The Spanish island of Mallorca is located in the Mediterranean Sea just to the east of the Iberian Peninsula. It’s full of interesting cities and towns, beautiful beaches, and even a mountain range that has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Take a look at the best spots in Mallorca to check out.
Sóller is the crown jewel of the Serra de Tramuntana, the beautiful mountain range on the western side of the island. This beautiful small town has a historical tram that goes down to the water as well as a stunningly beautiful cathedral.
Mallorca is famous for its “calas,” or small beaches, which are only accessible by car or by hiking. This one, located just north of the small town of Porto Cristo, is tiny, beautiful, and features crystal-clear waters.
Cap Formentor is the northernmost point on the island of Mallorca, and if you’re brave enough to drive on a two-lane, winding road to arrive, you’ll be rewarded with some of the most spectacular views on the island.
Love cute small towns? After you’ve gone to Sóller, go ahead to Pollença next. This town has a well-preserved medieval Old Town as well as a church that dates back to the 13th century. It can only be accessed by climbing 365 stairs to the top, but the climb is definitely worth it.