Known for its beautiful coastline, secluded coves and rugged limestone mountains, the island of Mallorca has been a favourite of holidaymaking Brits since the 1950s.
These days the largest of the Balearic islands is keen to show off its best assets to incentive planners: affordable flights, easy European-wide connections, year round sunshine and an undiscovered side to the island that is a million miles away from the Mallorca that many people think they know.
Lying just south of Palma alongside glitzy Portals Nous is the Lindner Golf Resort. Designed in an alluring Colonial style, this boutique resort is just perfect for groups of between 30 to 50 people. (For more information on Lindner Hotels, click here).
To inspire your next trip, we asked Marketing Manager Nicole Rose to propose some of her favourite group activities when visiting the island.
They include sailing the oldest surviving ship in the Spanish fleet, kayaking to the “Sleeping Dragon”, learning to make a traditional paella and winetasting in a rustic finca, and touring the island in handmade electric Loryc cars.
To make an enquiry, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help you plan the perfect itinerary for your group.