Cities, villages and tourist resorts in Mallorca

Mallorca, which has a maximum distance of 98km from end to end, gives visitors the impression that they have traveled over a much larger territory, due to its great variety of scenery and landscapes.

From the cosmopolitan capital, Palma, to charming villages lost in the majestic Tramuntana mountain range; from the huge, well-equipped tourist infrastructures of the east coast to the wild and inaccessible coves of the north of the island; passing through the farming towns of the “Pla” of Mallorca.

Each of Mallorca’s 53 towns has its own idiosyncrasies and traditions, which are the result of its location, history and evolution. Do you want to know the main cities, villages and tourist resorts in Mallorca and what to see and do in each of them before you visit them? Come and take a walk with us!

Palma, the capital of Mallorca and of the Balearic Islands

Cities, villages and tourist resorts in the north of Mallorca

Cities, villages and tourist resorts in the north-east of Mallorca

Cities, villages and tourist resorts in the southeast of Mallorca

Cities, villages and tourist resorts in the southwest of Mallorca

Cities, villages and tourist resorts in the northwest of Mallorca

Cities, villages and tourist resorts in the inland of Mallorca

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* During the winter season not all hotels and accommodation in Mallorca are open. Because of this, they may not appear on the map.