1. Palma Cathedral

See one of Europe’s most impressive Gothic buildings with a visit to Palma Cathedral. Found in the Majorcan capital, the cathedral proudly overlooks the city and the sea, making it one of the island’s most popular sights.
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Serra de Tramuntana

6. Serra de Tramuntana

Leave the beach behind as you go for a trek in the mountains of Serra de Tramuntana. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the landscape is wild and breathtaking, serving up views across the clear blue sea from heights of more than 1,000 metres.
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Majorca has some of the longest beaches in the Balearics, so it’s a great destination for family holidays and all-out relaxation under the Mediterranean sun. But when you don’t feel like paddling in the warm sea or stretching out on a lounger, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained, whatever your style. The simple delights of sipping your favourite drink with a view of a trendy marina, getting lost in a maze of medieval streets and taking a ride on a quaint old tram could be highlights of your holiday. Or perhaps you’re up for a big night out in one of Majorca’s famous nightclubs.