Mallorca is known to a wide range of the tourist community as an amazing beach resort with spacious white sand beaches, stunning bays with azure water shimmering in the sun and prestigious discos and trendy restaurants. However, in the low season, which March still belongs to, the island appears before its guests in a completely different role. An atmosphere of calm and contemplation reigns here. Beach holidays are replaced by admiring picturesque views and trips to centuries-old cultural monuments, and a vibrant nightlife is replaced by an acquaintance with exquisite national cuisine in taverns with the tunes of music.
In turn, we recommend a fascinating cruise on a yacht or a speedboat along secluded bays along sheer cliffs, bizarre rocky sculptures and secluded caves. This is a great way to understand the difference between the way of life on the island and the continent, a great chance to see Mallorca from a different, completely unusual angle and look into those corners that are not available as part of land excursions. Dense olive groves, emerald forests, mysterious grottoes, luxurious reserves and deserted shores await you.
Spring in Mallorca is an endless series of holidays and festivals.
Balearic Islands Day
Folk festivities begin on the first day of the month and are not some kind of holiday, but the main administrative holiday of all the Balearic Islands.
On the first day of March, Mallorca, together with the islands of Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, celebrates the Day of the Declaration of the Autonomy of the Balearic Islands, which was granted to the islands on March 1, 1983.
Naturally, the largest celebrations are held in Palma de Mallorca – the capital of the Balearic Autonomy. The center has stalls and tents with local handicrafts and gastronomic picks, both traditional Balearic cuisine and typical dishes for the multinational communities that inhabit the islands.
Various entertainment events for children and adults, concerts and master classes are held throughout the day. Entrance to most museums on this day is free, including on this day you can visit the Parliament building of the Balearic Islands and the residence of the President of the Balearic Islands.
Ceramic Fair “Fira del Fang”
March 5-13 Ceramic Fair “Fira del Fang” – MarratxiThis is a traditional fair and festival of local crafts that takes place in Mallorca. Marratxí has been the pottery capital of Mallorca since the Middle Ages, and the festival of handicrafts and ceramists has been held in this town for over three hundred years.
Kitchens of the world with ceramicsAncestral is the relationship between cooking and pottery in the history of mankind. Being (obviously) food a staple since the beginning of time, clay was an element with which our ancestors could make certain utensils with which to cook the few foods available to them. A simple matter of survival… This year, as the last edition had to be suspended, the central theme of the Mud Fair will once again be ‘Kitchens of the world with ceramics’.
XVIII Rally Isla Mallorca
The Rally Clasico Isla Mallorca 18th edition.Amazing event set up in iconic Puerto Portals has positioned itself among the 5 best events of the year that are held in Mallorca, in front of events like the King’s Cup sailing or the Mallorca Open – WTA Tennis Tournament, among others. 3 days rally event with more than 500 km of which 170 km of closed road stages. In this event allowed to compete the cars road legal built until the year 1985. The competition is in two main categories: Regularity, where drivers need to drive with predetermined speed to get as close as possible to the optimum time. The second category is the competition, where it goes in different classes against the clock. Additionally there is also a young timer category for cars built after 1985.
Is an event that takes place every 2nd weekend of March (10.- 12.3.2022) on our privileged island in the Mediterranean Sea.
This rally is combining competitiveness with pleasure and is a reference for other rallies on several aspects.
This shows that not only is it an engine competition but also a great sporting and social event, where local and resident participants from different nationalities of the world mix. The organizers just announced a few days ago that the famous Italian race driver Paolo Diana, will compete at this year’s edition with his Fiat 131.
If we look at yachting events Balearics getting more active with sailing racing and regattas but mostly at local levels. But if we take a look around the world we will find various interesting events and we’ll tell you about a few of them.
Dubai International Boat Show 2022
The UAE’s premier boating show will be returning from 8 March to 12 March, presenting a stellar fleet of boats, ships and luxury lifestyle goods. The 28th edition at the brand new Dubai Harbor is one of the biggest expositions in the yacht industry. Dubai International Boat Shoe 2022 edition, is the first in two years following cancellations due to the Coronavirus pandemic.Promising five days of boating action, the 2022 Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS) is one of the highlights of the yachting calendar for the UAE and the wider Middle Eastern region
Palm Beach Boat Show 2022
West Palm Beach, Florida In 2022 The Palm Beach Boat Show returns, bringing its unique mix of boutique glamour and a stellar line-up of luxury yachts to the sunshine state of Florida.Every year, the Palm Beach Boat Show attracts thousands of visitors and has a charm all of its own and with more than $1.2 billion worth of boats, ships and marine accessories presented over four days, it is also one of the biggest yachting events in the USA. Alongside the on-the-water-action, a number of big-name boating brands like Mercury Marine, Yamaha, Bayliner and top shipyards attend the show. They provide useful information and exhibit their latest products and services.
Moreover, we are happy to inform you that the Balearic region took down all pandemic restrictions except usage of masks interior.
Please check here the actual rules to enter in Spain.