Majorca is a place that feeds the senses, where pine and citrus trees scent the air and postcard-perfect views capture the eye at every turn. In Palma, the capital of the island, you can see the gigantic Palma Cathedral with its Gothic spires, then cross the road to explore the lavish Almudaina palace. Walk the massive yacht-lined harbour, discover the unique circular castle of Bellver and relax on one of many gold or white-sanded beaches. Enjoy museums, art galleries, aquariums, botanical gardens and lively cafes. On the northwest coast, Deia is amongst the prettiest and most famous villages in Majorca. You'll find traditional stone-built houses with green shutters and ochre-coloured walls clustered below the pine-rich peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. It's an affluent village popular with artists and there are a few interesting museums and galleries to be explored, along with secret bays and hidden coves. Situated between mountains, forests, world-class manicured golf courses, a pristine coastline with a long sandy beach and a harbour home to superyachts, Santa Ponsa is a playground of experiences. Relax on the sand, try water-based activities like scuba diving or jet skiing, hike mountain trails or climb and zip line about in the forest canopy at Jungle Parc. Enjoy lots of upmarket boutiques and local markets too.