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Springtime in Mallorca: A Guide to the Best Activities and Things to Do

It's here! Spring! The long days of winter are behind us, and with the changing of the clocks, the longer days are here, so we enter one of the best times of year to visit Mallorca. The temperature starts to warm up, and the island comes to life with blooming flowers. The average temperature in March is around 17°C, rising to about 20°C in May, but if you're in the sun, it can feel slightly warmer. Without a doubt, the best thing about this time of year is getting out and about and making use of the whole day. It's perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and exploring the island’s many villages.

Outdoor Activities

Mallorca is a nature lover's paradise, and the spring weather is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling. There are plenty of trails to explore, ranging from easy walks to more challenging treks, and you'll be able to enjoy breathtaking views of the island's coastline, mountains, and countryside. Check out our other post about 'The top 10 walking excursions in Mallorcafor some walk ideas. We're working on a cycling post, so keep your eyes peeled if that's your thing! 

Another popular outdoor activity in Mallorca is golf. The island is home to several fantastic golf courses, offering stunning views of the Mediterranean and the surrounding landscape. Whether you're a seasoned golfer or a beginner, you'll find plenty of courses to suit your needs, and the warm spring weather is perfect for playing a round. Check out Golf Alcanada for somewhere north of the island. 

Culture and History

Mallorca is rich in history, dating back to the ancient Talaiots, and there are plenty of cultural and historical attractions to explore on the island. In Pollença, you can visit the Museum of Pollença, which showcases the town's history, as well as the Calvari Chapel, a beautiful church built in the 17th century.

Another must-visit attraction is the Santuari de Lluc, a monastery located in the mountains of Mallorca. The monastery is home to one of the most important pilgrimage sites on the island, and you can also explore the beautiful grounds and gardens, as well as enjoy some of the stunning views from the surrounding hills.

Food and Wine

Mallorca is known for its delicious cuisine, and plenty of restaurants offer traditional seasonal dishes. Spring in Mallorca is a time for lamb, so keep your eye out at the bakery for the traditional meat pies 'panada de carn' to give them a try for yourself. 

In Pollença, you'll find a range of restaurants, cafes and local markets selling fresh produce and artisanal products. You can also visit local wineries and vineyards to taste some of the island's finest wines and learn about the local winemaking tradition. A few popular wineries north of the island are Mortitx and Can Vidalet

Holiday Rentals in Pollença

Well, it wouldn't be a Prestige Villas blog post if we didn't tie it all back to what we know best - holiday rentals! We've got a wonderful selection of villas available, plus a few apartments if you're a smaller group. We've got a section of last-minute offers that you can check out here.

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