Best things to do in Mallorca - Times Travel (2023)

Mallorca’s unique blend of mountains and coast, quaint villages and hidden coves saw it become one of the first-ever package tourism destinations. And today it’s still an island where artists go to be inspired and celebrities and royalty go to escape it all. There are vineyards and farms creating fine wines and olive oils to taste, walled towns of honeyed stone that seem frozen in time and big-hitting capital city Palma, positioning itself as an increasingly trendy city-break destination. Add in top chefs, glorious hotels and some truly breathtaking natural scenery, from cathedral-like caves to castle-topped peaks and lonely lighthouses on rocky peninsulas, and you have everything you need for Balearic bliss.

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1. Take the train

For a novel way to explore the island, hop on the vintage train that connects Palma with the stone village of Sóller, in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. Rattling its way along 100-year-old tracks that were once the easiest way to reach the remote village famed for its oranges, this wooden train promises sweeping mountain vistas, clattering along bridges and viaducts and through tunnels. In 25 minutes, you’re in pretty Sóller with its patio restaurants and winding streets. Why stop there? An old wooden tram connects Sóller to its sister fisherman’s village Port de Sóller, which has now become a smart marina and beach area.

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2. Set sail on a catamaran

In the summer months the cyan waters of Mallorca are flecked with white sails. Make like the glitterati and take to sea to explore the island’s wild northern coastline on a glamorous catamaran. Set sail from Puerto Pollensa and enjoy panoramic views across the whole bay as well as back towards the limestone Cap de Formentor peninsula. You’ll drop anchor for a swim in the warm waters, and the catamarans also come with snorkelling gear, kayaks and even stand-up paddleboards. Each tour includes a barbecue lunch with drinks before returning back to port.

3. Visit a vineyard

Among the pines, almond and olive trees, this mountainous Balearic island is also home to vines which make rousingly good wines. Take a tour to visit Bodega Ribas, Mallorca’s oldest vineyard, in the famed Binissalem wine region, on the east coast, and learn about the winemaking process. Enjoy a sommelier-guided wine tasting accompanied by local jamon and olive oil then hop to a second winery aboard the Mallorca Wine Express to try several different vintages. Watch an alfresco paella cooking demonstration, then sit down to enjoy dinner accompanied by a flamenco show.

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4. Pedal through Palma

Crowned by the majestic gothic cathedral of golden stone that looms above the city, looking wistfully out to sea, Palma de Mallorca is a handsome mix of architectural styles, right from its Arabic baths through to its cobblestone Old Town, baroque palaces and handsome modernista buildings. The best way to get around is on two wheels, pedalling from the buzzing eateries of Santa Catalina to the 15th-century La Lonja maritime exchange with its vaulted stone ceilings. Then you can follow the cycle route that takes you all the way along the city’s coast and around the bay.

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5. Explore a mountain village

The rustic-chic stone houses of Deià, all honeyed stone with smart forest-green shutters, look like they belong in a painting, which is apt for this free-spirited artists’ enclave. Perhaps it is the higgledy-piggledy village, or the light up here in the mountains, but Deià has inspired many an artist and is where poet Robert Graves chose to call home. Not far away is Valldemossa, with its cobbled streets and quirky boutiques. It too had a famous resident; Frédéric Chopin stayed here in the winter of 1839 and recitals of his piano music are staged at the Real Cartuja monastery.

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6. Plunge into the Cavern of the Dragon

Gliding beneath the spiked stalactites of the Cuevas del Drach is quite the experience. They hang down from the roof of the cavern, above one of the world’s largest underground lakes, not far from the eastern beach town of Porto Cristo. Visit the beautifully illuminated Baths of Diana, which are a brilliant turquoise hue. Each visit ends with a classical music concert beside the underground Lake Martel before rowing boats paddle you out beneath the spiked roof for a unique perspective of this otherworldly site.

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7. Take a hike

Rising up from the west coast, the pine-topped Serra de Tramuntana is a walker’s paradise, laced with hiking trails that take in rugged coastlines, mountain villages and panoramic Mediterranean vistas. You can choose to walk for a few hours and stop for lunch at a perfect cala, or follow the GR221 hike that wends its way from Pollensa in the northeast to Puerto d’Andratx in the southwest. These peaks have been listed by Unesco for the farmed terraces, cobbled road network and dry-stone structures that represent centuries of agricultural life in the mountains.

