"Going at your own pace, you can make a trip to Mallorca as challenging as you want, savouring every step. The walks here aren’t just flat strolls—all the better for that 'this-walk-was-worth-it' views. And if your legs get tired, no worries—we don’t just walk along the coast, we sail, too."
—Christine Tucker, Experience Designer
It’s easy to be seduced by the alluring riches of the Mediterranean, and you experience them all in Mallorca: limestone cliffs, azure blue seascapes, swathes of almond groves and artichoke fields—to name but a few. Add to this the permeating scent of citrus, delectable tapas, bold wines, secluded coves and remarkable hotels in unforgettable settings—this place offers up luxury in many forms. Below are highlights to inspire your bespoke journey in Mallorca.
Discover the possibilities:
From the level interior to the hilly and leg-working coast, pedal the hidden camis and discover what makes Mallorca a biker's paradise. Pedal through Binissalem wine country, passing by fields of almond trees and terraced vineyards. Take a coastal spin to soak up the spectacular Mediterranean before a boat ride along some stunning beaches and a dip in its turquoise waters. Avid cyclists looking for a challenge can opt for an itinerary with more advanced routes, with steeper inclines and longer stretches.
Take to the island by foot, walking awe-inspiring paths and ancient trails. From the Bay of Deia, travel along the rocky cliff path towards the beach of Llucalcari, known locally as “The Painter’s Path” due to the inspiration it has given to the many artists who visit this area. Follow a medieval pilgrimage trail and be dwarfed by towering limestone cliffs and coastal views, accompanied by blooming apricot orchards, wondrously scented umbrella pines, bright patches of bougainvillea and terraced slopes of olive groves peppered with old olive-picker huts.
Mallorcan Art, Food & Culture
Every experience in Mallorca exposes you to the mouthwatering cuisine and an intimate look into the local culture. Discover Palma de Mallorca through its food on a tapas tour. Discover Catalan art at the Joan Miro Foundation. Check out barrio Santa Catalina and the Mercat de Santa Catalina, Palma’s oldest food market. And sample the local gin with an expert sommelier.
Start the planning process
These highlights are just a sample of what you can do and discover in Mallorca. Mix and match a little bit of everything and or add on a few nights and private tours in Barcelona before or after your trip. Connect with your Experience Designer for Mallorca to start piecing together your perfect trip.
Notes From Your Designer:
Ideal trip length: 5 - 8 DAYS
Activity Level: 3
Starting Price: US $1,500 Per Person/Day
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