If you head down to Palma towards Moll Vell in April you will see large tents being erected and lots of yachts being prepared by harassed looking captains and crew for the biggest nautical event on the island – the Palma International Boat Show.
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One of the many perks that I see to living in Mallorca (other than the obvious glorious sunshine and proximity to the sea) are the many fiestas that this island has throughout the year. If you are unfamiliar with the term ‘fiesta’, it basically means ‘party’ and this island certainly knows how to throw one!
Mallorca has so many must-visit destinations that you will be spoilt for choice on your holiday! The beaches here range from large and glorious white sandy beaches to smaller rocky beach stretches and secluded coves. There is something for everyone to be able to enjoy the Spanish Coastline with its gusting breeze, briny waves, and soft beach hues.