4 Days in Mallorca: The Perfect Itinerary for Your First Visit

By Cristian G. Guasch •  Updated: 08/17/22 •  6 min read

Mallorca is the largest island of Spain. It is located in the Mediterranean Sea, right in the central part of the Balearic archipelago. Its capital, Palma de Mallorca is the capital of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands.

It has a population of 947,000 inhabitants and is catalogued as an attractive tourist destination that inherited the best of the Roman, Arab and Catholic civilizations, so it is not surprising that it stands out for its huge architectural monuments, golden sandy beaches and gastronomic delights. In this article you will learn about the best places to see in Mallorca in 4 days.

Day 1

Bellver Castle

Located in the capital of Majorca, one of the historical places to see in Majorca in 4 days is the Bellver Castle. This castle is a beautiful circular fortification that stands on the top of Bellver hill. Here you can enjoy amazing panoramic views of the town.

Cathedral of Santa Maria

On your way back from Bellver Castle, you can return to the center of Palma to see one of the most beautiful temples to see in Majorca in 4 days, the beautiful Cathedral of Santa Maria de Palma. This fantastic construction is located a few meters from the sea, which adds a beautiful touch.

Main Square of Majorca

It is the neuralgic center of the city. There you will be able to observe first hand the charm of this community and take a look at all the interesting places around it such as the Arab baths and the fish market.

Day 2

Caló des Moro

It is one of the most beautiful and touristic beaches to see in Mallorca in 4 days. Caló des Moro only allows a limited number of people and in recent years, there have been queues of up to 3 hours to enter it, so you should consider getting up early if you want to spend part of your day on this sandy beach.

S’Almunia Cove

Just a 5-minute walk from Caló Des Moro is Cala s’Almunia, another jewel of the Mediterranean that will drive you crazy with its transparent waters. These beaches are separated by a small path that will allow you to move from one to the other without any problem.

Cala s’Almunia is world famous for its beautiful jetty that the sea has carved on the rocks and for the picturesque little houses that have been built around it.

Llombards Cove

It offers all the necessary services to spend a great sunny day at the beach. It has been equipped with umbrellas, hammocks and several chinguiritos to eat. It is positioned half an hour walk from Cala S’Almunia and is characterized by being surrounded by walkways that climb the cliffs and give breathtaking views.

One of its main attractions is that it has a rocky area for bathing, which has some stairs to get out of the water as if it were a swimming pool. Cala Llombards is one of the most beautiful coves to see in Mallorca in 4 days.

Day 3

S’Amarador Cove

It is a virgin beach with turquoise blue waters and white sand. However, when the tide rises it can be rough and full of waves. It is not usually so crowded, so you will have no problem to park.

Mondragó Cove

A few minutes walk from Cala S’Amarador is another of the beautiful coves to see in Majorca in 4 days, Cala Mondragó, one of the most popular beaches in the area that was declared a natural park in 1992 to protect it from any damage caused by humans. This idyllic sandy beach offers sunbeds, umbrellas and has two restaurants.

Caló des Borgit

Further in front of Cala Mandragó is Caló des Borgit, the smallest of the previous coves and one of the few that is preserved in its most natural state. Here you will not find any kind of service and, being far away from the parking, it is not so crowded.

Pi Cove

It is big enough so that people do not have to be crowded together like sardines in cans. It has a very quiet atmosphere that makes it the best option to end your day.

However, the cliffs that surround this cove reach up to 30 meters high, which makes it shadier than other beaches. One of its most visited points is its spectacular viewpoint, from which you can enjoy the best views.

Day 4


One of the most beautiful villages to see in Mallorca in 4 days is the village of Fornalutx. It was included in the list of The 100 most beautiful villages in Spain by the prestigious National Geograhic magazine. In fact, it was the first village in Mallorca to be part of this unique selection. The village is positioned in the Sierra Tramuntana mountain range, it is small and you will not need much time to walk around it.

You can get lost in its small streets, observe its stone houses with green doors and visit the Plaza de España, where all the residents and tourists gather in the evenings to have a beer or a coffee in its many terraces. Before leaving, don’t forget to take a photo on the staircase of Carrer Metge Mayol, the most photographed spot in town.

Sóller – Port Sóller

It is the commercial center of these lands. It has wide avenues, an exquisite gastronomic offer and excellent stores to buy souvenirs and souvenirs. It has a different atmosphere from Fornalutx. In fact, it is adorned with several modernist-style buildings that contrast perfectly with the medieval charm of the other villages.

In the Plaza de la Constitución stands the magnificent Church of Sant Bartomeu, whose facade was on the cover of Ken Foller’s book, A World Without End. This iconic town is well known for its emblematic railroad, which is preserved in excellent condition despite being more than a century old.

The Port of Sóller is positioned just 3 kilometers from the center and is well worth a visit because the port area is splendid and has a large beach. This town has earned the name of “Valle de Oro” (Golden Valley) for its unique olive oil.


Another of the special places to see in Mallorca in 4 days is Valldemossa. It is located in a valley full of mountains that transform it into an exotic and exclusive enclave. Here you can contemplate the ancient monastery in which lived renowned personalities of history such as the composer Chopin, and you can admire the most extraordinary views from the Mirador de Mirada des Llenedores.


Strolling through its streets is a real pleasure because it is not as crowded as the previous villages. It is recommended to go up to the cemetery of the village to enjoy postcard-worthy views.


It is one of the most striking towns to see in Majorca in 4 days for having a long and interesting history. It was inhabited by Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans, and for a time was the capital of the island. Its entire historical center is bordered by a 14th century wall that has remained standing beautifully.

Cristian G. Guasch

I have traveled the world visiting 18 countries, including Japan, most of Europe and North America. I love to learn about the culture and history, taste the different dishes and enjoy the beauty of this planet. I also work completely remotely, and this helps me discover new places all year around.

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