Mallorca Island, a Mediterranean haven off the coast of Valencia, is a place with impressive landscapes. To hike along the coast, or in the mountainous peaks of Serra de Tramuntana – or anywhere else on the island – is to see a new and indelible natural wonder.

    Along the coast, there are pristine beaches with clear waters for fish-spotting families and golden sands for the sunseekers to enjoy. Mallorcan cuisine often embraces bold Mediterranean flavours, which pairs very well with a bottle of locally produced wine. With over 70 wine producers on the island, you'll definitely be spoiled for choice.

    What to see & do in Majorca Island

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    Things to do in Mallorca include enjoying famed beach resorts, towering limestone mountains, shaded coves, ancient Moorish and Roman ruins, vibrant nightlife, art galleries and festivals. Here, you can take a walk through thousands of years of history to explore ancient Roman fortresses, the early medieval Moorish Almudaina royal palace and the Gothic Santa Maria Cathedral, which dates to the 13th century. For stunning artworks by iconic artists and craftspeople... Read more

    Where & what to eat in Majorca Island

    • 10 Best Local Restaurants in Mallorca

      The best local restaurants in Mallorca combine flavours and textures of Balearic, Spanish, and Mediterranean cuisine. Skilled chefs make use of the island’s delicious local produce, fresh seafood catch, and rich traditions. Many of these restaurants are family-owned, so you’ll enjoy authentic service and hospitality as well. These local restaurants offer hearty homemade dishes based on fish, seafood, pork...

    Where to shop & what to buy in Majorca Island

    • Mallorca Shopping Guide

      Tree-lined promenades, appealing boutiques and vibrant market stalls are just some of the charming areas you can peruse for gifts and goods. Whether it’s authentic, hand-made crafts, embroidered linens, or popular designer brands, Mallorcan shopping caters for the most enthusiastic shopaholics. The island’s capital, Palma, is firmly placed as Mallorca’s shopping Mecca, selling the latest in high-street...

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