Those who have not yet visited Mallorca themselves, but only follow the reports on radio and television, can get the impression that the Balearic island mainly consists of an airport in Palma and the Balnearo 6, better known as Ballermann 6, and is largely built with hotel complexes. But the island offers much more destinations and excursions, as a view into one of the many travel guides in a bookshop or also in the internet proves. In the interior of the island you can admire the orange and lemon groves, dream under the blossoming almond trees and buy art made from the gnarled wood of the olive trees, as well as other typical local handicraft products . Or you can travel to Paguera in the southwest of the island, for example, which is mainly geared to an older and German clientele, as the many restaurants with German advertising signs and the hotels designed accordingly prove . In this way, you have no or only indirect contact with the real island life, but a good starting point for excursions to other parts of the island, either with a rental car or with one of the regular buses, which are routed via the capital Palma to the entire island. And for those who prefer to stay in the town, during the day and in the evenings, there are offers adapted to the needs of tourists, be it shopping, restaurants or cultural programmes. And thanks to the tourists travelling with you, you can quickly make contacts here and thus spend and enjoy your holiday together.
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