SPAIN Holidays and Travel Guide
Places to Visit &
See in Majorca
There is so much to see in
Majorca. The buses get to almost
every corner of the island so that you don't
need to hire a car to see whole island.
The eastern coasts of Mallorca are a
wonderful mixture of bays, long sweeps of
beaches, coves and spectacular caves. The far
east part of the island is a mixture of
port, village and promenade area called
Cala Ratjada. The coasts are full of family friendly
If your kids get bored from
splashing around the pools, then
Marineland located in Gracillaso de la
Vega, Aqualand Mallorca and
are the popular water
parks for your kids to have fun.
such as Artà
in Canyamel; Drac with its large
subterranean lake and Hams in
The south of Mallorca is more arid
and hosts many beautiful beaches such as
ses Covetes and es Trenc as well
as the beaches of Mondragó, Cala Figuera
and Cala Santanyí.
A day out at
one of the
things to do in Majorca.
de Mallorca is
is a great weekend city break
most impressive wall there is
La Seu Cathedral.
is one of the best gothic
creations in the world. With 700
years in the making, it is
designed to look magnificent and
mighty from the sea.
Palma Aquarium is also a
must see attraction.
is a must see. When you come to Magaluf, it
may be seem like you are in an English land.
a pretty coastal village worth seeing.
Yachting and sailing is popular there. Also
you may participate to inexpensive boat
trips through the wonderful bays.
northeastern coasts of Mallorca, lies
the sweeping bays of
Pollensa which are Mallorca’s main
holiday resorts and tourist destinations.
Alcúdia, with its old town wall, the
Roman city of Pollentia and well-preserved
amphitheatre is the most popular holiday
resorts. Alcúdia Bay is lined up with
wonderful golden sandy beaches and holiday
resorts of Can Picafort, Son Serra de
Marina and the Colònia de Sant Pere.
The region is also site of the s’Albufera
is one of the most important
towns on the coast popular by the artists
and celebrities. In addition, The Cala de
San Vicenç and the Formentor
peninsula are worth to visit and see. Beaches in
Pollensa on the north end of the
island are a bit windy but the facilities
around the region are excellent.
interior part of Majorca is a vast plain
area containing small industrial town,
farmlands and forests of olive and almond
In the Tramuntana region, the mountain scenery
in the altitude of 5,000 ft. can be
enjoyed in the
shape of Puig Major.
Here is the
steepest part of the island and the towns
are picturesque which include Valldemossa, Sóller and
In addition to its rugged landscape,
Mallorca’s northern parts are carved and
sculpted by a mountain range that parallels the coast
for over 100 kilometres.
The coastal region
here has attractive coves and beach
holiday resorts of Cala de Deià, Port de
Sóller, Cala Tuent and sa Calobra.
With an half an
hour ride north-west coast of Majorca, you
may come across to the pretty village of
Déià... Déià is built on a hill with
honey colored stones. It is really an
attractive village worth seeing. From Déià,
a visit to the traditional town
Valldemossa is recommended. Here you may
visit the apartment of Chapin
containing his original works. You can
experience and enjoy the best performances
of Chopin in the mansion next to the
monastery during summer and autumn.
If you like natural beauties,
Cap de Formentor
are just for you to visit. Serra de Tramuntana is a touristic
mountain and Cap de Formentor is a river
which flows between the mountains. Along
with them, the spectacular
Sa Calobra Bay
are among the natural beauties
waiting for you in your
popular tourist excursions in Majorca are
made to the Coves del Drac
Coves de Arta.
also experience fabulous beaches that Majorca has