What could be better than some sunny days, warm temperatures and the beach in the Mallorcan Summer time? Enjoying Mallorca in Winter! The island made its name world-wide as a holiday destination but those who know it well are very aware that its best enjoy in the off season…
This is why the Balearic Islands Government has launched the campaign #BetterInWinter to promote Mallorca tourism on winter. But… What makes the Winter (and not the Autumn) the perfect time of year to visit Mallorca?
Delighting in Mallorca in Winter is especially easy:
Here we explain you why visiting Mallorca in winter is the best decision you can take:
The Winter time in Mallorca is ideal for visiting villages and tourist monuments:
Some of Mallorca’s most famous tourist attractions become filled in Summer but are nice and roomy in winter, allowing for less queuing and hassle due to all the other people there.
Villages such as Valldemossa, Sóller or Deià; historical buildings such as La Seu or Castell de Bellver and natural sights and monuments including Sa Calobra or Formentor will be waiting for you instead of needing to be visited alongside heaps and heaps of tourists… Make the most and visit them in your own time!
The Winter time in Mallorca is ideal for discovering traditions and visiting its fairs:
While it’s true that many festivities and late-night events are held in the Summer, it’s during the Winter and Autumn that many of its fairs and typical traditions can be appreciated.
Many towns hold themed fairs and festivals each relating to different towns’ seasonal products, providing the perfect opportunity to buy artisanal goods and taste delicious recipes.
The Winter in Mallorca is perfectly suited for outdoor and nature activities.
Spared the fierce heat of the Mediterranean Summer which restricts options leisure and adventure out in the fresh air, Mallorca is ideal in the Winter time for revelling in its nature and its landscapes with optional thrills from an endless range of sports.
In some towns such as Pollença, it’s possible to enjoy hiking trails in its surrounding scenery, roads boasting flat stretches and mountain passes for cycling enthusiasts, bird-watching spots and places suited and prepared for extreme sports such as rock-climbing and canyoning.