Scenery lovers: Hire a car and enjoy the scenic drive from Andratx to Sóller, with lots of vantage points along the way. Or pack your hiking boots and head up Serra De Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you’ll discover ancient woodland, reservoirs and pretty mountain villages.
Families: The island is home to a wealth of family-friendly attractions, including Palma Aquarium and the captivating Pirates Adventure Show. You can also take the family to explore the enchanting Caves of Drach. Alternatively, spend a day riding the scenic Soller Train - a restored tram from 1912 that takes you through stunning scenery through the Mallorcan countryside.
Foodies: For stunning views and fresh catches, head to Port de Pollenca for some of the best seafood on the island. And it doesn’t matter where you are in Majorca, the tapas and meat-stuffed paella are bound to get your taste buds buzzing. Looking for inspiration for eating out? Check out our best restaurants guide.