Located in the western Mediterranean, the Balearic Island of Mallorca, or Majorca, is the largest island of Spain and the second most populous, with over 800 thousand inhabitants. This popular beach resort, with a vibrant nightlife, hidden coves and mountainous regions, has a Mediterranean climate, characterised by hot, dry summers and mild winters.
Palma, the capital city, houses many historical landmarks, as the Roman ruins of Pollentia, a circular medieval fortress named Bellver Castle and the Moorish-style Royal Palace of La Almudaina. The massive Gothic Santa María Cathedral overlooks the Bay of Palma, where the Marina and some famous beaches are located. The live HD cams will show you lovely views of Mallorca.
Due to the high number of tourists, especially during the summer months, Palma de Mallorca Airport, located only 8 km from the capital, is one of Europe’s busiest international airports.