Where to go in Mallorca
List of regions
Valldemossa is a tranquil Mallorcan village set amid olive, orange, lemons and cherry groves in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, around 10 miles inland from Palma. It was the birthplace of Catalina Thomas, ‘La Beata', the only Mallorcan saint.
Sollér is one of a trio of attractions in the northwest of Mallorca, along with Deia and Valldemossa. It's a peaceful place, set in a broad bowl of a valley dotted with orange trees and ancient olive groves.
Pollença is a charming little town at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain chain in the north of Mallorca, close to Pollença Bay. It's reached via a scenic drive across the island from Palma airport, with family friendly beaches nearby and good walking to be had along the coast and in the s…
The port of Palma, set on a beautiful bay, can take visitors by surprise. It's long been considered a glamorous gathering spot for the wealthy and their yachts, but was initially overlooked as a cultural destination. That's all changed now, and Palma has become known as a great city for a cultural …