54 Instagram photos of beautiful towns and villages in Mallorca

54 Instagram photos of beautiful towns and villages in Mallorca

Are you in Mallorca? Planning a holiday and don’t know where to go and what to do? Don’t worry, Good Guide Mallorca has prepared a list of municipalities in Mallorca, in fact a list of all the main cities, towns and villages in Mallorca. This beautiful Spanish island in the Mediterranean will have you falling in love with its charming localities by the sea, including resorts, coastal towns and harbours. Look at these 54 photos of all the municipalities, towns and villages in Mallorca.

 

Explore our list of all the towns and villages in Mallorca

list of all the towns and villages in Mallorca

 

1. Alaró

 

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The small town of Alaró is located in the centre of Mallorca and has a 13th century castle, called the Castillo de Alaro.

 

2. Alcúdia

 

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Alcúdia is a municipality and town in the north of Mallorca, it also includes the seaside resort of Puerto Alcúdia.

 

3. Algaida

 

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You will find the rural municipality and town of Algaida is the southeast of Mallorca, famous for its Puig de Randa mountain, visible all the way from Palma.

 

4. Andratx

 

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The municipality and town of Andratx is found in the most southwest point of the island, world-famous for the luxury villas located all over the hill of the exclusive resort of Port d’Andratx.

 

5. Ariany

 

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In the northeast of Mallorca you will find the small town of Ariany, with under 1000 inhabitants. The main landmark includes the church of Nuestra Señora de Atocha.

 

6. Artà

 

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Also in the northeast, you will find the historic town of Artà, known for its Medieval fortress walls, protecting the church of Sant Salvador located at the top of the town.

 

7. Banyalbufar

 

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Banyalbufar, also spelt as Bañalbufar, is a coastal town located on the west coast of Mallorca. The town is perched high up in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, above the Cala Banyalbufar cove.

 

8. Binissalem

 

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The municipality and town of Binissalem is a rural locality in the centre of Mallorca, famous for its vineyards and wine production. Here you will also find the church of Santa María de Robines.

 

9. Búger

 

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In the north of the island you will find the small village of Búger, popular with cyclists and adventurers looking to experience rural and local life in the county of Raiguer in Mallorca.

 

10. Bunyola

 

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Bunyola is a town and municipality at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains. The Ferrocarril de Sóller stops in this town, which is also close to the Raixa Estate, once owned by designer Jil Sander.

 

11. Calvià

 

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Behold the municipality of Calviá, which includes exclusive areas like Puerto Portals and Santa Ponsa. You also have the town of Calvià Vila, located in the mountains above the glamorous coast.

 

12. Campanet

 

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Campanet is a traditional town in the northeast of Mallorca, known for its caves and the Fonts Ufanes springs.

 

13. Campos

 

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Most people pass through the town and municipality of Campos en-route to the paradise beach of Es Trenc. This area in the south of Mallorca is most known for its salt production.

 

14. Capdepera

 

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When visiting the small village of Capdepera in the north of Mallorca, you will find a fortified old town with its very own castle, the Castillo de Capdepera.

 

15. Consell

 

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The small municipality and village of Consell is found in the centre of the island, in the Raiguer county. This rural area is popular with visitors thanks to its weekly Consell flea market.

 

16. Costitx

 

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Costitx is a small village and municipality in the centre of Mallorca, with a charming landscape that reminds you of the hills in Tuscany, with lots of rustic farms, including Rancho Fino.

 

17. Deià

 

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One of the most picturesque and famous coastal villages in Mallorca includes Deià, known for its celebrity visitors and bohemian residents, such as poet Robert Graves and mogul Richard Branson.

 

18. Escorca

 

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Escorca is a scenic Tramuntana municipality in the northeast of Mallorca, where you will find Puig Major, the highest mountain in Mallorca, and the majestic Sa Calobra beach.

 

19. Esporles

 

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The village of Esporles is also found in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. As a municipality, it survives on agriculture and tourism, most notably La Granja, a 17th century estate and museum.

 

20. Estellencs

 

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Between the stunning Tramuntana mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, you will find the small village and municipality of Estellencs on the slopes of Mount Galatzó on the west coast of Mallorca.

 

21. Felanitx

 

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In the southeast of Mallorca, you will find the traditional town and municipality of Felanitx, also known for its wine production. The most prominent landmark includes the Convent de Sant Agustí.

 

22. Fornalutx

 

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The village of Fornalutx sits high up in the Tramuntana mountains above Sóller, and has been called one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, surrounded by heavenly orange and olive groves.

 

23. Inca

 

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Inca is an industrial town in the centre of Mallorca, known for its leather production and the famous Camper shoes. The municipality also has many wine cellars, competing with those in Binissalem.

 

24. Lloret de Vistalegre

 

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One of most rural municipalities in Mallorca include Lloret de Vistalegre, which is famous for its fig harvest celebration Es Sequer, which takes place each year in August.

 

25. Lloseta

 

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The village and municipality of Lloseta is located in the north of Mallorca. It is an authentic village with an old church, local theatre and impressive mountains views.

 

26. Llubí

 

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Llubi is located in the northeast of Mallorca, and is another great example of a small rural village that survives on agriculture. It is known for its cultivation of capers and its traditional architecture.

 

27. Llucmajor

 

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Llucmajor is a charming town, the municipality also includes a beautiful coast where you have the seaside resort of Arenal and the exclusive neighbourhood of Son Verí Nou overlooking Palma Bay.

