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Mallorca or Majorca is the largest island in the Balearic Islands, which are part of Spain and located in the Mediterranean. The local language, as on the rest of the Balearic Islands, is Catalan, which is co-official with Spanish.


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How to visit Majorca ?

To get to Majorca, you have several options. The most common way is to fly into Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), which offers numerous direct flights from major European cities. Alternatively, you can take a ferry from Barcelona, Valencia, or Ibiza to the island.

It's wise to book certain things in advance to make the most of your trip. Reserve accommodations, car rentals, and popular tourist activities like guided tours or boat trips early, especially during the peak summer months.

Costs in Majorca can vary depending on your travel style. Budget travelers can expect to spend around €50-70 per day, while mid-range and luxury travelers may spend between €100-200 per day or more. Keep in mind that prices tend to be higher during the high season (June to September).

Majorca offers a wide array of activities to suit all interests. Some of the best things to do include:
1. Relaxing on beautiful beaches like Es Trenc and Cala Agulla.
2. Exploring the historic city of Palma, including the stunning Le Seu Cathedral and the Royal Palace of La Almudaina.
3. Visiting charming villages like Valldemossa, Deià, and Sóller.
4. Hiking the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range for breathtaking views.
5. Taking a boat trip to explore the stunning coastline and nearby islands like Cabrera.

When it comes to dining, Majorca offers a variety of options to satisfy your taste buds. For an authentic Spanish meal, try Ca'n Pedro in Genova, which serves traditional Majorcan dishes like tumbet and frito mallorquin. For seafood lovers, head to Restaurante Es Molí de'n Pau in Sóller, where you can enjoy fresh fish and stunning harbor views. Finally, for a more upscale dining experience, visit Simply Fosh in Palma, a Michelin-starred restaurant offering Mediterranean cuisine with a modern twist.

Finding the perfect place to stay in Majorca is easy with a variety of options for all budgets. For budget-friendly accommodations, consider staying at Hostal Corona in Palma or Hostal Apuntadores in Valldemossa. For mid-range options, check out Hotel Born in Palma or Hotel Dalt Muntanya in Orient. If you prefer luxury accommodations, consider staying at Belmond La Residencia in Deià or Cap Rocat in Cala Blava.

Off the beaten path:

For an unusual travel experience in Majorca, consider exploring the lesser-known Arta Caves (Coves d'Artà). Located on the northeast coast of the island, these caves offer a unique adventure as you wander through the impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations. The caves are also rich in history, with evidence of prehistoric human presence and even a legend of pirates using them as a hideout. This hidden gem provides an extraordinary experience away from the usual tourist spots, allowing you to connect with Majorca's natural beauty and intriguing past.




The Best Things to Do and Visit around Majorca


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1 - Mallorca

Mallorca or Majorca is the largest island in the Balearic Islands, which are part of Spain and located in the Mediterranean. The local language, as on the rest of the Balearic Islands, is Catalan, which is co-official with Spanish.

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2 - Sineu

Sineu is a municipality in central Mallorca, one of the Balearic Islands, Spain. Olympic cyclist Francisco Tortellá was born here.

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3 - Boat Tours in Alcudia, Mallorca

   14 km away

Come and explore the Levante Natural Park in Mallorca with this boat tour from Can Picafort! When talking about nature in Mallorca, the first thing that comes to mind is the Tramuntana mountain range. However, in this part of the Balearic Islands the...

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4 - Alcúdia

   19 km away

Alcúdia is a municipality and township of the Spanish autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is the main tourist centre in the North of Majorca on the eastern coast. It is a large resort popular with families.

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5 - Palma Aquarium

   24 km away

Palma Aquarium is a commercial aquarium and park that first opened in 2007 in Palma, Mallorca, Spain. The aquarium is the property of Coral World International.

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6 - Whale Watching in Alcudia, Mallorca

   14 km away

Come and see dolphins in the Bay of Alcúdia on a boat tour from Can Picafort, in Mallorca! Did you know that it is possible to see dolphins off the coast of Mallorca? These endearing mammals inhabit the coasts of the island, the most common be...

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7 - sa Calobra

   25 km away

Sa Calobra is a small village in the Escorca municipality on the northwest coast of the Spanish Balearic island of Majorca. The port village is a popular destination for coach trips and road cyclists and is accessible by a single winding road, designed by Italian-Spanish engineer Antonio Parietti and opened in 1933, which features many hairpin bends and a 270° spiral bridge called the tie knot.

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8 - Serra de Tramuntana

   28 km away

The Serra de Tramuntana is a mountain range running southwest–northeast which forms the northern backbone of the Spanish island of Mallorca. It is also the name given to the comarca of the same area.

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9 - Escalada in Mallorca

   14 km away

Mallorca is one of the best rock climbing spots in Spain, which is why Experience Mallorca offers you exciting climbing routes through different cliffs and coastal mountains of the island.  The spots: Sa Gubia: the largest crag in Mallorca,...

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10 - Artà

   29 km away

Artà is one of the 53 independent municipalities on the Spanish Balearic island of Majorca. The small town of the same name is the administrative seat of this municipality in the region of Llevant.

