Enjoy a walk through the Caves of Hams and walk through 850 meters of extraordinary caves with 15 different areas. Be amazed by the Magical Mozart show in the underground lake called The Sea of Venice.Situated in Porto Cristo, the caves are renowned throughout the world for their peculiar fish-hook shaped formations. There are three main caves, the round cave is a vast open area which includes a spectacular botanical garden and is full of life, with many species of free-flying birds that are native to the island of Majorca. It has a special micro-climate as the natural temperature is below that of the exterior meaning it has its own particular vegetation. Millions of years ago, this underground cave was closed in. In blue cave, with its spectacular new blue lighting using cutting edge led technology, you can enjoy the educational documentary, Discovering the past. You will learn about the history of Majorca, its first inhabitants, the formation of the Hams caves and their discovery. You can admire Samson’s pillars, the plains of Fra Mauro and the Pit of hell, where, in a natural auditorium, they will present Genesis, the history of life, a frenzied time lapse from the Big Bang to the present day, projected onto the very rock-face of the cave. The main cave is made up of 12 galleries. On the underground lake called the Sea of Venice, a musical show is presented. The caves are one of Majorca’s main tourist attractions.


It comprises of 3 naves, including the main nave that houses the Trinidad Chapel where the remains of the kings Jaime II and Jaime III can be found. Admire highlights of the façade, such as the imposing columns of the main door and the sculptures by Guillermo Sagrera on the south facing Portal del Mirador. Discover additions made by the architect Antoni Gaudí in the early 20th century, along with works by the artist Miquel Barceló in the Santísimo Chapel.


Experience the stunning landscapes of Mallorca like a bird on a 1-hour hot air balloon flight to see the Tramuntana mountains and villages of the north-east coast. Benefit from a small group experience and the services of a team with more than 30 years experience and get explanations about what to expect as the balloons are inflated. Help with the preparations if you want to get more hands-on. Then, glide serenely up into the air and hear more about the areas you fly over as you sip a glass of sparkling champagne. See the sunrise or sunset from a different perspective and disconnect from all the stresses of everyday life as you are carried by the wind. Float back to ground and get a souvenir flight certificate of your experience before returning to the meeting point by 4WD vehicle.


Tour 1 – without off-road driving Start in Cala Millor and drive across the finca region of Son Servera, past Arta Castle to Cala Torta, where you will be rewarded with a great driving track and a fantastic view to the neighboring island of Menorca. Then drive to the monastery Ermita de Betlem. The journey there alone will take your breath away. Afterwards, continue on to Colonia de Sant Pere, where you can stop off at the harbor and enjoy the beautiful view. After a wonderful day you will drive through rural Mallorca back to Cala Millor, where you will end your drive. Tour 2 – without off-road driving Tour 2 also starts in Cala Millor. You first drive to the fire tower in Porto Cristo, from where you can admire the beautiful view of the cliffs. Continue on towards Felanitx to the highest point on the east coast of Mallorca – Sant Salvador at 506 meters above sea level. The serpentine drive is a pleasure for both the driver and passengers. Here you have a spectacular view over the whole of Mallorca. Afterwards you will head to the next highlight on the itinerary – the Bonany Monastery. Enjoy the fantastic view over the east coast. From Bonany, you will drive along the adjacent route back to Cala Millor.


Leave the Port of Alcudia towards the beaches of the north coast, specifically towards the incredible and famous beach of Es Coll Baix, and pass by the lighthouse of the unique island of Alcanada.  After a refreshing dip, head towards the virgin coves of Cap Pinar, where you can go snorkeling. Continue the journey to the bay of Pollença and enjoy the secluded beach of Es Caló, a small untouched beach where one of the most expensive mansions in Mallorca is located: La Fortaleza.  Continue the route to Formentor Beach to go to one of the most beautiful small coves in Mallorca, Cala Murta, then head towards the majestic cliffs of Cap de Formentor in the Serra de Tramuntana. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this beach will allow you to see the wildest side of the famous and majestic lighthouse of Mallorca: the lighthouse of Cap de Formentor.


