Mallorca Island Map showing Hotels, Restaurants & Beaches

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Grupotel Maritimo 4 star accommodation

The Hotel Maritimo is located 150 metres from the beach and within easy access to Alcudia town and the surrounding areas.

Siesta I Apartments 3 star accommodation

Located near the historic city of Alcudia, the location of Apartamentos Siesta I is ideal for all types of sports and enjoy leisure and culture in the locality.

Villa to rent, Sleeps 6 1 star accommodation

This wonderful stone property is conveniently located within a ten minute walk of Alcudia old town, where you guests can enjoy a selection of pavement cafes and restaurants.

Bodega d'es Port Restaurant

Situated on the frontline of the port of Alcudia this restaurant is well known for it's fish dishes and traditional cuisine.

Satyricon Restaurant

The decor of this restaurant, set in an old cinema, makes you feel like you're dining in a film set such is the perfection!

Sa Taverna Tapas Bar

Fabulous tapas bar situated in the heart of the atmospheric old town of Alcudia.

Sa Placa Restaurant

Located in the main square in the scenic old town of Alcúdia, Sa Plaça offers a dining experience that is good value for money, in a pleasant and charming setting.

Piero Rossi Italian Restaurant

Fab Italian pizzeria situated in the port of Alcudia, much loved by holidaymakers as it's very child-friendly

Sa Placa Cafe Bar

A great people to meet and be seen! Lovely fresh juice, coffees and cakes make this a perfect daytime venue

Es Canyar Cafe Bar

A little oasis in the old town of Alcudia! Step through the interior to the back to find a bijou courtyard - perfect for sunny days.


The Port of Alcudia, two kilometres from the town of Alcudia, has grown considerably over recent decades. Until the mid sixties it was a small harbour with one storey houses.

Little Britain Supermarket

If you fancy some'home' conforts whilst holidaying in Alcudia then stroll down to the Little Britain shop.

Hidropark Alcudia

You get a lot for your entrance fee at the Hidropark complex.


Cala Torta

The sea at Cala Torta is a stunning combination of various hues of blue; from azure blue through turquoise to emerald green.


Finca Hotel Son Palou 4 star accommodation

The unique Finca Son Palou is a 14th century country house and is the perfect place to relax on holiday.


Son Caliu Hotel Spa Oasis 4 star accommodation

Set in subtropical gardens, the modern Son Caliu Hotel Spa Oasis is situated in a small cove between the lively resort of Palmanova and sandy beach of Puerto Portals, 12 kilometres from Palma city.

Cala Falco

Situated at just over 6 km from Magaluf this small sandy cove is 50mtrs long by 60mtrs wide. Prettily situated, it’s flanked by rocks on either side so is sheltered with calm seas so safe for swimming.

Portals Vells I, II & III

These are 3 beaches that are fairly close together and have similar characteristics. All have a sweep of golden sand in a natural setting backed by pine trees and leading down to crystal clear water.

Trattoria Rafaele Pizzeria

On the popular Santa Ponsa Plaza you'll find this cheery Italian restaurant that suits all tastes.

Ciro's Restaurant

Trendy restaurant serving fabulous food at reasonable spoil yourself!

Sakana Sushi Restaurant

This recently opened restaurant prides itself on friendly service and the freshest of ingredients makin it the perfect place for 'sushi novices'.

Port 'alt Restaurant

Set above a cliff giving stunning views over the port...could it get any better? Yes it can; fabulous food, excellent service and all in a picturesque setting

The French Coffee Shop

Delicious french-style croissants are served up here along with home cooked breakfasts, tasty lunches or tempting cakes.

Wellies Cafe/Restaurant

Situated in a prime position in the centre of Puerto Portals, Wellies is the perfect place to 'people watch' and what people! Glitzy jet setters, famous footballers and owners of expensive yachts.


A real ‘fun in the sun’ resort that is popular with everyone looking for great nightlife. Known as a ‘boisterous’ resort Magaluf is actually loved by families too, not surprisingly because of the fabulous wide beach and the close proximity to 2 of the best water-parks on Majorca.

Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is where you’ll find the ‘celtic fringe’ of Majorca! It’s extremely popular with both Scottish and Irish holidaymakers and that’s reflected in the number of bars dedicated to the ‘craic’.


An exclusive resort traditionally long favoured by wealthy international businessmen and footballers...just take a look at all the expensive cars parked around the resort!


Marineworld is a great day out for all the family to get to see a wonderful array of marinelife.

Aqualand Magaluf

Thrills and spills await you at Aqualand Magaluf water park!

Western Park

Thrillseekers can't do any better than this water park on the outskirts of popular Magaluf.


Villa for Rent (sleeps 6) 3 star accommodation

This is a wonderful rustic villa with a private pool (9x4,5 m) surrounded by spacious terraces, which offer a nice setting for your outside meals.

Es Trenc Beach

The beach of es Trenc is one of the most stunning in the Balearic Islands, and is completely natural. 3.5 kilometres long and 59 metres wide, it fine white sand slopes gently down to transparent turquoise waters.

Ses Covetes

The small beach of ses Covetes is located between those of es Trenc and sa Rapita. It's 300 metres long and 40 wide with fine white sand and crystal waters.

Es Pregons Grans & Petit

We’ve put these two beaches together for ease as the smaller beach (Petit) is really a continuation of the main beach (Grans).

Sa Rapita

This is THE most stunningly beautiful beach you could hope to see in the Med. Crystal clear turquoise waters meet gleaming white sand which stretches as far as the eye can see.

can'n picafort

Arenal de sa Canova

This fabulously long sandy beach is about 13 kms from Can Picafort and sits in an area of national interest meaning it is completely virgin territory.


Cala Mesquida

Even though this beach is quite popular we felt it was too beautiful not to be mentioned. 7 kms from Capdepera it is situated in an area of outstanding beauty.

Cala Ratjada

What a fabulous little resort this is! There’s bags of character to be found in the old town clustered around a working port that’s still operational today.


Ceramics by Joanna

Joanna has been creating ceramics in her workshop in Deia since 1980 using the colours of the island as her inspiration.

Xelini Restaurant

Reputed to be a favourite of Micheal Caine, you're just as likely to see other celebs dining here too.

Sebastian Restaurant

Located in a former stables, this 250 year old building with its stone walls and traditional furnishings helps create a wonderful ambience.

Jaimes (Juame) Restaurant

Jaime Payeras and his family opened this restaurant in 1965 to offer his beloved Mallorquin cuisine.

Supermarket Deia

Small supermarket serving Deia village selling local wines and meats.


Cala Tuent

This semi-circular pebble beach is backed by thick pine forests. Completely natural it oddly has the ruins of an old house at one end.

Sa Calobra

A truly spectacular setting must make this the most dramatically situated beach on the island.

Es Vergeret Restaurant

A stunningly situated restaurant that is perched overlooking the small beach of Cala Tuent.

Lluc Monastery

Set within a dramatic landscape high in the Tramontana mountain range is the monastery of Lluc.

Blue Gorge (Gorg Blau)

A spectacular drive along the C170 takes you from Soller to Pollenca (or vice versa) through the Blue Gorge and past its beautiful reservoirs with its well planned picnic spots.


Cala Sa Nau

This pretty little beach is quite interesting as it is close to the setting for smugglers!

Porto Colom

Claiming to be the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, this charming resort grew up around the original fishing village giving it a wonderful ambience.


Hotel Aya 4 star accommodation

Situated right on the beach of Playa de Palma, 5 minutes from the airport and 10 minutes from the city, this tranquil setting, recently renovated, offers a unique environment for recreation and water sports.

El Arenal Beach

El Arenal is also known by the name S'Arenal and is the last resort on a long stretch of of golden sand that starts at C'an Pastilla.

Cala Pi Beach

The little beach of Cala Pi isn't strictly a natural beach as there are villas built on the vertical rocks that this white sandy cove nestles into.

