• Mallorca

Mallorca

Bellver Castle in Palma

Photo Credit: Rolf E. Staerk

Mallorca

The largest of the Balearics has so much to offer that it's packed full of surprises. From some of the best and cleanest beaches and coves in Europe to remote mountains, small villages and high-rise resorts. There is something for everyone on this island. The sea here is sparkling - sapphire blue and green. And although this is one of Europe's leading travel destinations, it is still possible to find corners of coastline still pretty much untouched by mass tourism. The inland Serra de Tramuntana, with its small villages and rugged peaks is miles way from the noise of the crowd. Of course for those seeking fun under the sun, the island offers plenty of options for entertainment. Palma is a bustling city, as well as Pollença and the (in)famous Magaluf. Mallorca doesn't have the gay vibe of neighbouring Ibiza, but has a few outstanding gay beaches to choose from, like Es Trenc and a few venues to spend the warm summer nights.


 

Gaytway Guide to Mallorca

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    • Old Railways
    • There is nothing quite like the old railway that goes from Palma and Soller – built in 1912 it’s a great way to see the inland landscapes on some beautiful vintage carriages. The dinky train goes through some pretty amazing bridges and tunnels.

    • Palma de Mallorca
    • The island’s capital is actually quite a large city and it’s dominated by the imposing Gothic cathedral whose interior features were designed by Antoni Gaudí and renowned contemporary artist Miquel Barceló.

    • Beaches galore
    • The island is rightly famous for its beaches, some more well known and some less frequented, so visitors can choose according to their likings. One of the most beautiful and popular beaches is Es Trenc with its white and fine sand, crystal water settled on a natural landscape with unspoiled dunes. This beach has has its own gay/nudist area and cruising area.

    • Oranges & Lemons
    • Mallorca is literally covered in citrus groves and Soller is particularly famous for its specially flavoursome oranges. In fact the dinky railway that connects Soller to Palma had the important function of transporting the oranges to the main port, ready for shipping.
  • Dins Sa Gabia

    A popular and fun bar, which has been established for over a decade. Shows at the weekend.

    The 2

    Great bar for those into pop and commercial music. Occasional drag shows.
  • La Demence Palma

    A lareg club located on the Palma seafront, withe very popular theme parties and guest DJs.

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