In Sóller, the sea and mountains host fertile orange groves that weave through the valley. Its narrow, winding streets are home to churches, convents, museums and beautiful stone houses that shelter charming courtyards.
Deià is a picture-perfect village. Nestled in a valley, its stone houses with terracotta roofs skirt the Sierra de Tramuntana amidst scenery that is guaranteed to capture the hearts of everyone lays eyes on it.
Pollença awaits visitors with its beautiful bay, fringed by wonderfully calm waters, and a town centre where tradition, history, architecture and culture go hand in hand.
Inca lies on a crossroads. With its strikingly beautiful buildings, it is the perfect place for a leisurely stroll.
Mallorca also offers endless white, sandy beaches and hidden coves with crystal clear waters. It is the perfect setting for enjoying water sports, taking a bike ride, going hiking or daring to try out an adventure sport.
It is also ideal for families, because nothing is ever very far away. If culinary tours are your thing, don't forget to try some of the island's delicious traditional recipes, such as frit mallorqui, a wide range of soups, exquisite sobrasada and of course, its famous desserts, such as ensaimada and bunyols.