Balearic Islands places to visit and attractions

Below you can explore some of the most popular highlights and places of interest in the Balearic Islands region. See also our Balearic Islands travel guide.

photo of Alcudia


Alcudia is an attractive town with medieval walls. The Port de Alcudia is a thriving tourist resort.
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photo of Andratx


Andratx is a pretty town clustered on a hill above the sea and now an exclusive holiday resort
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photo of Cala-en-Porter


Cala-en-Porter is a resort on the island of Menorca. It sits on a pretty bay with a steep cliff on one side.
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photo of Ciutadella


Ciutadella de Menorca is an atmospheric town with cobbled streets and a fabulous main square.
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photo of Cuevas del Drach

Cuevas del Drach

The Cuevas del Drach or 'Dragon Caves' are one of Mallorca's top tourist attractions
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photo of Deia


Deià was once the home of Robert Graves and his grave is here. Deia is one of the most beautiful villages of Spain.
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photo of Es Canar

Es Canar

Es Canar is a great family resort with a long shallow beach. The town has a pleasant fishing harbour.
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photo of Fornalutx


Fornalutx is considered to be one of the most beautiful villages of Spain. It occupies an idyllic spot surrounded by mountains.
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photo of Ibiza Town

Ibiza Town

Ibiza Town is the capital of the island and the most attractive town, with medieval walls, a pleasant old quarter and a seaside location.
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photo of Lluc


Lluc is a remote village in the mountains of the sierra Tramuntana and Mallorca's most important place of pilgrimage.
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photo of Mao


A quietly elegant town whose streets rise up from its harbour. Mao is the capital of Menorca.
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photo of Palma Cathedral

Palma Cathedral

Palma Cathedral is a stunning 14th century Gothic cathedral in Palma-de-Mallorca. It occupies a dramatic position above the Parc de la Mar and the seafront.
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photo of Palma-de-Mallorca


Palma is a beautiful city with a Moorish past. Visit the Cathedral, the Palau de l'Almudaina, the Castell de Bellver, Joan Miro's studio and much more.
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photo of Pollenca


Pollenca is an attractive and ancient small town. It is one of the most popular towns on Majorca.
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photo of Port-de-Soller


Port-de-Soller is a lovely seaside town set on a stunning bay surrounded by mountains on the north coast of Mallorca.
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Santa Eularia

Santa Eularia is a pretty town which has retained its character. It has a long sandy beach and a pleasant marina.
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photo of Soller


Soller is one of Mallorca's nicest towns and the Port de Soller is set in a beautiful bay.
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photo of Valldemossa


Valldemossa is a hill town with a monastery where George Sand and Frederic Chopin once stayed.
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