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8. Explore Roman history

The walled city of Alcudia is a joy to explore, a maze of medieval streets wrapped up in sturdy battlements. First settled as far back as 2000 BC, it became an ordered town under the Romans. The town was later sacked by the Vandals, renewed by the Moors, and added to following the Spanish conquest. But head outside the medieval walls and you’ll find the remnants of its Roman past with the ruins of a 2,000-seat theatre, the Forum and Roman villas as well as the artefacts gathered in the on-site Museu Monogràfic de Pol-lèntia.

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9. Discover hidden calas

There are 262 beaches in Mallorca, many of them tucked into its rugged coastline as coves — or calas — surrounded by cliffs and pines. Part of the joy of hiring a car is parking up and following a winding path until the scenery opens up into a picture-perfect beach. Calo des Moro has waters of the clearest blue and Cala Mondrago is set within a national park of the same name. For a truly amazing drive, follow the roads that wind though the mountains and lead to pretty little Sa Calobra, where the cliffs rise up like vast stone walls.

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10. Try coasteering

Part climbing adventure, part scrambling, abseiling and cave swimming, coasteering is the adrenaline-pumping way to explore Mallorca’s thrillingly serrated coastline. There will be cliff-jumping, the chance to soar above the water on a zip-line and caves to explore as you discover some of Mallorca’s least-visited coastlines, away from the beaches and tourists. The clifftop views are breathtaking and the cerulean sea is inviting, with a boat on hand to whisk you between remote spots.

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11. Go snorkelling

With so many miles of spectacular coastline, Mallorca is ideal for snorkelling, whether you want to set off straight from the beach or hop on a boat to a more deserted spot. The island of Sa Dragonera is worth a visit to swim among barracuda and monk fish, while Cala Sant Vincenç reveals a colourful world of sea moss and anemones, and the smaller inlets and calas that can only be reached by boat promise amazing visibility and caves to explore.

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12. Eat your way around Palma

This bijou capital has a vibrant restaurant culture, with patio restaurants that buzz with conversation late into the night. And with a patchwork of farms across the island, and the freshest seafood, great dining is guaranteed. Taste the best the city has to offer with a tapas tour, hopping from bar to bar and grazing on the speciality dishes at each one, all paired with local Mallorcan wines and perhaps even a glass of vermouth. From storied tapas bars to trendy stop-offs, you’ll see the best of Palma’s nightlife.

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13. Visit a finca

Heading inland you’ll discover Mallorca is a rural idyll, with rolling countryside and old dry-stone fincas (farmhouses) tucked among the mountains. The island produces silky olive oils, almonds, citrus fruits and apricots, as well as peppers, mushrooms and aubergines. Take a tour to a traditional finca, dating back to the 12th century, enjoy a spot of olive-oil tasting and discover how it is made following centuries-old traditions. Soak up the Mallorca countryside and finish off the experience with a glass of local wine.

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14. Tour the salt flats

In the southeast of the island, salt has been farmed since the 8th century BC. Set behind the sand dunes of glorious Es Trenc beach, you’ll find a protected area of salt flats which have created a unique habitat for a whole variety of sea birds. Here, a series of salt pans give rise to Mallorca’s high-quality salt, with the premium Flor de Sal hand-harvested by dedicated salineros. Take a guided tour to learn more about this ancient process — and a pot of Mallorcan salt home as a souvenir.

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15. Find the perfect sunset spot

Whether you want to toast a fiery sunset with a crisp gin and tonic, or escape to a hilltop where it’s just you and the view, there are plenty of options on Mallorca. In Port Sóller, the Cap Gros lighthouse is an idea spot to watch the sky painted orange, with views out to sea and across the pretty marina town. For a buzzy atmosphere, try Roxy’s Beach Bar in Puerto Portals, or Palma’s trendy beach spot Assaona. Alternatively, join a boat trip and you can head out to sea for sunset, dinner and cocktails.