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11 - Faro Capgros

   31 km away
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12 - Rock climbing in Mallorca

   14 km away

Mallorca is one of the best rock climbing spots in Spain, which is why Experience Mallorca offers you exciting climbing routes through different cliffs and coastal mountains of the island.  The spots: Sa Gubia: the largest crag in Mallorca,...

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13 - Deià

   32 km away

Deià is a municipality and small coastal village in the Serra de Tramuntana, which forms the northern ridge of the Spanish island of Mallorca. It is located about 16 kilometres north of Valldemossa, and it is known for its literary and musical residents.

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14 - Palma

   34 km away

Palma, fully known as Palma de Mallorca, is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain. It is situated on the south coast of Mallorca on the Bay of Palma.

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15 - Horse riding in Mallorca

   16 km away

Enjoy the experience of horse riding in Mallorca. Take part in this 2-hour activity in Alcudia with your family, friends or couple. Discover Mallorca in a unique way. Ride a horse in the incredible area of Alcudia without any previous riding experien...

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16 - Cap de Formentor

   34 km away

Cap de Formentor forms the eastern end of Majorca's Formentor peninsula. The Majorcans also call the cape the Meeting point of the winds.

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17 - Valldemossa

   34 km away

Valldemossa is a village and municipality on the island of Majorca, part of the Spanish autonomous community of the Balearic Islands.

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18 - Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca

   35 km away
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19 - Colònia de Sant Jordi

   42 km away
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20 - Far de Cap Salines

   48 km away
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Located 200 km off the Iberian Peninsula in the Balearic islands



The island of Mallorca is worth much more than the clichés




a concrete coastline and uncontrolled tourism that has clung to it since some fifteen million tourists disembark each year in Palma, its largest city.

The island of Mallorca is famous for its fine sandy beaches and festive atmosphere.
In addition to its seaside resorts and trendy beach spots, don't miss the architectural beauty of Palma and the natural charm of the Serra de Tramuntana landscape.

Discover the royal palace of Almudaina and the Castell de Bellver,




perched a hundred meters high, or cultivate your artistic soul by visiting the studio of Joan Miró, a painter who lived a large part of his life in Majorca. There are many places not to be missed, and for visitors who prefer less touristy sites, you can visit, among others, the authentic villages of Deià or Estellencs nestled in the island's wild mountains.

If Mallorca is full of places of interest, an excursion in its surroundings will allow you to discover another facet of the island and appreciate the treasures it conceals.

Don't hesitate to venture into the small coves with crystal-clear waters to the west of the island, or into the surprising caves of Drach, near the town of Porto Cristo. For an unusual afternoon off the beaten track, take a tour of the vineyards around Binissalem, a municipality located in the center-west of the island, or escape to the almost deserted island of Cabrera. Mallorca is full of walks to do at any time of the year.



We take advantage of a stay to discover the city, certainly, but also to discover the local gastronomy!

And on this site, you will be conquered because, on the island of Majorca, the culinary specialties are not what is missing. You will have the chance to (re)discover tapas and taste the Pimientos del Padrón - small peppers that we like to eat with friends - or the sobrassada, a pork-based cold cut. In addition to Spanish specialties, you can also sit down at one of the best restaurants in Mallorca to enjoy paella or vegetarian dishes, among others.

To end the day in style and live the Mallorcan experience to the fullest, head to the best bars and clubs in Palma and its region. You will spend unforgettable evenings!

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to Majorca

Why visit Majorca?

Mallorca, a sunny island located in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Barcelona, is known as the largest and most populated of the Balearic archipelago.


For many travelers, Mallorca mainly evokes concrete coasts, seaside resorts, beaches crowded with tourists, and not very authentic villages.

However, this Balearic island is the opposite and most of it is made up of magnificent landscapes, between chiseled mountains, breathtaking cliffs, picturesque stone villages, coves with turquoise waters, and wild beaches. 

If you're looking for an island vacation that's easily accessible, pleasantly warm, and rich in historical heritage, Mallorca seems like the perfect destination!
You will enjoy strolling through the narrow streets of Palma, the capital, and admiring the many historical buildings such as its atypical Romanesque-Gothic cathedral, more commonly known as La Seu, its castle which dominates the city and offers a magnificent panorama of the roofs of Palma, and its royal palace, today one of the residences of the King of Spain.

  • Visiting Mallorca also means discovering its steep coasts, its Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, its typical villages, and its vineyards. Once the sun goes down, you will enjoy the island's delicious restaurants and lively nightlife.

There is no doubt that Mallorca is a charming island to be discovered without moderation so that you can prepare your stay as well as possible,

Choosing your accommodation in Mallorca is the assurance of a fabulous stay in the Balearic Islands. 

Whether you come to enjoy the beaches and coves of the island, discover the small villages, or engage in sports activities, 

Mallorca has adapted to the different types of tourism and offers a wide range of accommodation to suit everyone's needs: from typical houses to hotels in the resorts, and fincas in the middle of nature.

Lovers of picturesque towns will find their happiness along the Serra de Tramuntana in the northwest of the island in villages such as Valldemossa or Fornalutx, while vacationers looking for relaxation and resorts will focus on the south coast or near the capital Palma. 

As for the lovers of quietness, go to the east of Majorca to find authentic villages such as Porto Colom of Artà.













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