Discover Mallorca’s wealth of wondrous treasures, which are must-see for every visit to the island during the divine winter season. Find out what are the top 10 places to visit in Mallorca this winter:
Best places at Serra de Tramuntana
1 Es Salt des Frau
Es Salt des Frau is a gorgeous natural waterfall situated just a few kilometres from Orient, belonging to the municipality of Bunyola. Being 411 metres above sea level, the spot is popular with canyoning fans due to the diversity of its terrain.
2 Gorg Blau
Located between the dramatic valleys of Puig Major and Puig de Massanella, Gorg Blau is a stunning artificial reservoir. Standing as a natural monument in the Serra de Tramuntana, the area boasts some of the most breathtaking views over the mountains.
3 Lluc Sanctuary
Situated in the municipality of Escorca on the north-west of Mallorca lies the Lluc Sanctuary, a sacred religious site. Set in beautiful countryside and surrounded by high mountains, Lluc has been a centre for pilgrimage since the 13th century.
4 Ses Fonts Ufanes
Considered as a hydrological phenomenon, Ses Fonts Ufanes is a protected area of natural springs situated on the outskirts of Campanet. The beautiful setting is the perfect choice for a relaxing walk surrounded by nature, where one can enjoy the extraordinary sound of gushing water.
5 La Granja de Esporlas
Located 15km from Palma in the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range lies La Granja de Esporlas. Existing as a beautiful mansion surrounded
by lush vegetation, beautiful gardens and natural fountains, it is the ideal place to discover the intriguing history of Mallorca.
An authentic village steeped in old-world charm, Valldemossa lies in an idyllic valley in the midst of the Tramuntana mountains. Nestled to the west of Mallorca, its ancient blonde stone houses contrast vividly against surrounding forests of olive, oak and almond trees.
7 Almond Blossom
Experience the spectacle of the almond blossom in Mallorca, one of the most beautiful periods of the year. So much so, that this natural phenomenon has received international interest, where people travel from far and wide to see this natural spectacle where white, pink and cerulean colours fill the countryside.
Palma’s best things to do in winter
8 Christmas Lights
During the festive season, the Christmas lights at Paseo del Borne illuminate the city of Palma. Strikingly beautiful, here you can enjoy a unique festive atmosphere which is filled with romance and a uniquely captivating charm.
9 Parc de la Mar
Parc de la Mar is a public space, which until the 1960’s the sea reached up to the city walls, providing the perfect reflection for the cathedral. With the building of a new road, an artificial lake was constructed to reproduce the mesmerising effect.
10 Arab Baths
The Arab baths (Banys Arabs) in Palma are one of the few remaining examples of Arab architecture on the island, dating back to the 11th century. The awe-inspiring partially preserved complex includes a hot bath room with a dome and skylights.