Set sail from Palma and head southeast towards Cala Vella. This tour will cross the beautiful Bay of Palma, outlining the old town of the capital preceded by the majesty of the Cathedral. Your crew will anchor in the crystal clear waters of Cala Blava where you can enjoy the underwater riches of the area. Swim, dive, explore or relax and sunbathe on the bow nets. Take your lunch either on the spacious deck or in the shade. The gourmet menu includes delicious dishes served by the crew, including ginger and mango chicken salad, roasted black pork with rosemary potatoes, dates with bacon, beef meatballs with Thai sauce, seafood salad, curry vegetable pie, and many more tasty options. Continue to relax on board or treat yourself to the delicious long drinks and cocktails prepared on board (available for purchase).


Start the trip at the Port of Alcudia, heading to Coll Baix via several beautiful spots such as the Isle of Aucanada and Cap de Menorca. During the trip your guide will show you secret spots such as Nido de Águila, Isla de las Sirenas and more. Enjoy several stops to swim, snorkel and take photos as souvenirs of an unforgettable experience.


After an appropriate introduction to the quad bikes through mud and water, cruise over stony paths and through sand dunes. Experience a trail through a forest and tackle more extreme climbs before you are finally rewarded with an idyllic view. Afterwards ride along the coast until you reach a secluded bay. Enjoy cliff jumping, snorkeling and swimming in summer. Out of season stop for the view and to take photos for lasting memories. At the end of the tour meander and drift over the flat terrain. Then ride along the promenade, past the beach bars and enjoy a cool drink.


In the gardens, witness the clear influence of English landscaping. Stroll along the wide avenue, consisting of 3 lanes of large plane trees, to reach the traditional Mallorcan patio. You will also be able to admire water fountains and hydrangeas. In the house, admire a stunning combination of Roman-Andalusian roots, as well as elements of Arabic, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Roman, Rococo and even English decoration. Time has left traces of each era in the house, while the whole complex maintains its balance. In this sense, the development of the house of Alfabia is a model of respect for the past and evolution, of conservation and innovation.


The ticket includes access to two sightseeing bus routes and 20 stops across the city, ensuring you experience Palma’s culture in great detail. This destination has a rich history, and thanks to the onboard audio tour commentary, you’ll learn all about it, adding an immersive and educational element to your journey. Explore Poble Espanyol, a truly unique village that showcases the many varying architectural styles of Spain’s different regions. Take a walk around the vibrant Plaza de Espana, a pretty public square where you’ll find a statue of King James, as well as relaxing green scenery. Your ticket includes entry to the 14th-century Bellver Castle, a place of great historical significance and one of the city’s top attractions.


Katmandu Park is an interactive adventure park experience. It combines cutting-edge technology with the fun of always. It is the first theme park in Mallorca that includes the possibility of staying in your hotel and that includes theme rooms related to the park.


This wine tour includes a spectacular train ride, an up-close look at wine production, and a wine tasting. You will be met at the winery’s entrance gate and provided with information about Mallorcan wine history and some background information about Bodegas Vi Rei. Then, you will explore the best-kept vineyards on the Balearic Islands on an emblematic train ride. Admire views of the endless fields of vineyards along the coastline. The train schedule is 12 noon on Saturdays and Sundays. Afterwards, you will have a guided tour of the production area, including the grape entrance, fermentation hall, barrel storage area, and the bottling line. The tour ends in the tasting room, where you will try 4 wines and a selection of Vi Rei delicatessen foods.


Right opposite the island of Ille de Alcanada lies the pebble beach Alcanada, and right behind that lies a golf course. Holidaymakers can enjoy a beautiful view of the island and its lighthouse from the shore, or even swim there across the 1.5-metre-deep lagoon. The beach consists of various materials, but gravel makes up the majority of its surface.


The long, sandy beach of Can Picafort stretches along almost the entirety of the eponymous town. On the beach esplanade lie bars and restaurants, while the beach offers parasols and sun-loungers, as well as public showers and toilets. The eastern part of the beach lies right on the doorstep of a hotel, while the western part is somewhat quieter, with a beautiful dune landscape in the background.


