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Mallorca Classic Week (and more) roars into Port Adriano
22 September 2019 @ 18:28

PETROLHEADS and sailing fans, take note: Mallorca Classic Week is back, and you've got the whole weekend to catch one of Spain's biggest displays of some of the oldest and most spectacular cars and yachts in one of the country's most modern and best-equipped ports.

You can still get there in time, even if you're not based on the island – ferries run from Valencia, Barcelona, Dénia (Alicante province) and Gandia (Valencia province), where you can take your car or go on foot, for a far lower price than you'd expect. Or grab a last-minute flight and be there within an average of an hour from almost anywhere on the mainland.

It's the most international classic car and yacht show anywhere on the Mediterranean, and private and commercial owners from at least a dozen countries will be competing for prizes. Categories include Historic Cars, British, American or German Sports Cars and Cabriolets, Driving in Style, Celebrity Cars, Big Happiness in Little Cars, Iconic Design, Elegance, and Most Adventurous Trip to Mallorca.

And yes, big happiness, iconic design, elegance, and celebrity-spotting – the rich and famous often pop along to Mallorca Classic Week – are practically guaranteed.

 

What's happening and when

This morning (Saturday) kicks off with a Classic American Car Show, complete with food trucks selling US-style grub, and starting the party at an unusually early hour, DJ Xema takes to the decks from 11.00. Swing Dance and Lindy-Hop demonstrations follow – the latter is all the rage in eastern Spain right now, so you can watch what the pros do and whet your appetite for learning to give it a whirl yourself.

Read more at thinkSPAIN.com

 



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