Mallorca is one of the most popular and demanded holiday destinatinations in Europe. Even though its is known for its beach resorts there is so much more to see and admire than traditional tour brochures are showing. And if you love filling your instagram feed with stunning photos then this mini guide of the most instagrammable spots is your perfect itinerary to explore this beautiful island.
The 10 Most Instagrammable Spots In Mallorca
Located in Serra de Tramuntana, there is no better way of ending your day visit to the beautiful town of Deià than this place. If you are a sunset chaser, this has to be in your itinerary when you visit Mallorca. If you want to make it extra special have dinner at the restaurant terraced in the perfect place to admire the landscape.
Formentor Bay is located in the northern part of the island and has a stunning view, a number one pit stop on your way to Formentor beach. Take your time going up the winding road to appreciate the beautiful view on your way up here. Trust me, once you’re up there you’ll know why!
Extra spot: Continue to the Formentor lighthouse for another one of the most instagrammable spots in Mallorca. You might as well since you’re already there!
La Seu Cathedral
This architectural masterpiece is the view that will greet you when arriving to Palma from the airport. Whenever I come back from a trip and see the Cathedral, I know that I am home! This is one of Palma’s most interesting and beautiful attractions. Whether it is by day or by night, be sure to take a snap of this beauty for your feed.
Torrent de Pareis/Sa Calobra
This place is a sort of beach inside a canyon. It is probably one of the most amazing hikes you can take on the island. It is no wonder this was one of the sets of the Hollywood movie “Cloud Atlas”. However, I must warn you the hike down there is hard and certainly not for all fitness levels. The good news is, you can go here taking a boat excursion. PLUS the best shots of this amazing place are actually taken from the sea, so be sure to take good photos before you sail away. You’re welcome 😉
Caló des Moro
A beach of dreams, a little hidden paradise. It is not a beach with easy access and all of the services you would expect in some other beaches. But that’s kind of what makes it so special! There are sand and rocks at this beach and the space is limited. This makes it even more exclusive so make sure you get there early to take the best pictures and to secure a place for your towel! So many people know this is one of the most instagrammable spots in Mallorca so you’ll have to work a little to get your slice of paradise.
If you are into hiking, this is one you should include during your trip. Especially if you decide to visit during the mid-low season since the temperature is much cooler. But if hiking isn’t your thing, don’t worry, you can easily drive to the top of Na Burguesa and enjoy the amazing view of the city of Palma from the top. If you are looking to surprise your partner with a romantic evening I recommend taking your pictures from the restaurant at the top of the hill.
This is a stunning rock beach located, great for an afternoon swim and sunbathing session. Even though it is not as comfortable as a traditionally sandy beach, the views and crystal clear waters are worth your time. This place is also home to one of the most stunning and exclusive beach clubs on the island. The best feature being the cool salt-water pool. Great to take pictures sipping on a cocktail.
Costa de la Calma
This is one of the most popular spots on the island to take amazing pictures of the sunset in the summer. The best place to have a picnic by the sea, have a drink or even swim in the ocean with the beautiful Mallorcan sunset as the background. The place really speaks for itself it is a MUST if you decide to visit in the summer.
Valldemossa is located only 20 minutes away from Palma. It is very well known because the famous composer Chopin recorded his winter stay in this little town. The entire place is filled with instagrammable, cute corners that are worth getting lost in with your phone or camera. From small cafes to beautiful balconies filled with plants and flowers, take your time to discover why this is one of the most instagrammable spots in Mallorca.
This is one of the best known beaches and is loved by tourists and locals alike. I have to admit it gets busy in the summer but it is such a long stretch of sand that I can assure you can find a calm and relaxing spot to sunbathe. Even though its water and sand are definitely instagram-worthy, the old abandoned bunkers make great spots to take a cool photo shoot whether it be during the day or at sunset.
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