Five times larger than Ibiza or Menorca and dominated by a rugged mountain range, the island of Mallorca seems made for outdoor adventure, both on the coast and further inland. Many of the island's 10 million annual visitors head straight for the beachfront resorts, but there's a whole lot more to see in addition to the beaches. Here are some of our favorites.
In the Water
The Palma Islands are famous for their beaches and beautiful waters, so they are must-have items on any itinerary. One of the most relaxing ways to enjoy the sights is on a sailing trip along the coast—whether aboard a single hull or catamaran, sailing adventures cover a lot of the island in just a short amount of time, with ample opportunity for swimming, sun bathing, snorkeling and dolphin watching.