Villa Rental and the Top Three Culture Spots in Mallorca
Mallorca is the largest island of the beautiful Balearic Islands and is part of Spain in the Mediterranean. The island is rich in culture, and its capital is Palma. Other islands within the Balearic Islands are Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera. The islands are commonly known for the nightlife, that attract many music and entertainment lovers. However, there is far more to Mallorca than just sun and partying – it’s an island bursting with new discoveries.
Why Rent a Villa in Mallorca?
Mallorca is a very popular island that attracts substantial amounts of visitors from all over Europe, in particular Germany and the United Kingdom. The two main languages are Spanish and Catalan. Once you have found one of the many ideal villas with pools in Mallorca, there is a lot more to Mallorca to be found. The island has a range of activities suitable for all types of travellers, from families and those that are seeking rest and novelists seeking a quiet space to become inspired to those in search of culture, entertainment and excitement.
With temperatures ranging between 22.5 – 27 degrees between May and September, it is an ideal island to visit over the summer months and rent a villa with a pool to relax around, as well as soak up some culture.
So what are Mallorca’s top three culture spots while you’re away?
1. Beach Clubs
Mallorca’s beach clubs are an ideal way to have some much-needed rest and rejuvenation. Beach clubs move the idea of sunbathing to an elevated level. You can relax any time of day or night, usually with a bar nearby for that holiday essential: cocktails. Listen to music, soak up the atmosphere, have a swim – there are so many beach clubs across the island that you won’t miss out, whichever one you choose to go to.
2. Dinner Shows and Entertainment
Dinner shows and private entertainment can be found at one of the island’s well-known establishments: the Pirates Adventure Show located in Magaluf. For thirty years, Pirates Adventure Show has showcased music, comedy and gymnastics with an adult-only theme. Alternatively, Son Amar located in Palma has entertained guests for fifty years with glamorous dinner shows.
3. Visit a Museum
Museums are a wonderful way to get a feel for the country’s culture. Es Baluard Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo, located in Palma, has over 500 pieces of modern and contemporary artworks. All pieces are created by the island’s local artists or international artists with close links to the island. They host temporary and permanent galleries of works.
Mallorca is an island with so much on offer for regular or first-time visitors – think stunning beaches, villas, great weather and a diverse culture, to name a few highlights. Visit Mallorca all year around for some much-needed quiet time, away from hustle and bustle.
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