You will never be short of activities and places to see in Mallorca.

Mallorca is one of the top tourist destinations, probably due to the great beauty of the island or the wide variety of activities that can be carried out on it. The largest Balearic island is a very unique place, suitable for all audiences. Whether you are looking for a more lively and festive atmosphere or much more relaxed, here you will find a place for you and your family.

If you are going to spend a few days on The Island of Calm, prepare yourself to fall in love with its landscapes, culture, and its environment. If you are still not sure if the island is the perfect destination for you, we propose a list of what to see in Mallorca, with all the places you can visit and the top things you must do to enjoy your stay and live unforgettable experiences in this privileged island.

Best beaches in Mallorca

As in the rest of the Balearic Islands, here are some of the most beautiful beaches from Spain and, probably, in the whole world. The Mallorcan coast has both rocky cliffs and natural hidden coves among the landscape, as well as kilometers of wide beaches with fine white sand and crystal clear waters. Undoubtedly, the coastal areas and beaches are one of the main attractions of the island, as well as the mild Mediterranean climate, which invites you to cool off in its waters during the warmer months of the year.

You will find hundreds of beaches and coves that are worth visiting, all different from each other. All of them breathe a unique and unforgettable atmosphere, which invites you to relax and chill out. Many of these places help you savor the true philosophy of the island, the essence of Mallorca and its people.

Es Trenc

Es Trenc remains silent, hidden among dunes, is one of the best beaches in Mallorca, and one of the most famous. This beach is part of the Es Trenc-Salobrar de Campos Marine-Terrestrial Natural Park, it is a wild beach, and is the last virgin sand beach on the island. In addition to its miles of white sand and azure blue waters, Es Trenc is known for one little curiosity. You will find on the beach some curious concrete buildings that were built during the Second World War in the form of bunkers or machine-gun nests, in order to confront an enemy landing, although they were never used for this purpose. In 2014, these military bunkers were painted in white and decorated with verses from the poem "Cala Gentil", by the Mallorcan poet Miquel Costa I Llobera. This small curiosity gives the beach a unique attraction that sets it apart from the rest of the island's beaches.

Torrent de Pareis

Few places impress more than Torrent de Pareis, if you are thinking about what to see in Mallorca, you cannot miss this wonder of nature, one of the most special and magical places on the island.

More than a beach, it is a torrent bed that ends in a cove of round pebbles, surrounded by huge stone walls. To get there you have to walk a path that goes through rocky perfectly illuminated caves. The experience worths it. It is impossible to describe the immensity of these walls on both sides of the small beach, when you get there you will see that the place is much more beautiful and overwhelming than expected.

Once a year, during the summer season, a jazz and classical music concert is held outdoors in the Torrent de Pareis. This tradition has been celebrated since 1964 on the first Sunday of July during the evening. The torrent acts as an awesome backdrop, like a natural auditorium, offering spectacular acoustics

What to do in Mallorca

There is a wide range of activities you can do, you will find plans to suit every taste in Mallorca. You will never be short of activities and places to see in Mallorca. Being the largest of the islands, we have infinite plans at your disposal to enjoy this Mediterranean Jewel.

A sunset from a strategically located viewpoint is something you cannot miss and that will surely impress you. The sunsets on the island are breathtaking. Formentor is one of those places worth visiting at the beginning of the sundown. Along the road that leads to the Lighthouse, there are several viewpoints to take the best photographs of the island.

Another must-see during your stay in Mallorca is the Serra de Tramuntana and its charming villages. This rocky system has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its picturesque beauty and cultural richness. In this area of ??Mallorca, there are towns that have the Mediterranean soul, and their streets charmingly transport you to another era. Some places worth visiting are the towns of Valldemossa, Fornalutx, or Sóller, all of them with a singular beauty. In addition, for mountain lovers, the Serra de Tramuntana is full of hiking trails to discover the most intact and least touristy part of the island.

Best things to do in Palma

In the capital of the Balearic Islands we find life and cultural activities throughout the year. Palma is a real city, with the busy and vibrant atmosphere that characterizes cities and with a wide range of museums, historical places and guided visits to areas of interest. The old town is also a must-see, strolling through its streets and observing its ancient buildings and walls, as well as visiting the Basilica of Santa María de Palma, the imposing Gothic cathedral known by the island's inhabitants as La Seu de Palma.

If you are an art lover, the capital also offers a large number of museums and galleries where you can appreciate the artistic opulence of the island. Es Baluard is one of the largest and best-known museums in Palma, dedicated to modern and contemporary art by local and international artists who have some connection to the island.

The Juan March Foundation is another must-see for art lovers, located in an old mansion in the city, offers exhibitions of artists and international movements that change regularly, as well as a permanent collection that includes pieces by artists like Miró or Dalí.

You will always find something to discover in Mallorca and amaze yourself with its charm. If you are not sure about what to do in Palma, we want you to know that here you will find all the advantages that cities offer, although with the island climate and the advantage of always being relatively close to the coast and the most impressive natural landscapes. In this Mediterranean city you will always find a lively atmosphere, a great gastronomic offer and many places and establishments that are worth visiting. Furthermore, we believe that it is the ideal place to stay and be able to easily move around the island.

Puro Hotel Palma

Puro Hotel is a design hotel located in La Lonja neighborhood, in the heart of Palma's old town. The building in which it is located, recently renovated and expanded, was an old palace from the 18th century. This boutique hotel in Palma is the perfect choice for those travelers who want to enjoy a different, cozy, and quality experience. At Puro Hotel Palma you will enjoy the unwinding and well-being that the island promises, in unique rooms with their own personality and the best service in the city.