Mallorca is known as a sun and beach destination. From May to October it is tourism’s world island, party and food… perfect to enjoy with family and friends. Have you ever plan to visit it in winter? It is not as known as in summer, but today we’re about to give you powerful reasons that make you come to Mallorca this winter thus running to book your tickets after reading this post.
It main goal is climate. There are cold days in winter but they are sunny days, perfect to do many things. And we also have snow in Serra de Tramuntana. Yes, keep on reading…
Small villages’ markets are very famous in Mallorca. From Monday to Sunday you’ll be able to enjoy many of them. Check which ones are ready to be visited every day. You’ll find local products, vegetables, seasonal fruits and even costume, hand-to-measure clothes and some Majorcan delicatessen…a perfect way of enjoying different villages of the island.
Saint Anthony (and the devil)
Party never stops, so do not miss Saint Anthony’s party. It is celebrated in many villages of the island but the most known are Sa Pobla and Artà where people sing traditional songs, surrounded by “dimonis”, “correfocs” and “foguerons”.
If you are a sports’ lover you need to know these plans…the island, with an average of 300 sunny days a year, offers great opportunities in winter, starting with playing golf in one of its 24 courts around the island (we talked before about golf courses in Mallorca near Playa de Palma and the rest of Mallorca)
Cycling is one of the most important winter sports in the island, during low season, when thousands of cyclists from all over Europe come to the island to train hard. There are long straight routes to train resistance and mountain routes to train your force. We talked before about in this blog about cycling routes departing from our tapas restaurant and other routes near Playa de Palma.
And if you would rather to hike, you’ll find thousand options in this island with different levels of difficulty. Did you like the proposed plans to do in winter in Mallorca?