There's something really special about this trip to northern Majorca – the way in which you go sightseeing is part of the adventure. That's because you'll travel by coach, train, tram and boat during our exclusive excursion through Soller, Port de Soller and Sa Calobra.
With over 3 million visitors to date and a host of celebrity guests, Pirates Adventure makes for the perfect night out in Majorca for families, couples and groups. Voted the island's No.1 show on TripAdvisor, Pirates Adventure boasts a team of Olympic and World Champion gymnasts that'll amaze you.
Take your pick from a trio of ways to visit Majorca's must-see capital, Palma. Explore the city at your own pace with our simple, hassle-free transport only option. Or, add a guided visit to the famous cathedral. And if you really want to make the most of your day, you can pair your Palma Cathedral experience with a trip to the idyllic valley town of Valldemossa, too.How the day unfolds depends on the option you've selected. With our Palma Free Time ticket, you'll have a few hours to use as you choose. Shop in the city's chic boutiques and high street fashion stores, check out plazas lined with terrace cafés, or enjoy the plentiful supply of art galleries and museums.If you've opted for the Palma & Cathedral ticket, you'll get a guided tour of this vast Gothic building – the capital's most iconic spot. And with the third option, you'll get entry to the cathedral, plus a visit to Valldemossa – a culture-rich village less than 30-minutes' drive from Palma.
Fancy getting close to nature in Majorca? Then this activity ticks all the boxes. You'll explore different landscapes from the vantage point of a horse from the famous Rancho Grande. Enjoy a two-hour ride, with a huge expanse to explore and even a mini-zoo to visit. Morning or afternoon options with or without transfer are available.
If you're after a fun-packed family day out, then Marineland is for you. It's Majorca's only aqua and animal park – and it's bursting at the seams with attractions. We're talking edge-of-your-seat dolphin and sea lion shows, alongside exotic bird shows thrice daily.
Tucked into the very north of Majorca, the Pollença area is one of the pettiest parts of the island. You'll enjoy a boat trip over to the elegant seaside town of Port de Pollença on this exclusive excursion, visit a market and enjoy time on Formentor beach. There's are also a stop Es Colomer viewpoint.
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Three Majorca musts share top billing on this tour. You'll stroll the stalls of a farmer's market, delve into the depths of the famous Drach Caves and visit the renowned Majorica pearl factory. Xisca, one of our local guides, says, ‘Before you even set foot inside, you call feel something truly spectacular lies ahead. The cave system is a world of secretive caverns and subterranean lakes brought to life by music and light shows.'Your first stop will be the Majorica shop and museum, where possibly the finest imitation pearls in the world are made. See digital displays explaining the manufacturing process before browsing pearl jewellery in the shop. Xisca says, ‘The designs are creative and exquisitely crafted, which is why Majorica jewellery is such a popular birthday or Christmas gift on the island.'It's then on to the weekly market in a country town. Poke around stalls stocked with everything from fragrant fruit and vegetables to aromatic herbs and pungent cheeses. The chance to try products such as Majorca's famous black pig pork is part of the experience. Spicy sobrassada, a spreadable paprika-cured sausage, makes for a great take-home souvenir – and helps local producers. Then, round off the day at Drach Caves. Get the lowdown from your guide on the formation of the system millions of years ago. There are four caves and a large lake, made all the more magical by the special lighting and a classical music concert from a quartet right in the very depths of the caves.
It's fast, it's furious and it's Majorca's only themed water park. Western Water Park has three themed areas with slides for the kids and for the fearless – including The Beast, which has Majorca's biggest vertical drop. There's also a great PLUS option.
The rugged coastline of northern Majorca is best explored by sea – so what better way than with a half-day catamaran cruise. You'll see beautiful coastline, pass pretty beaches and hidden coves. There's plenty of time to relax in the sun alongside lots of stops for swimming and a buffet lunch on deck.
Saddle up for an exciting adventure at Rancho Grande – the island's biggest working horse ranch. Choose between a sunset horse or wagon ride through rural Majorca. And on this evening trip, there's plenty for non-riders too, like a wagon tour of the ranch, live music and a delicious barbecue feast for all.
As family activities go, it's hard to beat a visit to Palma Aquarium. It's brimming with marine life and plenty of other attractions like the 3D Aquadome – a cinematic humpback whale experience. Choose the PLUS option to get fast track entrance to the park, a ticket to the Aquadome, a free souvenir, and 10% discount off all purchases inside.
The cherry on top of a perfect holiday in Majorca has to be a catamaran cruise. This half-day cruise from Cala Ratjada sails the island's stunning northeast coast and stops to let you swim in the sea and enjoy a delicious barbecue on board complete with a few drinks.The half day cruise takes you from Cala Ratjada, past dramatic coastline and out to sea. Feel the sea breeze and dip your toes in the water – it's the ultimate in relaxation. You'll have a swim stop at a secluded cove before enjoying a barbecue on board accompanied by local beer, sangria and soft drinks.Afterwards you can choose to snooze in the shade, catch a few rays on deck or kick back and admire the views as we sail gently back to shore. As relaxing catamaran cruises go, this one is tough to beat.
Mountains, cliffs, and vast fields – the Serra de Llevant range in the east of the island has much to offer. Discover authentic farms, ancient towns, a weekly country market and dramatic caves in one great day.
North, south, east or west, no matter where you stay in Mallorca, each part of the island has its own must see sights. From authentic farmer's markets and history-packed towns to camera-grabbingly good viewpoints you'll uncover all of your area's best kept secrets. There's a typical Majorcan lunch, too.On this tour, what you do in the morning depends on where you're staying. From the south, you'll start the day driving by the wow-factor views along the west coast's winding roads. There'll also be free time to explore the culture-rich village of Valdemossa, plus a poke around the pretty town of Petra or a pearl factory.From the north or east, you'll kick off with a visit to an aloe vera farm, followed by a chance to pick-up local produce at farmer's markets in Sineu or Arta. On all trips, a typical Majorcan lunch is included, alongside an afternoon spent exploring the 17th-century Bonany Monastery.
With over 3 million visitors to date and a host of celebrity guests, such as Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tom Daley, Pirates Adventure makes for the perfect night out in Mallorca for families, couples and groups.
This tour takes you to the heart of Majorca's wine country to sample the fruits of a renowned family winery. We'll head to the pretty town of Santa Maria del Cami to visit Bodega Ramanyà accompanied by a typical local lunch.
Spend a fabulous day out at Marineland and see Majorca's only dolphin show! Book now your tickets with Musement, have fun and relax on the private beach.
Katmandu Park tickles the imagination and provides loads of cool treats that'll have the whole family smiling. With our exclusive pass, you'll have unlimited access to the park's top attractions including The House, Katopia splashpark and soft play areas, plus two rounds of 18-hole minigolf. What's more, there's fast-track entry and a gift for the kids, too.Katmandu is Majorca's only theme park – and it's brimming with spectacular attractions and special effects. There's The House – an upside-down mansion that boasts a musical enchanted forest, an ice cave and an interactive aquarium. And then there's the mind-boggling 5D virtual reality attractions and the 4D cinema.A fire-and-ice-themed mini-golf course and a selection of 3D shooting games are also part of the package. And there's more. The kids can cool off at Katopia splashpark, and then run wild inside Europe's largest soft play area. It's one of the top family things to do in Majorca.
It's exhilarating, exciting and gives you a completely unique, bird's eye view of Majorca – a hot air balloon is an unmissable experience. You'll meet with the pilots, help with the preparation and drift off up, up and away. Get ready for amazing views of the landscape below and after your flight you'll receive a flight certificate.