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Discover Mallorcalike never before

The perfect place to start your holidays in Mallorca

Vista nocturna con la Catedral de Palma iluminada y reflejada en el agua


Popularly known as La Seu, the architectural jewel of our island is the Cathedral.

It is located on the shore of the bay of Palma, in the heart of the old city, and built on the Roman city walls that protected it of old, on the site once occupied by the mosque of Madina Mayurqa.

One lesser-known visit is available to the terraces, where you can see the building’s architecture from the inside, and enjoy fantastic views of the bay and the city.

Furthermore, being in the old town, a very short distance away you can visit Plaza de Cort, where the city hall is located, the Palau Reial (Balearic parliament), the Almudaina palace, the Jardines del Rey…

The cathedral is in the Gothic style and has one of the largest rose windows in the world.

The cathedral is in the Gothic style and has one of the largest rose windows in the world.

Vista interior del Castillo de Bellver


Gothic-style fortification located about 3 km from the city. It is set on a mountaintop and surrounded by woods, and affords lovely views of the city. It is one of the few circular-shaped castles, and one of the oldest, in Europe.

Paso del tranvía por las calles de Sóller


Train from the early 20th century which connects Palma to Soller on a route which runs through the mountains. The route continues with a tram from the centre of Soller to the port, when you will be able to enjoy a ride down to the sea amongst orange groves.

Vista de la Cartuja y el pueblo de Valldemossa


The main attraction here is the Carthusian monastery, where one winter Chopin composed and his companion Gorge Sand wrote “A Winter in Majorca”. You can also visit the residence of the Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria.

Aguas cristalinas y transparentes en la playa d'es Trenc


This beach is the last well-preserved, long stretch of sand without buildings on Mallorca. Its crystalline waters and white sand are a delight to visitors.

Interior de las Cuevas del Drach


The Cuevas del Drach are four large caves located in the municipality of Manacor. They contain a large underground lake, Lake Martel, considered one of the biggest subterranean lakes in the world, on which classical music concerts are held. A natural wonder.

Panorámica de la Bahía de la Isla de Cabrera

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Half an hour by boat from the south of Mallorca lies the archipelago of Cabrera, declared a natural park. Swimming in the blue cave will enable you to enjoy water that is truly remarkable, with its intense turquoise colour. You can land on the largest island and visit the ruins of the old castle, which dominate the entrance to the natural harbour, and enjoy the superb views they afford.

Puesta de sol en el Cabo de Formentor

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This is the tip of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, where you will find cliffs where falcons nest, a lighthouse with rugged surroundings, and a beautiful beach surrounded by pine trees. And don’t miss Alcúdia, the former Roman capital of Mallorca which like Pollença, reveals some of the most ancient architecture of the Spanish Mediterranean