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16. Shop the markets

Whether you’re looking to pick up local olive oil and wine, or a few artisan souvenirs, there are plenty of markets to choose from. In Palma, trendy Santa Catalina Market combines stalls selling local produce with eateries and chic bars and is open every day of the week except Sunday. In Pollensa, the market pops up each Sunday in the town’s oldest streets, creating a lovely setting for buying Mallorcan art and artisan products, while Inca Market takes place on Thursdays and is one of the island’s biggest.

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17. Go birdwatching

Switch up Mallorca’s coastline for glorious S’Albufera, the most important wetlands in the Balearic Islands. Here you can follow a network of paths on foot or by bike to spot everything from purple heron and marsh harriers to warblers, flycatchers and even golden orioles. There are viewing platforms and hides that you can use to spot marsh terns and waders, as well as egrets, moustached warblers and crested coots. Start with the exhibition in the visitor centre, which is where you can also pick up your free permit and a map to follow the marked routes.

18. Head high in a hot-air balloon

The beauty of Mallorca’s coastline is best appreciated from the air. While you may enjoy a glimpse from the plane on arrival, a morning or afternoon flight over the island in a hot-air balloon is more relaxing and far more sedate. Head north and you can drift over the rugged, unspoilt scenery with a glass of champagne and tapas in hand, and a guide to point out the key sights. The mountains seem to plunge right down to sea level, with hidden coves tucked among the pines and the majestic Cap Formentor peninsula jutting into the sea.

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19. Kayak the coast

There’s something so serene about gliding along a pristine stretch of coastline, not a soul in sight, just the sound of paddle on water. Navigate your way along the Natural Park Llevant coast and you can look back to the lush mountains, nose into caves and stop at deserted beaches that can only be reached by boat. Beginners may want a shorter trip, while more advanced kayakers can head out for the whole day with a stop-off for food.

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20. Meet Mallorca’s artists

There’s something about the light in Mallorca, that arresting juxtaposition of mountain and coast, that has inspired generations of artists and writers to call the island home. Perhaps the most famous among them was Joan Miró, who set up a studio just outside Palma to create his surrealist pieces. The workshop now forms part of the Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation and you can visit to tour the buildings and learn more about his work. There are many other artists opening up their studios as well, from Barbara Weil, near Puerto d’Andratx, to the Yannick and Ben Jakober Foundation in Alcudia, where you can see the artists’ extensive collection.

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FAQs

How many days in Mallorca is enough? ›

In Majorca, you will need at least five days to realise that not only does it have an immense variety of plans but that it is an island you can easily live on.

What is the prettiest part of Mallorca? ›

Fornalutx. If you stay by the coast you'll never see it, but Fornalutx is regarded by many as the most beautiful village on Mallorca, and one of the most stunning in Spain. You'll find it deep in the Sierra de Tramuntana, with winding streets, narrow stone steps, and flowers and greenery everywhere.

What is the best time of year to go to Mallorca Spain? ›

The best time to visit Mallorca is from March to May, when average temperatures are in the 60s and 70s and the crowds of summer tourists haven't yet descended on the island.

Which is better Ibiza or Mallorca? ›

Overall, Ibiza has better weather for a longer period of time over the year and can be enjoyed in the months around peak season, but if you're after really hot and humid Mediterranean weather for a holiday then Mallorca is the better choice.

Do we need a car in Mallorca? ›

If you are the type of person who prefers to not have to depend on a car when on vacation, spending money on gasoline, worrying about parking tickets, or even having to stop enjoying an exquisite glass of wine because you have to drive, you should know you can do day-trips in Mallorca without a car.

How do you get around Mallorca without a car? ›

Public transport is a good way to get around Mallorca without a car. The island has a fairly extensive network that connects the capital with many towns and tourist areas, with two overground train lines, one metro line, and 8 bus lines.

Is Mallorca walkable? ›

General Overview. Mallorca is often described as a walkers' paradise because of the attractive and varied scenery, the wonderful climate (walking is possible year-round bar July and August) and the relative seclusion of many of the walking paths.

How long is the ferry from Mallorca to Barcelona? ›

The ferry from Mallorca to Barcelona takes about 5 hr to 10 hr. Travel time depends on the departure port and the type of vessel.

