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Majorca, the largest of the Balearics islands, is often likened to a ‘miniature mainland’, as within its compact boundaries, lies enough history, culture, entertainment and activities to satisfy any visitor. A popular tourist destination since the 1960’s, Majorca is still visited every year by millions of holidaymakers – from younger people looking for vibrant nightlife, families on beach holidays, and culture vultures enjoying a taste of island life – as it really does offer something for everyone.
In recent years the lively resorts of Magaluf, Alcudia and Palma Nova have arguably been the main attraction for most visitors, and while these larger resorts are well served by local transport networks, if you really want to get out and about then hiring a car is one of the best ways of exploring the real Majorca.
The islands capital, Palma, is small city full of history. You can learn about more in one of the many small museums that can be found here, particularly in old part of town, whose ornate buildings and architectural style have been likened to that of Florence, Italy. Highlights include the La Seu Cathedral, and while in need of some repair, the Arab baths give a real flavor of Moorish Majorca.
Majorca is popular with cyclists, as the varied landscapes offer a range of terrains, from challenging mountain ranges to the long flat roads. A number of hotels cater specifically for cyclists, offering secure storage and maintenance facilities. However if you prefer to get around on 4 wheels, then Majorca is a fantastic island to drive around. Winding roads pass through dramatic mountain scenery, leading to breath-taking countryside and some of the best motorways in Spain.
Hiring a car from Palma Airport gives you the opportunity to discover Majorca on your own terms. Cruise between resorts or simply take in the spectacular views, your AurigaCrown rental helps you make the most of your precious time on Majorca.
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