Majorca is a Spanish island in the Mediterranean, the largest and the most popular of the Balearic Islands with Palma de Mallorca as its capital. The island is well-known for its resorts and package holidays. Stunning scenery for hiking, cycling and golf; luxury hotels and hip hideaways; superb marinas, boats, and sailing; top restaurants, tapas bars and food; great nightlife and bars; amazing villas, fincas and real estate – that’s what attracts thousands of visitors every year.
What to see
Palma de Mallorca – the island´s capital. Very old city where you may find architectural wonders. Palma is bordered by rocky inlets and marinas on the south side, whilst many of the tourist resorts are positioned towards the east side of the city.
Cap de Formentor on the north eastern coast of Majorca. The natural landscapes here are beautiful to visit and the views are stunning.
Soller and Port de Soller – a beautiful town in the mountains that can be reached by a combination of train and tram.
Dragon Caves – an amazing attraction to visit. See the series of three main caves – Cueva Negra (black cave), Cueva Blanca (white cave) and Cueva Luis Salvator (Luis Salvator cave) where you will enjoy incredible stalactite formations. Go to underground Lake Martel where you can take a boat trip. There is also a further cave Cueva de los Franceses (cave of the French) on the far side of the lake which will not leave you indifferent.
S’Albufera d’Alcudia – the largest area on the Balearic Islands. The entrance is free, but you will need to apply for a special visiting permit in advance. There is a huge variety of birds and wildlife here that can be seen.
What to do
Enjoy pebbled, sandy and rock beaches. That’s why people come here from all over the world.
Visit waterparks: Port d’Alcudia, Marinelamd Majorca, Aqualand El Arenal.
Visit Pearl factory. Pearl production has existed here since the 19th century and they are now globally recognized for their quality and ‘perfection’.
Go on a wine trip. On the tour you will learn how the grapes are grown, cultivated and processed. You will also get to sample wines from around the region.
Try Majorcan food: pa ambo li, sobrasada, tumbet, arroz brut, ensaimada to fully enjoy your holiday.
Hike through the Tramuntana range The Serra de Tramunta is a picturesque mountain range which runs up the island of Majorca from the south to the north east, and is around 88kilometres long.
Visit Magaluf and catch a show. Well known for its nightlife and best beaches in Majorca, Spain. There are over 100 bars to be found here as well as many clubs and discos which stay open right through the night into the early hours of the morning. The area is also well known for its water sports during the daylight hours. The world famous Pirates Show is a live entertainment spectacular that everyone will enjoy. A unique blend of music, dance, acrobatics and of course, pirates, you can choose from the family-friendly daytime show or the adults-only “Pirates Uncut” version in the evening. If you want a more sophisticated night out, book tables at the Gran Casino Theatre for a spectacular Vegas-style dinner and cabaret.