Christmas Holiday Break in Mallorca
With almost guaranteed sunny weather all year-round, those visiting Mallorca are sure to
find it is the perfect holiday destination.
And although the spring and summer months are often a popular time to visit, taking a trip
to the Spanish island during the winter could prove to be an equally pleasurable experience.
Indeed, spending time on the Balearic island - which is also known as Majorca - over the
course of Christmas offers the chance for holidaymakers to combine traditional festive
celebrations in a much more pleasant climate than may be experienced in Britain.
However, although the late December weather in Mallorca is likelier to be sunnier and
warmer than back home, visitors will find plenty of opportunities to get into the Christmas
With numerous recreations of the nativity scene - which depicts the birth of Jesus Christ -
located across the island, holidaymakers are sure to find themselves immersed in the
concepts of peace on earth and goodwill to all men in no time at all.
People searching for a traditional festive celebration may also want to attend the midnight
mass service held at Palma's cathedral on Christmas Eve, while a number of seasonal
concerts also take place in the build-up to December 25th.
Meanwhile, those rushing around for some last-minute presents for their loved ones on the
big day may want to head to the yearly Christmas market in Palma. Set in the town's Pueblo
Espanol plaza, visitors will have the chance to purchase clothes, jewellery, candles and other
gifts. And with a variety of seasonal food on sale - in addition to the square being lit up with
festive lights and gorgeous decorations - they will have no trouble getting into the festive
When Christmas Day itself rolls around, people may wish to open their presents in their
luxury villa in Mallorca, although a variety of other accommodation options - such as
farmhouses - are also available on the island. However, for a sensational seasonal Spanish