The promenade of the Colonia de Sant Pere village leads along the eponymous beach. There are also cafes, shops, and restaurants there. The beach here is protected by breakwaters to stop the waves from eroding the coast, and sand is often heaped up here as well. Depending on when this last happened, you can find a sandy or a gravel beach here. There is also a small marina nearby.


This beautiful long beach spreads between the towns of Colonia de Sant Pere and Son Serra de Marina. Behind the beach lie dune fields, covered in grass. Part of the beach is protected by a lifeguard, but there are also unsupervised sections. Nudism enthusiasts can enjoy undressing in the sun on the eastern section of the beach.


Near the town of Son Serra de Marina, the Torrent des Revellar flows into the sea. You can also find a white, sandy beach here, covered with shrubs. The estuary is located about 500 metres from the village. There are no amenities here, but the nature is unspoilt and pristine. Sturdy shoes are recommended for the steep descent, but the journey is worth it for the 2 km beach with gorgeous clear water. You can also reach the beach by boat.


The settlement of Manresa is home to this peaceful beach, which is undeveloped except for the two hotel complexes located there. There is nothing in terms of amenities, but this means that visitors can enjoy a beautiful view of the mountains behind, and you will always find an empty spot to enjoy the sun.


This long, narrow beach is a popular destination for watersports. There is a surfing school, and paragliders and waterskiers also love to visit the beach. The front part of the beach offers sun-loungers and parasols. Besides that, there are no amenities here, but there is a magnificent view of the bay of Badia de Pollenca. Finally, the well-travelled road between Port de Pollenca and Alcudia leads right along the beach.


This small patch of beach is located on a beautiful headland which is covered with green and is almost uninhabited. The opposite northernmost cape of Mallorca offers here a magnificent spectacle. A bumpy coastal road leads in the proximity of the seashore, so one has to walk the last stretch.


Cala Clara is one of four beaches that are called Cala Sant Vicenc in total. It is skirted by large hotels, so you can find the beach on your doorstep. There are no amenities on offer here, in contrast to the neighbouring Cala Barques. However, it is somewhat quieter too.The view from the beach onto the clear, blue water and the grassy coast will certainly enhance your holiday feeling. Or, if you wish, you can go snorkelling along the rocks.


The beautiful white sandy beach in Port de Pollença is bordered to the north by the Passeig Vora Mar, a promenade lined with palm trees. The infrastructure is somewhat better in the southern part, however. The location has also managed to retain a peaceful charm in spite of the harbour, restaurants, bars, and various watersports activities. A long jetty leads out into the sea, and visitors can enjoy an exceptional panorama of the bay and mountains from there.


There is a small beach within the village of Sa Calobra. This cove is superbly situated between high cliffs. Excursion boats stop at the harbour, but the beach itself has no amenities to offer. However, in the immediate vicinity of the beach lie many bars and restaurants. There is also a track that starts here, leading to the beautiful natural bay of Torrent de Pareis.


The beach Cala Tuent offers gorgeous clear water, and is located in a cove with beautiful mountain scenery, surrounded by pine forests. The beach itself has no amenities whatsoever, but the Es Vergeret restaurant is located just a few hundred metres from the beach, and offers attractive views of the area, as well as delicious local cuisine. Swimmers should be careful here, as there may be strong currents outside of the marked areas. The beach is easy to reach by car, and visitors can also choose to walk through the beautiful countryside from here to the Mirador de ses Barques, above Soller harbour.


At the foot of the artist villas Deia lies the tiny cove of Cala Deia. The beautiful setting is surrounded by rocky slopes, covered with forest. The semi-circular pebble beach is also home to a torrent. There is a restaurant on the beach too, whose rice and fish dishes are highly recommended. Besides that, there are no other amenities. The car park is usually crowded, so park a little further away and walk to the beach.


To get to the beautiful viewing point of Sa Fordada, you have to first hike along a rocky trail through rugged coastal scenery. Starting at the Son Marroig mansion, the walk will take about an hour. You will be rewarded for your efforts with a fantastic view of the open sea and strange rock formations, including a cliff with an 18-metre-diameter hole in the middle. There is also a small bar, and you can swim in the crescent-shaped bay.


