A holiday to Mallorca is always a wonderful experience. Fabulous weather, an endless list of things to do, great food and brilliant people. It’s no wonder people keep returning each year.
However, if you’re hoping to experience some attractions that are a little different from the usual hot spots, then we’ve got just the guide for you. We’ve put together some of the top unique things to do on a holiday to Mallorca, so you’ll never be short of things to discover on this beautiful island.
1. Explore Mondrago Natural Park
The Mondrago Natural Park is one of Mallorca’s gems. It’s located in the south of the island and the park is famous for its beautiful white beaches and breathtaking turquoise blue waters.
Despite its remoteness, it is popular, but it’s certainly worth a visit. Embrace the sunshine whilst being surrounded by stunning landscapes filled with beautiful cliffs that stretch down to crystal-clear waters.
There are several paths for you to wander around the coastline and you have a choice of many beautiful beaches throughout the park to choose from. You may find yourself returning again and again.
2. Hike to the Enchanting Caló des Moro Beach
Situated on the wonderful and tranquil southeastern coast of Mallorca, there’s a quaint beach that is simply described as pure paradise. Nestled in a rocky cove surrounded by beautiful pine-covered limestone cliffs, Caló des Moro Beach showcases a spectacular coastline.
The hike down to the beach is just as great as the beach itself, so if you decide to visit this area, then make sure that you include some time to hike around the surrounding cliffs too. You will not be disappointed.
3. Take a Drive to the Cap de Pera Lighthouse
The Cap de Pera Lighthouse is perched in the far north-east of Mallorca looking out to Menorca, and the surrounding views are breathtaking.
Catch the sunset here, or partake in one of the many hikes that surround the area and finish off by relaxing on one of the many small beaches. It’s the perfect place to rent out a car and make a day of it.
4. Visit the Mountains of Soller
This rural town is set within a lush valley situated between the sea and the mountains. It’s a popular place for a day trip as it’s accessible via the vintage train from Palma.
There’s lots of atmosphere to soak up, so place yourself in one of the many quaint cafes and enjoy some Spanish wine, pastries, and tapas. Or for the more adventurous, head towards the mountains. There are some amazing hikes in this area that are blessed with breathtaking views. It’ll create memories you’ll never forget.
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