Monuments and visits of interest

A heritage that will surprise you!

For centuries the Balearic Islands have been a location prized by various civilisations.

For centuries the Balearic Islands have been a location prized by various civilisations, all of which left a legacy that will whisper to you the history of each island. Mallorca has archaeological sites such as Son Fornés, the ancient Roman city of Pollentia or the historical district of Palma, where the medieval influence is on display on sublime Gothic buildings such as the Santa Maria cathedral (La Seu), which treasures artistic artwork by Antoni Gaudí and Miquel Barceló.

In Menorca the Talaiotic archaeological sites will amaze you, with constructions that seem to have been built by giants, such as the Naveta dels Tudons or the Poblado de Talatí in Dalt.  The white island of Ibiza holds a valuable Phoenician and Carthaginian legacy, along with a beautiful walled city that is World Heritage, “Dalt Vila”, where you can stroll through ancient cobbled streets that still retain echoes of the past, with views over the infinite sea.

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Cathedral La Seu - Catedral de Mallorca (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

The jewel in the crown of Palma


Archaeological Site Taula i Talaiot de Trepucó (Maó, menorca)

The "prehistoric capital" of the eastern side of the island


Historical complex Dalt Vila (Eivissa, ibiza)

Dalt Vila is in the heart of town, housing the most representative buildings of political, religious and commercial power


Venue La Llotja (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

Commercial building, in Majorcan Gothic style


Venue Palau Reial de l'Almudaina (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

A palace with a long history


Lighthouse Cap de Barbaria (Formentera, formentera)

The moderner of the two impressive lighthouses on Formentera


Lighthouse La Mola (Formentera, formentera)

A place to take measure of the world, as Jules Verne said


Castle Bellver (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

A unique Gothic castle


Venue Banys àrabs (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

11th century baths in the centre of Palma


Church Sant Francesc Xavier (Formentera, formentera)

The house of God with doors of iron


Talaiot Talatí de Dalt (Maó, menorca)

An archaeological site that conserves intact the monumental central "T"


Archaeological Site Taula i Talaiot de Trepucó (Maó, menorca)

The "prehistoric capital" of the eastern side of the island


Archaeological Site Ciutat romana de Pol·lèntia (Alcudia, mallorca)

Outstanding Roman archaeological site, one of the most important on Majorca


Tower Canyamel (Capdepera, mallorca)

One of the best-known defence towers on Majorca thanks to its age, its good state of repair and its magnificent views


Sanctuary Lluc (Escorca, mallorca)

The first Marian sanctuary of the Balearic Islands, from the 13th century


Archaeological Site Poblat de la Torre d'en Galmés (Alaior, menorca)

One of the finest examples of talayotic villages on Minorca and the second-largest in size


Nature park S´Albufera de Mallorca (Muro, mallorca)

A wetland of high ecological value


Nature park Albufera des Grau (Maó, menorca)

The complete immersion in the nature of Menorca


natürliche Landschaft Sierra de Tramuntana (Andratx, mallorca)

A wonder of nature


Necrópolis Cala Morell (Ciutadella, menorca)

One of the prettiest necropolises of Minorca on the north coast


Aisle Es Tudons (Ciutadella, menorca)

The most emblematic funerary monument from the prehistory of Minorca


Natural Monument Torrent de Pareis (Escorca, mallorca)

A spectacular and movie-like place


Church Sant Llorenç de Balàfia (Sant Joan de Labritja, ibiza)

An example of simple religious architecture of Ibiza


Public estate Raixa (Bunyola, mallorca)

One of the most emblematic places in Majorca