Tips for things to do in Mallorca
Mallorca is more than beaches, water and golf courses... And who knows the most beautiful spots on the island better than those who live there? We asked locals about their favourite places and introduce you to the "real" Mallorca - places where you are in the middle of real life and which you won't find in any travel guide: Quiet beaches, breathtaking hiking trails, cosy restaurants, local festivals and much more that will make your holiday in Mallorca very special.
Mallorca is much more than beaches and golf. The island is home to numerous wineries that produce excellent wines and open their doors to visitors.
The Lindner Golf Resort Portals Nous is perfectly located in the southwest of Mallorca, just a few minutes' drive from the UNESCO World Heritage Tramuntana Mountains, making it the ideal starting point for easy to challenging hiking tours.
We present 3 wonderful routes in the southwest of the island.
Palma de Mallorca has a lot of sights to offer: Art Nouveau buildings, courtyards, churches, monasteries, a castle and of course the cathedral "La Seu". The latter is certainly not an insider tip, but the Almudaina Palace, or Royal Palace, just opposite the cathedral, is.
Mallorcans don't need a detox cure, because healthy food and the right attitude are part of normal everyday life. Mallorca is rich in natural ingredients that detoxify the body without any sacrifices and are delicious at the same time. We present 5 exceptional places and lifestyles that are worth a day trip, a tasting or a rethink.
In February, the almond trees on Mallorca are in full bloom. A wonderful sight that always puts you in good mood. Always! So hop in the rental car and head out into the countryside! Bring your camera and comfortable shoes and you'll be well equipped. We'll tell you where the most beautiful blossoms are in our area.