Long gone are the days when this island was all about booze-fuelled hedonism on the cheap: there is a diverse roster of things to do in Majorca now, and they will all tickle your senses. You can hike across the dramatic peaks of the Tramuntana mountains, laze among the vineyards, browse through markets or pick out one of the 300-plus beaches and coves to call your own.
Palma is perhaps Spain’s most engaging provincial capital, its historic streets full of inviting little boutiques and cafés, along with some seriously stylish restaurants and clubs. It’s foodie heaven, too, and the islanders are justly proud of their superb local produce, whipped up into delectable dishes at Majorca’s many award-winning restaurants.
Regardless of what you're itching for, our list of superb things to do in Majorca is sure to deliver.
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