OLD TOWN OF PALMA
Discover the romantic courtyards of the Sixteenth century and the most important historical monuments: the Cathedral, known as “La Seu”; Almudaina Palace, the Arab Baths, the Jewish Quarter, Plaza de la Cort and the City Hall, Bellver Castle…
Immerse yourself in the transparent waters in any of the 208 beaches that you can find on the island or enjoy a stroll on its golden sands. We recommend the following beaches: Playa de Muro, Cala Mesquida, Cala Llombards, Cala Mondragó, Ses Salines, Es Trenc and Ciudad Jardín.
CAP DE FORMENTOR
Cape with a lighthouse and stunning views. On a clear day, you can see the island of Minorca. Its sunsets are out of this world, as people from all over the world come to see how the sun sets behind the sea in slow motion.
SOLLER AND PUERTO SOLLER
The valley of the orange and lemon trees, with unique charming spots and its historical tram. At the port you can find endless restaurants where to sample the exquisite local cuisine and, if you still have time, you can visit the nearby town of Fornalutx.
EXCURSION TO VALLDEMOSSA
Traditionally an artist town, it is also the birthplace of the only beatified nun from Majorca, Saint Catherine of Palma. Also, don’t miss out on visiting the Royal Carthusian Monastery, where Frédéric Chopin and George Sand spent their famous “Winter in Majorca”.
THE CAVES OF MAJORCA
Around the coastline you can find different caves, the most famous of which are the Caves of Drach in Porto Cristo, a stunning natural sight. We also recommend that you visit the Caves of Artà, located above the sea.