Mallorca's sights are as varied as the island itself: Here you can lose yourself in the pretty streets of the capital Palma, hike over the peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana or discover one of the largest underground lakes in Europe in the Coves del Drac.
And did you know that you can also observe one of the largest birds of prey in Europe on Mallorca? The rare black vulture reaches a wingspan of almost 3 meters. Or how about a wine festival, where everyone throws grapes at each other to live music and celebrates exuberantly?
We show you what attractions Mallorca has to offer. From the top 10 to beautiful beaches, bays and other natural wonders to great museums for all culture fans. Of course, we also reveal our insider tips for Mallorca.
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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.
Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca is located in the southwest of the Balearic Island and is with about 400,000 inhabitants the largest city on Mallorca.
In the very north west of Mallorca, on the peninsula of Formentor, the coastline is wildly rugged. Steep cliffs descend from a height of several hundred metres into the sea and rocky islands rise like teeth from the water surface of the Mediterranean.
The botanical garden Botanicactus is a breath-taking attraction on the south coast of Majorca. This fascinating area covers an area of 150,000 m².