Activities on Mallorca (0)
Here you can find the best activities and sights on Mallorca, including operators to book with. Whether you are looking to enjoy activities, boat tours, hiking, arty museums, or park visits, there's something for everyone here!
The Cap de Formentor is the northernmost part of the Formentor peninsula on Mallorca. With its peak, the Fumart (384 m), the lighouse Far de Formentor, and the beautiful bay, this cape is a real tourist magnet. To get there, follow a snaking road from Port de Pollença.
Ses Fonts Ufanes Source
When it rains a lot in winter, the Ses Fonts Ufanes source springs from the ground amidst an oak forest on the grounds of the Finca Es Gabelli near Campanet. Many small streams then flow down to the Sierra Tramuntana. At this point, the headline ''Han brotado las Fonts Ufanes!'' will be all over the Mallorcan media.
Coves del Drac Limestone Caves
The Cuevas del Drach limestone cave at Porto Cristo is one of the most spectacular tourist attractions on Mallorca. The cave is home to one of the largest underwater lakes in the world, the Lago Martel, which is 170 m long and 30 m wide, and up to 12 m deep. You can take a one-hour group tour of the cave, including a boat trip over the sea.
Palma Old Town
The Old Town of Palma is the heart and soul of the Mallorcan capital. The well-known Old Town is one of the largest in Europe, and is home to charming bars, restaurants, and shops. The centre of the Old Town is the Placa Major, which is the largest and most beautiful square in the city.
The Hydropark is a popular destination for the whole family. Right in the harbour of Port d''Alcudia in the north of the island, the 15 different waterslides and 5 pools of the park provide plenty to enjoy. There is also a 54-hole mini golf course, as well as restaurants on-site, providing something for everyone.
The so-called ''Orange Express'' is a unique railway that makes the journey between Sóller and Port de Sóller. This 30-minute journey takes you through lush nature, and a ride is well-worth the fee, which is just 5 euros per person (as of February 2017).
Sóller Botanical Garden
This Botanical Garden was first opened in 1985, and opened to the public in 1992. The garden park in the west of Mallorca is for the protection of plants in the Balearic Islands. With beautiful displays, visitors can enjoy the unique flora of the island here.
S'Albufera Nature Park
The s''Albufera nature park is the most important wetland in the Balearic Islands. This 2,850-hectare estate is home to around 230 species of bird and 400 different types of plant. You can reach the park by car, by bike, or on-foot via the C-712 road from Alcudia towards Artà. Go to the visitor''s centre first for a visitor''s permit. Entry is free.
The jungle park in Santa Ponça is the largest climbing park on Mallorca, and provides fun for all the family. The park is located on a 9-hectare forest estate near to Pollença. There are three courses here: one for children (4+) and two for adventurous adults, so there''s something for everyone.
The Castillo de Santueri is located on the 408-metre Puig de Santueri, to the south-east of Felanitx. This romantic castle belongs to the Vidal family, and has been completely renovated. The view over the hills of Serres de Llevant and the nearby coastal region is truly unique.
The ''Parc Natural de la Peninsula de Llevant'' is a 1,576-hectare nature park, located north-east of Artà. With a little luck, you might come across Greek tortoises during your walk around the park. To get there, take the MA-3333 road (Artà - Ermita de Betlem). You can visit the park from 09:00 until 16:00 seven days a week.
Cala Ratjada Lighthouse
The lighthouse at Cala Ratjada is one of the most-famous attractions in the north-east of the island, and a great opportunity to discover Mallorcan nature. The best way to reach the tower is by car, but there are also many hiking routes that lead to the lighthouse. From here, you can enjoy a wonderful view of the turquoise ocean and the surrounding Serra de Llevant.
Circuito Mallorca (Racetrack)
The Circuito Mallorca is a real experience for all motorsport fans. This 3.2 kilometre (2 mile) course is 12 metres wide, and is used for training, test drives, and small competitions. There is also a restaurant with 130 seats where you can enjoy a meal with a great view of the course.
The Talaiot Capocorp Vell is a historic settlement on Mallorca. Archaeologists estimate that it was built back in the Bronze Age. The site can be found near to Llucmajor on the south coast of Mallorca. Visit prehistoric attractions every day except for Thursdays from 10:00 - 17:00.
The Palma Aquarium gives its visitors a spectacular insight into the underwater world of the Balearic Islands. The aquarium, with its adjacent leisure park, offers numerous attractions, including shark feeding. When the weather is nice, you can also enjoy the outdoor area of the restaurant.
