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Mallorca to host destination International Golf Travel Market in 2016

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

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The largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, Mallorca will host the 2016 International Golf Travel Market (IGTM) at the Palau de Congressos in Palma, the island’s capital city, November 14-17. The popular holiday island, which saw 23.1 million passengers pass through Palma Airport in 2014, enjoys 300 days of sunshine a year and boasts more than 20 golf courses.

With average temperatures rising to 25 ˚C (76˚F) in August, it is the perfect climate for visiting golfers.

Mallorca is also blessed with a host of must-see cultural attractions, entertainment hotspots and wonderful beaches, making it one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations.

More than 500 exhibitors, representing national and regional golf tourism organisations, leading resorts and golf courses are currently at this year’s event staged in Tenerife, The Canary Islands, highlighting the event’s broad appeal as an established focal point to do business.

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