Lunch and drinks not included. Not recommended for guests with limited mobility. Tram seats are not guaranteed as it is a form of local transport that can't be reserved. Excursion can run in reverse order.
Majorca is full of beauty and charm but one small corner of the west is bursting with both. This exclusive tour takes you to Valldemossa – perhaps the prettiest town of all – the Deia coastline and Soller for an enchanting rail journey. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.
Wonderfully preserved Valldemossa is nestled in a valley in the Tramuntana Mountains. A maze of cobbled streets leads from one picturesque church to another. Classical great Chopin lived here though Majorcans know it better for its sponge cakes. There’s also a visit to Son Marroig, a palace once owned by an Austrian archduke – the coastal views are epic.
You’ll have free time in Port de Soller before hopping onto the tram to Soller, passing narrow tracks behind homes. In Soller, the main square is a must for its modernist architecture. Here, board an antique train carriage and zig-zag your way through the mountains.
Train and tram fares
Entrance fee to Son Marroig
Exclusive TUI itinerary
Free time in Valldemossa, Port de Soller and Soller
Son Marroig palace and Deia coastal views
Tram from Port de Soller to Soller
Cross the Tramuntana Mountains in an antique train
This tour takes you to the heart of Majorca’s wine country to sample the fruits of two renowned wineries. We’ll head to the pretty town of Santa Maria del Cami to visit Macia Batle and Ramanyà to taste reds, whites and rosés as well as nibble on typical local snacks. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.
Our first stop is Macia Batle for an insight into the vineyard and its history. Four wines will be uncorked for you to sample – a crisp white, a fruity rosé, and two red crianzas. You’ll also get to sample locally produced snacks.
Next, you’ll make the short trip to Ramanyà. Here, you’ll be given a tour of the vineyard and cellar, taking in the collection of rural artefacts before learning how its wines are produced. Then, it’s the best part – you’ll taste three wines of your choice and sample traditional Majorcan wheat biscuits.
Wine tastings and Majorcan snacks
Adults only excursion. Lunch is not included. The order of the itinerary is subject to change
Exclusive TUI Itinerary
Bodega Macia Batle wine tasting
Bodega Ramanyà wine tasting
Tucked into the very north of Majorca, the Pollença area boasts the best of both worlds. You’ll get to discover both the history-steeped Pollença proper and the elegant seaside town of Port de Pollença on this exclusive excursion. There’s free time to explore the farmers’ market and wander the promenade.
The fun kicks off in Pollença, which lies in the plain where the Tramuntana Mountains meet the sea. You’ll have a couple of hours to check out the market. Or climb the cypress-lined 365 steps that lead to the Calvari church – the views over the town and surrounding area are fantastic. Then we’ll make the short hop to Port de Pollença. Its seafront is lined with stylish villas and hotels from various golden ages. You’ll also find upmarket eateries serving net-fresh seafood.
From June to September we’ll take a short boat trip over to Playa Formentor. This beach is unique and rather beautiful – on one side you have clear turquoise water and on the other, lush green forest. And the shallow bay makes it perfect for swimmers. A stop at the viewpoint Mirador Es Colomer rounds off the day.
Lunch and drinks not included.
In May, September & October the boat trip is not included.
Free time in Port de Pollença
Free time in Pollença market
Views of Formentor peninsula
Free time at Playa Formentor
Boat trip from June to September
Three of eastern Majorca’s most colourful attractions are on the menu in this full day excursion. You’ll visit a popular farmers’ market, one of Mallorca’s famous stalactite-filled caves and a pearl factory. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.
It all kicks off with a trip to a traditional farmer’s market – a tradition going back to the Middle Ages – which brings together farmers, craftsmen and would-be buyers of fresh produce and leather goods. Expect noise. Expect colour. And expect scents – from aromatic herbs to pungent cheeses. This is Majorca in its purest form.
Next up, we’ll head to one of Mallorca’s dramatic cave systems. With underwater lakes, a concert on water and stalagmites and stalactites it’s as though they’ve come straight out of a movie. Clever lighting and atmospheric background music enhance the experience. The final stop is a chance to appreciate island artisans at work with visits to the Manacor pearl factory and a ceramics centre.
