Majorca: Sightseeing

Most Popular Spanish Mediterranean Island

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Whether you want to book yourself on a sight seeing tour or you want to navigate your own way around the island there’s plenty on the beautiful island of Majorca to see. The National Park in the archipelago of Cabrera is about two hours off the coast of Majorca by boat. The National Park has a wealth of rich marine life and animal species. This place also offers other great attractions such as the archaeological site of a castle from the 14th century. Boats leave Majorca from Petro and if you wish to travel there by a private boat you have to receive permission before hand. Another popular sight seeing attraction in Majorca are the Caves of Drach. It’s a spectacular place to visit and there are sometimes concerts taking place in the caves. They are definitely worth a visit.

There are beautiful villages and towns to explore such as Soller, which you can get to by a one hour train journey through the brilliant landscape from Palma. Valldemossa sits in the Tramontana mountains and is a beautiful place to visit with some beautiful historical sights. The old town of Alcudia is a lovely place to wander around and pick up some Majorcan souvenirs. If you don’t feel confident making your own way around the island why not join one of the hop on hop off open top tour buses that visit the main spots in Majorca however if you want a real taste of the island we suggest hiring a car and investing in a map of the island.