Things to do in Majorca
Crystal clear water, a gentle sea breeze and some magical locations will make this couple’s trip to Majorca one of the most romantic of your life.
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.
The Tramuntana mountain range is full of oil mills where the oil from centenary olive trees was made. Oil is an essential element of Mediterranean cuisine.
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.
In addition to its well-known tourist centres, the Balearic island has a variety of natural landscapes that can be explored for a fun-filled and unforgettable group trip
Since 2013, the exclusive Formentor, a Royal Hideaway Hotel, has been the venue for Mallorca’s biggest classical music festival in the gorgeous setting of Formentor.
Visiting Sóller is taking a trip back in time in a historic train and arriving at a beautiful town with a thriving past.