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Four Star Mallorca Island hotels

Mallorca Island is full of charm and possibilities, from lounging on its idyllic beaches to hiking around the secluded towns perched high up in the hills. Beyond all the busy Mediterranean resorts, you’ll find secluded bays perfect for water sports, expansive country estates, and authentic restaurants serving some of Spain’s best and freshest seafood dishes. Climb up to one of the craggy cliff tops and your walk will be rewarded by some of the best sea views in the Mediterranean.

Things to see on Mallorca Island

The Gothic-style Palma Cathedral is one of the island’s major landmarks. Designed by Antoni Gaudí, famous for his work in Barcelona, the cathedral boasts a stunning location on the waterfront. Northwest of Palma, you’ll find the stately Bellver Castle. For over 700 years the fortress has occupied its captivating site on a hill overlooking Palma Bay. Mallorca is also famed for its Cuevas del Drach caves—once inside these caves you’ll find one of the world’s largest subterranean lakes. During the summer, a quartet of musicians performs daily concerts down in the caves. The picturesque Cala Figuera district is a pristine fishing port, featuring many elegant seafood restaurants; these eateries are the go-to places for sampling the fishermen’s catch of the day. If you get too warm, take yourself off to the Hidropark—a state-of-the-art waterpark—for a cooling experience, complete with water slides.

4-star hotels on Mallorca Island

Many of Mallorca Island’s 4-star hotels benefit from views over either the sea or the surrounding countryside. In resort areas, most of the 4-star hotels in Mallorca offer full board, but you can arrange to stay on a half-board basis if you wish to experience local delicacies. Many of the island’s more rural locations feature 4-star bed and breakfasts, which offer all the usual home comforts as well as a rustic Mediterranean style. Other four-star options include self-catering apartments and suites. Whichever type of 4-star accommodation in Mallorca you chose, you can be sure that most will include an onsite pool.

Where to stay on Mallorca Island

Palma de Mallorca is the capital of the Balearics and Mallorca Island’s largest city. Here you will find many of the island’s main landmarks, like the cathedral and Bellver Castle. In the north of the island, take a trip to the genteel town of Alcudia. This is an area popular with hikers and cyclists, and there are many walking tours operating in this part of Mallorca. The picturesque old town area of Alcudia is perfect for long, romantic strolls. For small beaches and coves, head to Cala d’Or on the island’s east coast. This town is also close to nearby golf courses.

How to get to Mallorca Island

There are daily flights from most European cities to the Palma de Mallorca airport. Once at the airport, there are plenty of bus services transporting visitors to all the larger resorts and cities. Most car rental firms have desks in the airport, making it quick and convenient to arrange private transport. If you’re travelling from one of the other Balearic Islands, it is possible to fly to Mallorca. However one of the regular ferries across will be half the price. Daily ferries also run from Barcelona and Valencia to the island.

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