What to see in Pla de Mallorca
Majorca is home to traditional glass factories that use the blowing method to create their pieces and that are open to visitors.
To find out where to eat in Majorca trust your instincts and also these recommendations about not-to-miss restaurants.
Ensaimadas, pearls, ceramics and wine are just a few of Majorca’s star products, all of which have been handcrafted from ancient times until today.
From Carnival to the Moors and Christians festivals, Majorca has many local festivals and fairs.
In lesser-known destinations in Majorca, such as the island’s interior, solo travellers can find out about the Talaiotic culture, visit a holy monastery or go canyoning without spending too much.
Apart from beaches, Majorca has a large range of water parks. The most important of these are Aqualand, Hidropark and Western Water Park.
Visiting the markets of Majorca is a good way to get to know the best of Balearic traditions in the form of handicrafts and culinary delights.
In recent years, the island of Majorca has become a benchmark for golf tourism in Europe, thanks to its many courses located in a unique natural environment.
Since most of La Albufera is wetland, it is an ideal place to explore the sanctuary for a large diversity of water and migratory birds.