Get more than you bargained for on holiday as Mallorca shows you it’s a far cry from a one-trick pony. No two days on your holiday need ever be the same. Let your imagination run wild! Whether you’d rather get a taste of that fresh mountain-top air or you’d prefer to explore the underwater world in the Mediterranean Sea; Mallorca has got a lot up its sleeve. The sky is the limit on the biggest Balearic Island and we've got you covered. Choose from the largest selection of tours, activities and things to do in Mallorca.
You could spend the day sailing, get the blood pumping as you go biking in the mountains, come face to face with the cliffs as you climb and abseil along the coast or brush up on your golf skills. For foodies and culture vultures alike, the island is certainly worth a visit as there's more than a treat or two in store.
If you like getting a bit closer to nature, you could check out the national parks and the nature reserves which protect the flora and fauna on the island. Asides from that, they double up as first-rate spots to kick back and relax and get acquainted with a Mallorca that's a far cry from the party hub that it gets dubbed as. Explore and enjoy Mallorca out at sea, on land or from way up high. As if all of that wasn’t enough, on the flipside, for all the night owls out there, you can of course paint the town red and two step your way into the early hours. Over 3000km² are just waiting to welcome you. Let yourself fall in love with the good old fashioned Mallorcan charm.
Mallorca has a lot to offer in terms of family-friendly tours and excursions. Splash about at a water park, come face to face with exotic fish at the aquarium, get your thrills at an amusement park or check out the massive upside-down house: Kathmandu, where everything has been flipped on its head. There is more than enough to do in Majorca for the grown-ups too and if you’re strapped for time you could make your way to the best of the bunch in just one day! Don’t miss out on the fantastic Cathedral in none other than the capital: Palma de Mallorca.
Crank up the speed and make your holiday an adventure in the sun on a Jeep Safari Tour in Mallorca where you get to know a more rustic and rural side to the idyllic island! Put a stop to the disappointment of showing up on site and not being able to do something because it’s fully booked by booking in advance with us here at sunbonoo. Sort everything out way ahead of time so that when you turn up, all that’s left to do is relax and enjoy!
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Things to do in Mallorca: Boat Trips
Catamaran Tours in Mallorca are always a winner and there are a fair few to pick from, like one which kicks off in Palma and heads towards Cala Blava, one from Colonia Sant Jordi to Es Trenc and a new addition from Palma across to Illetas. We are not on topic of booze cruises, but we are instead focussing on chill-out boat rides with soothing music and stop offs to snorkel and swim with a maximum of 50 people onboard at once.
If you want to go it alone, hire a motorboat without the need for a sailing licence and check out the sea at your own pace. With the flexibility to set off in the West from Andrtax, in the South from Can Pastilla, in the North from Pollensa or Alcudia and in the East from Can Picafort. Speed things up a little and rally around on the waves on a speedboat. Seeing Mallorca from the sea is guaranteed fun for all!
Put the pedal to the metal and see the city in a fresh and fun way on a Segway Tour in Palma, cruise around the old town in Palma without having to traipse around. Segway driving is surprisingly a lot easier than it looks, you’ll be shown exactly how to move about by your guides. There are two versions on hand: a 1-hour sightseeing tour through Palma’s old town or a 2-hour trip in Palma with a cruise by Portixol - the pretty and well-known port.
Water sports are a wonderful way to experience Mallorca and the most popular of all tend to be Catamaran Sailing, Jet Skiing and Flyboarding. If you’re a fan of adventure and in need of some speed, these will be just your cup of tea.
Culture vultures are sure to revel in an Old Town Tour in Palma or a trip to one of its many museums. Jump on the City Sightseeing Bus Tour and find out all about Palma’s past, hop on and off as much as you like for 24 hours and have the freedom to check out everything you have in mind. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you can take part in bus tours that show you a more authentic and untouched side to Mallorca.
Tourists flock to Mallorca on the lookout for an adrenaline rush and we are happy to say that we can offer more than just a sprinkle of this. Hop on some wheels and head for the hills on a quad, in a jeep or buggy or if you’re a bit extra then take it to the cliffs! By off-roading around the island, you quench your thirst for adventure in Mallorca and take sightseeing to the next level. Grab a quad and rally around in three different places, set out on a Jeep Safari from either the South (Beach Safari) or the West (Gebirgs-Safari). Set yourselves up with a Buggy Tour in the East or Southwest of Mallorca. Last but not least, canyoning and coasteering are all the rage right now; it’s worth keeping in mind that they can’t be done in summer because there’s not enough water.
Things to do in Mallorca: Dinner Shows
If you’re in the mood for something a bit dramatic then a show will surely be right up your street. If you’re looking for something suitable for a date night, we recommend going along and admiring the amazing acrobats at the Son Amar Show. The Pirates Adventure Show is a barrel of laughs for the little ones and doubles up as a family-favourite with the big kids as well! If you want to tuck in to the culture and see something a bit more Spanish, then we suggest you try out the Es Foguero Show.
Keep calm on holiday by making sure your kids are entertained and can let off steam. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that kids play up when they have nothing better to do so cut out the risk of tantrums by wearing them out! There is plenty to pick from, such as: water sports, theme parks, horse riding, paintballing and rollerblading. Perhaps your kids think that they're budding detectives and see themselves as the next James Bond and Miss Marple then give them a chance to save themselves at an escape room.
Things to do in Mallorca: Road Trips
Public transport leaves a lot to be desired in Mallorca so it’s well worth renting a car when you’re on holiday. There are a whole bunch of villages that are hard to get to by bus. Some of the cars have their own navigation systems, so that the routes to the best destinations can be saved before the road trip gets started. You’re more than welcome to make up your own route and plug in the stop-off points one by one on your phone or with the satnav. If you’re not up for going it alone then you can of course go on a guided tour and be shown around by guides who know the island like the back of their hands.
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