Would you like to spend a few days in a ferienvilla? Mallorca is waiting for you
Posted by adairsawyer on April 5th, 2014
Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, in Spain, and together with the other islands of the archipelago, Minorca and Ibiza, represents an extremely important touristic destination in the west of the Mediterranean Sea. Its capital, Palma, is also the capital of the autonomous community formed by the Balearic Islands. Many tourists come here to rent a ferienvilla, Mallorca being well known as having many such villas situated in enchanting locations. It is also possible to rent a luxus ferienvilla. Mallorca is known as one of the most sought touristic locations in the west of the Mediterranean Sea.
It is sometimes difficult for tourists to find a free ferienvilla. Mallorca is very popular destination for tourists from all over the world, and especially from the United Kingdom, the Scandinavian countries, Germany, Ireland or Poland. It is at times even impossible to find a luxus ferienvilla; Mallorca is also a preferred destination for wealthy people who want special lodging conditions.
“The larger one”, as it was called by Romans, Mallorca has become a special tourist destination since the 1950s. Tourism is the main business and source of revenue for the inhabitants of the island. Millions of tourists come here every year to rent a ferienvilla. Mallorca is welcoming them with its splendid surroundings, the intense blue sea and the excellent beaches. The economy of the island is extremely dependent on the tourism industry and therefore significant efforts are made to value the warm weather and the numerous beaches, but also provide tourists with a wide range of amenities, meant to attract them to the island.
The popularity of this touristic destination has shown a steady growth since the 1950s. Offering the possibility of renting a ferienvilla or a luxus ferienvilla, Mallorca is a preferred place for a large number of artists and academics who choose to visit and live on the island. While in the 1970s about three million visitors came on the island, their number has grown to six millions in 2010, and reached ten millions in 2011, in the whole archipelago.
There are many reasons for Mallorca to be a so popular tourist destination. The daily average temperature is about 18ºC, with average high under 30ºC and average low above 8ºC, while average precipitations are around 400mm per year, distributed in fifty days. The average monthly sunshine hours vary from 154 in December up to 342 in July, with a total of 2763 hours per year. This means a lot of sunshine and very few rainy days, and this mild climate helps spa and relaxation tourism develop continuously. These natural conditions are intensively capitalised by local entrepreneurs who make considerable efforts to satisfy their clients’ needs.
Everyone would be delighted to spend a holiday in a ferienvilla Mallorca can offer you the option of a luxus ferienvilla Mallorca being one of the most renowned spas on the Mediterranean shore.
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