General info

How to reach here?

The fastest and most comfortable way to get to the island is by air since Mallorca is connected with 174 destinations.

Son Sant Joan Airport is the third most important airport  in Spain, from other Spanish airports and countries such as Germany and the United Kingdom.

Over 20 airlines operate in the airport and provide flights connecting to the mainland and the main European capital cities.


Built in the 13th century, its central nave is approximately 44 metres high, making it one of the tallest cathedrals in Europe.

The history of the Cathedral is intimately linked to the local monarchy. After the conquest of Madina Mayurqa in 1229, James I, who was king of Aragon and count of Barcelona, ordered the consecration of the former great mosque to the Virgin Mary as a site for Christian worship and the building of a new church in the style of that time, using part of the site of the old mosque.

The Serra de Tramuntana has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO under the Cultural Landscape category.

This is the international community`s acknowledgement of the near-perfect symbiosis between the action of human beings and nature, which has ocurred for centuries, resulting in a monumental work by humans in which culture, traditions, asthetics, spirituality and identity are merged


All these Majorcan landscapes are extolled by the magic of the sea. A sea that in its various relationships, both with the surface and by the action of man, forms a wide variety of ports, bays, coves and beaches.

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