Photo of Cala Figuera

Cala Figuera - The fig trees radiate a lush green, the turquoise blue waters shimmer and an azure blue sky arches over the horizon as the picturesque backdrop at the fjord-like bay of Cala Figuera.


Almond blossom in February, subtropical temperatures in summer and grape harvest in September - a Majorca holiday is a pleasure in any season.

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Things to do in Mallorca...

Whether outdoor and water sports, wellness or culinary delights: Discover Mallorca through a variety of activities and get to know the multifaceted nature of Mallorcan island life!

Wellness in Mallorca Hiking & Climbing Fishing in Mallorca Windsurfing in Mallorca Bike Paths in Mallorca
Wellness in Mallorca

A relaxing dip in the jacuzzi in the morning, a hot stone massage after lunch followed by beauty treatment for your face - this is what a perfect wellness day in Mallorca could look like.

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Hiking & Climbing

Hiking in Mallorca: Outdoor adventures under a Spanish sun

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Fishing in Mallorca

The waters around Mallorca are brimming with fish and what could be better for the amateur fisherman thanbeing able to catch your own supper.

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Windsurfing in Mallorca

Windsurfing in Mallorca is one of the most popular leisure activities for active holidaymakers and the island has some first-class surfing spots to offer.

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Bike Paths in Mallorca

Mallorca only has a limited number of officially designated cycle paths with marked signs, but the network of trails is constantly being expanded.

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Family Fun in Mallorca

There is something here for young and old: If you travel to Mallorca with your family, you have a wide range of attractive leisure activities at your disposal, which can easily be combined with the interests of parents, children and young people.

Markets in Mallorca

Weekly markets are as much a part of Mallorca as sun and beaches. Every day of the week you can go shopping in various island locations and haggle with the market traders for the best price.

Mallorca Boat Hire

The possibilities to discover Mallorca's coast by boat are very versatile. From the large excursion boats, such as those with the popular glass bottom, to private sailing trips or yacht charters, to sightseeing by motorboat or ferry - there is something for every travel budget.

Dolphins in Mallorca

They largely appear in small groups off the coast of Mallorca: dolphins, the grey marine mammals and darlings of all children. A boat trip to see the dolphins is one of the highlights of an island holiday for anyone.

Boat trips and tours

Whether you go out on a yacht, a motor boat, an excursion boat or a catamaran - you should definitely make sure you do a boat tour during your holiday in Mallorca.

Mallorca’s Natural Parks

For years, the natural parks and nature reserves in Mallorca have seen increasing numbers of visitors. The natural beauty of the coast and the interior of the island can be discovered by hiking, boat trips or bicycle tours.

Mallorca - paradise in the middle of the turquoise blue sea

holiday in Mallorca Sun-drenched, golden beaches, spectacular mountain formations and extravagant night life - Mallorca will not leave any visitor disappointed. Each coastal region has its own charm and the interior of the island is home to ancient monasteries, unspoilt villages and historic vineyards and vintners.

The coast of Mallorca is dominated by beautiful beaches and heavenly bays and towering cliffs. While the miles and miles of sandy beaches of S'Arenal and Cala Ratjada are alive and kicking in the summer, you’ll always be able to find a spot to relax in the seven-mile dunes between Campos and Sa Rapita.

The small bay of Cala Moro is surrounded by steep white cliffs in the south of Mallorca. On the rugged, wild north coast of the island is Cala de Sant Vincenc, Cala Pi de la Posada and Cala Murta – the three extremely picturesque bays.

Being at one with nature in the UNESCO World Natural Heritage site

The Serra de Tramuntana is a spectacular mountain range in the north west of the island, which was included by UNESCO in the World Heritage List. The rocky peaks reach an altitude of 1,436 m. The mountainsides are full of terraces of vines, lemon groves and olive groves.

Surrounded by holm-oak forests, Lluc, a medieval monastery is located at an altitude of 500 m in the middle of the mountain range. At the northernmost point of the island, the Serra de Tramuntana drops steeply into the sea and the wind-capped Cap de Formentor gives you fantastic views of the glittering water surface.

Lively resorts and picturesque coastal villages

Mallorca for holiday makers is about lively resorts for some or discovering picturesque coastal villages or stunning scenery for others. Cala Millor and Cala Ratjada are the main tourist destinations on the north west coast. Further north is the coastal town of Alcúdia with its medieval old town and bay.

On the west coast lies the town of Sóller surrounded by subtropical vegetation and in the midst of the mountains the idyllic monastery village of Valldemossa is a hidden gem. Music, sangria and dancing await you in the tourist hubs of S'Arenal and Magaluf in the south of Mallorca which never seem to sleep.

Food & Drink Mallorca

Food and Drink

Mallorcan cuisine has been exposed to various influences over the centuries. Although there are similarities to Spanish cuisine, the "Cuina Mallorquina" has retained its originality.

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The Beauty of Mallorca...

A variety of interesting travel destinations await you! Discover the most beautiful bays, beaches and regions on Mallorca and learn more about the local attractions!

Cala Agulla

In the middle of Llevant Peninsula natural park you will find the idyllic bay of Cala Agulla on Mallorca’s northeast coast. The largely undeveloped landscape behind the sandy beach consists of mountains, dunes, flat rocks and pine forests.

Es Trenc

Es Trenc is a seven-kilometre-long natural beach on the south coast of Mallorca with beautiful white sand, turquoise sea and flat dunes.

Cala Varques

South of Porto Cristo between S'Estany d'en Mas and Cales de Mallorca lies the small bay of Cala Varques. The charming rocky bay with its fine sandy beach is something of an insider secret.

Cala Torta

The sandy beach at Cala Torta, which is 105 m wide at its widest, marks the end of a small bay, which is surrounded by two rocky headlands.

Cala Anguila

The bay Cala Anguila is located on the Majorcan east coast and the beach‘s renown, fine white sand in shines brightly in the Mediterranean sunshine.

Cala Pi

With a length of 420 m and width of up to 100 m wide, the bay of Cala Pi, flows into the interior of Mallorca. The inlet has steep cliffs on both sides, with snow-white villas perched on the tops.

Bachelor Party and Hen Party in Mallorca

Bachelor and Hen Parties

Spending a bachelor party or a hen party in Mallorca has always been a classic when it comes to bringing the bride or groom to life again.

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Trekking in Mallorca Canyoning in Mallorca
Trekking in Mallorca

A trekking tour is both an adventure and a challenge. In Mallorca, the mountain range of the Serra de Tramuntana is ideal for both one- or multi-day trekking excursions.

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Canyoning in Mallorca

Canyoning is an action-packed leisure activity amidst a world of rock and water as the adrenaline kicks in on one of the exciting tours you will ever try through narrow gorges.

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Discover the north coast...

Numerous activities await you on the north coast of Mallorca - experience breathtaking beaches, wonderful regions along the Mallorcan coastline and unique views of the Mediterranean!

North coast of Mallorca

The north coast of Mallorca is typified by its changing coastline, seemingly at odds with each other, from rugged cliffs to miles of sandy beaches. The wind-capped Cap Formentor creates an unusual landscape in this region, which is one of the main attractions on the island.

Northeast coast Mallorca

On the northeast coast of Mallorca, long golden sandy beaches alternate with small sandy bays. Historic monasteries, medieval fortifications and spectacular dripstone caves are attractive destinations when you stay in this region.

Northwest coast of Mallorca

The northwest coast of Mallorca comes over as natural wilderness. The region is dominated by the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, whose highest peaks reach heights of over 1,400 meters above sea level.