End of Januari I flew to Mallorca for a few days exploring, because my boyfriend has to work there that week. Judging by so many photos, I can’t believe we only stayed here just 3 days. I didn’t have mayor expectations, because there wasn’t enough time for me to do homework beforehand so I let the island surprise me. And wowww this Spanish island is really amazing! So many different things Mallorca can offer to their tourism. I am high lighting the favorites from my personal experience for you here.
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Meliá Palas Atenea Hotel
My boyfriend had a conference here at the hotel, so we stayed here for 1 night at the harbor. Melia is a 4 star hotel. The rooms are spacious (see video a little bit) but a little bit noisy though. The gym facility and breakfast are excellent!
A local pastry. You will come across many bakeries selling these typical Majorcan sweet bread.It is shaped in the form of a coil and sprinkled with a heavy coat of powdered sugar. This island snack is for breakfast dunked in hot coffee, or as an afternoon snack, or dessert.
If you like yachts, this is the place to be. There is also a nice boulevard at the harbor for a nice little stroll.
So in love with the colorful houses and the cutest balconies all over Palma town.
A coffee stop at restaurant Antiguedades with this adorable terrace. The setting is just too adorable!
Address: Carrer Arabí, 5
When in Spain, eat jamon! I love to eat the fresh baguette with jamon Serrano.
Passeig del born
A shopping street with high end fashion labels, but also a really nice place to hang out.
If you are looking for a place to have a great dinner, I can totally recommend you this tapas restaurant.
Adres: Passeig del Born, 5-7 (Palma)
A few shops next to Restaurant Ombu is this shop Natura, selling everything you want to buy!
Adress: Placa de Reina
Cala del Moro
Exploring the South-East coast of Mallorca. Our navigation couldn’t find this place, luckily we found this ‘hidden’ beach eventually with an old school map. We were here off season, so we had the beach almost pretty much to ourselves. This area is so peaceful and insanely beautiful, I could sit here all day if we only had more time :) The weather was nice, it was around 20 degrees that day. Yet too cold for a swim, although the water was really inviting.
From Cala del Moro it was easy to walk the coast to the other “beaches”.
Cap de Formentor
Going to the peak, Cap de Formentor is worth your while, especially during sunset it’s pretty magical. Wow, this must have been the high light of the trip. The road to this light house is an adventure already, driving through beautiful sceneries.
We were lucky with the most stunning sunset that day. On our way back to the hotel we pulled over a view times to make these shots.
I can’t tell you exactly where we were in these pictures, it was somewhere between Cap de Formentor and Deià, North-West Mallorca. We stopped so many times on the way to take these pictures of awesome Mallorca.
Sa Foradada was the destination we were looking for. Come here for a scenic view of the west coast and from up here you have a viewpoint of what they call ‘the little Italy’ of Mallorca as it is shaped in the form of a boot like Italy. Sa Foradada is a rocky point where a 10 meter diameter hole in the rock can be seen from far away (I didn’t know it when we were there, but now I can see the whole in the point :D).
Cala Portal vells
From North-west we drove to South-west of Mallorca before our flight, because we wanted to end the trip at the beach again. You will find clear blue water here and small beaches.
Would you put Mallorca on your bucket list?