Mini Golf Paradis, Sa Coma
Three 18 hole courses set in picturesque surroundings with waterfalls and tropical gardens. Children's boat rides and snacks and refreshments available.
Badia Express Mini Train
Runs between the resorts of Cala Millor, Cala Bona, Sa Coma & S'Illot throughout the day and early evening.
Glass Bottom Boats
Sail between the resorts of Cala Ratjada and Calas de Mallorca calling and picking up at Font de Sa Cala, Canyamel, Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Porto Cristo & Cala Romantica. Tel 971 810 600
Safari-Zoo, Sa Coma
Safari Park with the usual array of exotic animals. Tel: 971 810 909
Island Attractions - Daytime
Travel by train from Palma over the mountains with amazing scenery to the town of Soller then take the 'San Francisco Tram' to the port. A grat day out,
Marineland, Portals Nous
Dolphin shows, performing Parrots, Aquarium, Flamingos, Penguins and kiddies rides. Cafeteria.
La Granja, Esporlas
Historical Mansion in extensive grounds with wild and domestic animals. Demonstrations of ancient handicrafts and tasting of typical Mallorcan specialities. Twice a week Horse Dressage and Folkdancing.
La Reserva, Puigpunyent
A nature reserve of over 2.5 million square metres with over 30 waterfalls and flourishing vegetation. Rest area with bar and barbeque services.
Aquacity, El Arenal
Water park with an array of water amusements, restaurants, shops and picnic area. Go carts and children's amusements, parrot show, baby farm and shops.
Western Water Park, Magalluf
Wild West Water with water rides, cafeterias, diving show, birds of prey, Can Can show, knife throwing shows etc. Kiddies rides including ponies and a train. A great day out.
A spectacular Marine Park that re-creates the habitats and ecosystems of the world’s seas and oceans.
House of Katmandu
4-D Adventuire experience. Magalluf
Island Attractions - Night-time
Pirates Show, Magalluf
Fantastic pirate adventure show- fun and laughter with acrobatics also suitable for children. Barbecue type food
Come Fly With Me
A night show combinng songs from the famous Rat Pack and some of the best acrobats from the Pirates Adventure Show
Show and Dinner plus water and light show afterwards.
If you are interested in the history and culture of the island of Mallorca then you will enjoy
the fascinating website by local historian Andrew Rawson. Go to www.mallorcadaysout.com