Things to do in Mallorca, Spain

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  • Spain

  • Mallorca

  • Active Travel

  • Adventure Travel

  • Beaches

  • International Travel

  • Hiking

  • Island

  • Local Culture

Blue water and cliffs in Mallorca, Spain
Curator’s statement

Relax and enjoy the slower pace in idyllic Mallorca. When it comes to this lovely island in Spain, there is no shortage of things to do. From beautiful secluded beaches, to farm to table restaurants and some of the best local wine, to hiking the vast mountain ranges of Serra de Tramuntana and exploring the small beautiful towns - Mallorca has everything to offer for a perfect vacation for all ages.

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Where to stay in Mallorca, Spain

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Cap Rocat Mallorca

Romantic former fortress overlooking the Bay of Palma – no kids allowed.

Can Ferrereta

A 17th-century mansion turned into a paradise of architecture, design and contemporary art featuring cutting-edge rooms and suites surrounded by magnificent gardens.

Son Brull Hotel & Spa

Luxurious, 5-star Mallorca hotel with tastefully appointed rooms, an award-winning gourmet restaurant and an infinity pool.

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  • Classical CD Insula Poetica by Joan Valent upon arrival.

  • VIP welcome amenity.

  • Breakfast daily.

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Things to do in Mallorca, Spain

White sailboats in the water in Mallorca, Spain

Explore Neighboring Towns

Rent a car and explore the towns of Deia and Valldemossa.

Or, rent a car and drive along the western coast of the island to visit the most beautiful beaches (Cala Figuera, Cala Màrmols, Caló del Moro, Mirador des Pontàs, Cala S'Amarador).

Get Active

Hike to the tip of Sa Foradada and enjoy lunch at their restaurant.

Cycle through the mountains of Serra de Tramuntana.

Check out Osa Major for the day or weekend for yoga, energy classes or biking retreats.

Experience Mallorca's Culture

Visit the weekly Santanyi's market on Saturday.

Take the old train from Palma to the quintessential town of Soller.

Visit Palma Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca.

Day Trips From Mallorca

Rent a sail boat for the day with Ahora Sailing and visit the secret beaches.

Places to eat & drink in Mallorca, Spain

Chairs and tables overlooking the water in Mallorca, Spain

NAMA Deia: Asian fusion take on Mallorca food.

El Camino: Delicious modern tapas restaurant in Palma .

Ca's Patró March: Restaurant right on the water in the town of Deia. Make sure to book a reservation!

Patiki Beach: Relax on the beach with a cocktail and local tapas at the wooden-decked, waterfront chiringuito in Port de Sóller.

Casa Alvaro: Delicious dinner spot in the town of Soller. All locally sourced ingredients.

Gelateria Italiana Paradiso: Stop for ice cream in the small town of Es Pelats.

Terrae: Sustainable restaurant, where the menu changes almost daily in Puerto Pollensa.

Duke Restaurant: Locals favorite restaurant in Santa Catalina.

Fera: Mediterranean-Asian fusion restaurant with a beautiful garden terrace in Palma.

Ca Na Toneta: Mallorca restaurant with seasonal ingredients from the local farms.