Palma de Mallorca

Palma de MallorcaSpain

Coves, mountains and paradise for sportspeople

The Spanish Balearic Island has much more to offer than just good party vibes. There are countless attractive places all over the island. Very close to Palma lies Sollèr. The mountainous surroundings of the coastal town attract mainly hikers and bikers. Cala Millor on the east coast means translated "best bay" and invites you to stay. Another beautiful bay is Cala Pi and in the village of the same name you can spend relaxing holidays. In the northeast is the traditional fishing village Cala Ratjada, popular for its harbour and the beautiful beaches Cala Gat and Cala Agulla. Families often decide for the popular holiday town Paguera.

For those who need a change from everyday beach life, the island of Mallorca offers numerous sports facilities. From kite surfing, cycling, golf, tennis and climbing on the cliffs - there is something for every sports enthusiast.



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  • Flight time

    01:35 h

  • Distance

    1000 km

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Sightseeing in your Mallorca holidays

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    Most holidaymakers certainly start their holidays in the capital Palma de Mallorca. Here it is worth visiting the market hall of Santa Catalina, the cathedral La Seu, the Casell de Belver or the local beach El Arenal. View in maps
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    Sóller is located north of Palma de Mallorca and in the middle of the "Valley of the Oranges". But not only the landscape is enchanting but also the cityscape, which is marked by French and colonial influences. View in maps
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    Cala Agulla is a beautiful beach very close to the fishing village Cala Ratjada. The bay is surrounded by dunes, mountains and forests. View in maps
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    The Cap de Formentor is the northernmost point of the island of Mallorca. You will pass through a beautiful scenery until you reach the lighthouse. The route is also very popular as a bike route. View in maps
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    Mallorca is a mecca for all sports enthusiasts. From golf to all kinds of water sports, Mallorca is especially popular with cyclists because of its winding roads. The road to Sa Calobra, in particular, is a real treat in terms of scenery. View in maps

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