If it’s not already done, you should definitely visit Mallorca! Especially if you are based in Europe, you should definitely put this place on your list. This Spanish island is one of the three Balearic islands : there is Mallorca, Minorca and Ibiza. Located in the Mediterranean Sea, these islands are absolutely gorgeous.
It’s well known for its beautiful beaches, sheltered coves, limestone mountains and Roman and Moorish remains. Capital Palma has nightlife, the Moorish Almudaina royal palace and 13th-century Santa María Cathedral. Stone-built villages include Pollença, with its art galleries and music festival, and hillside Fornalutx, surrounded by citrus plantations.
If you like the Mediterranean weather and way of life, you will love these islands. If you are ready for this Mallorca travel guide, let’s start! 😉
How to get around in Mallorca
The best way to get around is to rent a car at the airport. It will costs you around 200€ per week it’s not so expensive. So, you will be able to explore the island and the different beaches. Be careful, some of them are nudist ones. So if you are with kids, make researches before choosing one to visit.
What are the best beaches in Mallorca?
Es Calo des Moro Beach in Southern Mallorca
This is probably the most beautiful beach in Mallorca – or at least the most beautiful beach I saw while in Mallorca! A private foundation owns and cares for this beach, so it’s beautifully maintained and you won’t see any hotels or beach bars here it’s wild. You will have to climb down a lot of rocks to get here, but I think the extra effort to get here makes it even more special.
Cala Mesquida Beach in Northeastern Mallorca
This is also one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca. I love that the beach is very long, it stretches 300 meters and the water is shallow pretty far out.
Sa Calobra Beach in Western Mallorca
You should also drive to the Sa Calobra beach which with its breathtaking drops and many hairpins was probably the highlight of visiting Sa Calobra, but Sa Calobra beach was also beautiful.
Cala Pi Beach in Southern Mallorca
Cala Pi (Playa de Cala Pi on Google maps) was one of the prettier but also one of the busier beaches. But I loved its setting in between tall cliffs and it just had a really nice vibe. There is also a beach shack where you can get drinks and snacks.
Ready to visit Mallorca?
We hope this mini travel guide will help you to plan your trip to Mallorca! If you have questions let us know in the comments 😉