Cathedral La Seu
The Cathedral La Seu is the most beloved treasure of the capital city of Palma. Its gothic rose window is one of the largest in the world.
Calle Palau Reial, 07001 Palma, Spain
Mallorca is famous for its caves, which are extremely accessible. They are located in the center of Puerto Cristo, one of Mallorca's coastal villages.
Deiá is perched on a tiny mound circled by terraced farmlands of olive, orange, lemon and plum trees. The beach below is a wonderful place to swim.
Robert Graves' Grave
Follow Deiá's main road to the top of the hill, to reach a tiny church and graveyard where British poet and novelist Robert Graves is buried.
Mallorca has a steady flow of international artists, but the island is trying to preserve its own culture and traditions. Costa Nord is an arts complex aimed at doing just that.
A village on Mallorca's northwest coast, Valldemossa is considered the birthplace of Mallorcan tourism.
Rock Climbing and Hiking
Mallorca is easy to explore on foot. There are miles upon miles of trails that take you down to the sea, up over the mountains and from village to village.
La Residencia is built on a mountainside and was constructed from 2 manor homes that date back to the 16th century.
Son Canals s/n, 07179 Deiá, Mallorca, Spain