Practice cultural tourism in Mallorca, a five-star destination and an authentic Mediterranean jewel
Practice cultural tourism in Mallorca, a five-star destination and an authentic Mediterranean jewel
Get to know the best cultural tourism visits in Mallorca and do not miss the most outstanding places to delve into the history, culture and traditions of its inhabitants
Mallorca offers a rich landscape and culture that invites you to explore every inch of the island. Practise cultural tourism in Mallorca, known for being a five-star destination and an authentic natural jewel of the Mediterranean. Discover the best cultural tourism visits in Mallorca and don't miss the most outstanding places to delve into the history, culture and traditions of its inhabitants.

It is not only the ideal place to rest, disconnect and enjoy such varied leisure throughout the year, Mallorca is much more than that. At Pula Golf Resort we have designed a list with some of the corners that you should not miss if you come to practice cultural tourism in Mallorca. Also, you can take the opportunity to discover the best relaxation and disconnection plans, including playing golf, cycling routes or viewpoints with spectacular views near our hotel.

Essential places of cultural tourism in Mallorca

Son Servera and its monuments
Our hotel is located in Son Servera, one of the essential stops to start your cultural tourism trip in Mallorca. This town, in the northeast of the island, stands out for having the quietest beaches in eastern Mallorca and having a wide gastronomic offer, which makes us the ideal destination to disconnect from the routine. Churches, historic public laundries or the Pine’s Coast Viewpoint, as well as golf courses, are some of the most outstanding places you will find around Pula Golf Resort.

The capital and its museums
In any cultural tourism guide in Mallorca you will find the Cathedral, one of the most visited monuments in the city, as essential places to visit; the Bellver Castle, a Gothic-style fortification; or the Almudaina Palace, the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family during their holidays on the island.

But in addition, we recommend a visit to two museums of special relevance in this cultural trip: the Miró Mallorca Foundation and the Baluard’s Museums. The first is a complex made up of three different spaces: Son Boter, the Mallorcan farmhouse that Joan transformed into a sculpture workshop; the painting workshop, a building designed by the architect Josep Lluís Sert; and the Museum, a designed building where exhibitions and reviews of Miró's work are scheduled.

The second, Palma Baluard’s Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art, is the great lung of culture in the city centre, a space dedicated to disseminating Balearic and Mediterranean art.

Palma’s Cultural tour
Not only the monuments or museums are part of the cultural tourist attraction of Mallorca. Its streets, gastronomic markets or the variety of palaces of all styles are some of the features that best define the historic centre of the capital, Palma.

You can't leave without walking along the Golden Mile, the most characteristic place to go shopping between big firms, luxury brands and small outstanding shops. The Santa Catalina Market or the Mercat de l'Olivar are also recommended visits, especially if you want to buy fresh and local products or savoir the local cuisine at one of their stalls. Among its palaces, the Casal Solleric stands out, a stately building on Paseo del Borne that is currently used as an exhibition centre.

The Tramuntana Mountains and its villages
Although we have previously mentioned and detailed the Tramuntana Mountains in depth, we cannot miss in this guide one of the most visited tourist attractions in the Balearic Islands, where you will get to know some of the most beautiful villages in Mallorca located between mountains, such as Capdepera, Sóller or Valldemossa.

In the latter, you cannot miss the Cartuja de Valldemossa, a palace from the beginning of the 14th century, built by King James II for his son Sancho as a retreat due to his asthmatic illness, inside which you will find a museum with different themes and a space dedicated to the Tramuntana Mountains.

So that you can fully enjoy your cultural tourism getaway in Mallorca, at Pula Golf Resort we suggest you add a very complete package to your trip so that you can also enjoy gastronomic tourism, active tourism and wine tourism, which includes: dinner at S'era de Pula Restaurant, a visit to Drach’s Caves and a wine tasting at the Miquel Gelabert winery. Make your room reservation at the best price from our website.