Explore by region.
The Pla: A Cataln term that means flat, this stunning, centrally located region with long stretches of pastoral landscapes, defines Mallorca's deep cultural heritage, its connection to the land, history and community.
Mallorca's Eastern region features wind-swept beaches, quaint villages and Manacor, the island's second largest city. Mixing classic beach resorts where holiday-goers maximise their beach time with some historic and traditional towns, the Eastern region of Mallorca has lots to explore.
From mid-sized municipalities such as Campos, Llucmajor, Santanyi and Felanitx to stunning cove beaches defined by turquoise waters and rocky cliffs, as well a natural preserve and the home of the island’s salt manufacturer, the South of Mallorca has its own laid-back and authentic style.
Within the vast terrain of Mallorca’s Northwest region, home to the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains, are found charming hilltop villages, endless hiking and cycling trails, rocky beaches, old stone fincas and an appreciation of rugged and rural living.
The Southwest region of Mallorca is a captivating blend of stunning landscapes, rich history, and lively towns that attract visitors and full-time residents seeking convenience, relaxation and exploration. This part of the island is renowned for its popular beach towns, and a history that unfolds through its ancient architecture and cultural heritage.
Palma de Mallorca is a city rich in history, culture, and beauty. Located on the Bay of Palma, the capital city spreads along the coast and inland and includes a multitude of distinctive neighbourhoods with their own style. A mix of sea and sun and buzzing city-life, makes Palma one of the most attractive Mediterranean cities today.
Mallorca’s Northeast region is a unique part of the island that features an incredible geographic diversity that includes the industrial town of Inca to the historic villages of Pollensa and Alcúdia and their nearby and family-friendly ports, Port de Pollensa and Port de Alcúdia to smaller inland communities.