Palma Aquarium is a haven for fish fans, which also features Europe's biggest living coral collection, and Europe's deepest shark tank. You can reach it by car, or on the number 15 local bus from the bus station, which will also give you an excellent taste of Palma life. It is located in Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain.
In the center of the city of Palma is Hammam Al Ándalus, an Arab bath of Andalusian origin. It's the perfect place to regain your serenity and experience relaxation like never before through water treatments and massages.
The Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience is dedicated to Manacor's most famous export, tennis superstar Rafael Nadal.
Visitors can get a feel for the Spaniard's success by tracing his glittering career through video exhibits, and seeing his trophy haul up close. The experience also boasts simulated sporting challenges, allowing guests to test their skills and find out whether they're champion material.
Fundació Miró Mallorca is a Joan Miró museum dedicated to the works of the famous Catalan-born Surrealist who made Mallorca his adoptive home. Visitors can step foot inside the artist's studios and admire Miró contemporary art as well as works by his contemporaries, while not straying far from Cala Major in the south of the island.
Stalactites, stalagmites, and all things speleothem. Join a guide and head deep underground in Palma de Mallorca! You'll pass through a series of cavernous galleries that are filled with colorful rock formations, showing the beautiful and sometimes bizarre nature of what the earth is capable of producing.
Located amid the picturesque beauty of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains of Mallorca, the Jardines de Alfabia is a tranquil haven that transport you to Spain's Moorish past. The Arabic influence in these stunning gardens is obvious, but it's mixed with elements of English landscaping and Rococo finery, giving the grounds a unique charm and beauty.
The architecture of the main building is similarly a blend of Arabic, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Roman, and Rococo styles – and all told, it's one of the most spectacular cultural treasures in Mallorca. So give the beach bar a break, and be swept away to this fairy-tale location.
The Sóller train is a historical railway line that was inaugurated in Mallorca in 1912 to cover the trip from Palma to Sóller. More than 100 years after its first journey, the train still keeps the same appearance as the day of its inauguration, thanks to the continuous care and craftsmanship it has received over the years.
The Sóller train is not used as a means of public transportation anymore, and Majorcans prefer modern options like regular buses or their own cars. But visitors to the island are still enlightened by the beauty of this train and the landscapes it crosses on its way to Sóller, and it still attracts hundreds of thousands of travellers every year.
Tirolinas Go Mallorca Forestal Park is a tree-top adventure park for the whole family, located near Palma Beach in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. It's ideal for groups of friends, team bonding, or just good old fashioned family fun in the great outdoors. There's a big zipline that spans more than 200 meters, plus different activities like Tibetan bridges, Tarzan swings, climbing walls and more.
Art, architecture and nature meet in this surprising and inspiring museum. Wander around 16 hectares of lush green space, explore two underground art galleries, see a house designed by famous architect Hassan Fathy, smell your way around the rose garden, and admire an impressive collections of sculptures.
The Sa Bassa Blanca Museum is renowned for the great diversity of its collection, aiming to unite artistic expressions from different cultures, continents, and time periods.
Located on the eastern coast of Mallorca in the town of Porto Cristo, Drach Caves are, without a doubt, one of the most remarkable places to visit on the island of Mallorca.
At 1,200 meters in length and 25 meters high, they are the biggest cave system on the island. Drach caves, or Cuevas del Drach in Spanish, hide an incredible underground lake of clearest blue, one of the largest underground lakes in the world.
Get Drach Caves tickets or take a tour, and be inspired by a truly magical subterranean world.