Top Mallorca Tours
There's more to Mallorca than nightlife, restaurants, bars, clubs and beaches, it is a beautiful island, which is definitely worth exploring. You just need to decide whether you want to use a hot air balloon, a trike, a horse, a bus or a jet-ski to get around.
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Make a splash in Mallorca's magnificent Marineland, and get up-close-and-personal with the ocean's most charming animals. You'll learn all about the park's dolphins and sea lions, then get to see them doing their watery thing in spectacular live shows. And with a giant aquarium, aviary, and Tropical House, it's a wildly good day out! Marineland Mallorca has everything you need for some educational (and thrilling) fun in the sun. The seven dolphins are naturally the stars of the show, with two all-action displays every day showing exactly what these intelligent, elegant creatures are capable of.
With some hot air balloon experiences you're up just long enough to take a pretty picture, and before you know it you're back on solid ground. This sky-high excursion over Mallorca is a much more rewarding experience. Help assemble your balloon under expert supervision, and get a feel for the instruments used to stay airborne. Then take off triumphantly, drifting with purpose over the island as you take in its Balearic beauty. Your crew are former Spanish champions, so you're in safe hands! Opt for an early morning flight with breakfast for the full experience.
Release your full monkey self on the zipline course in Tirolinas Go Mallorca: Adventure Park. This forest of family-friendly fun offers a different adventure from tree to tree, with courses to suit all ages and all levels – no experience required to bring out your inner Tarzan here! Close to Palma Beach, it's a great way to bond in the canopy, and there are 80 different activities to keep you entertained for hours. Get out into nature at this huge tree-top adventure park, featuring ziplines over 200 meters long and a full team of pros at hand.
Make the most of magical Mallorca with 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus access. You'll be whisked around the city with the option of hopping on (or off) at 18 different stops. Opt for the boat tour too and get a complimentary welcome drink and a map. It's the best and easiest way to see the highlights! Create your own itinerary across 18 sightseeing-friendly bus stops around Palma de Mallorca. See Avenida de Antoni Maura, named after Palma de Mallorca's 1903 Prime Minister. Snap a photo of the museum Fundación Pilar y Joan Miró, dedicated to the artist, or hop off for a walk at the Paseo Marítimo for a seafront promenade stroll. The choice is yours.
Across four unique spaces, enjoy the process of Joan Miró's artistic endeavors during his time in Mallorca. Step inside Sert Studio and the preserved rural house, Son Boter – creative spaces where time has stood still – plus, see the fluid blending of art and architecture at the Moneo Building. Besides Miró's paintings, which often go against conventional techniques; visitors can also enjoy his large-scale sculptures and the warm Mediterranean climate in the surrounding gardens. Step foot inside the two main studios where one of the 20th century's most eminent artists created his pieces.
The Royal Palace of La Almudaina brings decadence from days gone by to your time in Palma de Mallorca. Dating back to the 14th century, this was where the king and queen camped out when they stayed in Mallorca, and it's packed with all the royal trimmings you'd expect, from period pieces and tapestries to grand archways and a Romanesque chapel. The palace's prominent position overlooking the Bay of Palma gave it huge strategic importance throughout the centuries. Now it gives photographers the best views over the Bay of Palma. Explore the palace's three grand rooms, rich in history dating back to the 14th century.
Got your ticket for Palma Cathedral? Enhance your visit with an easy-to-use, downloadable audio guide app, and explore this elegant Gothic masterpiece on your own smartphone. No need for additional devices or disposable headphones, simply download the app to your phone or tablet and get immersed in the architectural splendor, as bite-size nuggets of cultural knowledge are delivered straight into your brain from your phone. Skip the rented tablet devices – just use your own headphones and listen along!
Skip the lines to Palma Cathedral and explore this epic statement, a jewel of Gothic architecture overlooking the sea. This magnificent 14th-century sandstone monument is the pride of Palma and a work of art in itself. Explore the three naves, and step into the final resting place of kings Jaime II and Jaime III. Gaze up at imposing columns and snap a selfie next to sculptures by Guillermo Sagrera. Discover additions made by the architect Antoni Gaudí in the early 20th century, along with works by the artist Miquel Barceló in the Santísimo Chapel.
Speleothemas coraloide might not sound too interesting unless you've got a degree in geology… but no matter what you call it, seeing a colorful cauliflower-shaped rock deep in the belly of the earth is a unique experience. The Genova Caves contain a number of subterranean galleries linked by natural corridors. During your tour you'll walk about a kilometer and descend up to 36 meters underground. Your guide will tell you how these unbelievable bodies formed and how nature produced the dazzling colors that play on them. Join a small group and journey underground into caverns filled with rare rock formations.
