A Late January Antidote: Postcards from Palma de Mallorca

It’s Tuesday. It’s late January. If you’re reading this from certain locales in South Africa (17° C/ 63° F), Australia (29°C / 84° F), Brasilia (19°C / 66° F), Indonesia (32° C / 90° F) or other warm climes, you may find the thought of snow fascinating.

If, however, you’re one of my readers who’ve been digging out from recent and substantial snowfalls, or experiencing other extreme winter weather, you may be contemplating a well deserved trip to the sun.

Heck, even those of us in temperate yet damp climates may well be researching when and how we can get away.

If you’re looking for a great place to visit in the months ahead, you may want to consider Palma de Mallorca. Spanish readers and others who have already been to the beautiful island of Mallorca must be tempted to return again and again, and why not? Whether you travel to enjoy exploring history and architecture, shopping, or soaking up the sun and gorgeous Mediterranean waters, there’s something here for you.

In addition to everything else, the name Palma de Mallorca rolls nicely off the tongue. For a sampling of our visit to this highly walkable city, click here to have a look at just some of the sights you’ll want to see.

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