La Seu Cathedral
The La Seu cathedral is the Bishops'' see and landmark of Palma. The mosaic glass windows are particularly well-known, and are the largest Gothic rosette in the world. The famous Gaudi himself undertook the last renovation of the cathedral. A visit to La Seu should be on the list of any visitor to Palma!
Not far from the harbour in Palma is the old defence castle of San Carlos. Here, you can discover military installments and enjoy the wonderful view of the bay of Palma. Entry is free.
The Fundacion Pilar i Joan Miro is an art foundation, founded by Catalan artist Joan Miro. Visitors can find around 2,500 of Miro''s works here, as well as several objects collected by the artist. Furthermore, there are workshops for graphic artists here.
This museum within the historic town walls of Palma is one of the most important modern and contemporary art museums in Spain. With a total area of 5,000 square metres, it is inter-connected via different routes in Palma. One route goes through the city to the upper level of the wall, where you can also enjoy a beautiful view of the bay of Palma. Entry costs €6/person (as of February 2017).
La Caja Blanca Art Gallery
The Caja Blanca is an independent art gallery in Palma. Photos and media productions by young, up-and-coming artists are on display here, and can be seen during the opening hours from Monday to Friday from 11:00 until 14:00 and 17:00 until 20:00, as well as Saturdays from 11:30 until 14:00.
The Mallorca Museum is located in a manor house that dates back to the 17th century, in the middle of Palma. Inside are around 3,000 pieces from early history up until the baroque era, archaeological finds, paintings, sculptures, and furniture from the early history of Mallorca.
This museum, which is located within a wonderful palace in the Palma Old Town, houses early etchings by Spanish artist Salvador Dali. There are also temporary exhibitions in the entrance area of the museum, with diverse national and international works.
The Fundación Juan March museum contains around 70 pieces of Spanish art from the 20th century, including paintings by Picasso, Gris, Dali, and Joan. The mansion was built in the 18th century, and is not just home to Spanish art, but is a piece of art itself. Entry is free.
The trendy quarter Santa Catalina in Palma is home to this famous market hall, where you can find Mediterranean dishes and specialities, as well as international delicacies. Besides the market stalls with fish, meat, and fruit, the hall is also home to some bars and restaurants that offer specialities such as sushi or tapas.
The Mercat de l''Olivar is the largest market hall in Palma, and was opened in 1951. Besides meat, fish, and mountains of fresh fruit, the market is a great spot for tapas. Visit the hall from Monday until Saturday, from 07:00 until 14:30. On Fridays, the hall stays open until 20:00. The fish hall is always closed on Mondays.
Porto Pi Centro Commercial, Shopping Centre
Porto Pi Centro Commercial is the second-largest shopping centre on Mallorca. With around 140 shops, the centre has everything that you might wish for in a shopping experience. The basement is also home to a few restaurants for you to while away the hours. The shopping centre is open Monday to Friday, from 10:00 until 22:00.
The Gothic Castell de Bellver is a castle with a view of Palma. Its round construction is unique for Mallorca, and has space for numerous events such as classical concerts. The integrated museum about the city''s history and archaeological findings is also worth a visit. Entry costs €4/person (as of February 2017).
Alcúdia Gate Market
The historic Alcudia Old Town is a popular tourist point on Mallorca. The Old Town, which was influenced by Roman and Meditteranean styles, contains a historical town wall, narrow streets, an old church, and defence towers. The many small restaurants and shops here also offer an alternative to the beach.
The parish of Soller is the second city of Mallorca in terms of modernism. One of the most important elements of the city is the parish church Iglesia de Sant Bartomeu. With its beautiful rosette windows, a gilded altar, the baroque altarpieces, and the youthful fassade are all impressive to visitors.
The Artà regional musuem consists of a collection by nature researcher Llorenç Garcies i Font, and can be found in the town hall square of Artà. The museum is divided into two departments: Archaeology and Nature, and the exhibition pieces give you an insight into the time after the Talaiotic culture. Entry is €2/person (as of February 2017).
The once-inhabited cells of this old monastery are nowadays a museum. The most-famous are cells 2 and 4, where the comoser Frédéric Chopin and writer George Sand lived in winter 1838/39. Attractions include a playel piano, which was used by Chopin himself.
Real Catuja Velldemossa (Monastery)
The monks were expelled from the monastery in 1835, and these days the buildings contain different museums, including the Museo Frédéric Chopin y George Sand. The neo-classical church, the old pharmacy, the library, and the second and fourth cells are all worth a look. Entry is €8.50/person (as of February 2017).
