Activities Majorca are great in number because of the perfect weather, the terrain and a number of other factors. The island provides opportunities for many different types of activity: you just have to make your choices!
Here Are Some of the Activities You Could Be Doing...
Majorca is a wonderful bird watching destination as the island is located between Europe and Africa and is one of the only Mediterranean islands with wetlands. Around 230 different species can be seen at the Parc Natural de S’Albufera.
At the Parc Natural de S'Albufera, if you purchase a Targeta Verda you will be provided with free binoculars to view birds such as moustached warblers and shoveler ducks.
Spring and autumn are the best times for bird watching as these are the peak migration times.
Around 625km of Majorca roads have been adapted for cycling in Majorca.
The weather and terrain encourage professionals to travel to Majorca to experience the conditions in the winter that would confront them every year in February, as the first race of the World Cup is hosted here.
It is very popular on the island. There are many dance schools in Majorca, from Latin to Ball room dancing to Spanish dancing. There are many dance clubs in Majorca.
It has been a number one destination because of its perfect climate and all year playing condition as Majorca has roughly three hundred days of sun a year and light rain.
There are over twenty Majorca Golf Courses to choose from...
Majorca has extraordinary scenery which can be viewed all year round as the sun shines for more than 300 days of the year. The opportunity is for a wide range of abilities.
You can join groups on 5-day treks across the mountains of Pollenca or Soller.
There are miles of untouched countryside on the island which is essential for activities majorca and this is perfect for exploring on horseback.
Horse riding lessons and treks are available for adults with certain sessions for children.