The island's seaside capital offers an eclectic mix of culture, art, and architecture. The stand-out landmark is the La Seu Cathedral, a gothic monument that towers over the Old Town. Built in 1229 on the site of a former mosque, it holds the tombs of Majorcan kings and has one of the world's largest stained glass windows. The medieval streets outside in the Old Town offer an array of shops, galleries, cafés, and restaurants to explore.
Sóller is a haven for nature lovers visiting Mallorca. The idyllic town is situated near the north-west coast of the island in a lush valley surrounded by the Tramuntana mountain range. The town is close to some of the country's most beautiful hiking and cycling trails. For those who enjoy romantic excursions, the vintage train ride on the "Orange Express" from Palma to Sóller is unbeatable.
Cap de Formentor lies at the northernmost tip of the island. The dramatic coastline on the journey to Formentor is almost as spectacular as the peninsula itself. No excursion to Formentor is complete without a visit to the lighthouse. Then head for Playa de Formentor, one of the finest sandy beaches in the Balearic Islands.