Moonah Links Open Course
Mallorca, also called Majorca, is the crown jewel of Spain’s Balearic Islands . The most popular destination the Mediterranean , Mallorca is known for its beautiful coastline, secluded coves, limestone mountains, Spanish architecture, wineries and fresh produce farms, and stunning beaches.
Past travelers have spent, on average , €28 ($34) on meals for one day and €9.00 ($11) on local transportation. Also, the average hotel price in Palma de Mallorca for a couple is €88 ($107). So, a trip to Palma de Mallorca for two people for one week costs on average €1,165 ($1,411).
There is only one course in Menorca , located on the North coast at Son Parc. Originally only a 9 hole course, the demand for the game has been so great that a further 9 holes have been added.
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When played from the back tees, The International is ranked as the hardest golf layout in the U.S. according to all three ratings. It has an unrivaled 81.7 Course Rating, a 155 Slope Rating and a Bogey Rating of 112.2.
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Tap Water . Tap water is safe to drink across Mallorca , but is often unpalatable because of high sodium or chlorine levels; bottled water is cheap to buy.
Best Local Cuisine in Mallorca Arros BrutTraditional rice dish with vegetables and meat. Bunyols Mallorca’s very popular equivalent to the doughnut. Coca de CuartoLight and moist cake. Ensaimada Mallorca’s most famous pastry and a very popular souvenir. Frit MallorquiA very classic Mallorcan dish traditionally made with offa
Mallorca or Majorca isn’t the cheapest destination. If I compare it to Malta, it’s much more expensive . Although, it is still possible to travel to Mallorca on a budget.
Where to stay in Majorca Playa de Muro. This laid-back spot on Majorca’s north-eastern coast boasts five kilometres of sandy beach, and it’s within daytripping distance of Palma, the island’s capital. Portals Nous. Palma Nova. Playa de Palma. Pollensa. Santa Ponsa. Cala D’Or. Cala Bona.
Plan your Mallorca itinerary to spend at least 3 days on the island.