Enter the magical underground world of the Hams Caves in Mallorca. For thousands of years, they were one of Mother Nature's best-kept secrets until in 1905 Pedro Caldentey discovered the grotto. Nowadays, you can not only visit the caverns but also enjoy light and sound shows inside....
Palma offers a rich mix of history, culture and nightlife. We'll drive you through the fascinating central area, where you'll be able to take in the beauty of the narrowed streets and ancient buildings along the way....
Fancy getting close to nature in Majorca? Then this activity ticks all the boxes. You'll explore beautiful beaches and 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.
Head into the heart of Majorca's grape-growing region to visit a family-run winery. Welcomed to Bodega Blanca Terra, you'll learn about the traditions of island wine-making in the museum and get an insight into how wines are produced. Then, you'll round off the visit by tasting six of the bodega's best wines paired with gourmet local chocolates.
Never tried snorkelling before? Majorca's waters are ideal for first-timers. Let a PADI-certified instructor take you to one of the island's top dive spots. And if you've got friends or family that want to try a scuba dive, you can join them on the same tour. Watch them dive deep beneath the waves as you snorkel with shoals of fish in the shallows.
Channel your inner Tarzan with an adrenaline-packed trip to Jungle Park Mallorca. With 134 different platforms to swing and zip-line across, as well as a brand new circuit designed just for little ones, it's a family day out like no other.
Mediterranean sunsets are special, but on the east of Majorca, it's all about the sun's start to the day. Hop on a paddleboard from the sands of Sa Marjal beach and hit the water bright and early for the best chance to see a spectacular sunrise. Expert instructors will help you explore the coastline, and there's a light breakfast included, too.
Discover the treasures of Palma old town on this walking tour. Visit the stunning seafront cathedral, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina and some of its most emblematic squares. You'll also get the chance to savour local delicacies with visits to the old-world Ca'n Joan de s'Aigó café and Sant Francesc Monastery.
Cycle between Alcudia's past and present with this two-part tour. Pedal your way along her pretty promenade and modern marina to the medieval old town, where shops and cafés sit behind the city walls. And as this trip runs on a Sunday – the main market day – you'll have time to search the stalls for souvenirs or stop for a leisurely lunch, too.
One of Majorca's best-kept secrets, Alfabia is a must-visit. This centuries-old country estate offers a window into the island's past and the lifestyles of its landed gentry. Wander through its eclectic rooms, packed with antiques and works of art, stroll through its exotic landscaped gardens and see its collection of farming equipment.
Palma is ideal for touring on a bicycle – it-s flat and has a good cycle lane network. It's also refreshingly traffic free in most of the old town, which is a maze of pedestrianised medieval alleys. Plus, there's a coastal track covering more than 15km of Palma Bay. You can hire a bike from one to seven days, with a high-quality lock and map of the city included.
Begin your tour in front of the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma (La Seu), the city's premier church since the Crown of Aragon erected it on the site of a former Moorish-era mosque, replacing the Muslim faith that once dominated the city with the Christian. Wander through the interior of the church, setting the tone for the history and culture of this dynamic retreat city. Learn of its Gothic architecture and almost 400 years of construction, including the rift between artist Antoni Gaudi and the contractor that led to his abandonment of restoring the Cathedral.From here, make your way through to the nearby Royal Palace of La Almudaina, just on the banks of the bay with its turrets, crenel and merlons reaching into the lapis sky over Mallorca. Explore the exterior as your expert guide offers stories of the Royal Family, and the many interesting architectural features.You have put in some hard work so far – so it is time for a break and the Ca'n Joan De s'Aigo is just the place – a beloved ice cream and pastry venue where we will taste an ensaimada, a truly local Mallorcan treat. After these refreshing goodies, it's back to the streets to make our way to the Monastery of Sant Francesc. Not only will we visit the interior of this beautiful space to marvel before the sandstone cloister with its lush orange and lemon trees, but also taste the olive oil produced locally in Mallorca.From here, there are a few more enticing things to see and your guide by now has made you fall in love with sunny Mallorca (if you weren't already before). With a stop at humble, but no less beautiful and quiet Santa Eulalia church and then the sweeping Plaza Mayor, your day will simply seem just perfect. At Plaza del Mercat, a small square with the traditional vibe of the city, your guide will begin to wrap up your day – touching on the history showcased here. For your final destination, the Plaza de las Tortugas where a few surprise features in the central fountain will reveal the long and touching history of the city and its residents.During stops, we'll add extra quality by using the ground-breaking Tripi whisper technology for your guide to give you all the key information and tips in an innovative and safe way.
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.
With four dive centres dotted around the north and east of the island, this is one of the best opportunities to try scuba diving in Majorca. Dives are adapted to suit your needs and to make them as comfortable as possible. And with two dives in a day, you'll have plenty of time underwater to discover the island's marine flora and fauna.
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. Watch in awe a pod of beautiful bottlenose dolphins show off their acrobatic and swimming skills. The sea lions will wow you with their ball skills and ability to jump through hoops. Then there are the colourful displays featuring brightly plumed parrots and macaws. There are also sunbathing areas and cafes, as well as access to the beach.
This easy cycling tour takes you pedalling to Porto Cristo – a former fishing village where days are spent relaxing on the sandy beach, or dining by the harbour. You'll cycle into a scenic bay full of swanky yachts and pass the famous Caves of Drach. And if you fancy sticking around, you can have your bike collected from your hotel later that day.
An interactive way to tour Majorca's UNESCO-listed Tramuntana Mountains in your own car. Driveando is a new concept featuring a portable communication system in your vehicle. Get the lowdown from your guide during a 100km-route taking in Valldemossa Hermitage, Miramar Monastery and a Soller olive press. A VIP option with driver is also available.
Book now your skip-the-line tickets and discover the world of the oceans. Learn more about the marine life with a visit to the Palma Aquarium
Exploring a national park with its own marine reserve on this magnificent island is truly as good as it gets. Its location is idyllic, next to one of the most beautiful coastal towns in the Balearic Islands, Colonia de Sant Pere, a fishing village which blends millenary culture and stunning landscapes. Come and enjoy this family friendly excursion complete with caves, coves, towns and local food.You'll set off at 10am or 2pm and head to Cap Ferrutx, with extraordinary cliffs towering over the sea in the Levant natural park. Here you'll see the largest cave in the north of Majorca and even go inside. Next up is Es Caló, a cove deemed one of the best spots for snorkelling on the island. The tour will then carry on towards Colonia de Sant Pere, stopping at Betlem and Ca los Cans with beautiful coves and transparent water.Colonia de Sant Pere breathes the Majorcan fishing tradition and is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat and visit this unique area.