This imposing cathedral, commissioned by James I of Aragon in 1229, was built on the site of an old Arab mosque.
Built in the 15th century as a trading centre for merchants, it is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture on the island.
The citadel was built by the Moors and remained a Moor stronghold for around 200 years.
An oasis of open space and lush greenery which is dotted with contemporary sculptures, artificial lakes and fountains.
The basilica was originally built in 1281, as ordered by James II of Majorca.
The Caves of Drach are four great caves that are located in the island of Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, extending to a depth of 25 m…
The Formentor or Cap de Formentor Lighthouse is an active lighthouse on the Spanish island of Majorca.
A small strip of the beach surrounded by jagged rocks. It is perfect for sunbathing and swimming, but it also attracts professional…
Beautiful stone stairway leading to a chapel. It has 365 steps.
A spectacular small beach surrounded by beautiful rocky cliffs. Dive in its clear, turquoise water and soak up the sun!
The Serra de Tramuntana is a mountain range running southwest–northeast which forms the northern backbone of the Spanish island of Mallorca.
The beach of Es Trenc close to Campos on the southern coast of Majorca is part of the Natural Area of Special Interest Es Trenc-Salobrar de…
The beach consists of small stones. Crystal clear water, however there are no services by the beach.
Explore mysterious, motionless, rigid visions made by countless stalactites with prodigious shapes.
The Castle of Capdepera is a walled fortress located in the Spanish municipality of Capdepera, on the island of Majorca.
One of the major attractions in the area! Take a walk to this ruined castle dating back to the Moorish times and admire the views.
Interested in Balearic Islands flora? Here you can see some rare and endangered plants.
A charming bay with azure waters offers something different than all the sandy beaches.
A protected area for its special natural beauty, flora and fauna. A true virgin beach.
The largest botanical garden in Europe. Admire cactuses and tropical flowers.
Dating back to the 10th century, it is the highest point in Arta with great views across the town. It was largely restored in 1971.