The Balearic Islands are a part of Spain and consist of the islands of Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza, and Formentera. Sant Llorenc is a tiny municipality on the island of Majorca. Majorca or Mallorca as it is known in Spanish, is the largest of the Balearic Islands and has a variety of offerings for travellers. Majorca is very popular among holiday makers, not just for its party scene, but for its natural beauty, the miles of immaculate white sandy beaches and rich natural heritage. Majorca is especially popular among visitors from the UK.
Sant Llorenc or Sant Llorenc Des Cardassar as is its full name, is a tiny but beautiful portion of Majorca and popular for its serenity and beauty. Holidays in Sant Llorenc are therefore bound to be relaxing as well as exciting. Relaxing on the beach, learning or pursuing water sports such as diving, jet skiing and paragliding; as well as pursuing outdoor activities such as cycling and hiking are some activities that tourists enjoy in and around Sant Llorenc. Majorca has several verdant mountains along with its pristine beaches for visitors to explore and enjoy. It also has a rich environmental legacy and areas such as The S’Albufera marshes can be fascinating to explore for anyone interested in nature.
Manacor is the third largest city on Mallorca Island, with great infrastructure for visitors such as hotels, rental apartments and villas, as well as other types of accommodation. Self catering apartments and self catering villas are particularly popular among tourists. Manacor is known for its pearl factories and for its olive woodwork industry. Visiting Manacor is a must for those on holiday in Sant Llorenc. It is also a great idea to hire a car, whilst on your holidays in Majorca, and venture off to explore the rest of this very varied Mediterranean island.
Sant Llorenc has a typically Mediterranean climate. It is characterised by mild winters and at times intensely hot summers. Rainfall is the highest in the autumn months of October and November. The highest average annual temperature seen on Mallorca is usually around 27 – 28 degrees Celsius and the lowest average annual temperature is around 10 – 13 degree Celsius.
The Aeropuerto dePalma de Mallorca (PMI) is the international airport on Mallorca, located about 60 Kilometres to the west of self catering accommodation in Sant Llorenc. There are several flights to the Aeropuerto de Palma de Mallorca from the UK and these are offered through companies such as Iberian Airways, Monarch, Jet2, Ryanair, British Airways and Flybe. Fly from a choice of airports, to include Bristol (BRS), Edinburgh (EDI), Glasgow (GLA), Liverpool (LPL), London Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN), and Newcastle upon Tyne (NCL).