What is the most beautiful town in Mallorca? ›

Valldemossa. This town, nestled between the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana, is a must for all those who have decided to travel to Majorca. Valldemossa is the typical fairy tale village and many consider it the most beautiful village not only in Majorca, but also in Spain.

Where do celebs stay in Majorca? ›

Celebrity properties in Mallorca include the Royal Palace of La Almudaina in Palma old town as well as Palacio Marivent in Cala Major, both owned by the Spanish royal family. King Felipe VI & Queen Letizia of Spain are often seen spending their summer holidays in Mallorca.

How long does it take to drive around Mallorca? ›

Mountainous and packed with twisty roads, beautiful beaches and lucious scenary, driving in Majorca is enjoyable and the roads are quiet. The longest route is 312 kms (193 miles) running in a loop around the island, so you can get around the whole island parameter in around 6 hours (non-stop).

What is the rainiest month in Majorca? ›

August is the hottest month in Majorca with an average temperature of 24.5°C (76°F) and the coldest is January at 10°C (50°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 13 in July. The wettest month is October with an average of 69mm of rain.

Is Majorca hotter than Tenerife? ›

Mallorca on the other hand is on the same latitude as New York, colder in winter and hotter in summer than Tenerife.

Is it worth going to Majorca in April? ›

Come to Mallorca in April and join in the fun. Sailing and cycling events, traditional Easter celebrations and charming local festivals abound, all set to the backdrop of warm spring weather. If you prefer lower temperatures to scorching summer heat, now until June is a good time to visit.

Which is the prettiest Balearic Island? ›

For those who want it all: Mallorca

This is the best Balearic Island for a bit of everything: the beaches are jaw-droppingly beautiful and the nightlife here can suit all styles.

What is Majorca best known for? ›

Also called Majorca, this is one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean. Mallorca is known for its beautiful coastline, secluded coves, limestone mountains, Spanish architecture, wineries and fresh produce farms, and stunning beaches.

How long is ferry from Mallorca to Ibiza? ›

How long is the ferry ride from Mallorca to Ibiza? The duration of the direct ferry trip from Mallorca to Ibiza ranges from 2 to 4 hr, depending on the type of vessel (high-speed or conventional).

What is the best way to get around in Mallorca? ›

Getting around by bus is easy, efficient and cheap. Buses serve almost all towns and villages, although services are limited in rural areas. Palma's main bus station is located adjacent to the train station in Plaza Espaňa. The number 1 bus connects Palma and the airport.

Is there Uber in Mallorca? ›

If you are in Palma, you can find a taxi stand and head home directly. Taxi's are the only form of car transfer service. Uber and other car based driving systems are illegal in Mallorca, so you must relay on officially registered Mallorca taxis.

Should I rent an electric car in Mallorca? ›

In a nutshell: Mallorca is perfect to discover by electric car. The best perks are the parking spots for electric cars at crowded places. But you need some patience if you have to depend on the public charging infrastructure.

What do I need to know before visiting Mallorca? ›

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  • It's more expensive than the mainland. ...
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  • It's a beautiful place you should definitely visit if you can.
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Is public transport good in Mallorca? ›

The bus system in Mallorca is very well organised, affordable and clean, and it offers a great alternative to driving as a way of getting around the island.

How do you get from Palma to the beach? ›

The best way to get from Palma to Magaluf Beach without a car is to line 104 bus which takes 23 min and costs €1 - €3. How long does it take to get from Palma to Magaluf Beach? The line 104 bus from Plaça Progrés to Pere Vaquer Ramis takes 23 min including transfers and departs hourly.

How long does it take to walk across Mallorca? ›

Walking routes in East Mallorca

There is the opportunity to walk for up to 3.5 hours along the coastline and through a couple of villages on the way. It is the type of route you can stop at any time and just turn back, and you can take a little swim or a coffee break on your walk too.

Can you walk from Puerto Pollensa to Pollensa? ›

Walking from Port de Pollensa to Pollensa:

This is a pleasant stroll for holidaymakers and hikers alike, and you can do it all year around. The path forms part if the dry stone route GR221 which enables to connect the port all the way to the Town of Pollensa itself in around an hour and a half.

