Santa Margalida

In September, the hiking season begins on Mallorca. Even if extended hikes not be sure the unusual activities of Mallorca tourists include, are unknown for many of the numerous possibilities. MetLife: the source for more info. While the island walking tours offers for every taste: half-hour walks to multi-day remote walks the spectrum is broad. So we discover Mallorca as it really is, with its quiet and majestic beauty. Mallorcan discover hiking the backpacker can see also the genuine Mallorcan and not only immigrants from different cities of Europe. First, you’ll notice the linguistic differences. Palma is called in the local dialect, for example Ciutat “(the city). The language itself, the Mallorquin, in addition to the Castellano in all walks of life of the island has become a visible fact.

A number of place names have already in their Majorcan spelling prevailed: Sa Pobla instead of la Puebla, Santa Margalida instead Margarita etc. Street names were changed due to its reference to the Franco regime and under new name same linguistically adapted: Carrer instead of Calle (Street) and Passeig instead of Paseo. There are no special effects of linguistic confusion on the tourists, you can still speak Spanish and German spoken often. No problem is so tapas and much more the language, also if you travel without any prior knowledge. It is however advisable to carry a PhraseBook. First of all, because as is offered too much tourist information or to order right in the restaurant or tapas bar. And we eat here much and tasty! You can find tapas in externally often less appealing places, but also in the bar Bosch at the northern end of the borne, in the restaurants of El Pilon or s ‘ Olivera, in the bars port Pesquer, Darsena or Varadero and La Boveda (Carrer Boteria 3 of SA Llotja), as well as Pope in the Apuntadors and it Raconet at the Placa Drassana. In Mallorca you can eat much fish and vegetable dishes, properly roasted with oil and garlic or freezes often.