Discover our local Gay Mallorca Guide and insiders’ recommendations, for best gay bars, beaches and clubs, restaurants, museums, monuments, shopping …
Mallorca is the largest Balearic island and some sort of straight counterpart to Ibiza.
Though, Mallorca and Palma its capital, are exceptionally LGBT friendly.
A part of the coast is crowded and literally submerged by tsunamis of tourists in July and August. It is particularly popular with the British and Germans.
Though, the island, with its 200 beaches, has a lot to offer.
Beyond its beaches, Mallorca is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean, and Palma worth a visit.
The old town is a Mediterranean dream, with its narrow streets, Gothic churches, and Catalan modernist buildings.
Close to the center, you can visit the Joan Miro Foundation to discover some masterpieces of this great Spanish artist.
He donated building 6000 works to this foundation. The hinterland offers breathtaking landscapes and typical villages to visit, such as Soller, Alcudia, or Fornalutx.
The beaches on the north and west coasts are less crowded, and you could even find some isolated coves with crystal clear waters.
A visit to Sierra de Tramuntana, a nature reserve and Unesco World Heritage Site, is a must.
It offers splendid views over unspoiled countryside, forests, fields of olive, almond and orange trees.
The huge Dragon’s caves are astonishing. They follow one another for almost 3 kilometers offering fantastic views on stalactites and stalagmites.
There is an underground lake that you will visit on a boat, and your tour will end with a classical music concert in this exceptional surrounding.
Gay life in Mallorca
Gay nightlife concentrates in the old town of Palma de Mallorca, with some bars and clubs.
The island offers many friendly gay beaches.
Thought but the most popular and beautiful is called Es Trenc beach and lays 30 kilometers from Palma.
It is a vast white sandy beach with turquoise waters, surrounded just by nature and you are in a national park.