Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, located in the Mediterranean Sea. Cabrera (southeast of Palma) and Dragonera (west of Palma) are the two small islands that make up the archipelago off Majorca. It is Spain’s most interesting town, dominated by a steep, rugged mountain range dotted with honey-colored stones and almost ten times the size of the party island of Ibiza. Because there is so much to do, the city still manages to hold a special place in the hearts of its visitors. Mallorca is one of the most beautiful places in Spain to create memories, and here are the top 10 things to do in the jewel in the crown of Spain’s Balearic Islands.
ten Buggy tours around Mallorca
These buggy rides take visitors to some of the most beautiful spots in the city. As they zip through the city streets in the open-windshield buggies, they take in the splendor of the surrounding area, including beaches, pine forests, breathtaking vistas and rocky terrain. These mud buggy and off-road buggy tours take around three to four and a half hours for visitors. Cala Mandia, Cala Millor, Felantix, Son Marcia and Cala Murada, among others, are some of the best sites for buggy tours in Mallorca.
Duration of the buggy tour:
three to four and a half hours
from 135 €
9 Coasteering Adventures
It is an ideal site for thrill seekers or adrenaline junkies who want to jump over the cliff and swim in the crystal clear seas, or for those who want to hike or hike in the mountains. massifs of the Porto Cristo region. Half an hour spent here will ensure that all water-related desires are fulfilled and ticked off the bucket lists.
It is not recommended to take children under 12 years old.
8 Train and boat ride around Mallorca
Tourists can explore the splendor of the city in a single day by riding this wonderful mix of boat and antique train through the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as the beautiful landscape of the western part of the city. The scenic wooden train has a large window that allows passengers to see the sights well as they pass. From the boat crossing La Calobra, visitors can admire the views of the coastline. Those who desire something lighter and more enjoyable can explore the massive mountains, stunning skies and beautiful sights.
seven Barca Samba boat experience
This is the most popular boat experience in the south of the island. The Barca Samba boat plays its music and live DJs to demonstrate what the real pleasure of boating is. At the bar, visitors quench their thirst for alcohol and the buffet offers them a delicious taste of local cuisine, while the music transports them to another world. It is a very sociable event as they will meet lots of people on the boat who are having fun and having a wonderful time.
50 € per adult
6 Bike Through Park Of the Tue And the Palma Cathedral
This is the best option for visitors who want to see the whole city in a short time. Cycling through the city allows them to immerse themselves in the culture. It is a must see for anyone visiting the city. They’ll pass through small, laid-back neighborhoods with gorgeous, oddly colored houses and lush greenery on their way to Parc de la Mar and Palma Cathedral, two of the city’s most important landmarks.
Cost of renting a bike:
€10/day; Trekking bikes at 18€/day; Electric bikes at 35€/day; Scooters at 30€/day.
5 Explore Hidden beaches, private mountain walk
This is for people who like peaceful excursions. Visitors could begin their journey by strolling through the rural village of Palma and along the rocky Mediterranean slopes of the city. The magnificent views of the island, which are surrounded by thick flora, are breathtaking. After a few kilometers of walking, they will come across a perfectly clean stream. They can even taste the beautiful clear water that runs through the area. Go hiking or climb the mountains if you’re feeling adventurous and take lots of great photos to share on social media. The tour includes lunch and a drink and lasts approximately seven and a half hours.
4 Explore the Goofy Caves of Genoa
These are the smallest caves on the island of Majorca. The stunning natural caves of Genoa rise to a height of around 100 feet, bringing visitors closer to the land of the city. They take a guided tour and learn how the caves have been shaped over time by nature. Rare domes, magnificent pools of water and tunnels pass through beautify the caves. However, they must be careful when walking because the surface is not flat.
3 Kayak And Snorkeling tour
Visitors can immediately jump into a kayak and paddle through the blue waters of Mallorca, with the new water sports in a beautiful setting with a pleasant breeze passing by. While gliding on the beaches, they will come across several creeks. They can also take a break and enjoy the calm of the region. Snorkeling in the Bay of Palma is a must-do activity for any true adventurer, especially if you are traveling in a group.
Visitors should ensure they have a life jacket and a guide with them. It is not recommended to have children to participate in the snorkeling.
2 Take A jump from the cliffs of Majorca
To do this adrenaline-pumping workout, tourists will need a heart of stone. When they stand on the brink, ready to climb the jagged cliffs of Mallorca, they will feel their hearts racing and a wave of happiness flow through their bodies. They will have finally tasted the feeling of victory as soon as they jump into the crystalline lagoon. A fantastic adventure awaits them in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located close to the city.
1 Hot air balloon ride In Majorca
This incredible two-hour hot air balloon trip in the northeastern region of Palma de Mallorca is blessed with spectacular views of beautiful yellow and crimson skies. The hot air balloon flight, which normally departs from Cala Milor, can be easily booked by tourists. As soon as they begin to defy gravity and reach for the sky, the globe shrinks with every inch they gain altitude. Beautiful beaches, rich foliage and landmarks combine to create a breathtaking scene, with a picturesque backdrop to enjoy.
Sunrise; Adults @€170, Children (4-12) @€100
Sunset; Adults @ €185, Children (4-12) @ €100
Children under 4 years old are not allowed to participate in the hot air balloon ride