The major hotspots in Formentor, Majorca

Make the most of your next holiday to the island of Majorca and explore all of the major hot spots in Forementor...

Planning your next holiday in Majorca and in need of some travel tips? We've rounded up all of the best hot spots in Formentor, so that you can get the most out of your next visit. Expect clear sapphire seas, white sandy beaches and all just a two hour flight away from the UK.

Located in one of the most important areas of the island, opposite the idyllic Formentor Beach, the five-star Formentor, a Royal Hideaway Hotel is the perfect place for a few days of complete relaxation. Get involved in the many activities available here such as snorkeling, scuba diving or paddle boarding or simply stroll through the landscaped gardens in the surrounding Mediterranean woodlands before settling down for an evening meal in one of the four restaurants in the resort.

Take a drive up to the north-eastern tip of the island and experience the most breath-taking views and dramatic landscapes of Cap de Formentor . While the steep roads through the In the Fumat Mountains can be scary at times, the rewards are well worth it when you arrive at the iconic Cap de Formentor lighthouse which overlooks the azure waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Be sure to also stop off at the Numerous viewpoints Along the way including the popular Mirador del Mal Pas, better known as Mirador d'es Colomer due to the nearby Colomer Island which lies just off the peninsula.

While many of the 200 cave systems in Majorca are not open to the public, the impressive Campanet Coves are - making them a must see attraction for visitors. Tucked away in the valleys of the Tramuntana Mountains, lies at 3.00 square meter cave network where you can explore the underground world of Majorca. These curious caves are distinguished by the quality and richness of their calcareous deposits in the form of stalactites and stalagmites, which are a wonder to see up close.

Located in the sheltered bay of Puerto Pollensa against the stunning back drop of the Tramuntana mountains lies the iconic Pine Walk. This lovely scenic promenade along the waterfront offers the perfect place for a relaxing stroll. Watch as the calm waves gently roll on to the soft sandy shores and feel all your troubles melt away in this quiet part of town ...

No trip to the paradisiacal island of Majorca would be complete without enjoying the best of the island's beaches and Formentor beach needs to be top of your to-do list. Not only to the crystal-clear waters and white soft sandy shores of Formentor Beach make this one of Majorca's most beautiful beaches but it is also one of the most accessible island, with a large car park just off the main road. Expect a beautiful sandy strip of beach in a beautiful crescent bay, with pine trees over hanging on the beach and a grassy area back from the beach, which is the perfect shady picnic area.

If you're looking to go beyond your hotel and discover a different side to Majorca, then the medieval town of Alcudia is the perfect place for a day-trip. Explore the quaint cobbled streets lined with boutique shops and restaurant, all while soaking up the authentic Mallorcan atmosphere and historic architecture. From its big weekly market through to traditional festivals and fairs and classical music festivals, the town puts on a whole host of cultural events throughout the year which are not missed.

What better way to end your next trip to Formentor than with a visit to one of the best local vineyards, Bodegas Can Vidalet . This picturesque winery in the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains produces a fine selection of wines and spirits, each boasting a distinctly characteristic taste.