Mallorca Sightseeing - Mallorca Transfer Bookings
The amazing caves found in Mallorca are one of the top tourist attractions. While visiting the caves you will see the stunning stalagmites and stalactites along with the underground lakes and their beautiful water reflections on the cave sides. Guided tours are also available for the caves open to public.
This enormous cathedral is close to the shore in Plama and has become the emblem of the city. It is an outstanding example of gothic architecture enhancing the city especially during the night while its lighted. A site that took almost three hundred years to be built.
Marineland is also a favourite and it is the only entertainment park in Mallorca. There you could see shows with dolphins and sea lions performing acrobatics, parrot circus, sharks, aquariums, crocodiles and reptiles. The park is beautiful and it has become a not to miss spot in Mallorca.
Placa Major is from the places Mallorca’s heart beats. Apart from the nice restaurants and bars located in the pedestrianzed square you will be able to enjoy street theatre, music performances and street events, to mix with the crowd and get the sense of Mallorca living outside culture.
This castle is situated at the top of a small hill in Palma de Mallorca and it is a spectacular gothic castle with stunning views. Take a taste of medieval years and enjoy the artifacts exhibited in the museum that can be found inside.
Valldemossa Monastery was built in the 13th century up in the mountains and a visit will make up for the effort to go there. Stunning views, the Museum of contemporary Art and a 17th century pharmacy are just a few of the things you can see.
This used to be a royal residence with unique architecture elements of different periods combined in this exquisite building. The main style is gothic and guided tours are available. Also there is a museum section on this site.
Consolat de Mar is a great renaissance building with beautiful decorated ceilings and interesting architectural features. The building is used as the house of the government of the Balearic Islands and it definitely worth a visit.
The translation in English is Bishop’s Palace and it hosts the Diocese museum exhibiting items from Mallorca’s churches. It is situated rights behind the Cathedral and its courtyard is connected to the city walls.
Son Morroig - Northeast of Deia
Casa Olesa - Carrer Morey 25, Palma
Palau Episcopal and Museu Diocesa, Palma
Santa Eulalia - Placa Santa Eulalia,
Aquacity - S'Arsenal
Basilica de Sant Francesc
Parc de la Mar – Palma
Parc Natural Mondrago - east of Santanyl
Botanicactus – Santanyi