El Arenal

Follow the white sandy beach that stretches from Palma City and right at the end of it you’ll find the busy resort of El Arenal (also known as S’Arenal). This is a resort that’s perfect if you want to be a beach babe by day and then let yourself go at night.


Ness Beach Club

A great place to take a break from the heat whilst keeping your eye on the 'beach' action.


Hotel Cala Bona 3 star accommodation

The Hotel Cala Bona is situated in an exclusive spot in the old fishing harbour of Cala Bona and just 100 metres from the beach. It has been offering its guests a professional service since 1924 but with a “Home from Home” atmosphere.

Cala Varques

12km from Porto Cristo you will find this beautifully virgin beach of soft golden sand that is usually empty even in high season.

Porto Cristo

At the heart of this small resort is a natural harbour crammed with boats of all shapes and sizes. Historically it was a busy fishing town and it still provides great protection against the winter weather, now though mainly pleasure craft use the harbour.

Calas de Mallorca

This resort gives exactly what it says on the tin! Calas de Mallorca is a purpose built resort that is clustered around three sandy coves (or ‘calas’) suggested in the name. All are family friendly, beautifully pristine and lapped by azure waters.


Hotel Playa Esperanza 4 star accommodation

Hotel Playa Esperanza is located on the seafront of Playa de Muro beach: an oasis of peace and quiet in a privileged spot on the Mediterranean coast.

Playa de Muro

If you want to be stunned into silence by the sight of a pure white sandy beach stretching as far as the eye can see - then you’ll find it here at Playa de Muro.


Hotel Puro 5 star accommodation

This hotel combines the typical Spanish style of an eighteenth-century palace, with a trendy urban style and a casual atmosphere.

Hotel Dalt Murada 4 star accommodation

The hotel is a lovingly restored manor house that still preserves much of its original features and charm, situated in a superb location steps from the old town.

Hotel Convent de la Missio 4 star accommodation

This Palma de Mallorca hotel is near Fundacion Juan March, Plaza Mayor de Palma, and Plaza de Mercat. Another attraction in the area includes Mallorca Cathedral.

UR Palacio Avenida Hotel 4 star accommodation

Centrally located in Palma de Mallorca, this hotel is near Fundacion Juan March, Plaza Mayor de Palma, and Mallorca Cathedral.

Hotel HM Jaime III 4 star accommodation

This Palma de Mallorca hotel is near to El Corte Ingles in Palma's best shopping district, Plaza Mayor de Palma, and La Lonja.

Hotel Tryp Palma 4 star accommodation

The Hotel Tryp Palma is located in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, one kilometre from the city centre, two kilometres from the beach, and eight kilometres from the Palma de Mallorca Airport.


Fairylandia for the this is where they can get decent quality products at more than reasonable prices compared to elsewhere!

Palma de Majorca

Great for a day trip - even better for a short break. Palma has history, culture, style, glamour...and of course great shops and bars!

C'an Pastilla Beach

Can Pastilla was one of the first tourist resorts in majorca and has been popular ever since, probably due to its close proximity to Palma.

Corner Bar

A lively bar where you can catch up on sports on large screen TVs, sink a cocktail or 3 or enjoy a game of pool.

Abaco bar

This bar used to be Palma's best kept secret...a hidden world of decadence exclusively for the well monied.

Bluesville Bar (Palma)

If you love live music, and particularly blues, then this place is a must!

The Guinness House

If you wanted a beer with a view you can't do better than to stop off at The Guinness House.

La Boveda Tapas Bar

Tapas are a social food and you can't get much more social in Palma than this place. Open the door most evenings and the noise of chatter assaults you as you walk in to a warm welcome.

Tasu Restaurant

We can't recommend this place highly enough and it's definitely a favourite on our list of restaurants in the old town of Palma.

Maritimo Bar Restaurant

This is the place to come for home-cooked food at reasonable prices on the Paseo Maritimo.