Can I walk around Palma? ›

Hiking around Palma is one of the best ways to experience more of the landscape, although finding the right route is not always easy. To help, here are the top 20 hikes and walks around Palma — so you can just get out and go.

Is Palma worth visiting? ›

PALMA IS SUCH A LOVELY CITY

I thought it was just going to be a base point from where I would take day trips, but I discovered an intriguing city with an incredible old town (and other fascinating neighborhoods), lots of historical landmarks, a great culinary scene, photogenic architecture, and so much more.

What currency is used in Mallorca? ›

The currency now used in Majorca is the Euro.

How long is the ferry from Mallorca to Menorca? ›

The duration of the Mallorca - Menorca ferry ranges from 1.5 to 6 hr. Travel time depends on the ferry operator, destination port and type of vessel (high-speed or conventional).

What is the most upmarket area of Mallorca? ›

1. Son Vida. The private community of Son Vida is Palma's most expensive neighbourhood located in the city's hilltops. The area is always under construction by world-famous architects drawn to the area for its affluent clientele.

What is the hottest part of Majorca? ›

The southeast part of the island is definitely warmer than the northwest, but whichever part of the island lucky visitors choose to spend their holiday, sun is always guaranteed.

Which part of Majorca is best for couples? ›

Best places in Mallorca for couples:

Soller and Palma de Mallorca are the best towns to stay in Mallorca for couples looking to ignite some romance. In Soller, you can cozy up in a finca and enjoy a peaceful rural holiday for two.

Where do rich people go in Majorca? ›

Puerto Portals is a glitzy marina located on the south coast of Mallorca, and a favorite hang out place for royalty and celebrities. Paris Hilton, Jim Carrey and Bill Gates have all been known to grace this marina with their visit and Rod Stewart usually anchors his yacht here.

Where do the rich and famous go in Majorca? ›

The most exclusive place for the rich and famous is probably Deià, on the west coast of Mallorca. This pretty town has been popular with artists since the 1950s and the exclusive La Residencia Hotel is a perennial favourite for many.

Is Mallorca easy to get around? ›

Mallorca travel: How to get there and around

Public transport: Thanks to decades of tourism, Mallorca is easy to get around, with a well-developed road and bus network, three train lines and a Metro service operating within Palma, if you like taking trains then consider checking out these Old West Trains.

How many days do you need in Palma? ›

Palma is well worth a 3 day visit and I would defiantly recommend it. Plenty to see and do and I always think you never really get to know a place as a day tripper. I have stayed in the historic quarter a couple of times and would do so again. 3.

Is driving in Majorca easy? ›

Mallorca isn't necessrily a dangerous driving experience compared to many other places, but it still poses its challenges. Additionally, whilst it's a relatively small island, it has a near infinite amount of ways to navigate. There's a lot to see and with limited time, you want to choose your transport wisely.

What is the coldest month in Mallorca? ›

The cool season lasts for 4.3 months, from November 21 to March 30, with an average daily high temperature below 64°F. The coldest month of the year in Mallorca is January, with an average low of 41°F and high of 59°F.

Does it get cold in Mallorca at night? ›

Monthly temperatures

The weather in Mallorca remains warm throughout the year with average night time lows dropping to around 10ºC in December and January. The summer months can see temperatures reach 40ºC, although the averages are around 30ºC.

Is the sea warm in Mallorca? ›

Average annual water temperature on the coast in Mallorca is 68°F, by the seasons: in winter 60°F, in spring 61°F, in summer 77°F, in autumn 72°F. Minimum water temperature (57°F) in Mallorca it happens in February, maximum (82°F) in August.

Is Gran Canaria or Majorca better? ›

Mallorca or Gran Canaria - are both beautiful islands. While Gran Canaria can score with its unique landscape, Mallorca wins the battle for the price and the infrastructure. The climate is more stable in Mallorca and warmer in the summer months.

Which is better Mallorca or Menorca? ›

Menorca is perfect for snorkeling and diving. Its warm turquoise water offers numerous caves, colorful fish and even shipwrecks to discover and explore. Mallorca is also great for diving and snorkelling.

What is the hottest months in Majorca? ›

Majorca has a mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters. If you're a sunseeker the best time to visit Majorca is between July and August. The hottest month of the year is July with an average daily maximum of 30 C and an average low of 18 C.

