Discover our selection of things to do in Mallorca. If you are a resident or are planning your next visit to Mallorca, in this space you will find a proposal of places to visit on the island. Browse our plans section and find inspiration for your next getaway.
We recommend the places we like the most along with practical information if you decide to travel with Muvon: the approximate time you need, how much it will cost you to rent a car and nearby charging points to charge your car.
In addition to information about travelling by car you will find recommendations on what to do or where to eat in the area and other tips to keep in mind during your trip.
Muvon is a Mallorcan company and so is the team that makes it up, so most of the plans we recommend are the ones we like ourselves to get to know the island and discover new places.
We hope you find this guide interesting and that you enjoy moving around Mallorca in a sustainable way.
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Things to do and see in Mallorca
Talayot Capocorb Vell
We approach the Capocorb Vell talayot, one of the most important and best-preserved talayotic settlements in Mallorca from the Iron Age.
A stroll through Fornalutx in the Sierra de Tramontana, recognised as one of the most beautiful villages in Spain.
A stroll through Alcudia, in the north of the island, famous for its beaches and the medieval walls surrounding the old town.
Playa de Muro
We visit Playa de Muro, one of the most unspoilt and best preserved beaches in the north of Mallorca.
Cala del Mago
Discover everything you can do in Cala del Mago and Portals Vells beach. We recommend what to see and where to eat in one of the most charming beaches in Mallorca.
Es Trenc Beach
Discover all that Es Trenc Beach in Campos has to offer. What to see, what to do and where to eat on one of the most visited beaches in Mallorca.
Calcareous auditoriums to the turquoise sea after a meandering journey. Discover all that the cove of Sa Calobra in the Sierra de Tramontana has to offer.
What to see and do in Sóller and the history behind this northern Mallorcan town. Oranges, corsairs and Art Nouveau – read on!
Illustrious visitors in the Sierra de Tramuntana. Chopin and George Sand staying at the Charterhouse. Michael Douglas looking out to sea and eating a Coca de Patata.