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What to do in Mallorca?

24 ideas to spend your holidays in Mallorca

Cultural outings, water activities, and gastronomic addresses. Here is a selection of ideas to spend unforgettable moments in the pearl of the Balearic Islands and enhance your stay as a couple with family or friends in one of our luxury villas.

Scuba diving in the mediterranean sea
Hot air balloon flight activity in Mallorca
Kite surfing in the Spanish island of Mallorca
Take a kayak trip in the mediterranean sea
Climbing cliffs activity in Mallorca
Es Taller Restaurant in Valldemossa in Mallorca
Restaurant Terrae in Puerto Pollensa in Mallorca
Restaurant Patiki Beach in Sóller in Mallorca
Restaurant Ca n'Ignasi in Inca in Mallorca
Ponderosa Beach in Playa de Muro in Mallorca
Boat trip activity to Cabrera in Mallorca
Palma Aquarium activity for children in Mallorca
Alcudia Hydro Park for children in Mallorca
Jungle Parc Junior for children in Mallorca
Visit to the Caves of Campanet in Mallorca
Royal Palace of the Almudaina in Mallorca
Juan March Foundation Museum in Mallorca
Visit to Orquidea pearl factory in Mallorca
Mallorca Cathedral site in the Balearic capital
The Roman city site of Pollentia in Mallorca
Visit the Caves of Artá in Mallorca
Visit Bellver Castle overlooking Palma de Mallorca
Discover beach of Cala Pi in Mallorca
Wine tasting activity in Mallorca

What else to do in Mallorca?

The largest of the Balearic Islands offers its visitors a multitude of activities. Of course, Mallorca is best known for its incredible beaches, which can be found in Alcudia and Pollença, but also in Santa Ponsa, Palma and Cala Millor. However, it also has some beautiful coves surrounded by cliffs that the Mediterranean Balearic island is famous for. Cala d'Or, Cala Formentor, Port Alcúdia, Cala Sant Vicenc, Cala Mesquida, Cala Figuera, Cala S'Almonia... These small bays are accessible by sea or on foot.

A holiday in Spain is also the ideal opportunity to enjoy cultural visits. Discover the Catedral in Palma de Mallorca, the Cruz del Desembarco in Santa Ponsa, the church of St. James in Alcudia or the Roman ruins in Pollença. 

You can ask Emerald Stay's team of private concierges for more ideas on what to see on the island of Mallorca.


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