 

28. Manacor

 

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In the east of Mallorca, you will find the industrial town of Manacor, which is the hometown of tennis pro Rafael Nadal. The municipality also includes the popular beach resort of Porto Cristo.

 

29. Mancor de la Vall

 

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Mancor de la Vall is a small village in the Raiguer county, also part of the Tramuntana mountain range. In the centre you will find a local village atmosphere and the stone-built church of San Juan.

 

30. Maria de la Salut

 

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The small town and municipality of Maria de la Salut is located in the northeast of Mallorca. Here you will find plenty of rural atmosphere and a local community that survives on agriculture.

 

31. Marratxí

 

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Just outside of the city of Palma, you will find the municipality and industrial town of Marratxi, known for its Festival Park shopping village. The area is also connected via the island’s rail network.

 

32. Montuïri

 

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Rural to the core, sleepy and traditional is how you could describe the authentic town and municipality of Montuiri. This town is built on top of a hill, overlooking the lush green countryside.

 

33. Muro

 

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Muro is a traditional town located in the northeast of Mallorca, very close to the majestic bay of Alcúdia and Playa de Muro, a long white sand beach with beautiful crystal clear waters.

 

34. Palma

 

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The only city and capital of the Balearic Islands is Palma de Mallorca, also just known as Palma. This cosmopolitan city by the sea includes a historic old town and many cool neighbourhoods.

 

35. Petra

 

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Petra is a small town in the northeast of Mallorca, mostly known as a rural settlement with various squares and the beautiful Gothic church of San Pedro located in the centre of the town.

 

36. Sa Pobla

 

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When heading North towards the popular seaside resorts, you will find the small town of Sa Pobla, which is connected to Palma by train. Nearby you also have the s’Albufera natural park.

 

37. Pollença

 

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This historic town of Pollensa in the north of Mallorca is one of the most picturesque localities, with cobbled streets and a main square. The seaside resort of Puerto de Pollensa is just 10 minutes away.

 

38. Porreres

 

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Porreres is a small rural town and municipality in the south central part of Mallorca. The town includes the beautiful parish church of Nuestra Señora de la Consolación, surrounded by palm trees.

 

39. Puigpunyent

 

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The majestic village and municipality of Puigpunyent is located in the west of Mallorca, in the stunning Tramuntana mountains. This area is famous for its country estates and lush pine forests. 

 

40. Ses Salines

 

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This town and municipality of Ses Salines in the south of Mallorca is located very close to some of the top beaches in Mallorca. The area is known for its salt flats and the nearby Caló des Moro beach.

 

41. Sant Joan

 

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Sant Joan is a rural village in the centre of Mallorca. It is a popular area with cyclists and people looking for rural hotels and holiday accommodation in the countryside.

 

42. Santa Eugènia

 

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The village of Santa Eugènia is also located in the central and rural part of Mallorca, just 25 km from the city of Palma. Here you will also find the religious landmark of Cueva de Lourdes.

 

43. Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

 

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The municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar in the northeast of Mallorca is known as the location for the reality TV series of Love Island. This traditional town is also a great hideaway.

 

45. Santa Margalida

 

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Also spelt as Santa Margarita, the town of Santa Margalida is known for its almond production and proximity to the seaside town of Can Picafort.

 

46. Santa Maria del Camí

 

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Santa Maria del Cami, often just called Santa Maria, is an authentic town close to Palma. The municipality itself has a beautiful hilly landscape, famous for its charming country homes.

 

47. Santanyí

 

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The sandstone town of Santanyi in the south of Mallorca is popular with artists and bohemians hiding away in the quiet cobbled streets. Here you will find the famous Cala Llombards beach.

 

48. Selva

 

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In the northwest of Mallorca, with breathtaking views towards the Tramuntana mountains, you will find Selva, a rural municipality and historic town with its very own Gothic church on Plaça Major. 

 

49. Sencelles

 

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Sencelles is bang in the centre of Mallorca, and it includes an authentic village with great examples of local architecture. The municipality is known for its open fields and lush green landscape.

 

50. Sineu

 

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This historic and rural town of Sineu is located in the centre of Mallorca is famous for its weekly market which takes place on Wednesday, which still sells livestock and local produce.

 

51. Sóller

 

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Few places are as picturesque as Sóller, a historic town located in the valley of oranges in between the Tramuntana mountains, connected with seaside Port de Sóller and Palma via its historic railway.

 

52. Son Servera

 

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Son Servera is a town and municipality in the northeast of Mallorca, including the seaside areas of Cala Millor and Costa de los Pinos. The town is famous for its unfinished S’Esglèsia Nova church.

 

53. Valldemossa

 

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Up in the Tramuntana mountains you will find the charming village of Valldemossa, well-known for its Cartuja de Valldemossa, where Frédéric Chopin spent the winter of 1838-1839.

 

54. Vilafranca de Bonany

 

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In the northeast of Mallorca you will find Vilafranca de Bonany, a small rural town and municipality know for its agricultural production. The town includes the Santa Barbara church.

 

Ready to visit all the cities, towns and villages in Mallorca?

List of all the 54 towns and villages in Mallorca

In conclusion, now that you’ve got a clear overview of all the municipalities in Mallorca, it’s time to start planning your visit. Don’t forget to take as many Instagram photos as possible and tag us @goodguidemallorca and use #goodguidemallorca to share your experiences. Each year, hundreds of people contact us looking for travel tips when visiting the Balearic Islands. Our local team of islanders is at your disposal, and we hope you have a great time on the island of Mallorca.

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