Palma, capital of the Balearic island of Mallorca
The island of countless paradise beaches and bays
The so southwest of the island presents itself exclusively with marinas, beaches and bays with crystal clear water and a varied landscape. Golf courses, international schools and – thanks to its proximity to Palma – a year-round intact infrastructure characterize this part of the island.
Mallorca, away from tourism
Fantastic mountain landscapes offer fascinating views
In the north, the landscape is dominated by the mountain range of the Serra de Tramuntana, a green country-side, long beaches and the Formentor peninsula – known for its striking rock formations and its breathtaking cliffs. Orange and olive groves, reservoirs, the imposing Tramuntana mountains and enchanting villages on stone terraces feature along the wild and romantic west coast.