These 7 places not to miss on Mallorca were some of my favorites that we visited. Each time we went somewhere new on the island, we were in total awe. This Balearic Island is stunning — from blue calas to hilltop villages and everything in between.
You could easily spend a week on Mallorca and not see it all, it’s really that big. With a diverse landscape and small towns to big cities like Palma, there is something for everyone.
Take a peak at these 7 places not to miss on Mallorca….
7 Places Not to Miss on Mallorca
1. The hilltop town of Deiá
If there is one spot not to miss, it’s certainly this one. It’s quaint yet charming and you can could spend an hour or two winding through the village.
2. Calò des Moro
You can’t miss this gem as it’s seriously one of the most beautiful places I’ve seen. Surely it does get packed in the afternoon, so be sure to arrive early to grab a spot.
3. Cala Llombards
One of our favorite places we visited on the island as it’s beautiful and you can come jump off the rocks and swim for endless hours. We loved visiting in the late afternoon for a sundowner’s swim.
It’s one of the most visited villages on the west side and for good reason. Known for the Chopin Museum and sweeping views of olive orchard-lined trees, it’s really a stunning town.
5. Cala s’Almunia
This little corner is a perfect place to come sunbathe on the rocks for the afternoon.
6. The Drive on the Ma-10 from Estellencs to Deiá.
If you want to be in awe of high cliffs and views, be sure to hop on the Ma-10 for one of the most scenic routes on the island.
7. Torent de Cala Pi
If you’re staying in Palma and don’t want to go too far for blue waters, this is the place to come enjoy for a day.
If you’re looking for more recommendations on Mallorca, check out this alternative guide.
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