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What to see in Majorca?

Five must-sees in Majorca.

Do you want to visit the queen of the Balearic Islands? Take advantage of the routes of Corsica Ferries with unmissable offers throughout the year departing from Toulon. Now you have got no excuses to go! But what are the five best places to visit? Majorca is a very populated island and has attractions for all tastes. In addition to its beaches, Es Trenc, Mondagò, and S'Arenal, there is much more to see! Anyone can create their program, depending on the activities they prefer to do.

Alcudia: With Corsica Ferries, you will reach the Port of Alcudia. This little gem of a medieval town is worth visiting! Walking through the narrow streets of the historic center, you will admire Medieval and Renaissance buildings, as well as the Neo-Gothic church of St. Jaume. Not far away, you will find the first Roman settlement on the island, Pollentia. Are you looking for beaches? A few kilometers and you will reach the stunning Alcudia beach.

Palma de Mallorca: Following our itinerary towards the southwest, you will arrive at the capital of Mallorca that will amaze you with its majestic historical buildings and the city's icon, La Seu Cathedral. Unique in its kind, located on the seafront and characterized by its magnificence and its mixture of Gothic and Contemporary Art elements. It is worth a visit, thanks to the artistic interventions of Antonì Gaudì and Miquel Barcelò. As you leave the church, the sacred leaves room for the profane with a gourmet visit to the Sobrasada museum, with a pork salami made of paprika.

The Caves of Drach: You cannot miss the Drach Caves if you want to be amazed, a true spectacle of nature! Four caves linked by some of the largest lakes in the world! With an astonishing play of lights and sounds. Since 1935, tourists can attend a short underground concert on the lake.

Fábrica de Perlas: The artificial pearls of Mallorca are famous all over the world, worn by millions of women. What better way to visit the Manacor Pearl Factory, where qualified personnel will demonstrate how these high-quality artificial pearls are made very similar to natural ones. Afterward, you can head to the company's outlet, perfect for gifts or to get a little something for yourself.

Cap Formentor: The most scenic drive in Mallorca is undoubtedly the one that goes from Cap Port Pollença to Cap Formentor. A 20-kilometer route through the peninsula of the same name. The landscape will amaze you with cliffs overlooking the sea, rocks carved by the wind, and an iridescent blue sea that is breathtaking.

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