Entrance fee to Caves
Local liquer tasting
Not suitable for guests with reduced mobility. Filming and photography not allowed in the caves
Mountains, cliffs, and vast fields – the Serra de Llevant range in the east of the island has much to offer. Discover authentic farms, ancient towns and dramatic caves in one great day. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.
You’ll pay a visit to a traditional farm in Santa Margalida where they grow aloe vera - the precious medicinal plant used in many health and beauty products. Then it’s off to Arta. Crisscrossed with narrow cobblestone streets, this ancient town is perfect for a lazy stroll. Elsewhere, you'll visit a traditional market that offers the chance to try some local delicacies.
One of Mallorca’s highlights is its labyrinth-like network of cave systems. And to round off your day you’ll visit the spectacular Caves of Hams to explore the stalactites, stalagmites and lakes that you can find in these underground worlds.
Sturdy footwear required
Exclusive TUI itinerary
Aloe vera farm
Arta town and market
Guided tour of caves
As combinations go, it’s hard to beat a sunset cruise with a dolphin-watching expedition. But that’s exactly what this evening excursion is all about. You’ll sail on a superfast boat off the coast of Puerto del Carmen and search for dolphins, and then watch the sun sink into the horizon. What’s more, sparkling wine and pastries are included.
The Biosfera sails from Puerto del Carmen marina early in the evening. For more than two hours, your captain will take you to waters famed for their dolphins. Sightings are not guaranteed – but the skipper will spare no effort to search for them. Dolphins are spotted on a high proportion of cruises. Information on dolphins is provided on board. As the boat zooms along the Atlantic, you’ll be served Cava and pastries.
And soon it’ll be time for the other big show – sunset. The colours depend on the day and cloud cover but pink, gold and scarlet skies are a common sight. For the return back to port, the Biosfera will cruise past volcanic cliffs and secluded coves. A magical evening.
Sparkling wine and pastries
Dolphins sightings are not guaranteed. Bring sunblock and a light jacket. Children under 5 years must remain seated with their parents at all times
Search for dolphins in the Atlantic
There is something very special about this tour in Northern Mallorca. The way you see everything is already special. You travel by bus, train, tram and boat to Soller, Port de Soller, Sa Calobra and Lluc. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions where you get to know the local culture in a unique, authentic and responsible way.
Get on the 100 year old Soller train with its antique wooden carriages and copper ornaments, and zigzag through the Tramuntana Mountains, UNESCO World Heritage Site. You imagine yourself in a different time. And in the tram that connects Soller to Port de Soller, you'll pass orange groves and narrow paths behind houses along the way.
You'll sail on a catamaran from Port de Soller to Sa Calobra. There you have time to yourself on this incredibly beautiful beach, embraced by cliffs. Further on you will find the cave Torrent de Pareis and that is nature at its wildest. You can also taste the olive oil in the historic monastery of Lluc, the holiest place on Mallorca.
If we don't have good weather, we'll drive to Sa Calobra. Bring your swimming gear and sunscreen.
Tramuntana Mountains, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Soller train and tram
Catamaran to the beach of Sa Calobra and the cave of Torrent de Pareis
Visit to the Lluc monastery and tasting of Majorcan olive oil
Benvinguts inland! In Mallorca's hinterland the tourist flow is sparse, here one lives and speaks Mallorquín. Discover the untouched side of the island on this day trip and visit the Bonany Monastery and the towns of Sineu and Biniagual. The tour is rounded off with a visit to a Mallorcan finca. This is one of the exclusive TUI Collection excursions that will give you the highlights of your destination in a special way - Unique, Authentic, Responsible.
The Bonany Monastery is located on the top of the Puig de Bonany in Petra, from where you can enjoy the wonderful view of the fertile plains of Mallorca. The heart of the island - the town of Sineu - also offers new insights.
Lunch will be served in the traditional restaurant "Sa Pamboleria" - taste the delicious products of the island. We continue to Biniagual, the smallest town on Mallorca, to experience even more rustic charm. Finally, you will explore the beautiful estate of a finca in Santa Maria del Cami with its Majorcan wine cellar.
Lunch and drinks
Not suitable for guests with reduced mobility.
This route is offered exclusively by TUI - ONLY WITH TUI
Explore the heart of the island
Visit of the Bonany Monastery with magnificent view
Lunch in Sineu
Finca visit & traditional wine cellar