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Roig not only offers you the best coaches, taxis and rental cars in Majorca: we also want to help you make the most out of your time in the Balearics so we have prepared for you this complete interactive guide to Majorca, so you can travel around this magical island with total freedom and in the best way possible. We hope you are paying attention!

Scenic routes in Mallorca

The best scenic routes around Majorca

Get ready to discover the best landscapes in Majorca at the wheel of your rental car. Because of its small surface (3,640 km²), its excellent road network and its priceless combination of sea and mountains, the island is an ideal destination to explore by car.

One of the places you really can’t miss on your route is the picturesque Sierra de Tramuntana, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2011. It is full of breath-taking corners such as Torrent de Pareis, a spectacular 3 km long canyon with 200 m high cliffs. Can you imagine?

The same can be said for Puig d’Alaró an 800 metre hill with a castle perched on tip from which you can enjoy magnificent views over the bay of Palma. Or the Santueri Castle, a fortification located in the Sierra de Levante, in the area of Felanitx, close to Cala d’Or, where we have a car rental office. The road from Valldemossa to Sóller, connects two of the most emblematic Majorcan towns, or further afield the area around Puig de Randa, including three sanctuaries, and a cave, where the philosopher and Saint Ramon Llull lived as a hermit, are all worth visiting.

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With our rent a car service in Majorca, you no longer have an excuse not to admire the best natural sites in Majorca for yourself. Three of those are the Natural Park of Sa Dragonera, a beautiful uninhabited islet just off the west coast, the Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park, which is famous for the huge variety of birdlife to be found there, and finally the S’Albufera Natural Park, the largest wetlands in the Balearic Islands.

We also recommend visiting Raixa, an old Majorcan house which is home to some of the most beautiful gardens on the island. Fonts Ufanes is an area of natural spring waters and is perfect if you are planning on travelling to Majorca, with children as you can explore the area which was declared a National Monument in 2001, and which is one of the most unique hydrological phenomena of the Balearic Islands. We don’t want to spoil it for you but if you want to see first-hand why it is such a hypnotic natural space, you must visit the Gabellí Petit estate, located in the charming town of Campanet

We must also mention the Caves of Drach, home to a constellation of stalactites and stalagmites, as well as Lake Martel, which is perfect for a magical torch lit boat ride.

Of course, this list also includes the best beaches in Majorca. One of the most paradisiacal is Es Trenc with magnificent turquoise waters, which is 6.5 km from Colonia Sant Jordi. Other noteworthy beaches to enjoy the Mediterranean are Playa de Muro, which at 5.2 km is one of the longest beaches in Majorca, Cala Estellenc, a very quiet family beach, Port d’es Canonge, a harbour with fantastic views, and the iconic Formentor lighthouse

Last but not least is the capital of the island, Palma de Majorca, sights include the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma (1229-1346), which has the largest gothic rose window in the world and a chapel decorated by Miquel Barceló and the fascinating Bellver Castle, one of the only three circular castles in Europe.

If all that is not enough then get in your rental car in Majorca and go for a drive. Our advice is that you spend some time exploring Alcúdia, one of the most unique towns on the island, thanks to its perfectly preserved town walls.

On this island, even the sky is capable of hypnotizing visitors. To prove it, you only have to visit the Astronomical Observatory of Mallorca in the town of Costitx, the easternmost observatory in Spain and the first in the Balearic Islands. It is open from 7.45 pm onwards so you can enjoy a night out which is simply out of this world.

When eating in Majorca, you must try the two most famous Majorcan products: sobrasada, a cured spicy sausage and ensaïmada a delicious pastry rolled up in a spiral. However, if you prefer to try something less clichéd, then you must try the delicious potato cakes from the village of Valldemossa.

If you are looking to practice sports in Majorca, why not try some water sports at the Royal Yacht Club in Palma, or work on your pitch on the golf course, Golf Son Vida, in Arabella.

If you prefer to go shopping in Majorca, then take note of these three items which make perfect souvenirs: pearls, leather goods from Inca and glass objects from the Gordiola Stained Glass, in Manacor.

