We want you to enjoy and take home the best memories of your trip, so we have designed a super nice and complete map of Mallorca, with the main attractions to make sure you don’t miss anything when you come.
You can consult this Mallorca map on your mobile phone and use it as a guide to trace your itinerary during your trip and, at the same time, it can be one of the souvenirs you keep of your days on the island.
Download the map of Mallorca
Where is Mallorca?
The island of Mallorca is located in the Balearic Islands, in the Mediterranean Sea, facing the eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula and between the islands of Menorca and Ibiza.
Information about the map of Mallorca
Once you have downloaded your tourist map, you will be interested to know how to get around Mallorca, since it is the largest of the islands of the archipelago, it is essential to have a vehicle to travel around it.
The truth is that public transport in Mallorca is quite limited, especially if you intend to visit areas far from the capital, so we recommend that you hire a car and explore the island at your own pace.
The map will be very useful, both when organising what to see in Mallorca and when you start enjoying your trip, as it includes all the essential places you can’t miss during your holidays.
In it you will locate the incredible Mallorcan beaches, from the best known ones such as Es Caló des Moro, Cala s’Almunia and Playa de Muro to other less sought after beaches, but with the same crystalline waters, such as the beach of Cala Figuera or Cala Barques. The island has a total of 262 listed beaches, covering 500km of coastline, so whichever area you choose you will find a beach you will love.
But as well as beaches, Mallorca offers a natural and cultural heritage worthy of admiration, such as the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range and its idyllic villages… Did you know that Valldemossa and Fornalutx, in particular, have been declared two of the most beautiful villages in Spain? Include the mountain range in your tour and take the opportunity to contemplate the sunset at the viewpoint known as Mirador de Na Foradada, in Deià.
And talking of viewpoints, in Mallorca you will find many scattered around the island, as well as lighthouses, imposing and with that magic and mystery that characterises them. Head north and let yourself be fascinated by the views from the Mirador de Colomer viewpoint and the Faro de Formentor lighthouse in Puerto Pollença. In our opinion, this is definitely one of the areas you can’t miss…
All this, as well as cultural sights, tourist information offices, dive sites and much more on your Mallorca map.
Don’t hesitate! Download it, take it with you and enjoy your holidays. Mallorca awaits you!