Simply Fosh

THE hip place to eat in Palma is Simply Fosh. Owned by Marc Fosh, previously head chef at the Michelin starred Reads Hotel, this place has a real buzz about it!

Neo Cultural

Fab bar restaurant serving excellent tapas at a reasonable price. Located in the trendy La Lonja area.

Puro Beach Bar

Style with a capital 'S' is what you get at this uber-trendy beach bar situated in C'an Pastilla.

Anima Sealounge

Overlooking Cala Estancia beach this bar/restaurant has great views, a lively atmosphere and style coming out of its ears (if it had any!)

Nassau Beach Club

Uber-trendy beach bar situated a 10 minute stroll away from Palma City, in the up and coming area of Portixol.

DIY Tour Bus Stop

Tour Palma the easy bus!

Blue Note Jazz Club

A cool club with a capital 'C'; just mix smooth sounds with minimilistic style and throw in a rooftop view...what more could you want?

La Seu, Palma Cathedral

The well known symbol of Majorca, dedicated to St Stephen (San Sebastian) towers over the City of Palma like a guardian angel. Known as the Seo it was built on the foundation of an Arab mosque as a thank you to god by Juame I for his survival during a terrible storm at sea when on his way to re-capture Majorca from the Moors.

Almudaina Palace

Enjoy a fascinating tour full of history, gossip and intrigue.

Bellver Castle

Arab Baths

Set within the narrow streets of the old Jewish quarter (also worth a look) this is one of the few relics left over from Majorca’s Moorish times. At the entrance there’s a map of the layout of the baths showing the various rooms, however only the ‘hot’ room is now present.

Cappuccino Restaurant Bar San Nicholas

You can't go wrong with this elegant chain of cafebar / restaurants. The San Nicholas restaurant is set within a converted sewing factory and you can see the old bobbins of cotton lining the walls.

Cappuccino Palau March

Part of the Cappucchino group of cafe bars who take relaxed dining to new heights; elegant food at reasonable prices can be had from morning through to evening.

C'an Pastilla

Close to Palma and the upcoming area of Portixol is charming and sedate C’an resort of C’an Pastilla. One of the original resorts to spring up in Mallorca in the 70’s it’s stood the test of time, and amazingly it’s still popular with British holidaymakers today.

Palma Nova

Definitely one of the most popular and well known resorts on Mallorca...and you can see why! Holidaymakers enjoy a long white sandy beach backed by a wealth of modern cafe bars and restaurants.

Aqualand El Arenal

It's splashtastic fun all the way at this popular waterpark close to the resort of Arenal!


Apartments for rent Sleeps 6 1 star accommodation

Occupying a prime position this spacious sought after first floor apartment is tastefully furnished throughout and situated directly opposite the beach, commanding spectacular views of the marina and bay of Puerto Pollensa. For your convenience these apartments are accessed via a lift and stairs.

Villa for Rent Sleeps 5 1 star accommodation

Occupying a peaceful location surrounded by woodland, this idyllic hideaway offers the ideal combination of a traditional villa with superb modern, stylish furnishings, with the added benefit of air conditioning. A wonderful choice for that special holiday.

Villa Llompart 1 star accommodation

Villa for rent situated just a short drive from the resort of Puerto Pollensa where you will find many pavement cafes situated along the popular pine walk as well as a lovely sandy beach providing an array of water sport.

Es Refugi Villa 1 star accommodation

This wonderful rustic villa is set amongst mature gardens and surrounded by trees and shrubs, providing a secluded and relaxing setting for your holiday.

Stay Restaurant

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes this established restaurant was completely rebuilt in a modern style in 2006, fitting in perfectly with the trendy port area.

Ca\'n Cuarassa Restaurant

This quality restaurant is located in an old Mallorquin Manor house set in extensive gardens.

El Mojito

Lively Spanish restaurant serving typical dishes we all know and love.

L\'aup Restaurant

This restaurant is a little way out of the port area, on the turn off to Cala San Vincente, but we think a taxi ride is worth it.

