Discover 33 Delightful Things to Do in Mallorca, Spain

We were completely taken by this beautiful island – from hiking the oh-so-picturesque countryside and swimming at ravishing beach coves to touring manor houses oozing with history.

As for places to stay in Mallorca, we found the fincas especially enchanting. On our trip, we were determined to find the best places in Mallorca.

Get lost in the narrow streets of Palma

Take in the honey-colored buildings, flaunting beautiful casement windows and Juliet balconies. Soak up the atmosphere as you wander the medieval streets.


The Palma cathedral  (known as La Seu) is the most-visited of all Palma de Mallorca attractions. Perched overlooking the seaside, it’s truly a stunning landmark.

Ogle the Palma de Mallorca cathedral


Admire the Royal Palace of La Almudaina

Inside, many original 16th century Flemish tapestries hang on the walls, and some ceilings are ornately painted in traditional Mallorcan black-and-red colors.


Stroll the Jardines de S’Hort del Rei

The gardens were originally part of the Almudaina Palace. Today they’re a small public green space, with lovely fountains and shady trees.


Shop at the Mercat de Santa Catalina

Established in 1920, it’s Palma’s oldest food market. Dozens of artisan food producers sell fruit, veggies, meat, cheese, seafood, flowers and pastries.


Take the train to Soller

The Soller train trip takes about an hour – squeezing through 13 tunnels. The time passes all too quickly because the scenery is just so darn scenic!


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