The largest island of the Balearic group
Mallorca from Latin insula maior, later Maiorica – “the larger island”, (compared to Menorca) is an island belonging to Spain in the western Mediterranean Sea, about 170 kilometers from the Spanish mainland near Barcelona.
Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic group, consisting of the Gymnesians and the Pityuses, which forms an autonomous community within the Spanish state. Mallorca is home to the capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma. The official languages are Catalan and Spanish. In addition, Mallorca is also the largest island belonging to Spain and the seventh largest Mediterranean island.
Mallorca’s climate offers an average of 300 days of sunshine per year. Warm summers and mild winters, where temperatures rarely fall below 12 degrees, are perfect conditions to enjoy outdoor life and sports all year round.
Mallorca’s attraction lies in its varied landscape with completely different areas. The great combination of sea and mountains pleases many visitors to the island.
The importance of the island has continued to increase due to its easy accessibility from the main European airports, even in times of corona virus. Especially in times full of challenges shows the high value of Mallorca as a safe real estate location.
Mallorca has an elaborate, fast network of highways that connects Palma with the most distant points of the island within an hour and a half by car. The excellent internetconnections also make it possible to work from home and plan longer stays in Mallorca.