Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic group and lies in the western Mediterranean Sea. Many know the island as a party island for Ballermann and package holiday makers. But what makes the island so popular with German holidaymakers?

Mallorca is a versatile island with picturesque landscapes, charming places and beautiful bays and beaches. In May and October it is visited by active holidaymakers who are here for cycling or hiking.
Mallorca is well known and therefore no longer an insider tip. But the island has a lot to offer and can easily be explored by rental car on your own. Those who want to stay away from tourist crowds should therefore avoid a visit during the summer holidays. It is best to travel outside the holidays. In the low season you can best enjoy the beauty of the island with its picturesque villages and small bathing bays.

In the inland there are many quaint restaurants that are not only aimed at tourists. Here you will find genuine traditional Mallorcan dishes. We found a cosy restaurant here that we directly visited twice, as unfortunately there was no suckling pig on the first evening anymore. But it was worth to come again.