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As well as being a very popular destination for sun worshippers with a love of cocktails and clubbing, this Balearic jewel has a long and rich history, breathtaking landscapes, and an irresistible charm. Mallorca’s beaches, however, with their golden sands and crystalline waters, remain the island’s biggest draw.

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Coves del Drac
Carretera de les Coves, Porto Cristo

Coves del Drac (Cuevas del Drach/Dragon Caves) is a unique network of caves situated in an old fishing village called Porto Cristo, around 65 kilometres from Palma. Go underground and visit this impressive complex boasting thousands upon thousands of stalagmites, stalactites as well as a stunning underground lake. Guided tours take around one hour and include a boat trip across Lake Martel. At the end of the tour, a classical music concert completes the magical setting.

Es Baluard — Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art
Plaça de la Porta de Santa Catalina 10, Palma

Soak in some culture in Es Baluard Museu d'Art Contemporani de Palma, which houses over 700 artworks created by Baleriac artists of international renown, from the late 19th century to the present.

Ca n'Eduardo
Carrer Contramuelle Mollet 3, Palma

Mediterranean restaurant specialized in fish, seafood, and paella, which are served on a rooftop deck overlooking the bay of Palma and the Cathedral. All fish and seafood are brought straight from the fish market, which is situated below the restaurant -- it doesn't get fresher than this! The Lobster Paella comes highly recommended.

FABRICK food & more
Carrer de Sant Magí 84, Palma

Small and stylish Mediterranean restaurant, in Palma's Santa Catalina district, serving fresh and carefully prepared dishes with a modern touch. FABRICK is one of those places where it's clear that a lot of care and attention have gone into every component of the menu, which changes weekly and aims to present only the best from the market on the day. The octopus with potato salad comes highly recommended.

El Corte Inglés
Avinguda d'Alexandre Rosselló 12-16, Palma

Spain's department store colossus is both loved and hated, but successfully performs the main task of a department store, which is to offer most things to most people. Here you find designer fashions, their own low and medium-priced lines, enormous perfumery and make-up departments, leather goods in all price ranges, toys, children's clothes, art materials, food and delicatessen, home furnishing devices and garden furniture. There is a large Corte Inglés department store near Plaza España and a smaller one next to the old city centre on Jaime III.

Porto Pi Centro Comercial
Avinguda de Gabriel Roca 54, Palma

If you want to have everything under one roof, this is the place to go. At Porto Pi Centro Comercial, you can not only shop in stores like Bershka, Guess, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste, Massimo Dutti, and Zara, but you can also play a wide range of games at the Casino de Mallorca or in the arcade. Porto Pi Centro Comercial also offers a great selection of eateries.


Spain can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE, and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travellers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.

Best Time to Visit

Mallorca is undoubtedly a summer destination. June to September have hot beach weather and large crowds of partiers and sun-seekers. If you prefer a more relaxed cultural vacation with smaller crowds or a visit to enjoy the island's natural wonders, visit at any other time of the year (but avoid the rainy months of October and November).

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