Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Cala Major

Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró

The Catalan artist Joan Miró lived and worked at this beautiful hilltop compound, now a major museum to his life and work. Miró's friend, the architect Josep Lluís Sert, designed the studio space (much of which is p…
Aquarium in Ca'n Pastilla

Palma Aquarium

Marine-research, -conservation and -preservation programs offset any animal-welfare qualms you may have visiting the excellent Palma Aquarium. Five million litres of salt water fill the 55 tanks, home to sea critter…
Cave in Gènova

Coves de Gènova

Discovered in 1906, these caves are worth a visit, their chambers dripping with curlicued stalactites and studded with pinnacled stalagmites. You descend 36m, and see all sorts of fanciful, backlit shapes. The tempe…
Amusement Park in Palmanova & Magaluf

Western Water Park

This is the bucking bronco of Magaluf water parks, with wave pools and slides such as the Tijuana Twins, the Boomerang and The Beast, with a near-vertical 30m drop. There are quieter rides and pools for kids and the…
Amusement Park in S'Arenal

Aqualand

With 12 rides and pools, Mallorca's largest water park has plenty of splashy fun, including dedicated pools for tots, rapids, flumes and thrill-a-minute slides with names like anaconda, harakiri and kamikaze that le…