MALLORCA hosts the archipelago's capital, Palma, and is the biggest among the Balearic Islands. It has crystal water beaches, stunning sunsets a ring of mountains in the north, giving beautiful landscapes, and a perfect night scene.
Ensaimada (pastry) and Frito Mallorquín (chicken, lamb,pork and veg).
In the city
A fantastic activity and also good way to discover part of Mallorca is the Soller train, click here to discover timetables, stations, etc.
Charge your batteries
In the food market Mercado San Juan you will be for people who want to try everything. In addition, a big number of bars and restaurants are gathered around Carrer de Sat Joan and Carrer de la Boteria
Outside the city
Something different to do rather than go to the beach, Drach Caves (Cuevas del Drach). In addition, Mallorca offers a big range of sports to practice such as Windsurf, Kitesurf, SUP, Sailing or Surf, click here to practice them.
During the entire month head to the Museum Es Baluard Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Palma to enjoy the exhibition 30 años en Mallorca where the artist Fabrizio Plessi shows his workd during his 30 years in Mallorca.
From the 14th until the 21st the entire city celebrates the Easter week with cultural and traditional parades celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Mallorca has its own international airport. We recommend to spend 2 days here and unlimited if you are a fan of beaches and good food.