Mallorca School Trips
Set in the heart of the Mediterranean, Mallorca’s abundance of picture-postcard fishing villages, hidden azure reservoirs, dramatic mountainscapes, pine-clad forests and cosmopolitan towns are simply calling out to be explored.
Discover the diverse geography of the island; take part in geography fieldwork such as rural changes, the gentrification of the capital, Palma and the inevitable impact of mass tourism on the island.
As well as fieldwork, students will also have the opportunity to experience a number of other activities. Go mountain trekking along the UNESCO World Heritage listed Tramuntana mountains, breathe in the sea air and try your hand at a number of watersports or take a trip on an antique wooden train from Palma to the quaint old town of Soller to immerse yourself in some of Mallorca’s rich history and culture.
As pioneers in leading school geography trips, you can be sure that our travel specialists have first-hand experience on the region, are up to date with the curriculum and understand what it takes to make school trip memories last a lifetime. This means we are able to customise your school trip to ensure your learning objectives are met, so you can create an itinerary which is educationally relevant, enriching and engaging for your students.
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Geography School Trip to Mallorca
Students will learn how the impact of tourism has affected traditional culture, sustainability, water resources and more, plus dramatic scenery and geological wonders.
Fieldwork School Trip to Mallorca
7 day fieldwork itinerary where students will conduct field studies on rural and urban re-branding, sustainability and, of course, tourism.
Fieldwork in Mallorca on a Shoestring
Geography fieldwork trip to Mallorca. An exciting way for your students to develop their Fieldwork skills on an island that is diverse in both landscapes to explore and curriculum links to study.
Pastoral Trip to Mallorca
This itinerary is designed to not only develop a geographical and cultural awareness of Mallorca, but also to develop pastoral and resilience skills within students. Benefits of this trip include; resilience, confidence, independence, self-awareness and self-reflection, communication, leadership opportunities and team building. Students are able to develop their independence and confidence within a safe environment
The largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, Mallorca, also known as Majorca, is accessible in under 2½ hours from many of the UK’s major airports.
Mallorca’s cosmopolitan capital, Palma, is arguably most famous for its dramatic Gothic cathedral, Le Seu – one of the tallest cathedrals in the world. Built on the site of a former mosque, the cathedral dominates the near-distant skyline, seemingly rising out from the sea if standing on the shoreline. Discover some of the city’s stunning architecture in the old Arab quarter, sit back and watch the world pass you by in one of the many street-side cafés or soak up the Spanish sun at one of the city’s warm, sandy beaches. Take the famous antique wooden train from Palma to Soller for more quintessential Mallorcan architecture with sea and mountain views.
For the more adventurous, the Caves of Drach house one of the largest underground lakes in the world. Hop aboard a boat tour to see the renowned Baths of Diana and Lake Martel beneath a breath-taking series of stalactites and stalagmites.
For those in search of the history of Mallorca, we recommend a trip to the Monastery at Valldemossa, a village located in the Serra de Tramuntana, an UNESCO World Heritage Site and area of great geological and cultural significance. Equally, a hike through one of Mallorca’s many natural parks will be sure to help you get to know the island and it’s abundance of geography better.
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Why take a school trip to Mallorca
Our geography school trips to Mallorca showcase the very best of the island. Discover its superlative beaches, cerulean seas, remote mountains, quaint hillside villages and so much more. And, with almost 300 days of sunshine per year – you can explore this sunny island all year round.
With Mallorca being an ever-popular tourist destination, your students will have the opportunity to explore the impact that mass tourism has had on the environment and economy, as well as the chance to understand how the island can ensure sustainable tourism for future generations to come.
Did you know British cyclist Bradley Wiggins trained for the Tour de France in the Tramuntana mountain ranges? We have taken influence from the popularity of cycling in Mallorca and included bike rides as a way of exploring many parts of the island’s natural surrounds. In addition to cycling, we have many other activities to get your adrenaline pumping including watersports and guided tours and hikes. Speak to one of our expert travel specialists on how to optimise your itinerary.
In addition to the wealth of experiences available to you, the accessibility and affordability of Mallorca is another amazing perk of a geography school trip to the island.
Whatever your reasons for choosing Mallorca for your next school trip, one thing is certain; your students and teachers will have a trip of a lifetime, facilitated by knowledgeable experts in travel throughout Europe. School trips to Mallorca make it easy to balance leisure activities and learning with the assistance of experienced and trustworthy guides.