Mallorca is a natural paradise in Europe, easily accessible just a few hours plane journey away. Fascinating and captivating with its bright sunny weather, natural landscapes and culture. Mallorca has decades of experience in the service sector with a constant renewal capacity backed up by large international companies.
In Mallorca, not only can you enjoy the magnificent beaches but also the many leisure opportunities on offer, nature reserves, water parks, breathtaking natural caves, country estates, historical sites of worldwide recognition, guided tours, etc. A recreational and cultural marriage to suit even the most varied of tastes.
The main cities of Palma, Inca and Manacor are a shopper’s paradise with modern boutiques, international brands, amazing local designers and well known stores that offer quality at good prices.
The food and beverage industry is ever improving in terms of quality and variety. Everything from traditional Mallorcan cuisine, seafood and international dishes to Michelin starred restaurants can be found here.
Striking a balance between infrastructures that support both development and preservation of natural beauty is never easy. With its continued excellent performance in terms of building regulations and development in the private sector, careful judgement in terms of public constructions such as roads, hospitals, schools, and quality architectural design and construction, Mallorca aims to ensure that it remains number one.
The island of Menorca is unique for its captivating combination of beauty, nature and tranquillity. It is the most easterly of the Balearic Islands, with an area of approximately 701 km2, boasting idyllic beaches and coves, hundreds of archaeological monuments all over the island, spectacular landscapes, charming villages, natural harbours, festivals, fine cuisine, local crafts and a steep history.
The island is also magnet for food lovers. Traditional Menorcan cuisine typically uses fresh produce and is famous for its great variety of fish and seafood dishes, in particular caldereta de llagosta – lobster stew. Typical island produce includes handmade cured sausages carn i xua , spicy sausages sobrassada, Mahon cheese which has protected designation of origin and the locally produced gin Xoriguer.
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