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Palma de Mallorca: 24 or 48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

1. Palma de Mallorca: 24 or 48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Discover the highlights of Palma de Mallorca on a city sightseeing open-top bus tour, and jump off at any of the 18 stops to explore the city’s attractions at your own pace. The island's capital offers a rich mix of history, culture, and nightlife, and the fascinating central area comprises narrow streets between high walls of ancient buildings. Hop-off at dozens of attractions, such as the Palau de La Almudaina, a royal palace that has stood since the Arab conquest, and is still home to the Royal Family. Explore the truly unique part of town known as Poble Espanyol. Here you'll find a collection of many different types of architecture, representing the different styles used around the country. Also be sure to check out Plaza de Espana, a scenic part of the island, where you can bask in the beauty from the open-top deck. Or hop-off to have a proper taste of the local culture. If you select the appropriate ticket, there's also the chance to experience a relaxing boat tour, where you can see the sights from the water. Select the ticket that includes Bellver Castle if you'd like to see inside a 14th-century structure. Bus Route: 1. Antoni Maura 2. Placa Mercat 3. Ramblas 4. Plaza de España 5. Avenida Alexandre Rosselló 6. Porta des Camp 7. Passeig Maritim 8. Poble Espanyol 9. Bellver Castle 10. Plaza Gomila 11. Valparaiso 12. Miro Foundation 12B. Marivent 13. Avenida Joan Miro 14. Estacio Maritima 14b. Passeig Maritim 15. Avenida Gabriel Roca 16. Es Baluard 17. Avenida Jaume III 18. Moll Comercial

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Scenic Full-Day Tour of Mallorca from the North

2. Scenic Full-Day Tour of Mallorca from the North

See Mallorca from a number of unique vantage points on a 9-hour scenic tour. You will travel by bus, train, tram, and boat, to discover the island's many treasures. Departing from the north of Mallorca, you will travel by coach, experiencing the dramatic cliffs of the Serra de Tramuntana Mountain range. As it hugs the coastline of Mallorca, drive along switchback roads and explore the Pareis Gorge and La Calobra, hidden gems of the west coast. Enjoy some free time for lunch in La Calobra or Puerto Soller. You will then travel by boat to see some of the best views of the coast of Mallorca. Look out for celebrity villas and elegant houses dotted along the pine and olive trees. Next you will ride the charming tram along the sea front at lively Puerto Soller. From Soller, jump on an antique carriage train, and ride through citrus and olive groves. Settle down in vintage railcars, with mahogany panels and brass fittings, and feel yourself drift back in time.

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Caves of Drach and East Full-Day Tour from the North

3. Caves of Drach and East Full-Day Tour from the North

After being picked up at a point near your hotel, pass through the countryside of Mallorca with its splendid rural villages. During the journey your local guide will provide fascinating information about the surrounding area. Stop in Manacor at the renowned pearl shop where the staff will demonstrate how they make jewelry. Time will be provided to allow you to browse and buy, if you so choose. Visit the Caves of Drach and walk leisurely through this enchanting underground cave. Marvel at the magical surroundings before listening to a music concert by the lake. You'll also have a short photo stop in Porto Cristo.

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Mallorca: Guided Day Trip to Menorca

4. Mallorca: Guided Day Trip to Menorca

The excursion begins with a journey from Puerto de Alcudia to Ciutadella, aboard a fast ferry with services such as free Wi-Fi, a snack bar and a duty free shop. Once in Ciutadella you will travel to Monte Toro, the highest point in Menorca at 358 meters. From there you can see the entire contour of the island and, if the day is clear, you will see Mallorca. You have 30 minutes of free time. Our next destination is Fornells, a fishing village where the town and its people live around the port, one of the largest on the island. You will continue the tour to Maó, where you can see the capital and most cosmopolitan city on the island of Menorca, led by our guide with a guided tour of the old town. You have 2 hours of free time. Then, we will stop at Binibeca, a picturesque fishing village where you can stroll among the pristine white houses and through the narrow streets. Finally we will return to Ciutadella to visit the old town, and explore this beautiful town full of charm and history. You will have free time until boarding time.

