Mallorca transfers or the best and most efficient way to be a tourist. Whether you’re on business or with family, it’s always important to plan ahead so you may enjoy a trip free of worries and make the most of it.
There’s no question that technology has changed the way we travel and has made it more accessible to a wider crowd, providing an incentive to visit other places and ultimately becoming acquainted with different cultures.
Whether your trip is business related or if it’s a family trip, the options for planning are now all over the web and sometimes it may be difficult to sort out where to put your trust and your money. Out of the many important details transportation and transfer is one of those that can save you or give you a whole lot of problems, depending on whether you are prepared or not. Let’s face it, good tourism means efficient ways to get around your destination and this translates to visiting more places, in a more comfortable way, without unnecessary hurry or worries. From the moment we land in the airport this is a detail we want to have sort out before hand, what transfer service is better for me? What type of service does the local market manage?
Majorca Transfers. Among the favorite destinations for many people Majorca seems to be a special option for those visiting the Mediterranean. It may be the diversity in the scenery, with its pristine beach water, white shining sand, natural parks and interesting history that attracts more and more people to visit and enjoy the many gifts Majorca has to offer. So the first thing is to choose what type of service do you require?
If you’re on business you may prefer to plan ahead and include the service of taxis, limos or shuttles that will take you from the airport to the hotel and from the hotel to your next appointment without wasting time or looking bad in front of your boss and company for not being prepared enough.
If you’re traveling with family the smart option is to schedule your shuttles or taxis with enough time to make the most of all the touristic sites. Even family vacations can sometimes become stressful, so don’t add to an unnecessary headache and be prepared booking your Mallorca transfer.
Transport Mallorca, what’s the best this wonderful destination has to offer? One of the extra benefits of booking transport Palma is that you can also select from the different tour packs or plans the one that better fits your expectations. Excursions, hiking, the beach, visits to the villages, and so on, the service seeks to adapt to the client’s time and needs, therefore it’ll help you organize your schedule and make it possible for you and your group to enjoy your trip in the most fulfilling way.
For this you can count with Bus Mallorca, minibus, coach and shuttles with the most competent and qualified drivers for full day or half day plans around the best tourist sites.
Throughout the whole year transfers Majorca offers its services to anyone wishing to visit what is now a reference point for every cruise sailing the Mediterranean Sea, and there are hundreds of regattas, events, conventions, fairs and tours going on around the year making it one of the most active and varied destinations in the region.
If you consider yourself and your group a more adventurous/ outgoing type you can take a look at the hiking and cycling routes offered in the mountain range, o walk the famous dry stone wall with it’s length of 50 km.
The land in the mountain range is mostly privately owned so a guide is always recommended to do the route safely and properly. The Wall has many spots along the way for tourist hikers to stop for rest and refreshments. You can always choose from walks along the coastline to deep mountain excursions into the Tramuntana. You’ll have to decide whether you want to play tennis or view the coast in a boat trip, or even under the sea, as you can scuba along the coast if you want to.
It’s an understatement to say how necessary a proper guiding and efficient transfer service can change the experience of the trip completely. The more prepared you are the more you’ll be able to just sit back, relax and let everyone else help you have the best vacations or business trip possible without the stress of thinking how much of the site you’re missing due to poor planning and lack of proper transport around your destination.
Historically speaking, being so into the mountains, Sóller managed to maintain an identity apart from the roman occupation, defending themselves mostly of pirates trying to invade, particularly during the 16th century with the moors constantly trying to enter the island. The French community is also largely responsible for the trade links that allowed Sóller its rapid economic growth after the French revolution, and the construction of the railway and tunnel connecting with Palma made trade with the rest of Majorca possible.
A favorite for bachelor parties and weddings alike, Majorca is usually known for being chosen as one of the best places for weddings because of its beauty and paradise like qualities presenting the right conditions for an auspicious future, while at the same time being the perfect site to plan your bachelor/bachelorette party and say goodbye to single life in the perfect scenery with your dearest and nearest.
In Fornalutx, for example, just about 30 minutes from Palma, you’ll find the C’an Verdera, a small boutique hotel perfect for a small and intimate wedding, with the church right down the street, and surrounded by lemon, olive and orange groves with a view to the Tramuntana mountain range. The venue can accommodate a maximum of 60 people, making it exclusively fit for intimate events. It’s also located just a few minutes from the beach and Port de Sóller.
