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Cruises to Mallorca

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The 2024 No-Fly Spain, Portugal & Mediterranean

Celebrity Apex 03 Aug 2024 13 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

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Itinerary: Southampton - Porto - Lisbon, Portugal - Valencia, Spain - Barcelona, Spain - Ibiza, Spain - Palma De Mallorca, Spain - Seville - Southampton
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Queen Victoria 18 May 2026 14 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Barcelona

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Itinerary: Barcelona, Spain - Toulon - Livorno (Florence), Italy - Ibiza, Spain - Valencia, Spain - Barcelona, Spain - Palma de Mallorca, Spain - Ajaccio, Corsica - Messina, Sicily, Italy -..…
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2024 No-Fly Jewels of the Mediterranean

Ambience 03 Oct 2024 21 nights No-Fly Cruise London Tilbury

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Itinerary: London (Tilbury) - Leixoes for Oporto - Lisbon - Cadiz for Seville - Ajaccio, Corsica, France - Cannes - Livorno - for Florence & Pisa, Italy - Civitavecchia - for Rome, Italy -...
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What to see in Mallorca

Mallorca, the largest Balearic Island, is a Mediterranean haven known for its diverse landscapes. It features picturesque beaches, rugged mountains and charming villages. This Spanish gem offers a blend of natural beauty, historic treasures and vibrant culture, making it a sought-after destination for relaxation and exploration.

The historic centre of Palma de Mallorca is an hour’s walk from Palma de Mallorca’s cruise terminals, though tempting distractions en route mean it will certainly take a little longer. Immediately outside Porto Pi stands the seventeenth-century San Carlos Castle, built to defend the natural port from pirates and barbarians. It is now a military museum, boasting ancient artefacts, artillery, uniforms and a peaceful bar within its well-preserved edifice. If shopping takes your fancy, the Centro Comercial Porto Pi is also on the port’s doorstep. Stop here to browse numerous stores, to grab a bite to eat or to pick up an ice cream for the onward journey.

Along the palm-lined waterfront, you’ll find numerous luxury boats, yachts and schooners. Choose your favourite vessel as you walk towards town, passing al fresco bars, restaurants and art galleries such as Es Baluard. At the end of this scenic stretch, Palma’s imposing 'La Seu' cathedral dominates the view. Admire the magnificent exterior of this sandstone gem, which dates back to the fourteenth century and combines a variety of architectural styles. Head inside to discover how Antoni Gaudí and Miquel Barceló made their marks on its Gothic interior. Don’t miss the 12 metre stained glass window, the Portal del Mirador or the controversial skull-adorned St Peter’s Chapel. If your feet aren’t too tired, explore the nearby Moorish Placa de l'Almudaina, visit the 600-year-old symbol of peace at the heart of Plaza de Cort or stroll the market-lined streets for local souvenirs.

For sun-kissed sands, head west from the port to Cala Major Pelican Beach or pass the city centre to reach Ca'n Pere Antoni. A little further along is the family-friendly Playa de Palma, where soft sands and clear waters offer the chance of swimming, sunbathing and water sports. If sailing and secluded snorkelling are what you seek, take a boat trip past the dramatic west coast to idyllic coves in the east or to the southern Cabrera Archipelago National Park.

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