In Majorca there is a range of many attractions. We have gathered some of them for you here.
Aqualandia “El Foro de Mallorca”
Amusement park. Within a castle of medieval style the following entertainment offers exist:
1. Visit to the watch tower museum, 2. Water fun park with water slides, swimming pools, go-carts, mini golf, air castle, rocket diving boards and a shopping centre.
4 restaurants, cafeteria, 4 private salons, gardens and an entertainment zone are also part of the offer.
Carretera Palma-Alcudia, km 25, Binisalem. tel.: 971 511228 / 971 512005.
Generous park in Alcudia with various slides and pools. Also a playground and children’s pool, cafeteria, pizzeria and self service restaurant, piknik area and lots more. Free parking. Daily bus connections.
Avenida Tucán, Alcudia. tel: 971 891672.
1. May – 31. October 10.30 am – 06.00 pm, daily.
Adults 15,00 € – children under 13 years 8,00 € – children under 6 years free
The first water fun park in Majorca. The different water slides lead to a large, nicely created lake. The aqua park also offers a bar and a cafeteria, a pizzeria and a fast food restaurant, various shopping stores and lots more. Free parking.
Cala Figuera, Magaluf. tel.: 971 130811.
10.00 am – 06.00 pm, daily.
Adults 17,50 € – children 11,50 € – children under 4 are free
A dolphin-and sea lion show, which is mainly appealing to young guests. A parrot show is also featured there, as well as a shark aquarium, penguins, flamingos, monkeys, aviaries with many tropical birds and a mini zoo. The “pearl diver” birds with the nearby Polynesian bar are a further attraction. A cafeteria, snack bar and restaurant offer small meals and refreshments. A small piknik in the piknik zone is also possible.
Costa d’en Blanes, Calvia. Tel: 971 675125.
9.30 am – 05.00 pm, daily.
Adults 17,00 € – children 11,50 € – children under 4 free
Exotic Parque – Los Pajaros
Parrot show. Many exotic birds, pretty cacti and a variety of island plants.
Calas de Mallorca. Tel. 971 183492. Manacor. 10.00 am – 07.00 pm
By Ses Salines. Europe’s largest botanic garden. The planting reminds of tropical vegetation. Fore than 400 different plants can be found and 12000 kinds of cacti, e.g. the “Carnegiea Gigantea” from Arizona (over 300 years old), among others. In an area of 25000 m² local plants are grown, e.g cypresses, olives, almond trees and pomegranates.
An exploration tour through areas that can’t be reached by bus or car. An adventure jeep takes you there, although these are criticized because of environmental concerns.
After Majorcans spent centuries fighting pirates, they now go on pirate trips themselves. These can get quite loud, but are still a lot more peaceful than back in the day. They mostly start off from a nearby bay and then sail along the coast, explore different bays and stop at one of them to bathe and eat. Plenty of drinks are always on board.
Glas Bottom Boat
Glas bottom boats are present in many holiday resorts. But one shouldn’t expect too much. Most of the time one doesn’t see much of the underwater world, apart from a few fish. At least there is also a fun factor. If you want to discover the Mediterranean sea under the water’s surface, the best bet is to buy snorkeling equipment and go to favorable areas, of which there are many on the island.
is an old country estate – 3000 m² large – ist ein altes Landgut – 3000 m² groß – furnished as a ethnographic museum with saloons, dining rooms, music rooms, bed rooms, patios and prisons. The outdoor are features spacious gardens, ponds, fountains, typical plants and ancient trees.You will also find old bird and pet species that used to be part of a Majorcan farm. Free tasting of Majorca’s wines, bred, ham and cheeses is also possible here. Craftsmen in originally equipped craft workshops demonstrate the art of candle making, cobbling, perfuming and iron forging. Twice a week folk dance and folk music are performed along with the demonstration of the craftsmanship and the horse dressage. In a cafeteria and restaurant one can be convinced by Majorca’s culinary specialties.
Carretera Esporles – Puigpunyent km 2, Esporles. tel.: 971 610 032
Open daily 10.00 am – 07.00 pm (summer), 10.00 am – 06.00 pm (winter).