Mallorca, a pretty picture postcard island is the largest in the Balearic Islands. One of the picturesque in the Mediterranean region, this island is a popular tourist destination like its counterpart Ibiza. The islands have it all, the gorgeous beaches, ideal sunny climate, serene mountains, and sleepy hilly towns. The island is so famous among tourists, especially from Germany and United Kingdom that the Palma de Mallorca is one of the busiest airports in Spain. There is no record of the earliest human habitation here. The Islands had prehistoric settlements of the Talayots. The Bronze Age of this Island mainly reflects the Talaoitic culture. The Romans took over the Islands in 123 BC after short reigns by the Phoenicians and the Carthage of North Africa. Mallorca flourished under the Roman Empire, and the economy was based on Salt Mining, Olive cultivation, and viticulture. The place is a paradise for cyclists and hikers with the presence of limestone spires in the Serra de Tramuntana. Enjoy the Autumn vibes at the vineyards present in the interiors of the island. One can find peace amongst the buzzing crowd in the hilltop monasteries and the laid back villages. Enjoy the local scenes of the island with Old manors houses, the rural estates, and farmhouses. The Mediterranean coastal retreat is one of the best in the region with sapphire seas and exquisite beach cuisines.