Majorca and its wonders

  • 4 days
  • All seasons
  • General public
  • Culture / Heritage
  • Faune and flora
  • Discovery
  • Adventure / Sports & Leisure
  • Free time
  • Relaxation / Well-being
  • Medium

Palma is the best starting point for day trips from one end of the island to the other. Here are a few ideas for visits and walks to discover the main sites of the island in a short week, or an extended weekend, between heritage visits, hikes and sea excursions.

Photo gallery

<p>The port and the cathedral of Palma de Mallorca.</p> <p>Door of the wall of Alcúdia.</p> <p>Creek near Deià.</p> <p>.</p>

Loading in progress...

Please wait

Steps

  • Palma, Majorca
  • Valldemossa
  • Deià
  • Pollença
  • Alcúdia
  • Artà
  • Canyamel
  • Manacor
add steps

You will be able to modify it at will in the editor

Details of the stay: Majorca and its wonders - 4 days

Day 1 : Palma

Once you arrive in Palma, start by visiting its old quarter and the cathedral as well as the walk lined with orange trees and palm trees along the sea (Passeig Marítim). Enjoy the lively nightlife of Palma and the beaches along the city.

Day 2 : North of the island

Stroll through the pretty villages of Alcúdia and Pollença, before reaching the magnificent Cape of Formentor. Don't miss its viewpoint and beautiful beach, where you can spend the afternoon.

Day 3 : Walks in Tramuntana

The Tramuntana hiking excursions are superb. The village of Deià is very picturesque and beautiful. Colourful houses cling to the hillside amidst pines and olive trees. The reputation of this charming hamlet is well deserved: many artists have chosen this village as a place of inspiration. Victim of its success, Deià is a little invaded in July and August. To get some fresh air, go for a walk on the village creek: the site is spectacular. And above all, don't miss the superb village of Valldemossa, probably one of the most beautiful in the Serra de Tramuntana.

Day 4 : East coast

Take a trip to the other side of the island, on the east coast. Many creeks follow one another, offering sumptuous views of the sea and several beaches of fine sand, many of which are still wild. This is the case of the beaches around Artà: Cala Torta, Na Clara and Sa Font Celada among others, and Manacor.

You will be able to modify it at will in the editor