The marvels and multitudes of Mallorca, within the Balearic Islands, is an idyllic island that caters to travellers from all walks of life.

This island provides the perfect place to experience a kaleidoscope of diverse settings. From exciting things to do in Palma to the quiet mountain town of Valldemossa, you’re in for a spectacular time.

Palma Bay Boat Tour with Snorkelling

Palma Bay Boat Tour with Snorkelling a gentle breeze wafting through your hair while you have a sangria in hand marvelling at the surrounding seaside splendours. This tour also includes cruising to two snorkelling bays to swim with the fish.

1-Hour Hot Air Balloon Flight The ultimate way to obtain a bird’s eye view of Mallorca in all its glory. With an unmatched view of this island’s surroundings, you’ll feel like you’ve travelled through every nook and cranny of Mallorca with just one overhead trip through the sky.

Palma Tour With Wine and Tapas Tasting This excursion is a private tour that focuses on two essential factors of exploring a foreign place: discovering the city and sampling local products. A tour guide will ensure you’ll learn all about this fascinating city’s history while sampling Spanish specialities, such as wine and olive oil.

Day 1: Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca Also known as La Seu by locals, this Gothic structure is simply dripping with intricate details and refined beauty. This cathedral upon a sea wall is on an elevation that makes it viewable from all parts of the town.

Sunbathe at Cala Comtessa Cala Comtessa is the slice of sandy heaven you’ve been searching for. This beach is surrounded by warm, aquamarine water, which is perfect to paddle in after a long day of sightseeing.

Day 2: Sanctuary of Sant Salvador With stunning shrines and sublime views to fill your day with unforgettable sights, this religious structure is a must-see attraction and mini hike all in one.

Coves del Drac

25 minutes away from Felanitx, the Drach Caves is a magical network of four caves to explore. These caves will feel like stepping into an entirely different planet with underground lakes and ceilings decorated with sublime stalactites seemingly suspended in space.

Day 3: Valldemossa Valldemossa is a beautiful town with cobblestones and darling eateries to feel like you’re living in an old-timey fairy-tale.

Cala Deià With a lush backdrop and clear, turquoise waters to float around, this beach is the perfect place to slow down and appreciate the natural beauty of Mallorca. If you’re feeling peckish, a few little eateries are nearby.

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