Updated: Jun 8
Mallorca has more than its fair share of stunning scenery. Nestled amongst this beautiful landscape are some of the Mediterranean's most picturesque villages and towns anywhere. Considering everything from charming churches and quaint cobbled streets, to gorgeous views and beautiful squares, we’ve hand-picked out four of our favorites villages here.
This picture-perfect hilltop village's character is mostly comes from its stone houses and their red tiled roofs appearing to cascade down the mountain. Fornalutx is a charming place to wander around with the narrow cobbled streets are and well-conserved rustic architecture.
This tiny village is located in the south-west of the island and sits up high in the Tramuntana mountain range, offering stunning views of the beautiful countryside towards the sea. Galilea is a rustic and sleepy village, with many beautiful houses dotted around the surrounding hills. In the centre of the village stands an 18th-century church with a large cobbled terrace out front. A trip to this village is all about the peace, quiet and majestic views.
Soller is a traditional Mallorcan town set in a lush valley full of olive groves and citrus trees. with a historic wooden train running through a tunnel in the mountains to Palma. The main square is vibrant and buzzing with locals in the many cafés and restaurants, and is overlooked by the Sant Bartomeu church.
This picturesque hill-top village has a long history of attracting artists and musicians to its wealthy playground with a hint of a bohemian enclave. Cobbled streets, impressive stone houses with their green shutters, and gorgeous views of mountains and the sea give the atmosphere there a sleepy rustic charm.
Planning on visiting Mallorca soon? Incorporate a visit to one (or all) of these four awe-worthy villages into your itinerary. Contact us here to start planning!