Mallorca Island Vacations
When it comes to getting the best bang for your buck from your time here, remember that Mallorca Island is merely the beginning; Balearic Islands has been blessed with a treasure-trove of natural sights, cities and towns. If you can, leave time to pay a visit to Pollensa, which is roughly 13 miles (21 kilometers) away from Mallorca Island. In Pollensa, you can check out the Cala Barques and Pollensa Port. For more things to do, visit the Cala Varques and Caves of Drach which you'll find in and around Manacor, about 13 miles (21 kilometers) away from Mallorca Island.
Palma de Mallorca is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Mallorca Island. This regional center offers a great selection of points of interest, such as Puig Mayor, Es Trenc Beach and Cala Figuera Beach. Marivent Palace, Golf Son Gual and Fundacion Juan March are just a few of the other interesting visitor attractions that await.
If you're searching for experiences that won't break the bank, round up the family and head to Balearic Islands' numerous outdoor attractions such as lighthouses. Every place on Earth offers a special history and this area is no exception. The ruins in these parts provide a great snapshot to the past.
Head outside and make the most of the local adventure options in the area around Mallorca Island. Try mountain climbing or give four-wheel driving a go. Pack your own equipment or rent some when you get here, and discover the region's water activities. Snorkeling is a popular activity. Another option is wind surfing.
You'll be sad to say "Adiós" (farewell) to this appealing area.