Top 10 Sights & Landmarks in Majorca, Balearic Islands

June 5, 2021 Terina Blouin

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.
Restaurants in Majorca

1. Artestruz Mallorca

MA6014 km 40, 07630 Campos, Majorca Spain +34 639 72 17 35 [email protected] http://www.artestruzmallorca.com/
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5.0 based on 427 reviews

Artestruz Mallorca

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.

Reviewed By Inspiration644777

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!

2. Ecovinyassa

Cami de Sa Vinyassa 3, 07100 Soller, Mallorca Carretera Fornalutx Coordinates: N 39°46.197' E 2°43.580', 07100, Soller, Majorca Spain +34 615 17 27 50 [email protected] http://www.ecovinyassa.com/
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5.0 based on 426 reviews

Ecovinyassa

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.

Reviewed By Lindsaybu - London, United Kingdom

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!

3. Castell de Bellver

Camilo Jose Cela, 07014 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca Spain +34 971 73 50 65 [email protected] http://castelldebellver.palmademallorca.es/
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4.5 based on 4,567 reviews

Castell de Bellver

This large, 14th century castle overlooking the town of Palma now houses a museum.

Reviewed By Ametjs - Palma de Mallorca, Spain

History, Wonderful Green wood, Amazing view on Palma bay and town, Incredible Good energy❤ ????...MiaMallorca????

4. Puig de Pollenca

Calle Puig de Maria s/n, 07460 Pollenca, Majorca Spain +34 971 18 41 32 http://www.seemallorca.com/activities/report/the-puig-de-maria-and-monastery-pollenca
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4.5 based on 351 reviews

Puig de Pollenca

A medieval chapel and watchtower overlooking the city below.

5. Passeig des Born

Plaza de Juan Carlos I, 07012 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca Spain +34 917990394 http://vivirlosparques.blob.core.windows.net/vlp-parques-palmamallorcaborne/index.html?nav=inicio
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4.5 based on 2,346 reviews

Passeig des Born

A wide, tree-lined avenue full of bars, pubs and cafes: a good place to start your evening.

Reviewed By KestutisK28 - Peterborough, United Kingdom

Nice street before Christmas time, a lot of people , amazing shops, bars,atractions near Palma cathedral

6. Kartingmania

Av . Pere Mas i Reus, Port d'Alcudia, Alcudia, Majorca Spain +34 636 72 27 52 http://www.kartingmania.es
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Kartingmania

7. Catedral de Mallorca

Placa la Seu s/n, 07001 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca Spain +34 971 71 31 33 [email protected] http://www.catedraldemallorca.org
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4.5 based on 15,453 reviews

Catedral de Mallorca

Palma's Gothic Cathedral.

Reviewed By postman1311 - Douglas, United Kingdom

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

8. Cap de Formentor

Formentor, Majorca Spain http://www.seemallorca.com/caves/cap-de-formentor-formentor-660863
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4.5 based on 2,967 reviews

Cap de Formentor

Reviewed By U5838LRlisah - Mannheim, Germany

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"

9. Vall de Boquer

Port de Pollenca, Majorca Spain
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4.5 based on 484 reviews

Vall de Boquer

Reviewed By taliward - Warwick, United Kingdom

We stayed at Hotel Pollentia which made it a 20 minute walk along the promenade and down one street to the start. It was then 30 minutes to the view point and a further 30 minutes down to the beach. We spent about an hour on the beach swimming, drying off and watching the goats. The water here is beautiful. It's cool and crystal clear and most welcome after a hot but beautifully scenic hike. We left our hotel at around 9:30am and arrived at just before 11am and this was hot and so leave earlier if you can. Also, when we arrived there were just a few people who left shortly after and then just as we were heading off, it seemed to get a bit busier; I can only imagine what it's like in a normal summer season and so an even better reason to set off early. It was a clear stoney path all the way to the viewing spot marked by a big rock but the second half is very steep and not easy. If you have any knee issues you may struggle with the pressure on your knees going down. It's a very stoney beach and so take beach shoes!! Also, take lots of water as there is nowhere to get this on the walk. It goes without saying, wear trainers!! You may also want to pack your snorkel kit or goggles. Beware that this is a nudist beach! We saw just two people when we were there. We went one way down and found a much easier way back! Just before you get to the viewing point, there is a left hand pathway, take that and head straight down as this seems to be one of the better ones. Don't make our mistake and head on down immediately after the viewing point.....it's worth backtracking just a few steps! I will attach a picture which hopefully you'll find useful. I say 'path' (!!)....it's not exactly clear as you pretty much get down the best way you can find but this was definitely an easier direction than our way down!

10. Alcudia Old Town

Alcudia, Majorca Spain +34 971 54 53 94 http://www.alcudiamallorca.com/de/index.html
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4.5 based on 10,651 reviews

Alcudia Old Town

14th-century Walled Section

Reviewed By W4833AZmelanied

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

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