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Cooling Off – Majorca In Autumn

Posted on: October 7th, 2015 by admin No Comments

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Majorca in Spain is a year-round destination, with hot summers and mild winters. Autumn brings the much needed rain, and as it’s cooler, fewer visitors tend to travel to this resort from September onwards. This is the perfect time to take advantage of discount flights and low hotel rates. The temperature stays at a comfortable 25 degrees Celsius during the day, and at night, it gets down to 10 degrees.

Autumn is the ideal time for visiting some of the best museums in Majorca. Head down to Deia, a quaint village tucked away on the mountains, where you can explore the art galleries and take part in art classes. Across the island, there are many international concerts, which are always highly anticipated in Palma.

If you’re spending a week in Majorca, it would be a good idea to explore the Serra de Tramuntana by bike. This mountain range has been made a World Heritage Site because of the amazing techniques used to develop its farming sector. Take a ride to a few wineries in this area where you can enjoy local Spanish traditions.

This island always has something to discover, no matter how many times you have already visited it. There is a vast range of luxury and budget hotels scattered around the lush countryside as well as on the coastline. A day’s cycling will also take you to the olive farms and meat factories, where you can learn how to make the traditional Majorcan pork sausage.

The traditional recipes of Majorca are adapted to suit modern tastes. You can find many popular and chic restaurants on the island serving authentic Spanish dishes. In the mountain villages, you will come cross some of the tastiest delis in Palma. No trip to Spain is complete without sampling the local Majorcan dishes.

Once you’ve satisfied your taste buds, why not take a plunge into the deep-blue sea. In autumn, when olive and grape harvests take place, you will find lots of visitors heading down to hidden coves for a swim or taking part in the fruit harvests.
The best thing about Majorca is that it’s busy with tourists all year round. If you just want to relax on the beach, you can do so, even in autumn months. This is the perfect time to take advantage of low rates and get a feel of real life in the Balearics.