Majorca is the capital of the largest island in the Balearics comprising, Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza, Formentera and Cabrera. Geographically speaking, Majorca is located to the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula meaning
it enjoys a mild climate in winter and fairly hot weather during the summer months.
Thanks to the climate, geography and infrastructure, Majorca offers a wide selection of sports activities during winter months. Some of these activities include 18 golf courses, 40 hiking routes and facilities for cyclists.
Majorca also offers visitors the chance to experience cultural tourism thanks to the ancient centre of Palma, the Cathedral, the Almudaina Palace, Bellve Castle and the City of Pollentia.
In summer, Majorca offers the most beautiful sandy beaches in the Mediterranean with crystalline waters and all kinds of sports activities on the sand. There are also international water-based competitions such as the Breitling Cup, Copa del Rey and the event of the summer " Surf Action". There are over 5 marinas including the outstanding Portals Nous, one of the most elite ports in Europe.
Majorca is able to offer sea or land excursions across the mountain range Serra de Tramuntana to virgin spots filled with beauty.
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