Majorca Places of Interest & Places to go in Majorca

Here's a handful of must see places of interest or places to go on Majorca...

Nemo Submarine

A boat trip takes you to the Isla Del Sech where you board the Nemo, mini submarine for a fifty minute dive to 30 meters. Undersea action visible from one meter wide portholes including wreaks and fish feeding show by scuba-divers. Free pick ups from most resorts.

Caves of Drach

These caves are high on the must-see list of every traveller to Mallorca. The hour-long tour begins with a walk along 700m of underground paths, with stalactites and stalagmites all around you. The climax is a magical concert on Lake Martel, Europe's largest underground lake. Read more on the Caves of Drach.

Caves of Ham

If you want to avoid the crowds, these caverns make a good alternative.

The name of the caves mean 'Fish Hooks' and you can see why in the chamber known as Dream of a Angel, where thousands of fish-hook stalactites hang from the ceiling. The guided tour does include a brief concert on the Sea of Venice.

La Reserva - Parc Natural

This nature reserve and outdoor activity centre is well worth a visit with its many trails and activities including horse riding, rock climbing and adventure trail with rope bridges and zip slides. Daily Birds of Prey flying displays.

Golf Fantasia - Palma Nova

Perhaps the best mini golf complex on the island, Golf Fantasia is a cleverly landscaped complex of three 18-hole courses set around waterfalls, caves and tropical gardens. Open all year.

The Soller Train

Ride the vintage train from Palma to Soller through fruit tree plantations, then hop on a tram to Port de Soller for an afternoon boat trip or relax on the beach. The Soller train from Palma and back is a great day out for all the family..

Botanicactus - Botanical Garden Majorca

One of europe's largest botanical gardens featuring over 400 species of cactus. Also includes expansive lawns, bamboo jungles and an arid desert. Situated just outside the village of Ses Salines.

S'albufera Nature Reserve

The island's only officially protected nature reserve is S'albufera des Grau. It holds an internationally important wetlands which is the home to 80% of the Baleric's birdlife. Situated 6km outside Alcudia the park is open from April to September.

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