Sóller is another favorite place for tourism and there you can also find the private mansion L’Avenida, a classic Mediterranean feel that’s perfect for intimate events with an accommodation capacity of 50 people. Sóller is adorn by the cafes in Placa constitucid, tapas bars, a fine selection of pastry-shops, local ice cream parlors and freshly squeezed orange juice mixed with a very relaxed and sunny atmosphere creating the perfect contemplative paradise so many travelers are longing for.
When in Sóller a must see is their biggest celebration in honor of the famous battle of Moros y Cristianos Firos y Firas, a fight between pirates and local people that took place in 1561. The main event being the re enactment of the battle that takes place in the beach of Port de Sóller with everyone dressed up as moors or in the local mallorcan fashion of the time. There’s much music, concerts, and dances to be seen during the celebration and it represents their biggest tourist attraction. Dancing is also the main feature of the next two important celebrations in Sóller, the day of Sant Joan and Sant Pere.
You may even happen to run into a Picasso, Miró or Magritte in the local art gallery of Can Prunera, a modernist architectural gem itself with beautiful stairwell, murals, and glassware. From there you can go on and visit the Museum of Natural Science with their botanical gardens containing sections on the flora of the Balearic and Canary Islands.
The important mission for Majorca transfers
Holiday Transfers Majorca is mainly concerned with the comfort and efficiency that a good-guided trip should provide to allow the visitor to make the best of his or her time in Majorca. As you can see there are many sites and interesting tours to visit during your stay and a good transfers service should be able to provide all the necessary arrangements for you and your group to experience the most out of your trip, the beaches, the food, the parks and historical places are waiting but with a good guide you won’t be missing out due to poor time management or insufficient planning.
With the help of Majorca transfers you can be sure that you’ll get the whole experience, with the outmost comfort and peace of mind, where your only concern will have to be how to relax more while the guided tour takes care of the rest for you.
With the data from your reservation the service operator can trace the specifics of your flight and your driver can keep track of it in case you have any delays, you can rest assured that your driver and service operator are some of the most competent and qualified workers in the field.
Find the tour that better fits your preferences
Very well known by young people is Magaluf, one of the most popular touristic sites in the island. Not only are its bars, clubs and hotels constantly full of life, but Magaluf is also famous for its adventure and water themed parks such as Western Park and Aqualand. These parks are also the hosting venue for many festivals and events, keeping on with the party atmosphere.
Magaluf is the scene for the most famous show in Mallorca, Pirates Adventure: first class acrobats, dancing, music, fights, laughs, you get to be part of the pirate crew and help the captain in battle to defend the ship. Throughout this entertaining show, you can enjoy a spectacular dinner of chicken with coleslaw, potato wedges, sausages, and delicious ice-cream. You will also receive free drinks of sangria, white wine, water, and soft drinks according to your preference.
Western Water Park on the other hand combines water attraction and shows making it a must for anyone visiting Mallorca. Here you’ll find the tallest vertical drop toboggan in Europe: Tackle the Beast. You can slide the length of the park on the mega slide, or simply sit back and prepare to battle the rapids in the wild river; the park offers many choices for the whole family. Transfer Majorca will pick you up and guide you through out the day in the park, picking you up between 8:45 and 9:30 with an introduction to the main attractions in the park so you can begin to decide your day of slides and shows, with local tips and suggestions for you to make the most of your visit. Around 16:30 your transfer will come to pick you up and take you back to the hotel.
Puerto Pollensa possesses a variety of landscapes and botanical wealth, Majorcan traditions and many excellent and pleasant restaurants where you can try out the typical Majorcan food, which specially from the months of October and onwards it’ll be composed mostly of locally grown vegetables and nuts, meaning those tomatoes on your plate are literally coming from your neighbor’s tree.
Traditional food in Majorca uses a lot of vegetables like olives and the native Ramallet tomato, walnuts and almonds. It’s also well known for its pastries and sweets, the tapas, grimalt cheese and cured meats.
Puerto Pollensa became the famous set for Agatha Christie’s novel ‘Problems at Bay Pollensa’ and since it has been a visited location for the likes of Winston Churchill, Grace Kelly, Charles Chaplin, Bradley Wiggins and even David Cameron, among many other famous personalities attracted to the magic of this bay.
