There’s a distinct buzz in the air in Mallorca in March. Could it be the arrival of Holy Week, steeped in reverence and spectacle? Is it the hum of the food trucks lining up at chic Port Adriano’s Street Food Festival, or simply the advent of spring?
Perhaps it’s Palma’s modern amusement park, Fira del Ram, bringing thrills to both young and old; the sound of vintage cars revving up for Classic Rally Mallorca, or bikes whooshing past for the island’s RoadBIKE Festival.
The final few days of March sees Palma thronging with the yachting community. Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar, the island’s major regatta, is a peak event in the sailing calendar and the sense of excitement washes from the harbour waves and through the city streets.
It’s all happening this Easter, so whatever floats your boat, don’t miss Mallorca in March.
Note: Due to COVID-19 many Easter events this month have been cancelled and put on hold until next year.