The picturesque village of Port de Valldemossa contains the beach of the same name. There are two ways to get to the cool water here: either over the concrete ramp from which boats are launched, or across the pebble beach itself. Between these two spots lies a small restaurant with parking. To get there, you need to drive through the mountains on a rather adventurous road, but the scenery alone is worth it.


The tiny pebble beach of Port de Canonge is situated at the foot of the picturesque eponymous village. The rear part of the beach contains boathouses of local fishermen, but there are no amenities for tourists here besides a few restaurants in the village. On the left-hand-side of the beach, somewhat elevated, is a viewing platform which offers a wonderful panorama of the sea and the coast. This is also the starting point of a beautiful hiking trail to Banyalbufar.


The wonderful, secluded beach Cala Font Celada can only be reached by a ramble about four kilometres long. On the way, there is a fantastic panorama of the sea and the barren, hilly countryside. As there are hardly any shadows, one should carry enough drinks and wear a hat. When bathing, one notices the somewhat cooler water, because of the fresh water sources near the seaside. The bay is the mouth of the Torrent of Castellot, which, however, occurs only after quite heavy rainfall. Otherwise, there is a small brackish pond at the end of the beach.


The tiny pebble beach of Port de Canonge is situated at the foot of the picturesque eponymous village. The rear part of the beach contains boathouses of local fishermen, but there are no amenities for tourists here besides a few restaurants in the village. On the left-hand-side of the beach, somewhat elevated, is a viewing platform which offers a wonderful panorama of the sea and the coast. This is also the starting point of a beautiful hiking trail to Banyalbufar.


Cala Matzoc can only be reached with an off-road vehicle or on-foot. The coastal path leading to the beach is about 1.5 kilometres long, and the beach itself lies in the middle of hills, forests, and dunes. Enjoy peace and quiet here, far from the tourist hustle and bustle. The alluring landscape that surrounds the beach is particularly inviting for hiking, but you should be careful when swimming due to the currents that occur during windy weather.


In the midst of a beautiful dune landscape lies the beach of Cala Mesquida. Ideal for swimming in the shallow water, it is especially fun when high waves roll into the bay on windy days. The beach is watched by a lifeguard, and there is also a bar that offers food. In terms of other facilities, showers, toilets, a Red Cross station, parasol rental, and sun-loungers round off the options. Visitors can also practise watersports or nudism on the beach, or go birdwatching in the surrounding dunes and hills, including at one of the largest gull and cormorant colonies in the Balearic Islands. Hence, the bay is under conservation.


Cala Ratjada bay offers two separate, beautiful sandy beaches to visit. At the start of the headland, take a left in front of the large, grey hotel. Here lies the Platja de son Moll beach. Cala Ratjada is also home to the small sandy cove of Cala Gat, which is located on the right-hand-side of the harbour. If you walk along the esplanade in the direction of the lighthouse you can reach the beautiful small bay of Cala Gat in just a few minutes. There are no amenities here except for a beach bar, which offers tasty snacks and parasol and sun-lounger rental. The untouched cove is surrounded by cliffs and lined by a pine forest and, besides a singular house, has nothing in terms of urban development. The fantastic location means that the beach can occasionally be crowded. Finally, it is worth taking a short walk along the waterfront to the lighthouse at the end of the cape.


The sandy beach of Cala Bona is located in the tourist town of the same name. Along the palm-skirted esplanade lie restaurants, shops, bars, and hotels, so the beach is just a stone’s throw away from extensive amenities. You can also rent parasols and sun-loungers there, and the breakwaters ensure that the waves are not too strong. Boulders create three basins for swimming, and it is also comfortable to lie on these rocks if you do not wish to jump in. The gentle slope of the beach into the sea makes the beach ideal for families as well.


The small yet pretty beach N’Aladern is lined by pines and a few smaller private houses. If the neighbouring beach of Font de sa Cala is too crowded, this is the ideal spot to come for a quiet break, just one kilometre away. There are no facilities on this sandy beach, but you do have a beautiful view of the rocky coast opposite. To get to the beach, either come by bus (there is a bus stop 500 metres away), or park at the end of a cul-de-sac, around 200 metres away.