Getting Around Mallorca

Mallorca offers a wide range of itineraries and interesting spots to those who want to go deeper into its culture and history. From the megalithic art to the once-flourishing urban Gothic, from the traces of Italian neoclassicism in mansions and stately houses to the captivating modernism with organic architectural forms, Mallorca is a showcase of all the civilizations that once conquered the Mediterranean Sea.

The city tour of Palma will show you the Bellver castle and the most important historical sites of the city such as the Cathedral, the Palace of Alluding, the Arabic baths, the fish market, la Lonja and Consulado de Mar, the Parliament, the Town Hall and the Plaza Mayor - Palma’s main square. Fishing boats, pine groves and palm trees complement the most beautiful monuments.

The same tour is suggested on foot, by renting a bike or in an exhilarating way – on a scooter! You will be always guided by a local official multilingual guide. Local beer, tasty tapas or sweet “ensaimadas” are tempting inducements to pause for a relaxing moment along the way.

Take a tour to the most beautiful villages in Mallorca located in the heart of the Tramontana Mountains (North of Mallorca). We include a nice trip by train to Puerto de Soller (in operation since 1912), the town of Deia, and a  visit to the famous Cartuja and the old pharmacy in Valldemossa. Discover the most traditional Majorca: from the typical fishing port of Andratx to a typical Majorcan “granja” that nowadays houses a museum of the Majorcan tradition and craft workshops.

Admire the beautiful landscape from Formentora, where the viewpoint of “Es Colomer” stands out in an impressive way; take a boat and travel along the coast to Puerto de Pollença, get to Alcudia and stop at Binissalem: a beautiful inner village known for its wine. Here we will visit a famous winery and taste the wines and products of Mallorca.

A tour for nature lovers: Take a boat to Cabrera, visit the Castle (which dates from 1410) and the Monument to the French prisoners, have lunch at the beach, and visit the famous cave “Cova Blava”. This 40 metres deep cave is a real wonder of nature.

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