Photo by Stefan Kunze

Whether conquered by Moors or Christians, German sun worshippers or royal entourages, the Spanish island of Mallorca has always been a chameleon, reinventing itself from century to century. Its dramatic landscapes and rugged coves have drawn international celebrities ever since the early 19th century, and today they continue to attract travelers in search of glamorous but relaxed vacations both on the water and in the island’s lush interior.

  • Perfect for
    Adventurers | Families | Foodies | Romantics | Style Mavens | Ultimate Indulgers
  • When to go
    June-August | September-November
  • Ideal length of stay
    3-5 Nights

Designing Your Journey

Work with Indagare to design the perfect itinerary for an immersive journey. Our travel experts know the destination inside and out, and they can make recommendations based on your travel needs and preferences.

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    5 Days: Essential Mallorca

    Experience both adventure and relaxation with this iconic 4-day itinerary for the stunning Spanish isle. Here is just one example of what our destination experts can create for you.

    • Day 1-2: Relax and Indulge

      Ease into Mediterranean time with a day or two of relaxation at your countryside hotel. Enjoy al fresco lunches and poolside afternoons; or, head into the island’s gorgeous capital Palma, and explore the ancient cobbled streets and intimate plazas, for shopping and some excellent dining options.

    • Day 3: Explore by boat

      Spend the day exploring Mallorca’s beautiful surrounding waters by boat. Stop into glittering inlet coves, enjoy a picnic at a secluded beach and sip vino while taking in the island’s fantastic coastal scenery. A highlight is a trip to Cabrera, an island that held a prison during the Napoleonic Wars and is an animal refuge.

    • Day 4: Adventure inland

      Spend your last full day enjoying Mallorca’s picture-perfect landscape. For an afternoon break, visit one of the island’s lovely vineyards, or opt for a special experience, like a cooking class with a local chef or an artist and artisan tour. Active travelers should spend a few hours hiking; one of the best, most scenic routes is the Sa Calobra, leading down to Es Torrente de Pareis.

Indagare's Blair West
“Countless images make up Mallorca’s reputation: scenes of sandy beaches flanked by rugged mountains, seaside villages of crumbling stone, a sun-soaked city filled with ancient castles and Michelin-starred restaurants, a harbor of mega-yachts. With an ocean so brilliantly turquoise it nearly looks opaque, the island has a particular allure: small in size, but overflowing with breezy, seaside charm.”
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