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Are you planning a business trip to Mallorca? Or do you just want to spend a relaxing holiday with your friends and/or family? You have come to the right place: the largest of the Balearic Islands is absolutely magnificent, especially if you choose to take it in a gentle stride and explore it by car. We make that possible, at any time of the year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Exploring beautiful Mallorca has never been easier or more affordable. What do you have to do? Just fill in the booking form, choose your date for pick-up and select your favourite car. That is all. We will take care of the rest, providing you with the best possible vehicle, always equipped with free Wi-Fi Internet. We’ll also make sure that you pay the lowest car hire rate you can possibly find in Mallorca.
A comprehensive tour of the island is really only possible with a hired car. It does not really matter where you want to go in Mallorca, with your newly rented vehicle any excursion will feel like a journey through your own piece of heaven, a smooth, comfortable trip, taking you to an infinite number of spotless beaches, to the turquoise coloured waters and to an atmosphere not unlike that of a fantasy world that you can explore year-round. Welcome to paradise, the island with one of the largest number of charter flights touching down during the summer. Plenty of airlines gather tourists from all over Europe, to fill Mallorca’s virgin beaches from the busiest to the most remote. You can have the joy of an evening spent at some quiet restaurant table by the sea. A short stop in Autoclick's office in Palma de Mallorca airport will enable you to fully enjoy all these things.
Mallorca has it all: gorgeous beaches, tranquil coves, a gorgeously blue sea, densely forested mountains of a green you will only see here, fishing villages hidden from the common tourist trails, great infrastructure with first-class roads and excellent facilities, delicious food based on typical and traditional recipes, fresh fruit and vegetables in addition to what the Mediterranean area has always been able to provide, first rate local seafood. You may like Mallorca even more for its unique exclusive setting, not as famous, perhaps, for parties as its neighbouring island of Ibiza, but definitely classier, housing the very summer residence of the young king of Spain. You might even meet one or another member of the royal family by chance, something that can happen quite regularly, giving you another opportunity to obtain an unforgettable moment.
If you have settled for accommodation in the island capital Palma, you should know a thing or two about one of the biggest and most attractive travel destinations in the Mediterranean. There are a fair number of beaches in and around Palma, many of which have been awarded a Blue Flag. There are picturesque narrow streets covering most of the old town, inviting you to wander for hours, stopping for a refreshment or to admire the silhouette of great buildings, such as the gorgeous La Seu, Mallorca's splendid Gothic Cathedral, the famous Cathedral by the Sea.
At lunch time, when it gets too hot to think about the beach, a cold Gazpacho soup, served in one of the many bars spread along the waterfront, will give you a proper taste of what a quality holiday is all about. Do not forget to taste some mouth-watering gambas dressed in garlicky allioli sauce, unless of course you are planning for a romantic evening. Later, you could go shopping. Home to a large number of important Spanish fashion brands, Palma offers you everything, from shoes to jewellery, accessories, fashion or simply, genuine souvenirs. After a shopping spree you can head back to the beach to spend a few more hours in the sun, around Illetas and its beach bars, exploring Cala Major, Cas Català, Costa d’en Blanes or Ciutat Jardí.
To make the most of Mallorca, to see the most amazing beaches and the most spectacular views, to experience unique sensations that you will not be able to find elsewhere, you need to rent a car. This is the only way to reach Sa Calobra, one of the most stunning and magical places you will ever see. After crossing the seven mountains and the seven valleys, driving along the scenic paths of the Sierra de Tramuntana, from Palma to Sóller, you would probably need to relax a little bit. For that, we would advise you to stop in Deià, a small village of such beauty and charm you may never want to leave. Likewise Valldemossa with its Cartuja, famous for Chopin’s ‘Winter in Mallorca’ visit, feels like a fairy tale.
Driving further into the mountains, for about one hour, you will pass Sóller and head straight to the Monastery of Lluc. Somewhere along this path you will meet the serpentined road coming up from Sa Calobra. Along the mountain route you could head down to one of the beaches, like Cala Tuent, Sa Calobra or Cala Deià, where you may see yachts seemingly floating ashore or docked with sun worshippers, looking for their very own piece of paradise. Most of these stretches of sand are not as crowded as you might have expected, but that really depends on the time of year you have chosen to visit this Balearic Island, with quite a significant difference between the high and the low seasons.
Mallorca has many more places to explore, Pollença for example, or Alcúdia, Montuïri or Artà, Andratx, Santanyí or Llucmajor, Sineu or Sa Pobla. Hop into your rented car and explore wherever your fancy may take you.
Discover the ancient rock castles in Alaró, Felanitx or Ternelles, explore the Roman bridge in Pollença or the Roman theatre at Pollentia (Alcúdia), or scout the Bronze Age settlements of Ses Paisses (Artà), Capocorb Vell (Llucmajor) or Son Fornés (Montuïri) and you will see a Mallorca you never imagined existed.
There are Nature trails and other features to discover as well, such as olive tree groves, carob tree plantations, the almond blossom season, the Natural Monument of Ses Fonts Ufanes, Mallorca’s highest peak of Puig Major and the salt flats of Ses Salines, to name but a few. At Ses Salines you will very likely spot a flock of wild Flamingos, whereas in the Parque Natural de s'Albufera you can see many of the over 300 bird species nesting or breeding here. Over 10,000 birds spend their winter months in s’Albufera before they return home to Northern Europe in time for Spring. The bird watching opportunities in Mallorca are countless.
It would be good to have a rental car available for whatever outing you might fancy here on this amazing island. Although such a day trip might take a whole day out of your holiday, it would surely be worth it. You will wish to repeat the experience and rightfully so, especially now, with such cheap car hire opportunities on offer giving you great value for money.
We look forward to seeing you at our location at the airport terminal when you pick up your favourite vehicle.