Puerto Pollensa

Popular with all types of holidaymaker for many years this well known resort is dramatically situated at the end of the awe-inspiring Tramuntana mountain range. A traditional resort, it has a splendid beach and modern marina.

Cala San Vincente

A quiet, picturesque resort that is perfect for that ‘get-away-from-it-all’ holiday. Dramatically set amongst stunning scenery it has a gentle ‘informal’ air about it that brings people back time and again.

Caprobo (Puerto Pollensa)

Good sized supermarket selling meat and vegetables along with the usual products.


Hotel Los Geranios 4 star accommodation

The Hotel Los Geranios is located in Puerto de Soller, Mallorca, Spain, only eight metres from the beach, on the beachside promenade. Bars shops and restaurants are all close by.

Indoor Market Soller

Indoor market in Soller selling locally grown vegetables, fresh fish and general goods.

Agapanto Restaurant

Beautifully located restaurant offering views across the wide bay of Soller. It is particularly picturesque at night when candle lanterns adorn the tables adding the ambience of style and tranquility.

s'Atic Restaurant

An exclusive restaurant situated at the top of a 4* hotel with argueably the best views in Puerto Soller.

Es Raco Restaurant

If you want good seafood expertly cooked in the traditional Malloquin way then you have to put this family run restaurant on your list.

El Pirata

Set in the atmospheric old port area El Pirata is a stylish modern eaterie serving up asian influenced tapas.

Luna 36 Restaurant

This gem of a restaurant, situated in a former chocholate factory, is run by a mother and daughter team known for their warm hospitality.

Es Canyis Restaurant

Opened since 1954 this traditional Mallorcan restuarnt is still run by the same family.

Art Gallery

Botanical Gardens, Soller

Right in the heart of Soller you can find these wonderful botanical gardens with their rich collections of plants.

Cafe Soller

Everyone knows this cafe bar as it slap bang in the middle of the main square oposite the imposing church.


Spectacularly set in the wide valley beneath the Puig Major, at 1,445 m the highest mountain in the Tramontana mountain range, the towns prosperity is down to the humble orange.

Puerto Soller Resort

This small resort has everything a holiday by the seaside should have; a sandy beach, a beautiful marina, narrow streets to explore, quality restaurants, and even a lighthouse.

Eroski Supermarket Soller

Eroski supermarket serving the town of Soller. Has parking facilities and deli counter.

Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

Cala Millor Beach

Cala Millor beach is a fabulous swarth of soft golden sand that stretches the length of this popular family resort and on towards Cala Bona.

Cala Millor Resort

This large resort has one of the most spectacular beaches on the island and it’s just fab for watersports. Amazingly long with soft golden sand it’s backed by a promenade that runs the length of the resort eventually bringing you to the smaller resort of Cala Bona.

Cala Bona Resort

Always popular with British visitors this pretty little resort grew up around a picturesque harbour used by local fishermen. These days instead of fishing nets and warehouses the quayside has a number of cafe-bars and restaurants where holidaymakers take time out for a coffee during the day.

Sa Coma

A popular and well planned purpose built resort developed mainly in the 1980’s to cope with the demand from tourism on this pretty coastline. It’s very modern with a convenient layout,so nothing is too far to walk to, and it has plenty of green spaces which give it a lovely fresh feel and relaxed ambience.


Families love S’Illot and many return to it year after year. So what’s the attraction? Well it’s situated on a pretty stretch of coastline and has a modern promenade that runs through the resort to nearby Sa Coma – giving you two resorts for the price of one!

Santa Margalida

Son Real

Approximately 12 kms from Can Picafort, this beach is named after the torrent (river) that flows into the sea in this beach.

S’Arenal d’en Casat

Situated at 2kms from Can Picafort this wild and wonderful beach belongs to a designated area of National Interest.

C'an Picafort

A resort just perfect for a relaxed, sun-drenched holiday; 13kms of warm white sand, a sparkling blue sea just begging you to take a dip, and laid back cafe bars tempting you with a selection of tapas (small dishes typical in Spain).

