Every year millions of people visit Mallorca, a beautiful island located in the Mediterranean Sea that dazzles visitors with its spectacular coastal scenery, crystal clear beaches, cities and historical monuments, as well as a varied gastronomic and entertainment offer for young and old.
This cultural, economic and social dynamic has led to a boom in migration to the island, and with it, the rise of large companies dedicated to offering moving services. For this reason, it is important that you know all the necessary elements before arriving in Mallorca, so that your stay is much safer and more pleasant.
What do you need to know about Mallorca?
Mallorca is an island belonging to the Balearic archipelago in Spain, it has an extension of 3.640 Km2, and an estimated population of 930.000 inhabitants. This large island has 550 km of coastline and more than 345 beaches to suit all tastes. Its Mediterranean climate changes with the seasons, but most of the time it is warm enough to enjoy nature.
Temperatures can vary from around 30°C in summer to 7°C in winter. Snowfall usually occurs only in the mountain ranges and humidity is relatively high. The official language of the island is Mallorcan Catalan alongside Spanish.
Mallorca’s economy is basically based on tourism and construction, but there are also other important industries such as footwear, ceramics, furniture, agriculture, jewellery, fishing, farming and mining. All of these complement each other and make the island an ideal place to invest, work and live.
How to get to Mallorca?
Mallorca is part of the Balearic Islands, being the largest of them, it has the largest population and therefore the most activity in general, however, each of the three main islands (Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza), have international airports that offer regular flights to different cities in the world and also between the islands themselves.
In addition to this, there is an extensive network of ferries and boats of different sizes that offer transport to and from the islands, such as the port of Palma de Mallorca, Marina Port De Mallorca, the port of Palma, the ferry terminal at Moll de Paraires, the port of Ciutadella de Menorca, the port of Mahon and the port of Ibiza.
Do you want to move to Mallorca and don’t know what to do?
If your destination is the stunning island of Mallorca, and you don’t know what to do with your personal belongings, at Lidon Furniture Storage and Removals we offer you the best removal service in Spain, so you don’t have to worry about a thing.
Our company has a long history of success focused on being the best in the sector. For this we have a group of professionals continuously trained to advise you on all your needs, offering you the best option to manage your move at the best price in the market.