Are you traveling to Mallorca? Here’s a list of our favorite attractions and the top 10 things to do in Mallorca as a tourist!
Cala S’Amonia is a lovely paradise beach in the southeastern part of Mallorca. This beach offers pure white sand and crystal clear water in a small lagoon. Cala S’Amonia is a must when it comes to the top things to do in Mallorca!
Pollenca is a genuine and cozy town located on the eastern side of Serra de Tramuntana. If you want an authentic Majorcan experience, then this is one of the small towns on the island that are worth visiting. The area has been inhabited for a long time, and they have found the remains dated 2000 years BC In Puerto Pollensa is also a cozy small harbor and a beautiful sandy beach lined with charming restaurants and shops.
The area has been inhabited for a long time, and they’ve found remainings dating back 2000 years BC. In Puerto Pollensa, you’ll find a small and cozy harbor and a beautiful sandy beach lined with charming restaurants and shops.
Palma de Mallorca
Mallorca’s capital is a historical city with beautiful architecture and also a lot for you to discover. Besides elegant architecture, art, and history, the city also offers excellent shopping. Plan at least a full day in Palma when visiting Mallorca. This town is one of the most popular things to do in Mallorca and shouldn’t me missed during your stay on the island!
Old Town in Alcudia
Alcudia was the place where the Romans first landed and settled on Mallorca when they invaded 123 BC. But the city itself has been inhabited since the Bronze Age. The medieval heritage is clearly visible today through preserved buildings and walls that surround the city. Nowadays, however, Alcudia is an excellent resort destination mainly for families.
Alcudia is incredibly suitable for families with children, thanks to its shallow beaches and tranquil surroundings.
Like many other islands, there’s no lack of water sports in Mallorca. Here you’ll find all different kinds of water sports including paddleboarding, surfing, flyboarding, jet-skiing, water skiing and much more. There’s also much to discover below the sea, and all around the island you’ll find several diving school and companies arranging both scuba diving and snorkeling excursions.
Cap de Formentor
This is Mallorca’s most northerly point, and locally, this place is also known as “where the winds meet.”
is the place also known as “where the winds meet.” From here, you get fantastic views of the sea and the countryside of Mallorca. Nearby Cap de Formentor also lies several beautiful and secluded beaches with accompanying luxury hotels. The cliffs around the viewpoint of Cap de Formentor drops 400 meters and will give you that WOW feeling when looking around.
Mallorca has a lively nightlife that suits both young and older travelers. The most youngsters stick to Magaluf, where you’ll find famous clubs like Grabbarna Grus and BCM. While older travelers mostly keep to Palma and Alcudia’s more relaxed restaurants, lounges, and bars. There are plenty of bars and clubs all over Mallorca, and here you’ll find something that suits everyone regardless of taste in music and what kind of nightlife you prefer.
Visit the organic farms and see all the beautiful orange, lemon and fig groves, and much more. Ecovinyassa consists of 49 stations where you can see the natural farming process, learn more about it and also taste some local fruits. From Ecovinyassa you also get an incredibly beautiful view of the mountains of Serra de Tramuntana.
Jungle Parc is a fun adventure park for the whole family where you can try on different jungle paths. The difficulty levels vary, and on some of them, adults have to follow along on the forest paths with their children. There are even more challenging routes for both youngsters and adults. Jungle Parc offers a day full of fun for the whole family!
Serra de Tramuntana
A mountain range that runs from the southeast to the northeast part of Mallorca. The mountain range offers exciting hiking trails and breathtaking views. During the winter it can even happen that the mountain peak Puig Major is covered by snow. Since 2011, the area is on the UNESCO list of world heritage.
One of the top things to do in Mallorca if you love being out in nature!