MALLORCA’S MAJESTIC NATURAL SPLENDOUR IS RIVALED ONLY BY ITS RICH HISTORY AND CULINARY EXCELLENCE.

The magnificent island of Mallorca, blessed with perfect weather nearly all year, is an explorer’s paradise. From the mountains of the north to the olive and almond groves of the south to the pristine beaches and fishing villages of the west, this Balearic isle breathes promises of tranquility and adventure.

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Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI)

Discoveries

CASTELL D'ALARO
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Perched high up in the rugged mountains in the center of the island, the ruins of the 10th-century Castell D’Alaró and the 17th-century Ermita de la Mare de Déu del Refugi chapel are among the most impressive in Mallorca – and among the hardest to get to. Spend a day hiking up the rocky cliffs and you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the entire island.

ES BALUARD
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While Palma is home to an abundance of cultural institutions and landmarks, from its towering La Seu Cathedral to Bellver Castle, it’s worth stepping off the beaten path to visit Mallorca’s Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Housed in an avant-garde building tucked inside the Renaissance-era Sant Pere fort, the collection is one of Spain’s most impressive.

FUNDACIÓ PILAR I JOAN MIRÓ
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Surrounded by peaceful gardens, this complex of modern exhibition spaces and historic houses where Joan Miró created his masterworks of painting and sculpture offers a detailed look at the last 25 years of Miro’s life. Paintings hang in light-filled galleries, while the artist’s charcoal sketches for his scultpures adorn the walls of a small, 17th-century house known as Son Boter.

PALMA DE MALLORCA
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Presiding over a busy ancient port, Mallorca’s largest city gleams like a sun-drenched pearl of the Balearic Islands. Its historic center is a living museum, its architecture a hodge-podge of Byzantine and Renaissance influences. Wander its winding alleys, lined with hip boutiques, shops selling traditional handicrafts, breezy cafés, and romantic restaurants.

PORT DE SÓLLER
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The island’s western coast is lined with ancient fishing villages, where life and scenery have barely changed in hundreds of years. One of the most picturesque is Sóller, with its cobbled streets, stone houses, and portside cafés serving the day’s catch. Make like a local and spend a day cycling along the dramatic coastline, basking on pristine beaches, and stopping in town for a waterfront lunch.

VALLDEMOSSA
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Traverse the rugged island to visit the 14th-century village of Valldemossa, a serene refuge nestled in a green valley deep in the Tramuntana hills. Within its well-preserved stone walls, historic monasteries, bubbling fountains, and sun-soaked plazas feel unchanged in centuries. Once the home of composer Frédéric Chopin and George Sand, the town is best known as the setting for the latter’s autobiographical novel A Winter in Majorca.

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COVES DE CAMPANET

Hike between the stalactites and underground pools of the dramatic Coves de Campanet.

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