Things to do in Majorca
Only 10 km from the Balearic capital, we find Puerto de Portals, one of the Mediterranean’s most prestigious luxury marinas.
Port des Canonge, Llucalcari, Ses Salines, Colonia Sant Jordi, Santanyi, Sa Calobra and Banyalbufar cove are the most hidden areas on the island
Majorca’s coastline offers countless extraordinarily beautiful beaches, which are clean, safe and offer many amenities and services.
Relajarse en Mallorca es tan sencillo como dejarse llevarse por los placeres de sus paisajes, su gastronomía, la cultura y, también, recibiendo algunos tratamientos de spa.
Es Baluard, located on the Renaissance walls of Majorca, boasts an art collection of over 700 works.
The Hams Caves are one of the most attractive sites on the island of Majorca. Their natural beauty is complemented by dramatic and artistic illumination.
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.
Also known as Es Canyeret, this small rock and pebble beach is popular with nudists
Palma Cathedral, also called ‘La Seu’ or ‘Cathedral of Light’, is famous for having the world’s largest Gothic rose window and works by artists such as Gaudí and Miquel Barceló.
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.