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Majorca Highlights

Ruta Martiana Tapas Tour
Tour the tapas bars in Palma’s Old Town on Tuesday or Wednesday nights and sample culinary specialities at discounted prices.
Cycling Route Palma – Playa de Palma
The gentle 36 km ride from Palma to Playa de Palma takes you along seafront promenades and coastal cycle lanes.
Es Trenc Beach
Caribbean-blue waters and long white sands await at Es Trenc, a popular nudist beach with a wild, natural edge.
Diving at El Toro Island
The deep waters around El Toro Island form a marine reserve with a wealth of sea life great for divers.
Torrent de Pareis Hiking Route
This challenging but spectacular route traces Torrent de Pareis Gorge through some of the wildest parts of the Tramuntana Mountains.
Train Ride to Soller
The wooden-framed train to Soller crosses through the dramatic scenery of the Tramuntana Mountains, passing orchards, vineyards and traditional farmhouses.
Formentor Beach
Hidden on the island’s north coast is Formentor Beach. Lined with pine and oak trees it has a secluded feel.
Kitesurfing in Pollensa Bay
Try one of the latest fashions in watersports and kitesurf across the waters of Pollensa Bay on Mallorca’s north coast.
El Chiringuito Bar
On the rocks near Santa Ponsa, El Chiringuito is a natural sunbathing spot, with sun loungers and a café-bar.
Puro Beach
Restaurant, bar, chill-out lounge and spa rolled into one, Puro Beach offers 180° views of Palma Bay.

As lively or relaxed as you want

A firm favorite among sun-seekers, Majorca (or Mallorca) is the largest Balearic Island.

Palma, the enchanting capital, has a grand cathedral overlooking the harbor, a 14th-century castle and Arab baths, to name just a few highlights.

Nearby is Palma Nova, home to lots of Majorca hotels on the beach within easy reach of the fantastic nightlife in Magaluf.

Further along are calmer Santa Ponsa and Port d’Andratx.

In the opposite direction, S’Arenal has a fantastic, palm-lined beach and quick airport shuttle rides.

On the north side of the island, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Serra de Tramuntana range features amazing mountain lakes.

A trip to its highest peak, Puig Major, will provide breathtaking views.

Down below is Port de Soller, a lovely town with some excellent Majorca hotels for families.

Other popular family resorts include Alcudia with its long sandy beach, and neighboring Port de Pollenca.

Ruins of the Roman town of Pollentia are nearby.

In the east, Cala Ratjada benefits from 2 beautiful coastlines, while the beaches at Cala Bona and Cala Millor certainly live up to their names – Good and Best.

Cala d’Or (Golden Cove) is another aptly named resort: its golden, sandy beach is nestled between rocks lapped by turquoise waters.

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