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The beautiful island of Mallorca, the “gem” of the Mediterranean and the big sister to Menorca, Ibiza & Formentera, which comprise of the main islands in the Balearic family, is one of the most popular destinations in Europe.


Only 2 hours 30 minutes from most of Europes airports, Mallorca is a top destination, easy to reach, superb climate and a fantastic infrastructure all make Mallorca the place to be if you want to work, rest or play!


Mallorca has a population of approximately 869.067 inhabitants and approximately 50% of these people live within a close proximity to the capital of Palma.


Palma city is a magnet for the cruise ship industry as well as for many thousands of tourists and sightseers who flock to the capital to view the historical sights. Palma’s Cathedral over looking the delightful Parc de Mar is the largest Gothic cathedral in Europe and well worth a visit whilst here. Take a trip on the informative Tourist sightseeing bus, which will show you the entire city and its many sights including Bellever Castle, Pueblo Español, Almundaina Palace to name just a few. Or, alternatively, hire a horse and carriage and enjoy Palma in the old fashioned way, trotting through the old town and narrow city streets with its wonderful treasure trove of interesting and unique shops and restaurants, churches and museums.


Mallorca has the best of all worlds, great Mediterranean climate, stunning landscapes, super infrastructure, historic cities and kilometres of outstanding coastline.  Along the coastline are many marinas offering excellent moorings, restaurants, boutiques and many other facilities to entice the discerning tourist.


Celebrities such as Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta Jones, Annie Lennox, Peter Maffay, Claudia Schiffer, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Boris Becker to mention just a few of the rich and famous have decided Mallorca is the place to own a dream residence.  The ideal location to be left in peace and  “Far from the Madding Crowd.”


Not only for film stars, Mallorca is equally attractive for affluent second homeowners.


Luxury homes, villas, apartments are a great investment here on Mallorca as unlike other parts of Spain, Mallorca has escaped the property depression suffered on the mainland.


Mallorca has not been ruined by over building and ugly constructions along its beautiful coastline.  Sand, sea and sun is there for everyone, the beaches are all safe and clean and the beach of ES TRENC in the southeast of the island has a claim to being on a par with the Caribbean. Mallorca is not only a sought after destination for the beach loving sunseeker but, is also a sought after destination for cyclists, hikers, mountain climbers, golfers alike.


Golf is yet another sport which is superbly catered for here on the island. The climate is ideal for golfers and in total there are 25 top ranking golf courses at the last count!  There are two private golf courses plus the very popular Son Vida golf clubs linked with the equally famous Sheraton Hotel Group located in the residential Son Vida area.


Yachting and luxury boats whether for sale and/or charter is yet another highly popular attraction on Mallorca. There are an abundance of delightful ports and magnificent coves with excellent yachting and mooring facilities island wide.


One of the most exclusive and popular of these is Puerto Portals.


Located in the popular southwest, Puerto Portals offers a high quality international charm with top restaurants and haute-couture boutiques and ranks as one of the most popular venues for all of Mallorcas discerning residents and holidaymakers.


Luxury properties are also in high demand on this beautiful island and if you would like any information regarding the latter, do not hesitate to call in to see the Mallorca Properties Team. Their office is located directly in the centre part of Puerto Portals and the three ladies who make up Mallorca Properties are all long time experts in the luxury real estate mallorca industry.


English/German/Spanish/Swedish/Russian/Polish languages are all spoken, so there is no excuse not to pop in whilst visiting the Port.