Interesting places to visit and where to eat on Mallorca 
(Impartial recommendations from long-term residents)

Cala at Deia

The Cala at Deya        Photo by Dr Michael Stoma

Where would you like to go?

We have divided the island into seven areas. When you have decided where you would like to go from the options below, click its heading. You will find a brief description of the area, some interesting places to visit and unbiased suggestions on where to eat.  

Bellver Castle, Mallorca
Bellver Castle, Palma - Picture by Dr Michael Stoma

The “Pla” or plain that includes Selva, Bunyola, Inca, Binissalem, Campanet, Sta Maria, Sencelles, Sineu, Petra, Monturi, Llucmajor and Porreres.

Towns include Capdeperra, Cala Rajada, Arta, Son Severa, St Llorenc, Cala Millor, Manacor and Porto Cristo.

This area includes Esporles, Valldemossa, Deia, Soller, Fornalux and Lluc.

This area includes Formentor, Puerto Pollenca, Pollenca Town, Alcudia, Sa Pobla, Can Picafort and Muro.

Central Palma and the area bordered by the Via Cintura. It includes Bonanova, El Tereno, Son Armadans, Porto Pi, Bellver Castle and Arenal.

Towns include Cala Pi. Campos; Felanitx, Ses Salines, Santanyi. Colonia St Jordi, Portocolom, Cala d’Or and Cala Figuera.

Towns in this area include Estellencs, San Telmo, Puigponyent, Gallila, Es Capdella, Andratx, Calvia, Peguera, Santa Ponsa,
Palma Nova and Bendinat.

Mallorca has a long and complex history. Click here for a brief summary of many of the major events from 5000 BC to modern times.


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