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20 Things Not To Miss

1. Deia
A beautiful coastal village in the north east, full of ancient stone buildings and the home of Robert Graves.
2. Valldemossa
Down the road from Deia, in the hills and home to a fascinating monastery, this town once accommodated George Sands and Chopin.
3. Eating/Shopping in Palma
With one of the liveliest and most chic restaurant and café cultures throughout Spain, the capital is definitely worth a visit. The shops are home to some of the most luxury designer items and traditional fare too.
4. Palma – Soller Train
An antique train taking a very picturesque journey through the mountains and showing the wide variety of landscape on the island. Click here more information
5. Peninsula de Formentor
This fantastic peninsula at the north east tip of the island is the backdrop to one of the oldest and most famous hotels on the island, Hotel Formentor, having played host to Charlie Chaplin, F Scott Fitzgerald and the newly married couple, Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco.
6. Jardins d’Alfabia
These lush gardens are the finest on Mallorca and date back to the time of the Moors, offering some of the best bird watching on the island.
7. Cabrera Island
A short boat trip from Colonia St Jordi will take you to this bird lovers paradise and fourteenth century island for an interesting day trip.
8. Palma Cathedral
Dominating the skyline and the waterfront this truly magnificent cathedral is one of the finest examples of Gothic style in Spain. Click here more information
9. Arta
The tiny village of Arta and its sun-bleached roofs lead to an amazingly intact prehistoric village, Ses Paisses.
10. Soller
Set high in the mountains and with a trendy port close by Soller houses some very attractive stone mansions and a picture-perfect main square.
11. Hiking in the Serra de Tramuntana
Rolling along the west coast this rugged mountain range holds plenty of excitement for exhilarating hiking trails.
12. Es Trenc Beach
On the south west coast and one of the best beaches on the island, crystal clear waters, pure white sand and you might just think you’re in the Caribbean...
13. Santanyi Market
A truly authentic experience on Saturday and Wednesday mornings and an opportunity to buy the fresh local produce and sit in the local square drinking coffee.
14. Wine-tasting
With an abundance of superb local bodegas, including Macia Batle, Jose Ferrar and Pere Seda, it’s well worth a trip, just remember to book a taxi!
15. San Salvador Monastery
Within easy driving distance of Felanitx, and the last of Mallorca’s monasteries to lose its monks in the early 1990’s. It has one of the most scenic view points in the area.
16. Gordiola Glassworks
Mallorca has a long history and reputation for glassware and this factory outlet is the place to buy it, 20 km east of Palma on C715.
17. Caves of Drac
These are the finest of numerous cave systems on eastern Mallorca with amazingly shaped stalactites and stalagmites and one of the world’s largest subterranean lakes.
18. Lluc
This town is home to the most venerated icon in the Balearics, La Moreneta and houses a large museum in a rambling monastery and is a great base for mountain hikes or bike rides.
19. Festival Park
A shopping and leisure centre just off the Palma to Inca motorway at Marratxi which comprises factory outlets, designer shops, a craft market, restaurants and bars, and a 20-screen multiplex cinema that shows English films.
20. Inca
Famous for its cellar restaurants and leather factories and showrooms.
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