Anyone who sees Mallorca as just a crazy party island, where crab-red bronzed northerners do their mischief, is wrong. Because: Mallorca has beautiful corners, hotspots and events that have nothing to do with sangria and pop songs. You’ll find a nice choice of information for tourists, but also for emigrants, what should have been done “definitely” on Mallorca. We have had a close look at the most beautiful sites of the imposing Balearic Island and show you what you must not miss.
Here are our top 5:
- Visit a stalactite cave
Did you know that Mallorca has many beautiful stalactite caves? There are nearly 200 in number, although not all caves are accessible. So please take care! Anyone who appreciates crystal-clear water and beautiful rock formations will be delighted here.
- Explore the local markets
Mallorca is known for its colorful weekly markets. In addition to fresh fruit, vegetables and many other foods, there are of course a lot of handicrafts – and antique markets, which can be very interesting for collectors.
- Get to know Deiá
Mallorca is always good for surprises. Or did you know that there is a fascinating small artist town on the island? Picasso already lived here!
- Visit an Easter procession
Processions are very important in Spain, especially at Easter. During the Easter processions the death of Jesus is mourned. The joy of his resurrection is then celebrated with big street parties. But even the mourning parades are so fascinating that you should have seen them once.
- Visit the cathedral Seu de Palma
This beautiful cathedral is considered the landmark of the island and is larger and, in its entirety, more impressive than most other known cathedrals. Enjoy the magical atmosphere in the gothic church.
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