Cities/Villages in Mallorca

Mallorca a huge piece of land, with lot of interesting places to visit. Hire a car or motorcycle, go on bike or foot, or finally take a ride with a public transport to explore some of the beautiful towns and villages in Mallorca. The bigest city is Palma of course. The interesting thing is, that the city of Palma is a capital not only of Mallorca, but also of the Balearic islands. City of Palma can offer anything you will be needed, from history, culture, historic Old Town to gastronomy, shopping and a night life of course.

There plenty of museums, shops, bars and restaurants, from streets tapas bars till two stars michelin restaurants. As a spanishs love fiesta, you will never get bored here. The second bigest city is Manacor. Manacor is a good place for those who love nature and sports. The only ‘Via Verde’ in the Balearic islands is in Manacor. This 29km eco-path begins in Manacor and offers changing scenery along the way. For those who love playing tennis, Manacor is a very important city for this sport. Rafael Nadal was born in Manacor and has opened „The Rafael Nadal International Tennis Centre“ and museum in his hometown. Majorica‘s factory shop – island’s famous artificial pearl industry is located in Manacor as well. Third bigest city is Inca. It is commercial town in the center of the island. Inca is called „city of leather“ of its history of leather making that continues nowadays.

All the towns and villiges have their own character, from the lively resorts of Cala Millor, Port d’Alcudia, Cala d’Or and Porto Cristo to the stunning towns of Valldemossa and Deia, Soller of Felanitx. For more, please, check XMallorca guide.

Portixol

Portixol (Molinar)

Portixol (Molinar) – former fishing village has enjoyed significant investment and improvements over the years, to become one of Palma’s coolest hang-outs and most sought after suburbs. Its...

El Arenal

S’Arenal (El Arenal)

S’Arenal is former fishing village. It is a tourist neighborhood with great population expansion, especially since the 70’s. It offers a wide sandy beach, where in summer many tourists gather, along...

Santa Ponca

Santa Ponca

Santa Ponca is a family holiday resort, located in the south west of Mallorca. There are not only hotels, holiday houses and villas, but plenty of luxurious properties here in Santa Ponsa. Charming...

Camp de Mar

Camp de Mar

Camp de Mar is a coastal town located in the west of Mallorca. Camp de Mar is surrounded by beautiful mountain scenary, tall pine and has wide streets. There is no town center, here in Camp de Mar...

Paguera

Paguera

Paguera is a beach resort, located in the south of Mallorca, in the municipality of Calvià. It is called as „Little Germany“, because of the popularity of the resort with German visitors. Nearby...

Sant Elm

Sant Elm

Sant Elm is a beautiful coastal village in the south-west of Mallorca. It is located on the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains and the uninhabited island of Sa Dragonera is just in front...

Andratx

Andratx

Andratx is an rural Mallorcan town located in the south west of Mallorca, in the valleys of the Tramuntana Mountainrange. Its narrow streets and rustic heritage make it a truly authentic place to...

Sa Rapita

Sa Rapita

Part of the municipal district of Campos, the small coastal town of Sa Rapita is situated along the central south coast of Mallorca. Sa Rapita is probably the closest town to one of Mallorca’s best...

Colonia Sant Jordi

Colonia Sant Jordi

Colonia Sant Jordi is found on the south-eastern coast of Mallorca and forms part of the Ses Salines district. Originally the town of Colonia Sant Jordi was an agricultural and fishing village with...

Ses Salines

Ses Salines

Ses Salines is a small town and municipality situated in one of the most beautiful parts of southeast Mallorca. This unassuming little place is easy to overlook, but holds clues to the rich history...

Cala Figuera

Cala Figuera

Cala Figuera is a district of Santanyi on the island of Majorca. The town of Cala Figuera stretches from high cliffs to the south of the town to the fishing harbour at the end of a Fjord-like inlet...