Things to do in Magaluf

Our most recommended things to do in Magaluf

From Mallorca: Caves of Drach Day Trip with Hotel Transfers

1. From Mallorca: Caves of Drach Day Trip with Hotel Transfers

Explore the natural wonder and beauty of the Caves of Drach in Manacor. Learn from your guide about their history and formation, and finish your visit with a stop to find out about the Manaacor pearl farming industry. After being picked up, head straight to the caves, formed millions of years ago by the water pressure of the Mediterranean Sea. The Caves of Drach comprise 4 separate and gigantic caves full of impressive stalagmites and stalactites. The most interesting attraction of these caves is their 177-meter-long underwater lake, known as Lake Martel. While inside the caves, admire a light show synchronized with the melodies of a small orchestra. Finish your visit with a stop at an exhibition on Manacor's pearl farming industry. Learn all about the manufacturing process of these classic gems. Or, if you choose the full-day option, continue with a visit to the Caves del Hams, famous for its fish-hook-shaped stalactites and stalagmites—the cause of their unique shape is still unknown. Then, finish off your full-day tour with a visit to the beautiful Porto Cristo, on the eastern coast of the island.

Mallorca: Island Tour with Boat & Train Ride from the South

2. Mallorca: Island Tour with Boat & Train Ride from the South

Discover Mallorca in a variety of ways on this day trip from the south. Be picked up in a comfortable and air-conditioned bus, take the famous Tren de Soller tram, and enjoy a boat trip to La Calobra Cove. Enjoy pickup from your hotel anywhere in Arenal, Can Pastilla, Palma, Costa den Blanes, Cala Major, Portals, Palmanova, Magalluf, Santa Ponsa, Paguera, or Camp de Mar. Take a ride on the island's legendary wooden electrical train. This is the perfect vantage point to admire the most beautiful landscapes in the Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue with a boat trip to La Calobra Cove. Stop for lunch, and enjoy some time at your leisure. You'll also visit the Torrent de Pareis, a narrow mouth of a torrent between two cliffs. 

Cap de Formentor: Market, Beach, and Alcudia or Sineu Tour

3. Cap de Formentor: Market, Beach, and Alcudia or Sineu Tour

Visit a traditional market to meet local people and discover the sights, smells, and flavors of this region. On Sundays visit the town of Alcudia, which is a beautiful place full of history. Admire the city walls encircling the Old Town.  On Wednesday visit the town of Sineu, which is equally beautiful. At beautiful Beach "Playa de Formentor", you'll have free, time depending on the weather, during which you can enjoy the views and relax. Return on a coastal route with panoramic views from the seaside cliffs. 

Santa Ponsa, Mallorca: Cabrio Sports Car Tour

4. Santa Ponsa, Mallorca: Cabrio Sports Car Tour

Discover some of the most beautiful sites Mallorca has to offer on a convertible sports car tour. Leave Santa Ponsa, driving an elegant two-seater Cabrio and make your way through Son Ferrer, Magaluf, and Palmanova, visiting the coast of Calvia. Enjoy your first stop at Port Portals, one of the island's luxury harbors. With beautiful views of the southwest coast, drive to the capital, Palma. Driving along Paseo Maritimo, visit the cathedral and have a short break. Continue towards Esporles and Estellenchs, driving the windy roads of Serra de Tramuntana. In Estellencs, stop for a drink and walk up to the Ricardo Roca Viewpoint, one of the most popular places on the excursion. Make your way over the mountains passing through Port de Andratx and Camp de Mar. Drive through Cala Fornells, which offers beautiful scenery overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Pass through Paguera and end the tour in Santa Ponsa.

Mallorca: Soller Port and Valldemossa

5. Mallorca: Soller Port and Valldemossa

Explore the most beautiful town of the Sierra de Tramuntana in Valldemossa. Learn the history and secrets of this place and visit the main points of interest with your informative guide.  Enjoy free time discover the port of Soller. This beautiful natural port is situated in the Sierra de Tramuntana. A little treasure coveted in the corsairs offering irreplaceable scenery and mixing the perfume of orange blossom and the aroma of the sea. 

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What people are saying about Magaluf

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 2,550 reviews

Great trip offering the full range of experiences from tortuous coach trip through the mountains, to wonderful boat trip to the lovely port of Soller, to the tram from the port and then the wooden train through the orange groves back to Palma. A chance to swim in the beautiful sea at La Calobra a massive bonus too - take your swim suit and flip flops. Worth every penny.

It is a great program, the two caves are marvellous. Well organised trip with a longer free time at Porto Cristo, so you can swim in the sea. Please, if you book this excursion tell your kids beforehand that it is NOT funny to hold a clapping contest while the quartet plays classical music at the lake in the cave.

Fantastic way to see lots of the island in one day. Breath taking views throughout the whole trip. Swam in Sa Calobra - well worth it.

Alejandro is en excellent guide, the program is well organised. We definitely recommend both the agency and the exact activity.

Excellent service by very experienced staff 5 * well done guys