Routes and strolls through Majorca
The Cabrera archipelago, only 11 nautical miles from Majorca, is a protected area with a natural terrestrial and, above all, an overwhelming sea wealth.
The countless attractions of the beautiful town of Deià, north-west of Majorca, have captivated artists, artisans and famous faces.
Pollença, considered to be Majorca’s cultural cradle, has inspired artists for centuries and is also home to the Balearic Island’s most important music festival.
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.
Discover the loveliest towns, from busy tourist ports to small villages hidden in the Tramuntana mountain range.
This pilgrimage centre, constructed to venerate the patron saint of Majorca, is also the starting point for several hiking and mountain biking routes.
Majorca is the favourite destination for boat trips. Whether you rent a boat or join a group excursion, the Majorcan coastline promises not to leave anyone indifferent
Who can resist a stroll down Palma’s Maritime Promenade, where you can enjoy a delicious meal in a restaurant with a seaside view?
Perched on top of the Mount Alaró, the remains of the impregnable medieval castle treasure a legend-filled history that seems straight out of a fantasy book.