Mallorca is a stunning Mediterranean island with perfect weather, fantastic scenery and delicious cuisine. The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca, is part of Spain, but has a much more natural environment and nature elsewhere. The Rocky Mountains and the green slopes of the forest stand sharply by the sea. Along the picturesque coastline, majestic cliffs give breathtaking views, and ancient bays sparkle with crystal clear waters. Holidaymakers are also impressed by historic towns and quaint villages with tourist attractions such as medieval churches, ancient castles and art museums. Mallorca is a combination of culture and nature. On the same day, visit the majestic Gothic Cathedral of the capital, then soak up the sun on the pristine beach. Stroll through the walled medieval village of Alcudia, then take inspiration from the 15th-century monastery, or relax in the beautiful resort of Puerto Portals. For so many choices packed on this idyllic island, visitors will have plenty of reasons to stay for a weekend or longer holiday.
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1. Catedral de Mallorca
The majestic Cathedral of Mallorca (La Seo) overlooks the ancient city and appears from a distance as a sign of confidence. The monumental sandstone structure dates back to the 13th century, but it was not built until the 17th century. The lavish Gothic façade includes Guillermo Sagrera's sculptural ornaments. The tourist is saddened by the interior of the cathedral with its aisle, which reaches a height of 44 meters. The field is 6.600 square meters in size. Beautiful stained glass panels, including some rose panels (the main dates are in 1370), light the sanctuary with an ethereal glow. The large interior was remodeled in the early 20th century by the renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. Capilla Real (Royal Chapel) Gaudi 's colossal roof is built like a crown of thorns. The Kings Jaime II and III sarcophagi are in the Capilic Triangle. From the terrace on the south side of the cathedral, visitors can enjoy a spectacular view of the sea.
2. Castillo de Bellver
The Grand Castle of Bellver, built in the 13th century, is 3 km from the historic center of Palma de Mallorca. After the royal fortress, the peculiar circular plan of the castle inspired the architecture of the east. The bridge connects to the courtyard of the castle, filled with Romanesque and Gothic arcades. The castle is open to the public and has a museum of heritage and a chapel. You will rent a bus from our bus service with a driver to get in there.
If you want to enjoy a walk in a quiet, beautiful town full of cafes and jewelry shops, Artà, located in the eastern part of the island, would be the right spot, particularly on Tuesdays when the market is here. Stroll down to the walls of Santuari de Sant Salvador, where you can admire the view of the rooftops, the fields and the coast. Hire a driver coach and drink the delicious Mallorcan wine.
Not far from Port d'Alcúdia, on the north side, there's a 4,200-acre wetland, perfect for bird watching, cycling and walking. The reserve is home to more than 200 species of birds in different seasons, including falcons, Eleonora falcons and herons. You are not permitted to access the forest, but there is a car park near the Anglesos Bridge, less than a kilometer from the middle of Sa Roca (where you can pick up a map and rent bicycles).
5. Alfàbia gardens
Bunyola, north of Palma, is located in gardens that blend Islamic, Italian and English styles with orange and lemon trees, tropical plants, pools and fountains. While gardens of this sort and scale have existed since 1954, the original gardens and house were built in the 13th century, at which time the property belonged to the governor of the Inca city of Moorish descent. Take a stroll down the hills lined by honeysuckle and jasmine, and finish your walk in the small bar with a bottle of fresh lemonade or orange juice.
Palma provides a fantastic blend of conventional and trendy shops in fashionable, mostly pedestrian-only avenues. If you're interested in designer shops, head to Avinguda Jaime III, Passeig d'es Born and the surrounding streets, especially around Plaça Chopin. If you are interested in international brands including Camper and Custo, go to Carrer Sant Miquel and Carrer Sindicat.
7. Puerto Portals
Some of the trendy spots on the island is the place to be seen and heard, and during the season, you 're more than likely to catch a glimpse of some popular faces. Paris
Hilton, Jim Carrey, Jenson Button and Bill Gates are among the most popular individuals in Puerto Api. The marina has more than 650 berths and is where the jet-set members like to moor their glaming boats. It's so easy to see why. There's a wealth of designer boutiques, luxurious offices of prime real estate and yacht brokers, and plenty of places to enjoy a drink or something to eat while watching the world go by.
The town of Pollensa is an historic town with quaint narrow streets and a beautiful central square lined with cafés, restaurants and bars – only a few kilometers from the northern resort of Puerto Pollensa. The Roman bridge, known as 'Pont Roma,' is still in use. Climb the 365 steps (as you go) of the town of Puig de Calvari – and be greeted with stunning views from the top. In August, as part of the city 's annual celebrations, the town hosted a very noisy re-enactment of the battle waged between the locals and the Moorish invaders in 1550. The town also hosts the Pollensa Summer Festival, a festival of music and other cultural events set up in the magnificent Santo Domingo cloisters. Don't skip the market on Sunday morning in town.
The town of Valldemossa is just 15-20 minutes ' drive from Palma to the Tramuntana Range, but it seems like a world away from the city. Perched on a hilltop, surrounded by a terraced field, it was named after the original Moorish landowner, Muza. The highest town in Mallorca is perhaps best known as the location where the Polish composer Frédéric Chopin and his lover, the writer George Sand, spent the winter of 1838/9 in rented rooms in the monastery. And as a result, this is undoubtedly the most visited town in Mallorca.
The tiny hamlet of the East is on one side of Puig de Alaró. The elegance of the mountain landscape is ample reason for coming here. Orient is also the starting point for a wide variety of interesting hiking tours and a popular mountain bike area. There are just 40 homes in the village itself, about 20 residents a day and three restaurants. Seek the Orient Bar Restaurant for the best suckling pig on the island or the French Mandala for outstanding foreign cuisine in a very romantic atmosphere.
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