Santa Ponsa

Da Vinci Restaurant

Da Vinci Restaurant is in THE perfect location overlooking the pretty marina in Santa Ponsa.

Miguel Restaurant

Well renowned Spanish restaurant with a old fashioned high quality service.

No 8 Bar and Grill

This modern bar and grill provides a relaxed stylish atmosphere in which superb food, following a contemporary theme, is served.

Syp Supermarket Santa Ponsa

Syp supermarkets are part of the Eroski chain of shops which are open every day except bank holidays.


El Pino Apartments for Rent 3 star accommodation

Airconditioned apartments for rent situated in Cala Ferrera near Cala D´or. From a private terrace you have access to the communal pool area.

Marvista Apartment for Rent 3 star accommodation

First Floor Superluxury 3 bedroom apartment (2double beds ensuite, 1 bedrooms with two singles and adjoining bathroom) Living room like a glass veranda overlooking the beautiful harbour inlet of Cala dOr Marina.

Villa Esperanza for Rent  star accommodation

Superb luxury and comfortable 3 bedroom villa, and all bedrooms are en suite. The villa has Air Conditioning throughout. Large kitchen, fully equipped, dining room adjoined.

Villa Jeroni to Rent 1 star accommodation

This impressive villa is set back from the resort of Cala d'or in the quiet area of S'Horta yet within easy reach of Cala d'or centre.

Villa for 6 to Rent 1 star accommodation

Steps lead from the parking area to this attractively furnished villa, which is located within a 10 minute walk of the quaint resort of Porto Petro, which offers a selection of restaurants nestled around its sleepy cove.

Cala Llombards Beach

Cala Llombards, surrounded by a development of the same name, is a very quiet area popular with the many families who holiday here in summer.


S'Amarador is a swarth of white sand situated within walking distance of the more popular beach of Cala de ses Fonts de n'Alís.

Cala en Tugores and Cala Caragol

Both these beaches are most Southern in Majorca and are divided by a small strip of rocky land – so easy to do either or both once you’ve found them!

Cala d'Or

Those who’ve visited the island of Ibiza will think they’ve gone to the wrong island when they land Majorca's Cala d'Or!


Portopetro, which still appears to be a small fishing village, has become a large size tourist centre with many houses and the holiday town of Club Mediterranee, which has taken over most of Caló de sa Torre and despite the proximity to Cala d'Or, conserves its traditional character.

Ses Salines

Can Curt Beach

This wild coastal area of the southern end of Majorca is characterized by a landscape which is very eroded by wind and sea. The coast is generally no higher than 2mtrs.

Es Carbo

A perfectly unspoiled are surrounds this white sandy beach it is worth the hike from the village of Colònia de Sant Jordi or ses Salines for those that enjoy walking.

Es Dolc

Es Dolç is a pretty white beach only 300 metres from Colònia de Sant Jordi and close to the fishing port and marina so is often quite busy.

Colonia Sant Jordi

A very quiet, simple resort which is popular with whose that enjoy hiring a car and exploring. Situated on a beautiful stretch of coastline it has the advantage of being within easy driving distance of some of the most stunning beaches on Mallorca.


Monastery (Valldemossa)

Valldemossa has a gem of a monastery (La Cartuja) that will forever be linked to the composer Chopin and the writer George Sands.

Santa Catalina Shrine (Valldemossa)

Mallorca's patron saint is Santa Catalina who was born in Valldemossa in 1531 and the house in which she was born is now a shrine.

Costa Nord (Valldemossa)

Costa Nord is a cultural centre set up by the hollywood actor Michael Douglas to promote the natural beauty and history of Majorca.

Cappucchinos Valldemossa

Fabulously stylish cafe bar where you can sit and watch the world go by in the summer months.


Made famous by George Sands and the composer Chopin, Valldemossa is a mountain village built around the Monestry in which they found shelter.

Supermarket Valldemossa

Small independent supermarket serving the centre of Calldemossa.

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