Things to do in Majorca
Majorca’s nightlife is livelier than ever before. Enjoy the best DJs and sunsets at the most exclusive beach clubs.
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.
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.
Its crystal-clear waters and its attractions make the island of Majorca an ideal adventure-packed family holiday destination with children.
Mallorca has its own Pueblo Español which transports visitors across Spain and some of its most emblematic monuments without leaving Palma.
From Carnival to the Moors and Christians festivals, Majorca has many local festivals and fairs.
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
Mar, montaña e historia hacen de Mallorca un paraíso perfecto para quienes buscan buenas rutas de senderismo, con opciones para todas las edades y niveles.
Who can resist a stroll down Palma’s Maritime Promenade, where you can enjoy a delicious meal in a restaurant with a seaside view?