Discover Rural Mallorca
Not all of Majorca’s most appealing holiday destinations are along the coast, if you move inland you can experience some of the delights of rural Majorca. To the west of rural Majorca are the Tramuntana Mountains which offer dramatic and magnificent views. Rural Majorca is set among olive groves, vineyards and ancient churches offering a laidback alternative to the hustle and bustle of the coastal resorts
Rural Mallorca Holidays
Being inland, rural Majorca doesn’t have any beaches, but not too far away are the beaches at Puerto Pollensa and Puerto Soller. Both of these resorts have magnificent golden sandy beaches with crystal blue waters which will provide you with the perfect location to relax unwind and soak up the sunshine.
Head to the pretty inland village of Alaro on your holiday to Rural Mallorca, located in the north east of Majorca, it is just 12km from Inca and 25 km from Palma. Take a walk around the countryside or try your hand at cycling or pick up your hiking boots.
Explore the island
For those who love the outdoors there is plenty to do and see in rural Majorca. Home to the famous S'Albufera Nature Reserve as well as the Cala Mondrago Nature Park, Majorca boasts a rich natural heritage and nature lovers have plenty of opportunities to observe and photograph the island's exotic array of bird, animal and plant life. Known for its scenic golf courses, the island offers a relaxed setting where golfing enthusiasts can challenge their putting and driving skills. The vineyards and almond groves are also worth a visit.
This is perfect to experience some true traditional Spanish culture and there are plenty of restaurants with a quiet and friendly atmosphere where al fresco dining is on the menu with spectacular mountain views!
If you’re after a good beach on your holiday in Rural Mallorca, head to the coast at Palma Bay or the excellent long sandy beach in Alcudia. Why not try some of the water sport facilities on offer such as scuba diving or head to the excellent water park – the kids won’t want to leave.
You could hire a car on your holiday to Rural Mallorca and head to the fascinating town of Palma to see the Gothic Cathedral or the museums. If you’re lucky enough to visit Alaro between the 10-16th August, the village comes alive on the annual fiesta week with dancing devils and fireworks. So for an excellent holiday in the sun with something to suit everyone, make it a holiday to Rural Mallorca!
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