Mallorca is one of the most visited destinations summer after summer. Although the island is known for its sun and beach tourism, the truth is that the largest island of the Balearic archipelago offers much more than that. Without going any further, it has a great cultural and historical value that is reflected in its inland and coastal villages, which still preserve elements from hundreds of years ago. For this reason, we invite you to visit the 5 charming villages of Mallorca and walk its streets, surprising you at every step.
5 charming towns to visit in Mallorca
The arrival of spring and good weather is the perfect time to enjoy the getaway that you so much need to disconnect from the routine. Treat yourself to a trip of relaxation and tranquillity and discover 5 charming towns in Mallorca:
Alcúdia. Once the old capital of Mallorca, it is located in the northwest of the island. It still preserves many Roman elements that bring us closer to that historical stage and that provide it with enormous cultural wealth. The city has Roman remains of what was once called Pollentia, such as the amphitheatre and the forum. Being a coastal town, it has the Port of Alcudia, the largest in Mallorca at a commercial level.
Fornalutx. This is considered one of the prettiest towns on the island, and it's no wonder. Its steep stone streets full of vegetation and picturesque houses that create a unique atmosphere make it so special. One of its main attractions is its church, which dates back to the 13th century. A visit that, however, is worth it.
Pollensa. With a location next to Sierra de Tramuntana, this town is ideal to spend the day and enjoy long walks, climb the 365 steps to El Calvario or visit the Roman Bridge to discover the curious history that accompanies it. A few kilometres from Pollensa is Cabo de Formentor, another essential visit to the island that provides dreamlike views.
San Telmo. This fishing village is one of the most outstanding on the island due to its impressive views of Dragonera island. With an always relaxed atmosphere that invites you to enjoy the tranquillity of the island, it has some of the most outstanding and least frequented coves and beaches in Mallorca.
Valldemossa. Finally, about 20 km from Palma is one of the most beautiful inland villages in the Balearic archipelago. Surrounded by olive trees, it has narrow stone streets and an old town that is practically the same as it was centuries ago. Thanks to its great tourist attraction, it has become one of the most visited points in Mallorca.
Where to stay to visit the towns of Mallorca?
One of the best places to stay when visiting the island is Cupido Boutique Hotel, a hotel located on Peguera beach with good communication with the most attractive points of the island and with all the necessary services to enjoy a Totally comfortable stay. A hotel with a spa, swimming pool and a wide gastronomic offer, so you don't miss anything on the island. Book your stay, we are waiting for you!