Things to see in Majorca
The Son Marroig small palace, situated between Valldemossa and Deià, next to the Miramar monastery, was property of a cousin of Sissi, the Austrian Empress.
The Teatre Principal de Palma, a point of reference for the performing arts on the island, is what was once the Casa de las Comedias, which was inaugurated in 1667.
The Artà Caves are a major attraction of Majorca’s eastern coast. They are sure to stimulate the imagination of any visitor.
Marivent Palace in Palma de Mallorca has been the summer residence of the Spanish Royal Family since 1973
This pilgrimage centre, constructed to venerate the patron saint of Majorca, is also the starting point for several hiking and mountain biking routes.
Located next to the cathedral (La Seu), this former Muslim casbah became the residence of the Majorcan kings and currently holds royal receptions during the summer.
The Alfabia gardens, located in a stately estate next to Sóller, amidst the Tramontana mountain range, date back to the Arab period.
Who can resist a stroll down Palma’s Maritime Promenade, where you can enjoy a delicious meal in a restaurant with a seaside view?
La Lonja in Palma is clearly the best example of the Gothic civil style in Majorca. A prime example of harmony applied to architecture.
This small community that was inhabited by hermits from 1805 to 2010 is the perfect place for a quiet excursion away from the mass tourism in the north-east of the island.