Majorca Island Things to Do

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  • 1. Soller & Puerto de Soller

    The attractive bay offers calm waters for swimming and a pedestrian walkway for the beach.Plenty of restaurants and cafes along the waterfront.Easy to reach from Soller town by the tram system which...

  • 2. West Coast

    It's the hell of a job driving downwards the coast to Calobra. And shall we say that the sights, upon arrival compensate the effort? Well... If you admire dramatic landscapes, yes. If you wanted...

  • 3. Beaches

    In the opposite side to Palma, protected by the mountains of Formentor, a large bay holds a long sandy beach. It's a good starting point to the visits to the wild northern coast, but, as long as my...

  • 4. Cap de Formentor

    I made two attempts to reach the end of the cape. Both of them failed with Fernanda feeling dizziness (and fear), caused by the winding roads and steep cliffs. It's a pity. The landscape is...

  • 5. Palma de Mallorca

    Off-season travel is, of course, a great bargain. You can flit from Barcelona to the island of Mallorca ; a trip you can take independently that I would recommend highly. When I travel, I try to spend...

  • 6. Pollenca & Port de Pollenca

    If you fancy an hour's stroll through some pleasant countryside it's possible to walk from Puerto Pollensa over to Cala San Vicente for a drink and/or meal by the sea. You can then either retrace your...

  • 7. Caves

    I've been in many caves, all with the same type of beauty - the stalactites, stalagmites and water ponds. Some details make them all different but the Cuevas del Drach have something special: in the...

  • 8. Amusement Parks

    Great! An amazing family day out! Don't miss the turtles, octopus, clown fish, and terrifying sharks! And if you are a fan of nature this is the place to go, if you are not, go there anyway! it's fun...

  • 9. Valldemossa

    I strongly recommend a trip to Valldemossa. This village is situated at 436 meters above sea level. It is known because Federic Chopin and his lover George Sand lived there from december 1838 to...

  • 10. Monasterio de Lluc - Monastery of Lluc

    Nestled in a valley below the Tramuntana mountains, Lluc monastery lies in a perfect location and is a worthwhile stop on any trip to Mallorca. The monastery dates from the 18th century, though the...

  • 11. Fornalutx

    Fornalutx is one of the many impossibly beautiful mountain villages that dot the mountainside in northern Mallorca. It's located about 6km east of Soller, and consists of winding, narrow streets...

  • 12. Alcudia

    4 out of 5 stars

    Alcudia is situated in the north east of the island, the town is surrounded by a 14th century wall The well restored town is entered by the Moll gate.A mile away is Port Alcudia a lovely seaside...

  • 13. Sineu

    Whilst wandering around the market at Sineu we came across some puppies and I am not sure whether they were for sale or whether they belonged to a market trader. There were cages around with birds and...

  • 14. Museums, Galleries & Artists

    The Museu d'Art espanyol conteporani in Palma has been formed out of an 18th Century Mansion. The Entrance hall and stairway have been carefully preserved, but beyond that it follows the convention...

  • 15. Cala Ratjada

    Cala Ratjada is built on a small rocky peninsula on the extreme northeast corner of the island and is the principle port of the Capdepera district. The resort...

  • 16. Cala Millor

    The modern resort of Cala Millor is situated on the east coast of Majorca, and close to Cala Bona. The town is the largest tourist development on the east coast...

  • 17. Starfish Glass Bottom Boat

    Starfish is a glass bottom catarmaran that operates along the south eastern Majorcan coast - we stayed in Cala D'or and the boat goes on daily visits to Porto...

  • 18. Alcudia

    Alcúdia is a small town in north part of Mallorca between the bays of Alcudia and Pollença.We parked the car outside the city walls (there are some free...

  • 19. Valldemosa

    Valldemosa is a beautiful village about 17km NW from Palma. It’s a picturesque place, located at 435m above sea level on the valley of Sierra de Tramuntana....

  • 20. Soller and port de Soller

    Soller is a small town at NW of Mallorca island, about 28km from Palma.It’s a ideal for a daytrip from Palma especially if you combine it with a side trip to...

  • 21. port Pollenca

    Puerto de Pollensa is small seaside town (popular among british families) with not much to offer to someone that wants something more than a beach and sangria....

  • 22. Palma

    Palma de Mallorca is the capital of the island. Most people prefer other places to stay but even in that case the capital worth to be visited and you can see...

  • 23. Formentor

    Formentor peninsula is an amazing range that gives the best photo opportunities in Mallorca island, no surprise many postcards of Mallorca have pictures from...

  • 24. Capdepera

    Capdepera is a small town at NE of Mallorca island, 80km away from Palma. We drove there after visiting Caves del Drach in the morning. There are numerous free...

  • 25. Lluc monastery

    We visited the famous monastery of Lluc after Soller (33km away)It’s an important religious place with a nice church and a famous boys’ choir. After a long day...

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