As for local festivities in Majorca, there are many local events to add to your diary such as los Cossiers, in the town of Algaida, the feast of Saint Antony in Artà; celebrations of Moors and Christians in Pollença and, lastly, the wine festival Es Vermar, in Binissalem.

Discover the natural treasures to be found in Majorca

With our rent a car service in Majorca, you no longer have an excuse not to admire the best natural sites in Majorca for yourself. Three of those are the Natural Park of Sa Dragonera, a beautiful uninhabited islet just off the west coast, the Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park, which is famous for the huge variety of birdlife to be found there, and finally the S’Albufera Natural Park, the largest wetlands in the Balearic Islands.

We also recommend visiting Raixa, an old Majorcan house which is home to some of the most beautiful gardens on the island. Fonts Ufanes is an area of natural spring waters and is perfect if you are planning on travelling to Majorca, with children as you can explore the area which was declared a National Monument in 2001, and which is one of the most unique hydrological phenomena of the Balearic Islands. We don’t want to spoil it for you but if you want to see first-hand why it is such a hypnotic natural space, you must visit the Gabellí Petit estate, located in the charming town of Campanet

We must also mention the Caves of Drach, home to a constellation of stalactites and stalagmites, as well as Lake Martel, which is perfect for a magical torch lit boat ride.

Of course, this list also includes the best beaches in Majorca. One of the most paradisiacal is Es Trenc with magnificent turquoise waters, which is 6.5 km from Colonia Sant Jordi. Other noteworthy beaches to enjoy the Mediterranean are Playa de Muro, which at 5.2 km is one of the longest beaches in Majorca, Cala Estellenc, a very quiet family beach, Port d’es Canonge, a harbour with fantastic views, and the iconic Formentor lighthouse

Last but not least is the capital of the island, Palma de Majorca, sights include the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma (1229-1346), which has the largest gothic rose window in the world and a chapel decorated by Miquel Barceló and the fascinating Bellver Castle, one of the only three circular castles in Europe.

Places and typical products of Majorca

If all that is not enough then get in your rental car in Majorca and go for a drive. Our advice is that you spend some time exploring Alcúdia, one of the most unique towns on the island, thanks to its perfectly preserved town walls.

On this island, even the sky is capable of hypnotizing visitors. To prove it, you only have to visit the Astronomical Observatory of Mallorca in the town of Costitx, the easternmost observatory in Spain and the first in the Balearic Islands. It is open from 7.45 pm onwards so you can enjoy a night out which is simply out of this world.

When eating in Majorca, you must try the two most famous Majorcan products: sobrasada, a cured spicy sausage and ensaïmada a delicious pastry rolled up in a spiral. However, if you prefer to try something less clichéd, then you must try the delicious potato cakes from the village of Valldemossa.

If you are looking to practice sports in Majorca, why not try some water sports at the Royal Yacht Club in Palma, or work on your pitch on the golf course, Golf Son Vida, in Arabella.

If you prefer to go shopping in Majorca, then take note of these three items which make perfect souvenirs: pearls, leather goods from Inca and glass objects from the Gordiola Stained Glass, in Manacor.

As for local festivities in Majorca, there are many local events to add to your diary such as los Cossiers, in the town of Algaida, the feast of Saint Antony in Artà; celebrations of Moors and Christians in Pollença and, lastly, the wine festival Es Vermar, in Binissalem.

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Coach trips in Majorca

Would you enjoy a group activity? No problem! As well as offering the best coaches for hire in Majorca , we also offer a range of organized excursions, so that you can discover the island at your own pace.

For example, we can show you some of the most traditional markets in Majorca, such as the markets in Felanitx, Inca, Sineu or Santanyí, or travel with us to lovely spots such as the caves of Drach, the bay of Calvià or the beach of Sa Calobra.

And of course not surprisingly, we also take you to Palma and its surroundings, as well as to some of the biggest water parks on the island. This includes the Palma Aquarium, where you can see around 8,000 specimens of marine animals.

We even offer excursions to two shows in Majorca for a great night out. Son Amar is a dinner in Palmanyol enlivened with dance and music, and a vibrant flamenco show.
So don’t waste time looking all over the place, check out our interactive guide to Majorca, book one of our rental vehicles and start counting down the hours before you fall in love with an island that really does have it all.