Mallorca Island, a Mediterranean haven off the coast of Valencia, is a place with impressive landscapes. To hike along the coast, or in the mountainous peaks of Serra de Tramuntana – or anywhere else on the island – is to see a new and indelible natural wonder.

Along the coast, there are pristine beaches with clear waters for fish-spotting families and golden sands for the sunseekers to enjoy. Mallorcan cuisine often embraces bold Mediterranean flavours, which pairs very well with a bottle of locally produced wine. With over 70 wine producers on the island, you'll definitely be spoiled for choice.

What to see & do in Majorca Island

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Things to do in Mallorca include enjoying famed beach resorts, towering limestone mountains, shaded coves, ancient Moorish and Roman ruins, vibrant nightlife, art galleries and festivals. Here, you can take a walk through thousands of years of history to explore ancient Roman fortresses, the early medieval Moorish Almudaina royal palace and the Gothic Santa Maria Cathedral, which dates to the 13th century. For stunning artworks by iconic artists and craftspeople throughout...

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Where & what to eat in Majorca Island

Where to shop & what to buy in Majorca Island

Shopping in Mallorca offers everything from high-end independent boutiques to small independent artist workshops and high street shops as well as traditional open-air markets. Here you can enjoy just about every option for retail therapy you can think of. You can pick up a handmade souvenir right next to haute couture clothes and unique wall art or home décor all on the same stretch of street.Hot spots for shopping in...

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Where to go & what to do at night in Majorca Island

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Information about Mallorca that is essential to preparing for your trip includes all the advice you need to get around and find great deals, among other tips. Driving is one of the best ways to get around, with car hires available. You can also get around by scooter rental, bus or taxi. The island is generally quite safe for travellers, but stick together in groups, remain in populated areas and...

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Where to stay in Majorca Island

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