A young traveler’s guide to Mallorca

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Want to experience a Spanish island destination for the first time in your life this summer? Out of all the places you could go, Mallorca is one of the most popular spots to go. To help you plan your trip there, our young traveler’s guide to Mallorca will make your time there a smashing success…!

A word on accommodations

The first thing you should take care of after inviting your friends and booking your flights is to choose a place to stay that is compatible with your needs. You’ll want to book a hotel by the beach in Mallorca, as you’ll never be far from the action at any time.

Not only will you be steps away from this island’s biggest social scene by day, but many popular nightspots will be within a stroll or a short cab ride by night, making it the best possible choice for those wanting to be at the heart of it all.

What beaches should you frequent?

Mallorca first leapt into the consciousness of the traveling public due to its many envy-inducing beaches (even more so in this age of selfies and social media).

In order to pick your hotel as mentioned in the last section, take some time to peruse pictures of Mallorca’s many leading beaches, like Cala Millor or Port d’Alcudia, as they combine natural beauty with a social scene that will allow you to enjoy gorgeous surroundings while letting your hair down.

There are many more beaches around the coast of this island that are much less developed that make for great day trips, so be sure to plan a day or two for just this purpose.

What adrenaline activities are popular here?

Those seeking to get active on their holiday will have many outlets in which to get their adrenaline pumping, as this destination has many providers that will help make these activities possible. Both road and mountain biking are available here, with the former variant being popular among training professionals during the spring.

The wild parts of the coast and the mountainous interior are rife with walking trails, and rock climbers will love the opportunity to scale faces without harnesses, as deep water solo climbing is popular along the coast here, as mistakes are forgiven by water instead of being punished by hard ground.

Where’s the party at?!

Want to bust moves until the light of dawn breaks the eastern horizon? The nightclub owners and locals of Mallorca agree with your ambitions, as there are many establishments on the island that run all night. If you want to partake of this scene, be sure to situate yourself in or close by to either Magaluf (a party destination that is particularly popular with the British) or Palma de Mallorca, the only true city on the island.

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