The dreamy island that provided inspiration to Chopin and Miró now has a reputation as a spring break beach destination. Don't worry, though, if you're vacationing over elementary school spring break-- there's plenty for the younger crowd. Marineland's dolphin and sea lion shows and children's beach attract families. And if you have a Thomas-obsessed toddler, the antique train that travels between Palma and Soller is a must-see.
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5.0 based on 3,007 reviews
A craggy, limestone mountain range stretching the length of the northwest coast of the island.
Majorka was for me very underestimate destination - I thought that this island is only for beach loafers. That was really big mistake! This was our second trip only on foot and I can recommend it to everyone who is not beginner and who has some experiences. We went from Sant Elm to Soller (+- 85 km), track was hard because of bad rainy weather, so it was dangerous - dry stones changed to wet and every step was like going on soap floor. There was no chance how to finished GR221, even bus from Lluc was stopped because of wheater. So we moved to San Picaford (eastern coast) and there we started GR 222, which is no less beautiful and wheater there was better (+- 55 km). People there are pleasant, nature very very beautiful, food excellent, accommodation very various in comfort and also prices, we tried everything from sleeping outside to 4* superb hotel - each way was magnificent. Thumbs up for Majorka :)
5.0 based on 427 reviews
A guide will teach you amazing facts about these ancient birds, in a safe and respectful environment. Tours are interesting, fun and very surprising. If you prefer not to go for a guided tour, you are welcome to meet the ostriches by yourself. Please check website for current prices and timetables.
This place is quite unique. It is a bit rough around the edges but for us this only added to the charm. The owners are very friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. If they got tired of answering my children’s many, many questions it didn’t show! We had a fabulous time learning all sorts of interesting facts and were lucky enough to come home with an ostrich egg thanks to a very kind Italian family. This has gone to school so we can share the ostrich love with our friends in Newcastle!
5.0 based on 426 reviews
IMPORTANT!! IF YOU WANT TO VISIT US, IT IS ESSENTIAL TO MAKE A RESERVATION ON OUR WEB PAGE! Discover the history and richness of the oranges and lemons of the Soller valley, while you experience the appeal of a unique spot. The orchard “Sa Vinyassa”, with 18.000 m2, is a privileged spot, under the impressive rocks of the Alfabia ridge, between Fornalutx and Biniaraix. Come to promenade and to know the history of the orange trees of Soller, and you’ll enjoy a peaceful environment and a special micro-climate, while you taste a just squeezed organic orange juice, and a typical snack. Entrance 12 EUR incl. juice & snack (Kids: 6 EUR). Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10.00 - 14.00 hr.
Highly recommend booking a visit. Very welcoming and easy to social distance due to the relaxed self-guided tour style. Learnt more than I would have expected and the children (aged 3.5yrs and 18 months) loved exploring as well as feeding the chickens. Delicious fresh oranges, orange juice, marmalade and traditional Mallorcan tomatoes on bread all included-lovely treat!
4.5 based on 4,567 reviews
This large, 14th century castle overlooking the town of Palma now houses a museum.
History, Wonderful Green wood, Amazing view on Palma bay and town, Incredible Good energy❤ ????...MiaMallorca????
4.5 based on 15,453 reviews
Palma's Gothic Cathedral.
This is one impressive building and well worth the 8 Euros entry lovely ornate windows Rose window in particular and very impressive look about the whole thing on exit walk around the walls and enter the maze of little streets and bars all around the old town
4.5 based on 2,967 reviews
This is the northernmost of the. Unfortunately to the very top were the lighthouse is you can only get by car yourself, no excursion busses are going there. In high season it is very busy there and very difficult to find a parking spot, so then you'd better try very early in the morning or before high season or you just go with an excursion and see it from further away and have a nice day and enjoy "being served"
4.5 based on 10,651 reviews
14th-century Walled Section
What a beautiful quaint little place with its Romeo and Juliet balconies it’s little narrow streets all unspoiled and little authentic coffee shops and bars delightful place so worth a visit look up at the beautiful buildings and castle walls
4.5 based on 2,340 reviews
I love this area. It is absolutely stunning. There are two beaches of beautiful whitish sand. It's very hot here as it is surrounded by trees and rocks. The sea is beautifully clear. It's worth a day out here. You can go by car " Hire one for the day" or if you are lucky enough to stay in Cala Dor there is a boat trip from Cala Gran beach which you should be able to book through your hotel. It's a good day out.
4.5 based on 4,380 reviews
I went to Playa de Muro Beach looking for a calm beach with fine sand for my 2 year old to play. This beach is really perfect for this. It has nice fine sand, calm sea, life guards and umbrellas rental. There are no restaurants on the beach, but you will find many options to eat (restaurants and markets) 1 block away. If you want to rent an umbrella (& lounges) I recommend going to the beach early in order to do so. The umbrella will be reserved for you the entire day, so you can go back to your hotel and return later. There is also a safe on the umbrella! So dont be afraid of leaving your values while you go for a swim. The sea is clean and very calm. You will see small fishes swimming around your feet. Just wonderfull!
4.5 based on 4,375 reviews
What a beautiful beach just a great place to have a nice stroll very clean & tidy and plenty of public toilets along the beach aswell
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