5 reasons to choose Mallorca as DMC destination:
- Cultural Offer
- Good Flight Connections from Europe
- High Standard Hotels for Business Clients
- Amazing Surroundings
- Elegant venues with character
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Palma is the major city and port in the island of Mallorca and capital city of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain. It is situated on the south coast of the island on the Bay of Palma.
On arrival on the Island, the senses are regaled by the agreeable impact of the light and the colour of the sky which permeates it all. But there is more to Mallorca than the sensations which tantalize the imagination of the visitor and increase his sense of well-being.
Mallorca has a history of its own, its very own language, its own varied gastronomy, its own personality in its people and its small villages. A meeting point of cultures and civilisation through the ages.
In other words, an ancient community, accustomed to the passage of the travellers that visit it. But behind all this exists modernity, energy, an invigorating progressive air which activates a rich and dynamic economy.
Excursions for incentive groups
Mallorca Excursion by oldtimers
- Duration of the Activity: About 3,5 hours
- This is an exclusive tour by old timer cars to discover the island
- Available cars: Jaguar, Beau ford, Roll Royce, ...
Meet & greet at the hotel reception with the official assistance guide for car transfer to Valldemossa and Soller for FD excursionArrival to Valldemossa and walking tour around the village to ending with a typical taste of hot chocolate and pastries from the area (in summer season can be replaced by fresh fruits juices and ice cream). Valldemossa is famous for its historical and cultural background and is in one of the most spectacularly beautiful regions of the island of Mallorca. This ancient village is situated in a leafy, fertile valley, 425 metres above sea level. Narrow, winding lanes weave through the village with many areas only accessible on foot.
Arrival to Soller Village, walking tour to visit the old village of Pto. Soller. Sóller is an attractive town on Mallorca's north-west Coast. Situated some 3 Km. inland, from its port, 'Port de Sóller', the town lies in a large, fertile, bowl-shaped valley. Sóller shares its valley with the village of Fornalutx and the hamlet of Biniaraix, the combined population is around 12,000, and the valley is famous for its orange groves and terraces of ancient olive trees. The village of Deià is just down the coast.
Sóller and the port are about half an hour's drive from Palma Airport, and have good connections with railway, tram and bus services. The valley and its surrounding mountain range, the 'Serra de Tramuntana', is a favourite destination for people from all over the world, especially those who enjoy walking, nature, ecotourism, swimming or simply a peaceful rest away from the hustle and bustle of the better-known tourist traps.
This boat has been designed by two of the best engineers of the world, Ronaldo Campos and Manuel Ruiz de Elvira. To both engineers precede, as it is shown by the quality of their work, the design of the Spanish boats that participate on the American Cup.
Majorca Sailing Catamaran has built a boat of impressive attractive by using a sport line, inspired on the light boats used on competition. The young and fresh aspect where innovation and experience have been combined is the main tourist attraction of this spectacular boat. Attraction is a catamaran of great dimensions, in which diverse proposals of entertainment appear able to transport to their passengers further than just a simple touristic excursion.
In the catamaran, the clients will be able to experience a new concept of marine excursion, through serenity and pleasure that contributes to sail in a boat of great stability and security like this.
Tours for incentive groups
Tour in Helicopter through Mallorca
Take a scenic tour around Mallorca. Unlike many Helicopter Pleasure Flight we let you, the customer, decide where you want to go and what you would like to see. Whether you would like to fly through the Traumuntana Mountain Range, track along the picturesque coastline, see the homes of the many celebrities living on Mallorca or visit somewhere you particularly would like to see (like your villa, golf corse or hotel). We will cater for all your needs individually.
You can lease directly with your pilot so that you can plan the best trip you would like. The Robinson R44 helicopter carries up to three passengers and pilot.
Duration 25 minutes. After taking off from Son Bonet we head northwards, crossing the Tramuntana Mountains and the spectacular Port of Sóller. We follow the coastline in a southeasterly direction and pass over Sa Foradada, a remarkable rock with a hole in the centre, eroded by the wind and sea. Next, we fly over Michael Douglas’s house, an estate that can only be visited from the air. We then turn south and head towards Valldemossa. The tour ends in Palma, where we can admire the beautiful Bellver Castle with the city at its feet, as well as the marina with its amazing yachts and Palma’s majestic gothic Cathedral.
Sa Dragonera Tour
Duration 35 minutes. We start of by heading towards the northern coast of Mallorca, crossing the spectacular Tramuntana Mountains. Next, we turn left and fly over Sa Foradada, Michael Douglas’ house and then continue along the breathtakingly beautiful northeastern coast until we reach Sa Dragonera, a small uninhabited island, now a Natural Park. We then head off towards the Port of Andratx and Camp de Mar, where we can see the houses belonging to Michael Schumacher and Claudia Schiffer. We pass over the splendid port of Portals Nous and the Royal Palace of Marivent, where the Spanish royal family spend their summers. Finally, we go back towards Palma, flying over Bellver Castle, the marina and the Cathedral.
Duration 55-60 minutes. We head off in a northeasterly direction towards Alaró Castle, in the middle of the Tramuntana Mountains. Flying parallel to this range, we reach Alcúdia, where, from a height of 1,000 feet, we can see Alcúdia and Pollença bays, two of the most spectacular in Mallorca. Next, we fly over Cape Formentor, the northernmost point of the island. To the southwest, along the coast, we will see the most beautiful, wild and inaccessible part of Mallorca, including the splendid Torrent de Pareis and countless coves. Flying back towards Palma we can admire Bellver Castle, the port and the majestic Cathedral.