Although we do warn you that, once they have settled in, our guests usually feel so much at home that they do not want to move, we recommend that you find a little time for enjoying the many other attractions offered by the island.
The range of culture on offer in Mallorca can tend to go unnoticed, but it is considerable. In Palma there are important museums and exhibitions: the Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation, the Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the March Foundation, the Museum of Mallorca, the La Caixa Foundation, etc…
The view of the inland part of the island from a hot air balloon in the morning when the wind is calm is a unique, unforgettable experience..
Being able to contemplate the coast of Mallorca from the sea is another very special experience.
One of the virtues of our island is that very diverse landscapes are concentrated in a relatively small space. For keen hikers, there are two very attractive mountainous areas ideal for walking.
Going down to Palma, a custom of country people. What to see. What do country people do when we “go down to Palma”? Where to eat. It is always a good idea to take the chance to discover Palma, the tourist capital of the Mediterranean.
Surroundings on two wheels If you like running or going on bike rides, around Son Alegre there is a whole network of local tracks flanked by the traditional stone walls that surround the plots of land.
Taking Son Alegre as a starting point, you can go to some really charming and authentic inland Mallorcan towns and villages.