Mallorca´s climate is typically Mediterranean, with warm average temperatures and seasonal rains, the summer period being both hot and dry. Mallorca´s physical geography is shaped by the sea, which is deep, calm and relatively warm, with surface temperatures that reach 26ºC (79ºF) in August and stay above 14ºC (57ºF) in winter. Is the only place in the world where the temperature at the sea bed never drops below 13ºC (55ºF).
In its 1458 km of coastline, there are an array of beaches for all tastes and all very impressive. According to the official figures, there are 208 beaches in Mallorca. The majority of these are sand beaches and many of them are of surprisingly high quality. The holiday resorts are located close to some of the largest beaches, whereas other beaches are located in beautiful natural surroundings. Some of them are so isolated that they are almost untouched.
The island of Mallorca lies in the Mediterranean, off the eastern coast of Spain near Valencia and between the islands of Ibiza and Menorca. It's very well connected to the continent thanks to its international airport and regular ferry services. Palma airport, also known as Son Sant Joan Airport, is situated 8 kilometres east of Palma. It's a large international airport which serves the island and is the third largest airport in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona.
Mallorca is a guarantee of peace, beaches and nature. You will also be impressed by its spectacular artistic and historical heritage and the animated cultural life to be found on every corner. There are many fascinating alternatives spread over the island of Mallorca such as medieval fortresses, prehistoric remains, renaissance palaces and gothic buildings. Whatever the time of year, if you visit the island of Mallorca you will always be surprised.