Photo Credit: Vaidotas Mišeikis
  • Electricity in the Balearic Islands is 220V/50H, with two-pin round plugs used
  • Dress code is casual, with few nightclubs and restaurants requiring jackets and ties
  • Bare legs and shoulders should be covered when visiting religious sites
  • Pharmacies, known as farmacias, have large red or green crosses outside their premises
  • Visitors arriving during the high season should book car rental well in advance to get the desired vehicle at a reasonable rate

Contact Numbers

Police: 092 Fire: 085 Ambulance: 061 Emergency: 112 Majorca General Hospital, Palma: +34-971-728484 US Consulate: +34-97-172-2660 Canadian Embassy Madrid: +34-91-423-3250 Australian Embassy Madrid: +34-91-353-6600 UK Consulate: +34-97-171-2445 Taxis Cala d’Or: +34-97-165-7058

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