In the Township of Santa Margarita, there’s a costal town at the north of the islet called Ca’n Picafort. It went from being a small fishermen township of barely 200 people to become one of the prominent tourist spots in Majorca and now is the biggest hotel services provider with over 10.000 beds for visiting tourists.
Limiting with Pollensa is Alcudia, located between the bays and considered one of the most visited touristic sites worldwide. It also received the distinction of being an Eco touristic municipality due to the concern of its people for the environment.
This concern translate into specific actions and this is how we find that many established business are part of the whole plan to make tourism sustainable for everyone taking part in it, making the conservation of the natural environment a priority. Next is a list with some of the hotels and restaurants that take part in this commitment: Aparthotel Ivory Playa, Hotel Astoria Playa, Hotel Bahía de Alcudia, Club Pollentia, Aparthotel Alcudia Garden, Aparthotel Palm Garden, Aparthotel Viva Sunrise, Aparthotel Viva Tropic, Vanity Hotel Golf, Aparthotel Edén Alcúdia, Aparthotel Edén Lago, Sunwing Nuevas Palmeras, Sunwing Victoria, Hotel Marte, Aparthotel Sol Alcudia Center, Sunwing Las Pirámides, Sunwing Las Palmeras, Hotel Alcudiamar
Restaurants: Miramar, Don Vito, Can Costa, La Portassa de Can Costa.
The local government is giving out these distinctions with the intent of promoting a more eco-friendly business approach among local entrepreneurs and interests them in environmental preservation of touristic sites.
Actions such as proper waste disposal, use of recycled and biodegradable materials, savings in electrical power and water consumption are some of the commitments local businesses have made, awarding them such distinction and a respectable reputation among local people and tourists alike.
Along the east coast a stretch was developed becoming one of the first touristic spots in Mallorca: Cala D’Ors. It includes a variety of coves and resorts such as Cala Ferrera, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Serena, Cala grand y Cala Llonga. The several harbours where fisherman used to work have now become Marinas, each with its own distinctive character.
Here you’ll probably see the people drinking at the waterfront bars, sailing or diving, or especially in the holidays, trying to find the right spot at the crowded but lovely beaches. Cala D’Ors is also the home of many fantastic restaurants. That the sun is always shining here wouldn’t be an exaggeration since the east coast receives the more sun hours during the day and it’s therefore privileged regarding its weather. The beaches themselves are of course pristine, completed with white sand and a backdrop of pine forests where resorts haven’t taken over yet.
There are five beaches, and although they are small, the biggest one being 40 meters wide, still they remain some of the most beautiful scenery in all of Mallorca.
For a real back to nature feel though, you may want to visit Mondrago Natural Park or Cala Varques, they may be a bit more difficult to reach but totally worth it if you are more into nature than the average tourist.
Majorca transfers also offers round trips to Sa Coma, in the township of San Lorenzo, where a short trip to its main square of Talaiot will reveal the archeological remains of indigenous people of Majorca from 1.300 B. C.
The starting place for your vacations will be of course, Palma de Mallorca. The Capital is home of some of the most interesting touristic sites from La Seul cathedral to the Arabic baths, the Bellver Castle and the Grand Hotel. Two of the largest beaches in Majorca are situated here also: The beach of Palma and the beach of Can Pere Anotni, both with fine grain white sand and every service necessary for your enjoyment such as restaurants, bars, bathrooms and changing facilities, showers and phones.
In the municipality of Calviá is hidden one of the most exclusive beaches of the island: Cala de L’Oratori or Cala Portals Nous, well known at least for being one of the chosen destinations of some the most famous faces worldwide, and even when it is surrounded by luxurious residences, an excellent variety of restaurants, bars and clubs, the general feel is one of tranquil and peace, invaluable assets for the common weary traveler looking to unwind and forget the world outside of Majorca.
Palma transfers, and by now I’m sure you will agree, is not only arranging merely transportation from place to place. The objective is to go beyond the simple providing of a service or an anonymous transaction with zero investment in the client’s true needs. The goal is to understand the client’s intention when going to Majorca whether for business or for pleasure, to understand the personality traits that will tell how the client would enjoy more the time spent in the island.
To cater for what the client really desires instead of pushing plans and tours he or she may not be actually interested or may not enjoy. The main concern is to help the traveler find the perfect arrangement that will allow peace of mind and calmness to take over and enjoy everything Majorca has to offer.