Mallorca in the Balearics
In 1950 the first charter flight landed on a small airstrip on Mallorca. The largest of the Balearic islands. The number of annual visitors today hovers around 10 million.
Located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea the island of Mallorca, Spain is just a few hour flight from many of the major European cities such as London, Frankfurt, Paris. With 320 miles of coastline and 300 days of sunshine a year it’s no wonder it receives the tourist in such large numbers. However, there’s much more to Mallorca than the beach. Palma de Mallorca (or simply Palma) is the main centre and a charming stop.
The northwest coast, dominated by the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, is a beautiful region of olive groves, pine forests and ochre villages, with a spectacularly rugged coastline.
Most of Mallorca’s best beaches are on the north and east coasts and, although many have been swallowed up by tourist developments, you can still find the occasional exception.
There is also a scattering of fine beaches along parts of the south coast.
Special interest holidays:
We are centrally located in the middle of the island on a great bike route ideal for cycling holidays with the storage facilities and the garage.
There are many great beaches within a 15 minute drive for all water sports.
The village is surrounded by local vineyards so is a great location to go and sample the local vino. The village is steeped in history and even includes a medieval church.
The area is lovely with a typical Spanish pueblo and kids park in the middle surrounded by local bars and restaurants.
The locals very friendly and welcome it,s a great relaxing way to experience living in a authentic Spanish village.
There is a large market on a Wednesday which is excellent for buying lots of local goods.
A car is recommended as it is in the middle of the island,which makes the perfect location for touring and seeing all that Majorca has to offer.
It only takes 15-20 minutes to get to any coastal area Palma and the airport. There is also a train link to Inca and Palma
To see photos of the apartment and Sineu village please click on the link below.