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Best things to do in Balearic Islands

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Natural Feature
“If Cala d’Or’s beaches get too crowded, take the morning bus to Es Trenc. This beautiful beach of clear blue water and golden sand, backed by pine trees and dunes, stretches for almost 5km along the wild south-eastern shore. There is a small bar-restaurant here and you can hire sun umbrellas, but there are few other facilities and the beach rarely gets packed with bodies. Be warned though, Es Trenc is popular with nudists and the bodies that you do see are likely to be bare.”
81 locals recommend
“Popular restaurant serving fish, steaks and local favourites in Ses Salines, which is a 10-min drive from Colonia Sant Jordi. ”
29 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The most beautiful natural beach on Mallorca. Its fantastic but also known and crowded during the summer months.”
12 locals recommend
Flea Market
“Un lugar novedoso donde disfrutar tanto de día como de noche. En la planta baja también hay restaurante.”
8 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“This is my favorite beach on the island. It has no road access and is a half hour walk from Colonia de San Jordi.. i.e. far less people than some of our other beaches. Walk towards the left when you leave the beach by the port, you will first arrive in Playa del Dolls, continue past this beach for a further 20 mins and you'll arrive at Carbo Beach. In summer time, best to come around 4pm. Watch as the people leave and you get the beach to yourselves. I suggest you begin walking back when the sun is about to disappear behind the town and watch the beautiful sunset on your way back. ”
2 locals recommend
“Great views, stylish decor and good spot for sundowners. Booking essential in the season. Home decor store next door. ”
7 locals recommend
“The famous Salt des Flor d'es Trenc comes from Las Salinas, where you can see mountains of white salt drying in the sun. ”
13 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“Organiza excursiones en barco hacía el bonito archipiélago de Cabrera y puedes visitar las playas más bonitas de la pequeña isla.”
1 local recommends
“Beautiful restaurant with international cuisine: from paellas to pizzas or typical Spanish dishes. Good cafeteria in a lovely patio.”
7 locals recommend
“Superb fish and paella. Booking essential in the season as it gets extremely busy and people travel from Palma to eat here. ”
2 locals recommend
“Specializes in rice dishes: many different kinds of paella and "arroces caldosos". You can also order it and take it home to eat. ”
7 locals recommend
“High-quality food with award young award-winning local chef who won the Spanish equivalent of MasterChef. Creative, well-presented food and excellent wine list. Booking essential as far in advance as possible, especially in July and August. ”
9 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Wonderful huge sandy beach far to the noise of the city. Ideal to spend a whole day on this beach. ”
6 locals recommend
“Next to the harbor. It is a little noisy but they have a good traditional food.”
5 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Largest botanic garden in Mallorca, mainly of interest for cactus admirers. ”
2 locals recommend