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Mallorca Half-Day Coasteering Experience

5. Mallorca Half-Day Coasteering Experience

Name of Excursion: Coasteering Any day We need to know the following: Name, height, weight and shoe size.Also what language the client speaks, so we can send the right guide and there are no problems with communication.   Timings: Itinerary: 8.30 - 9.00am (2-2.30pm) -   Pick up Clients this is a small bus normally for 8 people. 9am – 9.30am (2.30pm – 3.00): Travel to venue 9.30 – 9.45am (3.00- 3.15pm): clients are provided with their equipment and have time to change into wetsuits and put on all the safety kit.   9.45 (3.15) Activity begins.   Get Wet and Wild ......Coasteering is a brand new adventure activity for anyone holidaying on Mallorca. Coasteering combines adventure swimming, abseiling, cliff jumping, rock scrambling and sea caving into one action packed activity for the ultimate wet and wild day out. Our instructors will lead you on an exhilarating journey along part of the island’s coastline. We guarantee that this adventure will get your pulse racing as you abseil off huge cliffs, swim through caves and scramble along rocky coastline. Different venues offer differing levels of adrenalin so let us know what you want out of your experience in advance and we will endeavor to suit you as much as possible!! Why not escape your package holiday swimming pool and experience some real wild water!   Length of excursion:The excursion will run from 8.30am or 2pm and the clients will return by 1pm or 6.30pm respectively.  Timing also depends on the group as smaller groups will move quicker along the elements. (Timings are approximate but don’t normally differ)   Transfer time: Pick up is in small mini busses normally no more than 8 clients to keep transfers short, between 8.30am – 9am or  2pm to 2.30pm. Transfer to Alcudia/ cala san vicente is normally no more than 30 minutes. In extreme cases where safety is compromised due to waves to avoid cancelling we will travel to either Paguera or Cala Dor. This will mean a little later return however the clients are always told and theirsafety will come first.   What do your clients need to bring? It is really importantthat clients have the following. Any medication the client is taking regardless of whether they feel it necessary. Swimwear and a towel. A pair of shoes that offer foot cover such as trainers,open shoes and flip flops are not acceptable. (If you don’t have them tell us the size and we’ll see what we can do to help) Sun cream, water and a small snack. If you would like to bring a water camera this is no problem however Experience Mallorca takes no responsibility for loss or damage that may occur. We advice that for safety reasons all jewelry should be removed therefore this and other valuables should be left at the hotel.   Health & Safety details: All clients have a wetsuit, this is to ensure the client is warm but also to protect them against the rocks All clients have a lifejacket so they do not need to have a high swimming ability if they can swim 100 meters this is fine All clients have a helmetthat must be worn and also aharness. All our guides are qualified and are professional they understand we work in a way that means safety first.   Clients need to ensure they are wearing Trainers or running shoes that cover the whole foot, if they don’t have any we have shoes they can rent the profession ones for 5 euro’s or they can use our “not sexy” but practical second hand pairs.You need to tell us if they are needed.   We have Insurance for Liability and we run a lot of checks to ensure the kit is safe if you have any questions please call us.   Clients that arrive Drunk or are suspected of taking controlled substances will not be allowed to part take. The guides decision is final.

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Mallorca: Cuevas del Drach Guided Tour from North and East

6. Mallorca: Cuevas del Drach Guided Tour from North and East

Discover the charms of the east coast of Mallorca on this bus tour. The first stop is at Porto Cristo, a beautiful coastal town with a natural harbor. Enjoy some free time to stroll through its narrow streets or relax on the terraces of the marina. Then visit the famous Cuevas del Drach, and see one of the largest underground lakes in the world, Lake Martel. Take a small wooden boat through the caves, as you enjoy listening to live classical music. After this unique experience, go to the Majorica Pearls Factory to visit the store and its museum. See the factory that has been producing artificial pearls with natural extracts for over one hundred years. Afterward, you’ll be dropped off at your original pickup point. * Boat ride not available due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation until new notice

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Palma Private Guided Walking Tour

