Fun times in Majorca start with a refreshing day at Illetas Beach. The fine white-sand beach is an absolute dream, and the beachfront has lots of restaurants and shops. Dine, shop or sit back and relax while watching the waves. Art lovers can visit the Galería de arte Jaime III, which houses the permanent collection of J.V.Aguilar, Salud Company, José Miret, Ramón Nadal, and John Ulbricht. The gallery is located in a cheerful, sunny plaza in a central part of Palma. For outdoor lovers, a nature trip to the Artà Caves is a can't-miss activity. The caves are situated in the coast of Canyamel on the east side of Mallorca. You'll see extraordinary stalactites and stalagmites in curious shapes. The most famous feature of the cave is its 22-meter-tall stalactite, which is known as the Queen of Columns. The visit to the cave takes 25 to 40 minutes, with guided tours in Spanish, German, English and French. Whether you choose to visit the beach or tour the city, you'll enjoy ever minute of your stay in Majorca.
Carretera de las Cuevas
Avinguda Prínceps d'Espanya, S/N
Avenida Prínceps d'Espanya
Carrer Joan de Saridakis 29
Rambla Duques de Palma de Mallorca