Mallorca is a Mediterranean island with an extension of 3626 KM2, is the biggest island of The Balearic Archipelago, one of the seventeen Autonomous Communities Spain. The temperature is usually mild, in 2017 average temperature was 18.2 ºC and in October of the same year, 19.6ºC.
Mallorca offers a wide range of activities. The type of beaches that you can find is very diverse, sandy beaches, rock beaches, urban beaches, semi-urban beaches or isolated beaches. As well as the Sierra of Tramuntana in the Northeast of the island which extends is for about 90 Km2 and a maximum width of 15 Km2. It was declared as World Heritage Site in the category of Cultural Landscape by the Unesco in 2011.
The meeting will be held in the capital of the island, Palma. The venue will be the building Sa Riera, a few minutes walk from of most emblematic monuments of the city. The Cathedral, is a gothic building known as ‘the Cathedral of light’, located on the seafront, of the city. The narrow streets of the old part of the city surrounding the Cathedral is where you can learn about the history of the city and the Majorcan culture.