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Mallorca is the biggest island of the Balearics. With clear blue skies and more than 300 days of sunshine a year, Mallorca offers huge diversity – an island of contrasts. From old fishing harbors to mega-sized marinas, the breathtaking Tramuntana mountains to long sandy beaches - it simply has everything. Due to its central location on the ancient Mediterranean trading route, the island of Mallorca has seen its share of conquerors, invaders, and settlers over the centuries, evidence of which can be found around the island. 

Away from its beautiful coastline, the villages and towns all tell a story through their ancient architecture. More recently the painter and sculptor Joan Miro lived and worked here, Frederic Chopin wintered here and many stars call this island their home. One of the island's most famous people today is Rafael Nadal, the world's number one tennis player, hailing from the island's town of Manacor. 

Enjoy discovering a small selection of places that we have prepared for you, worth seeing during your holidays onboard your luxury charter yacht. 

Destinations in Mallorca