Fundación de Yannik y Ben Jakober
Das Museum Fundación de Yannik y Ben Jakober befindet sich in wunderschöner Natur. Direkt am Meer gelegen, genießt es das Privileg fernab vom Massentourismus zu sein. Hier findet man Werke der zeitgenössischen Kunst, u. a. von Domenico Gnoli, Rebecca Horn, sowie den international bekannten Künstlern Ben Jakober und Yannik Vu. Der Eintritt ist frei.
Die erfahrene Yoga-Lehrerin Sonja Schusters, lebt seit 2001 auf Mallorca und unterrichtet hier Yoga. In ihren Kursen bietet sie für Anfänger sowie für erfahrene Yogafans Übungen an, um dem Alltagsstrass zu entfliehen. Zusätzlich zu den aktiven Yoga-Kursen werden auch Yoga und Ayurveda Workshops und Beratungen, Kochkurse, Massagen und Spa angeboten.
Yoga La Vida
Andrea König ist zertifizierte Hatha-Yogalehrerin (200h RYS) und Systemische Coach (DVNLP) und lebt in Cala Blava bei Llucmajor. Sie bietet Personal Yoga zur Stressreduzierung sowie Life Coaching für mehr Klarheit direkt auf der gebuchten Finca an. Außerdem organisiert sie für Gruppen Wanderungen mit Meditation und Yoga entlang der schönen Südküste der Insel sowie Sundowner-Yoga am Strand.
Entdecken Sie die AIDA Schiffe bei einem Besuch auf Mallorca hautnah. Besichtigen Sie die öffentlichen Bereiche von Restaurants und Bars über Wellnessbereiche bis hin zu Shops und Lounges. Abgerundet wird die vierstündige Schiffsbesichtigung von einem Mittagessen in einem der Bordrestaurants. Buchung (nach Verfügbarkeit) bis 48h vorher zum Preis von 29 € p.P, Kinder unter 16 Jahre kostenfrei, Mittagessen inklusive, 11:00-15:00 Uhr
Exploring the island from the water is a very special experience. Especially if you have the boat all to yourself. Funny Boats rents different boats with or without crew. Perfect for an unforgettable day on the north coast of Mallorca. http://funnyboats.es/en/
Bike Point Mallorca
Our philosophy is to convey the fun of mountain biking. We wish that no one is left behind in terms of kilometres and degree of difficulty, but we also want to take away unfounded fears of beginners and help them to discover the sport of MTB and everything that goes with it. That's why we offer well-balanced groups, where everyone can get their money's worth and get the most out of themselves. We keep the fan open from difficult off-road all-mountain tours with our Specialized Fullys to comfortable gravel road turns for the whole family. http://www.bikepointmallorca.es/
Eddy's riding stable - Hipico Cala Ratjada
For more than 35 years we have been running the riding business with excursions in the beautiful area around Cala Ratjada and Cala Mesquida. We have reliable horses of different temperaments (so there is something for everyone), and they are all road and terrain safe. We offer different rides like the popular sunset ride, or the paella ride. We also offer 1 or 2 hour rides for beginners and advanced riders as well as pony rides. http://www.eddysreitstall.es/ Please make an appointment in advance. 0034 630 150 551 / 0034 626 830 399
Is there a better way to explore an island than by boat? Yanpy is a yacht charter company based in Mallorca. Motor yachts, catamarans or sailboats with our without skipper... Yanpy offers more than 500 boats around the island for an unforgettable tailor-made charter experience with your friends or family. http://www.yanpy.com/
Makin' Waves Yacht Charters and Boat Rentals
Makin' Waves strives to make your day out on the sea one to remember. The boats in our fleet have been specially selected and are located in various marinas around the island. We are sure to have something perfect for you! Whether you are looking for a romantic yacht charter for two, a family fun filled day rental or a week holiday on board a luxury yacht, we have got you covered! With a wide selection of rib rentals, luxury yachts, motor and sailing boats for charter on the beautiful islands of Mallorca and Ibiza, we are positive we will have something to suit everyone's personal preference. We can arrange all aspects of your trip to make sure you have the most unforgettable day out on the sea, with no worries on your end but to relax and enjoy! Contact us today at : firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website to view our fleet : www.makinwavescharters.com.
From the farm to the plate Enjoy a gastronomic experience knowing where the agri-food products come from by visiting the Terracor cropping farms. Discover the real taste of our seasonal fruits and vegetables. Terragust offers you the unique experience of walking through the Terracor fields, going across the farming areas, tasting the products at their ideal ripening moment and then savouring a five-course menu by our chef Biel Llull Galmés, who is going to captivate us with his gastronomic creations based on our products. A local experience thought to rediscover the flavour of our land. www.terragust.com