HOLIDAYMAKERS and international buyers are eyeing up Mallorca.
The Balearic island has recorded the largest year-on-year growth of any Spanish destination, with property sales rising 39%, according to the National Institute of Statistics.
Meanwhile, tourists are also looking to get their Mallorcan fix, with Palma de Mallorca ranked as the third most searched destination in Europe, according to Global Travel Insights.
Marc Pritchard, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey España, is delighted that Mallorca is doing so well.
“We have certainly experienced a growing interest in property on Mallorca as it becomes a prominent must-visit destination on the international stage,” he said.
“As popularity for the island continues to grow we are determined to provide an array of high quality properties in locations that reflect the best of Mallorca’s culture as well as its coastline.”
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