Home to over four million almond trees, which bloom from January until late February, Mallorca’s pale pink and white blossoms make the island the perfect destination for a late winter getaway.
The biggest of the Balearics, while Mallorca is perhaps best known as a sun, sea and sand destination, you can beat the crowds by exploring the island outside of high season.
“I invite you to come to Mallorca at any time of the year,” says Catalina Cladera, President of the Mallorcan Council.
“It’s true that summer is famous for the sun and the beach, but Mallorca offers a lot of interesting products all year round, including hiking, nature, sports, culture, gastronomy
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