Book your Destination pass - Party Scene Majorca for a holiday to remember. Get access to the island's hottest venues and attractions at a heavily discounted price!
One of Majorca's finest villas boasts some of the best views on the island. Son Marroig is steeped in legend and is a must-visit. The former home of Habsburg Archduke Ludwig Salvator is a treasure trove of antiques and artworks. His influence is everywhere, with old notebooks, maps and drawings. And the traditional Majorcan architecture is a joy to behold.
de, es, da, en, fi, +5 fr, nl, no, pl, sv
Create your own itinerary across 16 bus stops around Palma de Mallorca and enjoy 360° panoramic views with a 24 hour hop-on hop-off bus tour!
en, it, fr, es, de, +1 ru
Behind the white sand beach of Es Trenc stretches the Protected Area of the Levante Salt Flats. For millennia, precious salt has been harvested here, and today it's a haven for nature enthusiasts and home to over 160 different species of birds. With luck you will be able to spot avocets, stilts, and pink flamingos among many others. Spanning an expansive 150 hectares, the Levante Salt Flats have been designated as a Natural Area of Special Interest. Three conditions are essential for the purest salt to form – hot sun, sea breeze and low humidity. You will witness the ancient process of salt harvesting as you explore the salt pans on a gentle walking tour, your National Geographic-traned guide providing you with local insight and explaining the history of this ancient Balearic occupation. Watch the expert Salineros using age-old techniques to gather the finest, Flor de Sal salt crystals, and then have a go at harvesting some yourself. The tour also spotlights the sustainable nature of the sea salt industry. The production is in total harmony with the ecosystem, in fact many migratory birds rely on the mineral-rich wetlands to restore balance after long flights from overseas. The delicate nature of salt crystals means hand harvesting is the only workable method, so there is no need for mechanisation. Enjoy landscapes and artisan processes that have remained unchanged for centuries as you soak up the peace and nature of this special place.
Inspired by the work of National Geographic's Pristine Seas project, which aims to protect the last wild places in our oceans, this National Geographic Day Tour offers a unique opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful and unspoiled Mediterranean waters by kayak, accompanied by a marine biologist and learn about the importance of Posidonia Oceanica. Posidonia Oceanica is more than just a seagrass. In the words of Manu San Félix, a member of the National Geographic Pristine Seas Project: "Posidonia is the architect of the Mediterranean marine ecosystem." It is an essential part of this ecosystem with broad implications for ecology, coastal stability, tourism, and even climate regulation. Efforts to conserve and protect this important species are crucial to maintaining the health and balance of the Mediterranean environment. This humble plant plays a vital role in oxygenating seawater, helping to stabilize sediment, and providing a habitat for many species of fish and other marine life. Accompanied by a marine biologist, you will paddle your kayak a distance of approximately 2.5 miles around the Marine Protected Area of the Malgrats Islands, a biodiverse ecosystem which is home to dolphins, fish, birds, algae and more. The protected zone was established to safeguard the surrounding marine habitat, an important location for Posidonia Oceanica. Exploring mostly by kayak with an optional snorkel stop, you'll see the Posidonia meadows for yourself, with explanations from the marine biologist about the impact this seagrass has on the Mediterranean and the wider world. Learn how each of us can play a part in protecting the Posidonia meadows, by raising awareness of their role in the battle against global warming, as featured in the National Geographic documentary, 'Pristine Seas: The Power of Protection'.
With over 3 million visitors to date and a host of celebrity guests, such as Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tom Daley, Pirates Adventure makes for the perfect night out in Mallorca for families, couples and groups.
More than just a winery, Macià Batle is a must-visit for wine lovers and art aficionados. This guided tour of one of Majorca's top vineyards offers a fascinating insight into how wines are produced. See the fermentation and bottling areas – as well as the unique collection of art used for labels. Rounding off the visit is a tasting of four wines and local specialities.
de, es, en, fr, sv
Golf Fantasia makes the cut when it comes to mini-golf. It's set in a tropical-themed garden in Palmanova, just a few metres from the resort's famous beach. There are 54 holes to play, made up of a trio of 18-hole courses. This easy access ticket allows you to come and go from Golf Fantasia as often as you like throughout your holiday.
de, es, da, en, fi, +5 fr, nl, no, pl, sv
This state-of-the-art waterpark is one of those rare days out – an equal amount of fun for both adults and kids. Experience the watery thrills of Aqualand El Arenal, with return hotel transfers and an entrance ticket to the park.Feel the gravity-defying kicks of the Kamikaze, or the adrenaline-pumping thrill of the Anaconda – two tangled up slides that pit riders against each other in a hair-raising race to the bottom. If you'd prefer to chill out, there's the Congo River, a relaxing hot tub, plus plenty of space to pull up a sunlounger.Little ones will love Kidzworld including an Adventureland, Dragonland, and a Polynesian-themed area. Throw in a great range of eateries and snack stands too, and you've got a fun-filled family day out. And if you choose the GOLD option, you'll get fast-track entrance to the park and a guaranteed sunbed for every adult. Meanwhile, the kids get one drink, one ice cream and a souvenir gift. There's also an exclusive 10% discount on any purchases in the park, including the slide fast pass.
It's fast, it's furious, and it's Majorca's only themed water park. Western Water Park is so exciting that you'll be running from one attraction to the other. There are three themed areas with slides for the kids and for the fearless – including The Beast, Majorca's biggest vertical drop slide.Take on the Tornado, Big Hole, Mega Slide, Boomerang, Devil's Tail and new slides like El Latino and El Alano. The star attraction is The Beast, a 30-metre drop that will have you screeching with joy – or fear. And after all that excitement, you can take it easy in the hot tubs or drift on the Wild River.Over at Kidzworld, the Tam Tam Splash lets kids have wet and wild fun in a safe and supervised area. There's also a GOLD option, which includes fast-track entrance to the park and a guaranteed sunbed for every adult. Meanwhile, the kids get one drink, one ice cream and a souvenir gift. There's also an exclusive 10% discount on any purchases in the park, including the slide fast pass.
Looming large over the waterfront, Palma's La Seu Cathedral is a symbol of the city. One of the largest cathedrals in the world, this Gothic masterpiece is one of Majorca's must-see sights. With this ticket, you can marvel at its stunning architecture, discover the rich history of the building, and admire the illuminated stained-glass windows.
Just on the outskirts of Soller you'll find the only botanical garden and natural history museum in Majorca. Here, nature enthusiasts can learn all about the flora, fauna and fossils of the Balearic Islands. Wander around the gardens and halls, with many endangered plants and unique specimen, preserved thanks to the foundation's efforts.If you're interested in finding out all there is to know about the flora of Majorca, then the Sóller Botanical Garden is ideal. The foundation was set up to grow, conserve, study and preserve rare and endangered plants from the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands and further afield. The gardens also host one of largest wild seed banks of Spain.The Natural History Museum of the Balearic Islands, located in a 19th-century building, shows a selection of minerals, rocks, fossils and animals from Majorca and the Balearics. See the diversity of the past and present flora and fauna of the islands, and the challenges they face in today's world.