No big Instagram profile skips the snapshots of Cala Deià. The distinctive bay ranks high among Mallorca’s top destinations. But don’t sleep on Deià – also known as Deyà – it’s a picturesque village. Nestled in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, both the mountain village and rugged bay are only reachable through the impressive coastal road linking Valldemossa to Sóller. Visitors not only get a deep dive into the region’s history but also soak in breathtaking views of the vast sea during their visit.
Palma de Mallorca is similar to Rome; all roads lead to the city, which serves as a hub connecting all parts of the island. Over half of the population resides in the island’s capital, which is the cultural and economic center as well as a popular tourist destination. To ensure that your trip to Palma with kids is a success, we have compiled some tips to help you balance both your interests and those of the kids. So that neither the most important sights nor the fun will be missed.