Can you swim in pools in Majorca in April? ›

In April it is warm enough to sunbathe in Mallorca. The sea temperature is still low, but you can already enjoy refreshing swimming time.

What is the best month to go to Majorca? ›

The best time to visit Mallorca is from March to May, when average temperatures are in the 60s and 70s and the crowds of summer tourists haven't yet descended on the island.

Can you swim in Palma in April? ›

It's usually too cold to swim at this time of year and visitors may be better off seeking the comfort of a heated or indoor pool. The average sea temperature is 16 C.

What's Mallorca famous for? ›

Mallorca is known for its beautiful coastline, secluded coves, limestone mountains, Spanish architecture, wineries and fresh produce farms, and stunning beaches. From quaint mountain villages to dynamic nightclubs, you'll have no trouble finding an adventure that matches your mood and liking.

What food is Mallorca famous for? ›

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  • Panades. ...
  • Mallorcan soups.
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What food is Palma famous for? ›

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  • Arros Brut. Don't let the name fool you. ...
  • Caragols. Mallorcan-style snails aren't like the escargot you enjoy in France. ...
  • Panades. ...
  • Cocarrois. ...
  • Ensaïmada. ...
  • Llom Amb Col. ...
  • Pa'amb Oli.

Is Port de Soller worth visiting? ›

Yes, Port de Soller is worth visiting. It offers a perfect combination of seaside beauty and historical heritage. It has a pristine, almost enclosed bay surrounded by the tall mountains of Tramuntana. A 100+ year old historical tram also runs across the town connecting it to Soller.

Which is better Mallorca or Menorca? ›

Menorca is perfect for snorkeling and diving. Its warm turquoise water offers numerous caves, colorful fish and even shipwrecks to discover and explore. Mallorca is also great for diving and snorkelling.

How do you say hello in Mallorca? ›

We are sure that locals would appreciate you using them:
  1. How do you say hello in Mallorca? “hola”
  2. How do you say Goodbye in Mallorca? “adéu”
  3. Good morning: “bon dia”. If you want to be even more local, then use “uep, bon dia, com anam?”
  4. Good evening: “bon vespre”
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Where do celebrities stay in Mallorca? ›

Celebrity properties in Mallorca include the Royal Palace of La Almudaina in Palma old town as well as Palacio Marivent in Cala Major, both owned by the Spanish royal family. King Felipe VI & Queen Letizia of Spain are often seen spending their summer holidays in Mallorca.

How long is the boat ride from Barcelona to Mallorca? ›

Barcelona - Majorca Route Information
Average travel time6h 30min
Port of arrivalPort of Majorca. Highway Dec de l'Oest, 3C, 07015 Palma, Illes Balears
Distance214,8 Km
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What are the windmills in Mallorca? ›

They were part of life's necessity, used by farmers to grind grain and pump water. Today their presence is so inherent to the islands heritage, that in 2004, the Mallorcan government developed a project dedicated to their restoration and preservation.

What is Burballes? ›

Burballes is two things in one: a type of Mallorcan pasta in short strips, and a meat-based stew in which the pasta is most commonly cooked.

What is Mallorcan escargot? ›

Mallorcan escargot

Those who enjoy snails will find particular delight in this traditional seafaring dish. These are served, moreover, with potatoes and a broth made of parsley, garlic, fennel, mint and chili. Delicious!

How do you get around Mallorca without a car? ›

Bus. The airport to central Palma has a good bus link (line 1) that runs about 4 times an hour between 6am and 2am. The bus costs under 2 euros and leaves directly outside the terminal, stopping at Placa Espana in Palma's Old Town. This Placa is the hub for all onward journeys around the island by train or bus.

Is Soller nice in Mallorca? ›

Well maintained and with its narrow streets, tapas bars, a good selection of pastry-shops, and an impressive church right in the center, Soller really is a lovely, cozy little village. Port de Soller is more of a coastal resort that lives mainly off tourism.

How long is the train journey from Palma to Soller? ›

How Long Does the Train from Palma to Soller Take? In total, the train journey time is just 1hr and it is amazing.

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