Places: Explore the towns, villages and landmarks
The largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Mallorca is a major holiday destination for more than six decades. There are three cities Palma – the capital, Manacor and Inca. The most popular tourist resorts are Alcudia, Cala d’Or, Pollensa, Magaluf and Santa Ponsa. The natural beaches in the northeast, east, and south coasts appeal to many.
The capital of Mallorca and the Balearic Islands, Palma is the pearl of the Mediterranean. Discover why it’s been named the world’s best city to live in. […] Palma
Magaluf is the essential place for many parties. Live music, several major tourist attractions and a large beach make this a popular spot on the island. […] Magaluf
Santa Ponsa, a popular beachside resort, is the perfect family holiday location with lots to do and see, a number of golf clubs, a marina and plenty of good hotels and restaurants. […] Santa Ponsa
Puerto Portals is the glamour hotspot of Mallorca with numerous luxury yachts, top class restaurants and the best international designer brands on offer. […] Puerto Portals
The exclusive town of Port d’Andratx in the southwest of Mallorca is a sought-after location for home ownership or a visit when touring the island.
[…] Port Andratx
The town of Sóller is one of the most beautiful in Mallorca. It is paradise for hikers and cyclists, gourmet lovers and a desirable option to live. Her is your complete guide to Sóller. […] Sóller
Discover the beauty and rich cultural heritage of Valldemossa, the historic town in West Mallorca within the Tramuntana mountain range. Read more… […] Valldemossa
The historical town Alcúdia is considered one of the most beautiful on Mallorca. With lots of shops, bars, restaurants and boutique hotels. A visit is highly recommended! […] Alcúdia
A long, white sand beach that is a popular holiday destination for families and young people. Water sports, restaurants, hotels and a Blue Flag award. […] Playa de Alcudia
Playa de Palma is a long stretch of sandy beach just south of Palma’s cultural centre and ideal for a fun and active holidays for party-going tourists. […] Playa de Palma
Pollensa town in the north of Mallorca offers lots to see & do, enchanting surrounding areas, great restaurants and hotels plus lots more. […] Pollensa
Mallorca’s Serra de Tramuntana mountain range ends at Cap de Formentor, the island’s northern tip. Discover the peninsula’s best places for photography. […] Cap de Formentor