Kick-off your Mallorca adventure with a visit to Valldemossa, a village renowned for its quaint stone streets and historical Carthusian monastery.
Next, head to Deià, famous for its artist community and stunning sea views.
This is a perfect spot to wind down after a day of exploration. Known for its iconic hole-in-the-rock, it’s a sunset lover’s paradise.
Alcúdia’s old town is a maze of history with Roman ruins and a charming medieval wall.
Cap de Formentor offers dizzying heights and awe-inspiring panoramas.
This mesmerizing cave system features an underground lake and jaw-dropping stalactites.
Post-cave exploration, check out Porto Cristo’s harbor, beach, and local eats.
End the day relaxing at Cala Millor, one of the east coast’s most beloved beaches.