Also known as the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, this sprawling Gothic building with jagged spires and large circular, stained glass windows is unlike anywhere else. This ornate structure dominates Palma's skyline with its elaborate facade creating a great backdrop for photos. The cathedral began construction in the 14th century and finished in the 17th century. A must-see attraction.
A popular attraction in Majorca, the Caves of Drach in the town of Porto Cristo is a network of four massive caves. Enormous stalagmites and stalactites decorate the caverns and there's a huge underground lake with shimmering turquoise waters. Wander the cave and enjoy a boat ride across the lake complete with a concert of live music.
The Royal Palace of La Almudaina is a spectacular Muslim fortress later rebuilt by Christians in the Gothic style. This historic building features grand lavish rooms with period furnishings, vast archways, pools and a photogenic facade with Arabic-esque pillars and squat turrets. Sat directly opposite Palma Cathedral, the palace creates a truly spectacular backdrop.
One of the best beaches in Majorca, Playa de Muro is located on the north coast. A long stretch of soft golden sand gently curves into the far distance, shallow turquoise waters lap the shore and pine and juniper trees scent the air, creating a tranquil atmosphere. You'll find the white sands of Alcudia beach nearby too, another Majorcan favourite.
Bellver Castle is a 14th-century circular fortress with four round towers – a rare sight in Europe. It's perfectly preserved on a wooded hillside, adding to its wow factor. Take the stone staircase to the roof and admire panoramic views of Majorca. Inside, you'll find a brilliant museum, too, so you can learn about the island and its history.