Majorca attractions and things to do
State-of-the-art aquarium featuring the biggest walk-through shark tank in Spain.
Cliff paths of Deià
Several well-marked trails combined with refreshing swims and superb views.
Sleek, contemporary art house in the ramparts of a 16th century stronghold.
Needle-thin inlet with turquoise water, white sand and a groovy vibe.
Cool, surfy scene at one of the North Coast's most secluded beaches.
Perfectly preserved fishing village framed by ancient boathouses cut into the cliffs.
One of the most exciting wine regions in Spain, and still relatively undiscovered.
Santuari de Sant Salvador
Monastery perched at the highest point of the Sierra de Llevant, with outstanding views.
Fundacío Pilar i Joan Miró
The great artists former home and studio in the hills above Palma.
Ferrocarril de Sóller
A hundred year old, wooden train that connects Palma to Sóller.