Take a break from Mallorca's beach bars and make your way into the mountains to discover an enchanting garden oasis of ornate fountains, atmospheric walkways, and botanical delights. It'll take your holiday snaps to the next level. The Jardines de Alfabia's blend of Moorish and classic English landscaping, combined with elements of Rococo, Gothic, Roman, and Renaissance architecture, makes for a timeless spectacle that's just as gloriously photogenic as it is rich in cultural history.
The Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience allows you to delve into the trials and triumphs of one of the world's great sportsmen. As well as reliving his finest moments and getting an up-close look at the brawny champion's trophy haul, you'll also admire a dazzling collection of items belonging to Rafa and his racket-wielding chums. Plus, test your champion credentials through a variety of simulated sporting challenges. Get your blood pumping as you try tennis, mountain biking, rowing, and more!
This excursion will begin with a short introduction to jet skis, before heading into the water. You'll first visit the lighthouse on the island of Aucanada, before visiting the bay of Pollença, to enjoy its landscapes. You'll then go to the the bay of Formentor, where you'll see its island with its cave, and we will enjoy coves such as cove murta, or engosauba cove. Here you'll have time to refresh yourselves and do a little snorkeling in one of the coves, and enjoy its crystal clear waters.
Sightseeing is taken to a whole new level on this trike tour. You'll visit impressive photo stops around Majorca, while riding the open and winding country roads along the Tramuntana Mountains and south coast. After an introduction to the trikes, you'll pop on your helmet and rev your way out of Palma.
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.
You don't just get to admire the eastern coastline of Majorca on this tour – you'll get to immerse yourself in it. Don a wetsuit, boots and helmet with headlight to explore a sea cave. After passing a string of coves, we'll enter the cave below a cliff. Inside, you'll discover a world of stalagmites and stalactites, petrified lava and turquoise lakes.
Enjoy a fun water activity with your friends in Palma de Mallorca and rent an XXL paddle surf for up to 8 people. See its incredible views of Palma and explore the coast: you'll be able to catch the waves even without the wind and experience a new way of enjoying the sea.
With an oyster-shaped bay offset by the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, Port de Pollença is practically made for boat trips. So this selection of catamaran cruises are just the ticket. Choose a half or full-day tour complete with swims stops, lunch and local wine, or set sail at sunset and raise a toast to the end of another great day on holiday.
Afternoons in Majorca can sometimes turn wild, and even more so if you're on board the party boat. You'll set sail on an adult-only scenic cruise along the east coast, except this time the music's pumped up and the beer's flowing. Expect plenty of fun in the sun. The boat will cast off from Cala Ratjada to begin cruising along the Llevante Peninsula Natural Park.
Majorca's northeast coast is a knockout beauty. Discover this sweep of sandy beaches, bays and cute coves with the Moonfish Express boat. Allowing you to hop between resorts with ease, this regular fast ferry service sails from Cala Millor to Cala Bona, Costa de los Pinos, Canyamael, Cala Ratjada and back again in as little as two-hours. Travel between the east's seaside towns at ease with this quick and comfy glass-bottom boat ride. With regular services running throughout the day, you can hop between resorts, exploring as you go. You can top up your tan with a seat on the open deck, get some shade indoors, or even spot some marine life via the underwater viewing panels. Admire the pretty coastline as your ferry captain keeps you informed about landmarks along the way, and stop by this side of the island's top resorts. And if you don't fancy getting off, you can simply sit back and enjoy the cruise.
Enjoy two hours of exhilarating water sports on our Wind Pirates PLUS package with transport included. Choose any three of the following activities and live it up – water biking, step board, kayaking, paddle surfing, Hobie 16 catamaran, big paddle boarding, sailboat cruise or windsurfing. And you can also choose a 20-minute electric board experience. PLUS guests receive exclusive attention and there's also a bandana for each child, an Inox steel water bottle as well as use of a changing room and locker.
A cruise in which you play a big part in ensuring everything goes swimmingly. The Caribia sailboat charter offers you a hands-on experience as you cruise the southeast coast of Majorca. You'll be able to help with the sails and even steer the boat before diving into the inviting waters. The cruise is available in either half or full day format, with snacks or lunch aboard. Sailing out of the beautiful harbour of Portocolom, you'll glide past secluded coves and rugged cliffs. Capacity on the boats is limited to 10 guests, enhancing the sense of exclusivity. Your skipper will offer you the chance to unfurl sails, change tack and even take charge of the helm – a really special feeling. Relaxing on board is also an option. And when the captain drops anchor in a gorgeous cove, you'll be able to dive off the boat for a swim or snorkel in the crystal clear waters. This is what being on holidays is all about.