Valldemossa, embraced by the Tramuntana Mountains, charms with its ancient cobblestone streets and serene Royal Carthusian monastery.
Perched above the pretty Spanish city of Palma de Mallorca, circular Belvedere Castle dates back to the early 1300s.
Palma de Mallorca’s hard-to-miss La Seu Cathedral is arguably one of the most beautiful places in Spain.
On the island’s eastern shore, Drach Caves, celebrated for their amazing subterranean rock formations.
The tiny, uninhabited Malgrats Islands, lying off Mallorca’s southwestern shores.
Discover the culinary center of Mallorca at the Mercado del Oliver. Established in 1951 and close to the vibrant Calle St'Michel in Palma.
Travel under the seas to take in Mallorca’s mesmerizing underwater realms at Palma Aquarium.
While you're in Mallorca, discover the imaginative work of one of the most iconic artists of the 20th century, Joan Miró.
Don’t miss a visit to Llotja de Palma, also referred to as Sa Llotja, in Mallorca’s Old Town.