Things to see in the Majorca and surronding area
With 30 kilometres of coastline, Alcúdia has numerous attractions for travellers: medieval walls, idyllic beaches and a city centre full of monuments.
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.
Majorca’s second-largest city offers travellers an attractive heritage, beautiful natural landscapes and a broad range of coves and beaches along the Mediterranean.
Visiting Sóller is taking a trip back in time in a historic train and arriving at a beautiful town with a thriving past.
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.
Since the early 20th century, the Soller train has connected the city of Palma with the village of Soller, over a spectacular route across mountains and valleys.
The Cabrera archipelago, only 11 nautical miles from Majorca, is a protected area with a natural terrestrial and, above all, an overwhelming sea wealth.
Hidden among the Llevant mountain range, the town of Capdepera has lovely coves of crystal-clear water and a castle that was built in the 14th century.
The Formentor lighthouse is on the northernmost point of the island of Majorca, an iconic place that can only be reached through a winding road dotted with cliffs and pines.