Four Destinations To Cross Off Your Mallorca Bucket List
Updated: Jul 25, 2020
Are you looking for the perfect summer holiday that will leave you feeling like you’re living in luxury? If so, Mallorca, Spain, might be for you. This island destination is much more than just resorts and A-list style glamour. It has quickly become the prime go-to destination for many vacationers in a post-COVID world. And it’s easy to see why.
With its breath-taking views and one-of-a-kind architecture, there is beauty to be enjoyed everywhere you look. Venturing away from the high-class atmosphere of the popular resorts, a wide range of destinations are just a day’s drive away. You can easily explore the mountains' greenery or dig your heels in the sands at the deserted beaches. There’s something for everyone looking to snag their tiny piece of paradise. Here are four destinations that you’re sure to want to explore during your extended stay in Mallorca:
Four Must-See Destinations in Mallorca, Spain
Serra de Tramuntana - This distinct mountain range runs along the northern backbone of Mallorca. In June of 2011, it was given the distinguished honor of receiving World Heritage Status by UNESCO. The weather within this range is often much wetter than the rest of the island, offering cooler temperatures for exploration.
Fornalutx Village - At the center of the village is Plaça d’Espanya, a variety of cafes, bakeries, restaurants, and a general store. The scenery is unlike any other part of the island and has rightfully been elected Spain’s most beautiful village twice. Decorating the village are several orange and lemon groves and the Serra de Tramuntana as the perfect backdrop.
Palma - The capital and only true city of Mallorca, Palma offers a historic look at Spain’s culture and architecture. With a large gothic cathedral and several refurbished buildings that house shopping and eating opportunities galore. There’s also a few art museums as well as a city beach.
Son Marroig and Monestir de Maramar - Heading south on the island, you’ll want to take the coastal road and take shortcuts and both Son Marroig and Monestir de Maramar. These large estates were both owners by the Habsburg Archduke Ludwig Salvador. These dwellings cost only a few euros to indulge in the captivating views and neoclassical architecture.
Are you ready to book your fun in the Mallorca sun? If so, don’t be afraid to reach out and we can start preparing your trip and have you running on island time in almost no time!
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