Things to do in Majorca
With 30 kilometres of coastline, Alcúdia has numerous attractions for travellers: medieval walls, idyllic beaches and a city centre full of monuments.
The island’s capital has more to offer tourists than meets the eye: a history spanning thousands of years, Mediterranean cuisine, turquoise water beaches and a buzzing nightlife.
This small mountain village, located some 25 minutes from Palma, was the birthplace of a saint and the home to various artists and historic figures. In 1838, Chopin spent the winter here.
Turquoise waters, a forest of stalactites and the sense that you are entering a magical place… Are you ready? Let’s head down into the most spectacular caves of Majorca.
Majorca’s second-largest city offers travellers an attractive heritage, beautiful natural landscapes and a broad range of coves and beaches along the Mediterranean.
The Museu Fundación Juan March is situated in a stately manor in Palma de Mallorca, hosting an impressive collection of 20th century Spanish art.
To find out where to eat in Majorca trust your instincts and also these recommendations about not-to-miss restaurants.
The Palma Aquarium will transport you to the world’s different seas and oceans in a truly immersive experience. And prepare to get up-close and personal with the great whales.
The Palma Auditorium, located in the heart of the bay, celebrates its 50th anniversary as a top site of the island’s cultural and social life.
A treasure map to discover the most unspoiled, wild, beautiful and hidden coves of an island with 348 beaches and 550 kilometres of coastline.