Mallorca Towns and Villages

There are a multitude of Mallorcan Towns and Villages on the Island, each quite unique in their own way

As Mallorca is broken up into Municipalities, each governed independently, you will find find a certain uniqueness in many of the towns and villages throughout the Island.

manacor church

Some of the most popular visited are Andratx, Calvia, Son Servera, Capdepera, Alcudia, Pollensa, Inca, Arta, and Manacor. All have weekly market days which are the best days to visit.


Mallorca (Majorca) Towns and Villages, Andratx Village

The village of Andratx lies in the South-West of Mallorca. This is a fairly large Village just a few kilometres from the Port. There are a number of shops, cafes and a few restaurants. You will find a charming church in the town square where most Fiestas are celebrated.

Parking in Andratx village is particularly difficult because the streets are mainly one-way and narrow.


Mallorca (Majorca) Towns and Villages, Calvia

The Town and Municipality of Calvia is situated a few kilometres from nearby Santa Ponsa, Palma Nova and Magaluf. Calvia is a pretty little town with a few shops, bars and some restaurants.

The town hall (Ajuntament) in the centre of town, is the place to visit for official documentation if you stay in this area.

Son Servera

Mallorca (Majorca) Towns and Villages, Son Servera Square

Son Servera lies just a few kilometres from Cala Bona and Cala Millor. This is a fairly large town with small shops, a large supermarket and a Mueller store. There are a range of bars, cafes and a few restaurants. You will find the town hall (Ajuntament) beside the main square. Son Servera is a very pleasant town to wander around.


capdepera narrow  street

Mallorca (Majorca) Towns and Villages, Capdepera Castle

Capdepera is a medium sized Town almost joined to the vibrant resort of Cala RatjadaThere are a few shops, grocery stores, chemist and some cafes, bars and restaurants. The streets are mostly narrow and one-way throughout the town. Look out for the Municipal free car parks as it is difficult to find a parking space.

The town hall (Ajuntament) is situated in the centre, near the town square.

capdepera town square

Alcudia Old Town

Mallorca (Majorca) Towns and Villages, Alcudia Castle

Alcudia Old Town is very close to the Port. You will find many shops and several supermarkets there. The town has a good selection of bars, and plenty of places to eat. The ruins of the Castle are very quaint to wander through and lead down to Puerto de Alcudia.


Mallorca (Majorca) Towns and Villages, Pollensa Square

Pollensa is a picturesque town just a few kilometres from Pollensa Port. There are a good number of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. There is a delightful Church square with plenty of places to eat and drink.

The town has a one-way system and parking can be very difficult. It can be best to park on the outskirts of Pollensa town.


Inca is situated in central Mallorca, a large typical old Mallorcan town. Many people live in Inca and commute to Palma daily. You can travel to Inca very quickly by motorway from Palma City or you can visit by train. Inca is one of the largest towns next to Manacor where you will find a huge variety of shops, bars, cafes, restaurants. There are a number of car showrooms, furniture shops, leather shops and even a McDonalds in the Poligono - Industrial estate.


Mallorca (Majorca) Towns and Villages, Arta

The town of Arta is in the North East of Mallorca is close to Cala Ratjada and not far from C'an Picafort-Playa de Muro.

You can visit the Parish Church of Transfiguracio at the top of town, afterwards you could climb the 180 steps to the highest point to visit the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador, built in the 14th century.

From the Sanctuary you have the most spectacular views over Arta and the valley below.


Mallorca (Majorca) Towns and Villages, Manacor

Manacor, the next largest 'Town' City to Palma, is commonly known in Mallorca as 'City of Furniture'. This is because historically Manacor had a vast number of furniture stores.

There are numerous shops, supermarkets, furniture stores, car showrooms, pearl showrooms and a large DIY Hypermarket. You can travel to Manacor by train or bus from the Intermodal station in Palma or

you can drive there from Palma in approximately 30 minutes.

Manacor has a multitude of typical Spanish bars and restaurants. The weekly market is held in the main square on Mondays.

The Hipodrome (very popular in Mallorca) is where you can watch horse and cart racing and even make bets on the winner.

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