What to see in Mallorca in 3, 5 or 7 days

What to see in Mallorca: these are the best options to discover and enjoy this wonderful island in 3, 5 or 7 days.

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Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, is a destination that offers a unique combination of natural beauty, rich history and interesting cultural life. However, we are sure that after reading this article you won't be able to resist a getaway to this wonderful island. So, we also recommend that you learn how to pack your suitcase before going on vacation. However, first let’s discover what to see in Mallorca.

What to see in Mallorca: 3-day plan

Day 1: Palma de Mallorca. Start your trip by exploring the island's capital, Palma de Mallorca. In addition, visit the majestic Cathedral of Santa Maria, more commonly known as La Seu, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Stroll through the old town and admire the medieval architecture, then head to the Royal Palace of La Almudaina to immerse yourself in the island's history.

Day 2: Sóller and the Sóller Train. Take a train from Palma to Sóller, enjoying breathtaking scenery along the way. Then, take a walk through the charming village of Sóller, known for its cobblestone streets and modernist architecture. Don't miss the Sóller Botanical Garden and take the historic streetcar to the port of Sóller to relax by the sea.

Day 3: Valldemossa and Deià. Head to Valldemossa, a picturesque village where you can visit the Valldemossa Charterhouse and stroll through its narrow streets full of charm. Then, continue to Deià, famous for its breathtaking sea views and bohemian atmosphere. Likewise, don't miss the trails that surround the town and enjoy a relaxing afternoon.

5 days in Mallorca

Day 1: Beaches in the East. Don't miss the beaches in the east of Mallorca, such as Cala Millor, Cala Rajada or Cala d'Or. You simply cannot miss the opportunity to relax on the white sand and swim in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean. If you like scuba diving, this region offers some of the best opportunities to explore the world beneath the waves. So, enjoy the fascinating options that make you rethink what there is to see in Mallorca.

Day 2: Windmill Route and Drach Caves. Discover the true Mallorca by exploring the Windmill Route in the central plains. Next, head to the Drach Caves in Porto Cristo, an underground cave system with a subterranean lake where classical music concerts are held.

Day 3: Excursion to the Serra de Tramuntana. One of the most breathtaking places in Mallorca is the impressive Serra de Tramuntana, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Take a hike along one of the trails, visit mountain villages such as Fornalutx and Biniaraix, and enjoy unforgettable panoramic views.

Day 4: Local Markets and Gastronomy. Visit the local markets, such as the Santa Catalina Market in Palma, where you will find fresh and local products. Enjoy Mallorcan gastronomy in a traditional restaurant, tasting dishes such as sobrasada, tumbet and ensaimada.

7 days in Mallorca

Day 1: Palma de Mallorca. Stroll through the narrow streets of the Jewish Quarter and browse the local stores. Have dinner in a traditional tapas restaurant in the old town. And, of course, visit the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, in the old town of Palma.

Day 2: Windmill Route and Es Trenc Beach. To do this right, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to drive towards the central plains to explore the Windmill Route, enjoying the authentic landscapes of Mallorca.

Day 3:Serra de Tramuntana. Take an excursion to the Serra de Tramuntana. Explore the charming village of Fornalutx and enjoy panoramic views.

Day 4: Sóller train. Take the historic train from Palma to Sóller. Also take the opportunity to take a stroll through the charming village and visit the Botanical Garden of Sóller.

Day 5: Excursion to Cala Ratjada. Drive to Cala Ratjada on the east coast. Explore the port and relax on the beach.

Day 6:Deià. Visit the picturesque village of Deià and visit the Robert Graves House and Museum. Enjoy the sea views.

Day 7: Santa Catalina Market. Visit the Santa Catalina Market to browse and taste some local products. Enjoy dinner at a restaurant in the city to enjoy the Mallorcan gastronomy.

Alternative recommendation

Mallorca is a great place to enjoy nature, to the point that just the great views are a spectacle in themselves. You can see for yourself from the 7 best viewpoints in Mallorca.

Travel with us

And, also, to make the most of your time on the island, consider renting a car in Majorca, especially if you plan to explore more remote areas. We will be waiting for you at Palma de Mallorca airport. All you have to worry about is getting there and enjoying all that this beautiful island has to offer.

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