Tourism in Mallorca

Ah, Mallorca... Swimming in turquoise waters, visiting museums rich in history, climbing steep cliffs... There's something for everyone! If you're looking for nature holidays, the island's natural beauty will delight you. Lush forests, mountain ranges, breathtaking panoramas... You will find endless walking and cycling trails on the island, for every level, and also trekking trails for the most experienced. Caving enthusiasts will also be delighted: there are numerous caves on Mallorca, so you can visit them from the land or from the boat to admire the stalactites and stalagmites.

If you like to discover the history of the places you visit, go to Palma, the island's capital: you can visit the famous Gothic cathedral, the Bellver castle or the Sant Francesc convent. As for museums, you can admire the works of Picasso and Miró in the village of Sóller, or visit the contemporary art exhibitions at the Es Baluard museum in Palma. You can also visit the cathedral to admire a canopy created by the Catalan artist Gaudí, as well as a fresco painted by Barceló.

Finally, if you wish to spend your holidays in a more relaxing atmosphere, the island's numerous beaches will fill your days. From large, lively beaches to small, quiet coves, there is something for everyone. Visit the Plaja de Muro, with its fine sand, dunes and crystal-clear waters, and discover the most beautiful beach of the island. As for coves, the Cala de Sant Vincenc, near Pollença, is one of the most spectacular. Finally, for something worthy of a Hollywood film, head for the beach of Sa Calobra: surrounded by two huge cliffs, you will feel the power and majesty of untouched nature. Whether you're a sports or history lover, or you just need to relax, choose your holiday rental on our My home in Mallorca website and enjoy all the wonders of this island, whatever your preferences.