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Mallorca Spotlight

Spotlight's hotel and resort guide to the island of Mallorca - with online hotel bookings and a complete island guide with photos and insider tips.

Golf in Mallorca

Mallorca is full of first-class golf courses, some designed by real masters of the game. The mild year-round weather is perfect for golf.

Theme Parks

Mallorca has a great range of activites to keep you occupied and entertained, whether you're looking for fun, adventure or just something...

Palma de Mallorca

A day trip to Palma is often on the ‘to-do’ list of holidaymakers – however being such a large city it is often difficult to know how best...

Mallorca's beaches

The relatively small island of Mallorca has beaches that dreams are made of; expanses of pure white sand, crystal clear azure sea, intimate...

Resorts and villages

There's a wealth of beautiful places to stay on Majorca; fun in the sun, family friendly or stylishly upmarket - there's a resort for every...

Things to do

Sightseeing, excursions, boat charter, watersports, golf and cycling are just some of the many attractions of a holiday on the island of...


On the outskirts of the city 112 meters above sea level stands a round hilltop castle built in 1309 by King James II of Mallorca.Read more
Take yourself off to the train station in Palma and enjoy a day trip on the narrow gauge railway. It’s great fun for the family, any train enthusiast, or if...Read more
Mallorca has a history of producing a wide range of products, many of which are still available for you to sample. If you're searching for the real Mallorca - you...Read more
Just across the road from Aqualand, this water park has the highest slide on Majorca, The Beast, plus regular shows are perfomed throughout the day. This one might be better...Read more
One of the easiest ways to "see Palma in a day" is by the Number 50 sightseeing bus (approximately every 20 minutes) which takes in all the major sights of the city.Read more
Situated in the narrow streets of the medieval quarter of the city is the only remaining Moorish-built building in Palma.Read more