Spanish tapas allow diners to taste many small meals at once. Think of your walking journey in Mallorca the same way. Picturesque coastal towns. Soaring mountain ranges. Golden Mediterranean beaches. Rustic old-world fincas. Welcoming locals. Incredible food. Once you have a taste of Mallorca, you'll want to come back again and again.
1-2 Admire the Tramuntana Mountains and sapphire sea from picturesque Port de Pollença | Hike past dramatic cliffs, silvery-green olive groves and tranquil beaches | Visit the Coves Blanques and discover the history of these rock-carved caves | Explore the Serra de Tramuntana, a World Heritage landscape.
3 Follow a spectacular trail to Alcúdia Peninsula, one of Mallorca's largest and most scenic natural spaces | Climb to the lookout point at Talaia d'Alcûdia and be awed by extraordinary views | Taste the rich flavors of fresh olive oil, the region's specialty | Soak up the Mediterranean sun and relish the gentle sea breezes.
4 Embark on an exhilarating Zodiac boat ride from Cala Sant Vicenç to Port de Sóller | Cruise past rugged coastal cliffs, hidden caves and quaint fishing villages | Hike on a forested path along the coast past traditional houses, mills, monasteries and sunny terraces | Dine in Deià, one of Spain's most famous culinary hot spots, where there is no shortage of spectacular Mediterranean fare.
5-6 Meander through the enchanting Moorish hamlet of Valldemossa | Walk along a stretch of the historic Camí de s'Arxiduc, a dramatic crest trail | Sample delicious tapas, paella and Mallorcan cuisine | Sway to Spanish guitar played by a local guitarrista | Explore the exquisite architecture and old-world charm of bohemian Deià.