Tourism by public transport

Discover the four corners of Majorca

CTM has developed this new section where locals and tourists will find ready made plans for day trips and sightseeing tours all over Mallorca by public transport, without having to use the car.

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The Manacor-Artà green route is 29 kilometres long and runs from Manacor to Artà via Sant Llorenç de Cardassar, Son Carrió and Son Servera.

The municipal district of Sa Pobla is in the north-east of Majorca and covers an area of around 48 square kilometres.

This walk allows the visitor to enjoy the coves and cliffs that are so typical of the Llucmayor coastline.

The hamlet of Biniagual has its origin in the Arabic era, when it was a small farmstead mainly used for agriculture.

El terme municipal de Llubí, amb una extensió de 35 quilòmetres quadrats i una població de 2.030 habitants (dades del 2005), limita amb sa Pobla, Muro, Santa Margalida, Maria de la Salut, Sineu i Inca.

The town of Binissalem was founded in 1300. It has some of the most notable architecture in Majorca.

The municipal district of Porreres spreads over 87 square kilometres and has 5,496 inhabitants (data from 2013).

Because historically el Pla de Mallorca (the Majorcan plain) has been devoted to agriculture, livestock and, in general, all activities related to the land, there are many types of farm buildings for the use and exploitation of the resources.

This trip gives the visitor the chance to discover the least travelled coastline of Capdepera, which is noteworthy for its coves and wooded areas.

Cala sa Nau is an unspoilt beach with white sand and clear waters which make it a spot of particular scenic beauty.

The route follows the pedestrian path linking the historic centres of Calvià and Es Capdellà.

The walk goes along the path joining the villages of Calvià and Galilea (Puigpunyent) via the Son Font development.

This route goes through the public estates of Galatzó, la Coma d'en Vidal and Son Fortuny and links the village of Es Capdellà (Calvià) with Estellencs.

From the peak there are fabulous views of the plain or Pla de Mallorca and the east.

Mondragó Natural Park is in the south east of Majorca and covers 766 hectares.

Son Fornés Archaeology Museum and Talayotic site (Montuïri)

A feature of the city of Palma is that it has assimilated the various cultures that have settled on the island throughout its history.

First of all, a visit to Capdepera Castle, in the north-east of Majorca and one of its main cultural, heritage and tourist attractions, is suggested.

Punta de n'Amer castle, known as Es Castellet, is a fortified defence tower located on the coastline in the Sant Llorenç des Cardassar area, specifically in the Punt de n'Amer, between the tourist resorts of Sa Coma and Cala Millor.

The Camí del Correu is a public road, of medieval origin, that connected Banyalbufar with Esporles.

Its main attraction is the Cartoixa monastery where it is possible to see rooms where famous people from the 19th Century French romantic area stayed, such as the Polish composer Frederick Chopin and the writer Aurore Dupin (better known by her pseudonym, George Sand).

The Platja de Muro - es Comú is a sandy beach that stretches for kilometres.

The intense red of the rocks around the cove and the dense surrounding pine forests are noteworthy.

From the top of Puig de Bonany, on a clear day, there are spectacular views of the entire island.

Bellver Castle is at an altitude of 112 metres and 3 kilometres from the centre of Palma.

This route goes along one of the most typical Majorcan routes – the climb to Lluc from Caimari.

On this outing, we visit three coves in the Sierra de Tramuntana which are around the Cala Sant Vicenç area.

Cala Bóquer's highlight is its limestone rock cliffs.

This is a delightful route from Cala Mesquida to S'Arenalet d'Albarca.

The Palma lower old town route goes through the fishermen's part of town, around the Fish Market, along the Passeig de Sagrera, etc.

The apotheosis of the town patio arrived with the Baroque era, in the 17th and 18th Century, with scenic spaces, sometimes rather sumptuous, presided over by twisted shaft columns and galleries with heraldic motifs and imperial staircases.

They are so beautiful, calm and unique that they have come to the attention of many writers and historians who, like Archduke Ludwig Salvator, Jules Verne or Josep Pla, have visited Palma from time to time.

The island has a good number of museums and art galleries exclusively showing contemporary art.

The main attraction is the Camí de S'Arxiduc path, which was constructed on the crest at the end of the 19th Century and gives spectacular views over the northern coast.

This route visits the Son Real necropolis with a walk along the coast between Can Picafort and Son Real.

The route runs over an old cobbled bridle path which used to be the means of communication between Sóller and the valley of the orange groves.

A route through the Sierra de Tramuntana where we can enjoy the magical landscape and discover one of its most iconic estates (possessió): Planícia.

Outstandingly beautiful walk that mixes a visit to two rural villages in the Sierra de Tramuntana on a coastal path with impressive views and on another of Arabic origin.

The natural beauty and isolated nature of the Es Dolç and Es Carbó beaches make them a space where you can relax and disconnect from the stress of daily life.

A magnificent, spectacular walk with marvellous panoramic views in which the island of Sa Dragonera gradually comes into view.

Alaró castle is one of three castles built on rock in Majorca that were used to defend and protect the inhabitants of the surrounding area.

The Roman town of Pol•lèntia was founded in 123BC

Sineu market is one of the most important in Majorca.

This is probably the most attractive, comprehensive route of the many that can be taken in the Sóller valley and over all the Serra de Tramuntana.

It gives impressive views from the Andritxol headland, a headland where you can relax in a beautiful panorama of mountains, valleys and coast that will fill your camera lens with the different shades of turquoise and blue of the waters that bathe the beaches and with the wild peak of Galatzó (1,026 m) that fills the horizon and adds magic to the place.

We can admire the Son Pou avenc cave (chasm) and, in wet seasons, the spectacular Es Freu waterfall.

The coastal space is unique in Majorca.

The Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park is to the south of Majorca, ten nautical miles from the harbour at Colònia de Sant Jordi.

This trip takes the visitor to one of the most spectacular corners of the Majorcan coastline, Sa Calobra beach. It is the mouth of the well-known Torrent de Pareis, in the Escorca district in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana.

This trip visits two highly interesting natural spots near to the village of Campanet – the Campanet caves and the Fonts Ufanes.

The beach is 1 kilometre long and 12 metres wide with very fine, shiny white sand.

It is the largest wetland in the Balearic Islands and a wide variety of flora and fauna can be seen.