a modern city, the rich history of the island is reflected in its medieval architecture and beautiful churches. Why not stop and visit the stunning Catedral de Mallorca, or more commonly known as La Seu? This Gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral is located directly in the city center. Its unique style is credited to the restoration undertaken by Gaudi in 1901. FlightHub definitely thinks this is a must-see on your trip to the island.

With internationally renowned yachting championships, vibrant nightlife, and top quality restaurants, the city is a playground for those with diverse interests and tastes looking for fun and relaxation.

Mallorca Banyalbufar

If you’re looking for a quieter stay on the island, then make Banyalbufar your destination. On the westerns side of the island, enjoy magnificent views of the Tramuntana Mountain and the endless sea all at your windowsill. Only a 45 minute drive from the city, escape the noise and chatter to picturesque hilltop villas and dazzling crystal blue waters. Neighboring other local communities, those visiting Banyalbufar have the opportunity to shop, eat and play like the locals do. Though there are quaint and simple hotels in the village, the best way FlightHub thinks you should experience Banyalbufar is by renting an Airbnb. Get the inside scoop on the best local restaurants and activities your host and enjoy! Spend the weekends in the pop-up markets in neighboring villages, or take a short hike to secluded beaches. The village is also a cyclist’s dream, with dramatic hillsides and plenty of paths to explore and conquer.

Thinking of making Mallorca your next travel destination? Then check out FlightHub Review and see what others are saying about this beautiful island in the Mediterranean Sea!

About Will Tang

Will is a travel blogger writing for Going Awesome Places. Since quitting his consulting job in 2012 he's been travelling the world and along the way writing about his epic adventures and taking amazing photos. His true passion lies in telling stories, inspiring others to travel, writing detailed trip itineraries for others to follow and providing helpful tips and tricks to travel better. Also the founder behind Travel Blog Breakthrough and freelance writer for Hipmunk and currently working on the #‎HipmunkCityLove Project.

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