7. Palma Private Guided Walking Tour

Discover the historic homes of the capital of Mallorca on a 3-hour walking tour of the Old City of Palma. Founded by the Romans, it has had a turbulent history, passing to the Byzantines and Moors before the Christian reconquest. With the help of a fully licensed personal guide, explore the handsome streets of the Old Town and the patios of the stately homes. Boasting monumental beauty and lavish impressions, these unique architectural spaces remain untouched by time. You will be especially fascinated by the 4 enigmas of the Middle Ages. Explore the 4 colors of the enigma - white, green, red, and yellow – and discover how they are constantly present in the city’s monuments and houses. Learn the meaning of the green shutters on the windows of Mallorcan houses, and why the martyrs always dressed in red in Christian iconography. Discover how colors and numbers are linked with the circle of life. You will be walking along the oldest streets of the city. Imagine the life of the people dedicated to different occupations and beliefs throughout the ages, from merchants, to Jewish settlers, the nobility, to pirates.

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Palma and Valldemossa: Half-Day Tour from Palma Port

8. Palma and Valldemossa: Half-Day Tour from Palma Port

Perfect for a small group of 14 people or less, this private tour from Palma de Mallorca takes you through the beautiful countryside of the Balearic Islands, combining comfortable car transport with guided walking tours through the area's historic quarters. Departing from the city port, enjoy a scenic drive under the blistering sun along the sea promenade, arriving to a spectacular panorama of the Bellver Castle. Admire Palma's charming port as you drive towards the countryside to the village of Valldemossa, nestled quietly in the mountains. Stretch your legs and discover some of the beauty of the region during a walking tour through the Cartuja Gardens, and then head out to the famed Miranda lookout to delight in the terrific panoramas over the Bay of Palma. Enjoy some free time and soak up the traditional atmosphere of the village, or opt for a visit to the Cartuja, once the home of famed pianist, Fredreric Chopin. As you make your way back to the port, stop at the old city of Palma for a guided tour of the city's stunning Gothic Cathedral, ending the day with a stroll through the nearby Parc de la Mac.

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Palma de Mallorca 6-Hour Private Group Shore Excursion

9. Palma de Mallorca 6-Hour Private Group Shore Excursion

On your 6-hour shore excursion you’ll first head to the charming village of Valldemossa. This guided tour is designed for a private small group. During the drive, take in views of the island’s agricultural terraces and dry stone constructions, and see farming units that have feudal origins. Stop at Son Marroig to enjoy panoramic views of the shore and La Foradada. You’ll be taken through the Cultural Landscape of the Serra de Tramuntana, listed by UNESCO in 2011. Pass through several villages, and see the churches, sanctuaries, towers, lighthouses, and small dry-stone structures throughout the terraced landscape that contribute to its unique character. Continue on through Deia to the valley of Soller, enjoying the natural beauty of Mallorca along the way. The Port of Soller is the final stop on the tour before driving on to Palma. This charming village boasts a horseshoe-shaped harbor and spectacular views of the mountains and the sea. On a panoramic drive along the sea promenade, admire the highlights of Palma before heading back to your ship.

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What people are saying about Mallorca

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 1,371 reviews

We loved this trip! In the beginning it seemed like a lot of money but it is totally worth it! You go by bus through the stunning nature in the mountains, than visit a beautiful privat small beach and go by ship, than by Tram and than by the Wooden Train. I can’t describe in words how beautiful this view was or how great our time has been on this trip. Also our instructor did a great job! I loved her jokes! RECOMMEND!!

Superb day exploring the island of Menorca despite very, very gray weather. Alvin is a wonderful guide, very interesting and listener. Rich and varied commentaries (culture - history) in Spanish, German and French. A comfortable and very clean sightseeing bus, Tony very good driver! I highly recommend this excursion

Nice tour of Palma. We drove from stop 1 and most people got off again. The red tour in one piece takes about 1 hour.

Great tour guide. It was an interesting day trip. Unfortunately the ferry didn't go back until 9:00 p.m.

Informative Not long waiting to hop on again Clean buses