Attractions

Top Choice Viewpoint in Inca

Ermita de Santa Magdalena

For extraordinary views, make the pilgrimage to this hermitage with 13th-century origins, which sits astride the Puig de Santa Magdalena (307m). From the little chapel, your gaze will take in the full sweep of the p…
Cave in Campanet

Coves de Campanet

An eerie forest of wax-like stalactites and stalagmites, the Coves de Campanet aren't as flashy as some of Mallorca's other cave systems, and are perhaps more authentic for it. There are guided tours every 45 minute…
Winery in Santa Maria del Camí

Bodegas Macià Batle

One of Mallorca's biggest names in wine, having used the area's 300 annual days of sun to produce great grapes since 1858, Bodegas Macià Batle is based just outside of central Santa Maria. Tastings are free, or you …
Historic Building in Central Mallorca

Els Calderers

On a pretty country back road between Montuïri and Manacor, this stout rural mansion has been converted into a period museum. Els Calderers was built around 1750, on the site of an estate granted to the eponymous Ca…
Monastery in Felanitx

Santuari de Sant Salvador

One of inland Mallorca's most spectacular viewpoints, the hermitage Santuari de Sant Salvador crowns a hilltop 5km southeast of Felanitx and 509m above sea level. Built in 1348, the year of the Black Death, it's pla…
Monastery in Central Mallorca

Santuari de Nostra Senyora de Cura

This gracious monastery stands atop the 548m hill of Puig de Randa. Like most monasteries, it was built partly for defensive purposes, though supposedly the monks enjoyed the heavenly views, too. Ramon Llull lived h…
Museum in Montuïri

Museu Arqueològic de Son Fornés

Housed in an 18th-century mill on the northwest edge of town, this enthusiastic, well-curated little museum explores the prehistoric talayotic civilisation of Mallorca. Many exhibits are from the nearby Son Fornés t…
Museum in Binissalem

Casa-Museu Llorenç Villalonga

Binissalem's prosperity as a wine making town was reflected in the construction of several notable 18th- and 19th-century mansions. One that has been well preserved is Can Sabater, a country residence for the Catala…
Winery in Lloseta

Bodegas Castell Miquel

About 1.5km west of Lloseta on the road to Alaró is the German-owned and prize-winning Bodegas Castell Miquel. You can't miss the place – it looks like a little white castle. Besides wines like the 'Stairway to Heav…
Convent in Sineu

Convent de la Concepció

Between 1309 and 1349, this was the site of the Mallorcan kings' second palace (after Palma), making Sineu the de facto capital of rural Mallorca. In 1583 it was given to the Order of the Immaculate Conception, who …