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Top 10 Instagrammable Places in Mallorca
- Cap de Formentor
With mesmerising scenery, dramatic cliffs, a thrilling winding road and excellent hiking and cycling opportunities, it’s no surprise why Cap de Formentor is one of the most captivating experiences in Mallorca.
- Sa Foradada
Situated between Deiá and Valldemossa, the beautiful viewing point of Sa Foradada is a distinctive and emblematic rock formation that juts out of Mallorca’s north-westerly coastline.
- Cuevas del Drach
Located on Mallorca’s east coast, Cuevas del Drach are made up of four remarkable caves that are hidden inside a large underground lake, reaching to an astonishing 1200m in length and with a depth of 25m below ground level.
- Torre del Verger
Built in 1579, Torre del Verger is one of the oldest and most emblematic coastal watchtowers in Mallorca located in Banyalbufar. Seeped in history, the tower was built to form part of an extensive observation network.
- Caló des Moro
Situated six kilometres from Santanyí, Caló des Moro is a picture perfect beach that sits between lush landscapes of cliffs populated by pines. With gorgeous turquoise waters, the beach is a true Mediterranean paradise.
- Cala Agulla
Cala Agulla is a stunning sandy beach surrounded by glorious pine forests and the mountains of Llevant Natural Park that also boasts a Blue Flag status.
- Torrent de Pareis
Following a deep canyon approximately 5km long, Torrent de Pareis is one of the most awe-inspiring settings in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, opening to the spectacular bay of Sa Calobra.
- Cap de Ses Salines
Situated on Mallorca’s southernmost tip, in Cap de Ses Salines you will find five beautiful beaches and an array of charming coves showcasing crystal clear waters that make the perfect setting for diving.
- Castell de Bellver
Built in the 14th century by the King, Castell de Bellver is an original and authentic castle located 3km from Palma de Mallorca. With a gothic style and perfectly circular floor plan, a visit provides breath-taking views across the island.
- La Seu
Palma’s iconic Cathedral is not only one of the largest Gothic churches in Spain, but its main rosette is considered to be the largest in the world. Taking over 400 years to build, it is a symbol of the island’s historical heritage.