Visit this beautiful village famous for its monastery, La Cartuja where Chopin and George Sand stayed while in Mallorca. You wil listen to a classical concert in El Palacio del rey Sancho. Stopping at a glass factory on the return to the hotel. Street wear and confortable shoes advisable. Half day excursion. Mondays in the […]
Formentor – swimming, beach and local market
Get to know Mallorca from the south to the north. Visit the local market of Alcudia on Tuesday or Sunday and Sineu on Wednesday, then take a boat from the Port Pollensa to Formentor, an idyllic beach of white sand. Comfortable clothing, footwear and swimwear advisable. Full day excursion. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays. Adult – […]
A fantastic night including show and meal. The world famous story of Don Quijote delivered through the best flamenco dance. There are also acrobats, horse show and much more. Smart clothes advisable. No short trousers for gentlemen. Night show. April, May- Tuesdays and Thursdays. June to October – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Menu Mediterranean. Adult […]
Castle of Capdepera
One of the largest and best preserved castles of Majorca. Situated on the northeast coast it offers a great panoramic view. By good weather conditions the island of Menorca can be spotted.
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Hidden places, natural treasures, beaches, history and culture of Mallorca... Enjoy all of it with Kaleidoscope Excursions
Groups and incentives
If you choose the Balearic islands to bring a group for conferences, Kaleidoscope Mallorca can offer you a vast range of activities:
Visits to the famous caves, boat trips, visits to wine cellars, olive mills and salt flats etc.
If you arrive by a cruise ship and wish to know more about the island, we offer you the following excursions:
We can offer interpreters in the following languages: Spanish to Russian, Spanish to Czech, Spanish to English, Spanish to Slovak and vice-versa.
We have a large vehicle area ready to transport you to anywhere on the island.
Es Trenc Cala Llombards Cala Deya Cala Tuent Playa del Mago Cala Fornells
Formentor Cala Torta Cala Mesquida Cala Varques Cala Romántica Cala Mondragó
San Seebastian Patron saint of Palma. Celebrated the 20-th January. According to the legend, San Sebastian was a Roman soldier in the 3-rd century, whose relic saved Palma from the plague and is now exposed in the Cathedral museum. He refused to fight his brothers as he was a Christian in Ancient Rome and for […]
In Mallorca there are more than 4000 hectares of vineyards where around 4 million litres of wine are produced annually. The main wine growing areas are near Binissalem and Felanitx. Malorquin wine is known for its light, fruity flavour and both red and white wines are excellent. Well known ones are Macia Batle, Jose Ferrer, […]
Moors versus Christians (Moros y cristianos) From the 15-th to the 17-th century , Mallorca constantly suffered from attacks by Moors and pirates. The men bravely fought them with swords and axes. The women were helping them with pans and kitchen implements. Every year these battles are re-enacted in Pollensa and Soller and are a […]