4 Places you should not miss during your visit to Majorca
If you want to visit Majorca, but you do not know where to start, we suggest you 4 of its essential places.
The opening of our hotel in Majorca is just around the corner. Elba Sunset Mallorca (Palmanova), in the southwest of the island, is about to receive its first visitors and, therefore, we show you the four essential places that you can not miss on your next trip to the capital of the archipelago.
What to visit in Majorca?
- Cathedral of St. Mary: declared a Historic-Artistic Monument, it is the most emblematic artistic heritage of the Balearic Islands. Known as "La Seu", it is one of the most admired gothic temples in the world, an essential visit. Also, during the summer you can visit its terraces and enjoy spectacular views of the whole island.
- La Almudaina Royal Palace: official residence of the Spanish Royal Family, its walls harbor a large part of the country's monarchical history. This impressive citadel was rebuilt in the fourteenth century, although its first construction dates from 1309. The Royal Palace offers free visits, or at a reduced cost, from Saturday to Sunday.
- Sóller: this small town of no more than 13,000 inhabitants, is the commercial and nerve center of the Tramuntana mountain range. The port, its hiking trails, its beaches and coves or its imposing church in the Main Square are some of the spots you can not miss in this place declared a World Heritage Site.
- The best beaches on the island:
- Caló des Moro: to the southeast of the island there is a small and beautiful cove of only 30 meters, its access is complicated, but its totally virgin natural environment and the sparse urbanization of the area make it a must see.
- D’Alcudia Beach: it is an extensive beach of white sand a few meters away from the port, in the north of the island. Recognized with the blue flag for its sustainability and cleanliness, its access is simple, it has 3.5 km of beach extension and is perfect for water activities.