The German favorite island has several attractions to offer – lazy to lie all day on the beach, would be a pure waste of time. What attractions should one Miss but Mallorca do not? After all, the island offers many attractions – in addition to cultural treasures you can discover here also tranquil mountain villages, secluded coves and countless natural beauties. One of the most popular destinations is the capital of La Palma. Worth seeing is especially the impressive cathedral of La Seu. The large round Windows, which is due to its diameter of about twelve meters also known as “largest Gothic rose of the world” seems especially impressive here. Just outside of Palma is the Castell de Bellver, one of the best preserved plants from the middle ages. From up here, you have wonderful views of the entire old town of Palma, as well as the port.
The coves del DRAC are another one of the main attractions on Mallorca. This is which as the largest of its kind to an underground system of caves, in whole Europe is considered. Especially the nearly 200-metre long underground lake is a highlight for most tourists here. The Torre de Canyamel, a tower from the 13th century, as well as the Coves de Arta, an impressive cave system, are other popular attractions on the sunny island of Majorca. On the map of Majorca in the South, the Banys de Sant located Joan. This is the only natural hot spring in the island. Today you can rotate here relaxed his rounds in the 38-degree water.
Of course, there are also some impressive monastery complexes on Mallorca. The monastery of Lluc in the West of the island is a particularly fine example. At the foot of the Tramuntana mountains, this is a well-known pilgrimage site in which you can even stay. Numerous excursions are offered in Majorca – there are particular targets for relaxing day trips here enough. It is worthwhile to borrow to buy a car to the targets quickly and easily to reach. The CAP Formentor, for example, offers a nice photo opportunity and also fantastic views. You reach the headland only through a very winding road on which one must reckon with a high volume of traffic quite. It has views over the northern part of the island of Majorca from the Torre del Verger. This Watchtower built in 1579, is located on a coastal road and can be climbed via a narrow ladder. Manacor is a popular destination for a day trip in the East of the island. This is the second largest city of Mallorca, which is particularly suitable for an extended shopping trip. Characteristic are the fine art Pearl factories here. Valldemossa is a particularly charming mountain village in the West of Mallorca. Here is located the famous Carthusian monastery and the numerous narrow houses with blooming gardens are absolutely recommendable. The “cultural capital of the North” is Pollenca. Above all culturally interested tourists their money come in this city, because in the city you can countless museums and galleries visit. Also really something is always happening in Pollenca – a lack of events there is no shortage here indeed.