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Things to Do in Mallorca

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Aqualand El Arenal
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Located on the western coast of the island, and about a 15-minute drive from Palma, Aqualand El Arenal is exactly where you’ll want to go to take your island adventure to the next level. The water park offers all sorts of hot-weather relief in the form of adrenaline-inducing slides, themed pool areas, and relaxing river cruises.

The park very much has something for everyone, too, satisfying those who seek thrills as much as those who just want to chill out. Attractions include wild slides of all types, from free-fall to twisty-turny, side-by-side races, and a tornado-style chute. Meanwhile, there are more tame activities such as the surf beach with its big waves, the Jacuzzi, and milder slides that are more suitable for little kids.

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Sóller
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Cradled in an orange grove-covered valley, the Balearic village of Sóller serves as a refreshing inland respite during a visit to Mallorca. The river-cut town is crisscrossed by a maze of old world streets that surround the main Plaça de Constitució, where you’ll find cafés, City Hall and San Bartomeu Church, whose original construction dates back to the 13th century.

Other attractions include the Railway Station, with its exhibitions dedicated to works by Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró. Then there’s the Jardi Botanic, a botanical garden that blooms with native flora and fauna and is also home to a Modernist mansion now occupied by the Museum of Balearic Natural Sciences. Perhaps the town’s most notable attraction, however, is the vintage train and tram system, which has been making the journeys to and from Palma and the port of Sóller for about a century.

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Marineland Mallorca

If your visit to Mallorca calls for a water experience beyond just the beach, then you’ll get your fix at Marineland Mallorca. The ocean-inspired amusement park is the place to go to explore more about creatures under the sea, including everything from penguins to turtles, sting rays, dolphins and sea lions.

In fact, it’s those latter two — the dolphins and sea lions — that are really the stars given that your visit also includes checking out these marine creatures in an incredible show. The park isn’t only about water life, either, as it is home to tropical rainforest animals, too, such as snakes, iguanas, monkeys and more. And you’re not just limited to experiencing it all from a far; visitors can take pictures with park residents such as the dolphins and parrots (for an additional price).

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