What to do in Palma de Mallorca


Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca has a great variety of monuments, such as the Cathedral, Almudaina Royal Palace and Bellver Castle, as well as a wide range of leisure and local cuisine.

Spectacles of Nature

The Drac Caves are the most famous on the island for their grandeur and spectacular composition of stalactites and stalagmites. The Artá, Halms, Génova and Campanet Caves complete the offer. We recommend that you book your visit in advance.

Pristine Water

Mallorca is characterised by the cleanliness of its transparent, turquoise waters. If you want to discover other beaches besides Santa Ponça, you cannot miss the beaches around Alcúdia and other more hidden spots such as Caló des Moro in Santanyí, Playa de Formentor in Pollença, and Cala Varques in Manacor.


When it comes to nightlife, Mallorca has nothing to envy to Ibiza. Clubs such as Tito in Palma have become an institution, and other areas such as Arenal, La Lonja and Santa Catalina have become very popular with young people. Further away, Puerto Portals and Magaluf also have a lively party scene.

Rich Gastronomy

In addition to the traditional ensaïmada, Mallorca has a delicious cuisine that is definitely worth trying. Frito mallorquí, sobrasada and tumbet are among the dishes not to be missed during your stay. Don’t forget to enjoy the bread with oil!

Water Sports

Mallorca by boat is spectacular. There are different routes depending on the area you want to visit and what you want to do, as well as trips to hidden coves and guided snorkelling or diving excursions to admire the beauty under the sea.

Artisanal Glass

Mallorca is also famous for its glassblowing. Seeing how objects are created using this artisanal process arouses the curiosity of many people, and visiting some of the glass factories that still exist on the island has become another tourist attraction.