Mallorca is known by many for its popular party town, Magaluf. The Catalonyun island has far more to offer beyond its nightlife. Here is a guide to its most beautiful and charming areas.
Port de Soller
Why We Love It: Port de Soller is a beautiful, secluded part of Mallorca. There is lots of nature surrounding and colorful trams ride along the cobbled roads.
Why We Love It: Palma is Mallorca’s rich cultural capital. It contains a collection of museums and art galleries, featuring the works of Gaudi and Dali. The gothic cathedral is also a stunning attraction.
Palma de Playa
Why We Love It: Who doesn’t love a beach? Palma de Playa also hosts some of the best nightlife outside Magaluf.
Why We Love It: Valldemossa is a beautiful old village with cobbled roads and charming homes. It’s a great place to get a feel for the “real Catalonia”.
Why We Love It: Pollenca is another charming neighborhood with a historic feel. You climb the steps up to the church for an amazing view of Mallorca. There is also a fabulous market on the weekends.