Top 5 places to visit in Mallorca using Cooltra
por admin | 28/05/2021 | 0 comentarios

Mallorca is the largest Balearic island and can boast not only beaches of incredible turquoise tones but also spectacular landscapes, cliffs, mountains and valleys, beautiful charming villages and incredible scenic roads.


Here is a list of the 5 essential places to see in Mallorca:



It’s the capital of the island and the largest city in the entire Balearic archipelago. Getting lost in its streets and visiting its incredible historical buildings is a memorable experience – from the impressive Mallorca Cathedral to Bellver Castle, from Almudaina Palace to the Roman remains and the alleys of the Jewish quarter, from the old stonewalls to the Majorcan courtyards. You can also explore the Paseo Marítimo, see the impressive boats in the marina, and stop for a snack in its lively bars. Oh! And don’t leave without trying an Ensaimada, the quintessential Mallorcan cake.



Tramuntana Mountain means nature, architecture, and rest. Reaching as high as 1,436 meters, this Unesco World Heritage Site stands in stark contrast to the geography of the rest of the island. Here you will find extensive forests, spectacular cliffs facing the Mediterranean Sea, and beautiful villages such as Bañalbufar, Valldemossa, Deià, Sóller, Fornalutx, and Pollença. If you want to explore some of its beaches, we recommend visiting its impressive bays, such as Sa Calobra, Cala Estellencs, Cala Deià, or Cala Tuent.



Located in the town of Porto Cristo (Manacor), these are the most famous caves on the island. In fact, they are so famous that you probably won’t be able to visit them without queuing up. Only group tours are available and they take about 1 hour, so we recommend wearing comfortable (and non-slippery) shoes. The caves hide a large underground lake, Lake Martel, which is one of the largest underground lakes in the world. If you like music, this tour has a pleasant surprise in store for you…



There are hundreds of white sandy beaches with crystal clear waters in Mallorca, but some beaches are more famous than others and you need not get lost while visiting the island. Boasting fine sand and a turquoise, transparent sea that makes the Caribbean pale in comparison, Es Trenc is the longest untouched beach on the island As for Es Carbó, it also has an idyllic atmosphere. It’s protected by sand dunes and usually not very crowded. Cala Agulla is another beautiful beach surrounded by pine trees and mountains, perfect for water sports. Port de Pollença beach has a lot of restaurants and shops and the wind makes it one of the best surfing spots on the island.



This is one the most iconic attractions in Mallorca, thanks to its stunning scenery, vertiginous lookouts, beautiful beaches and, of course, amazing sunsets. You can enjoy impressive panoramic views from the Es Colomer and Talaia d’Albercutx lookouts. Formentor Beach is another must-visit spot – and so is Cala Figuera, one of the most inaccessible and beautiful beaches in Mallorca. Finally, be sure to visit the Formentor Lighthouse, a unique place to enjoy the views and an unforgettable sunset.



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