Last Updated on March 28, 2021
Here you can find our road trip guide and itinerary to explore the island along east, north-eastern Majorca, Manacor, Porto Cristo, Sant Llorenç, Cala Millor, Capdepera, Artà, Can Picafort, and Muro. You’ll find information on what to expect and see from this day trip.
Itinerary & Route Location
East & North-East of Majorca
Itinerary & Route Distance
about 90 km.
Itinerary & Route Destinations
- Manacor – (MA-4020; 12,4 km.)
- Porto Cristo – (MA-4023; 10 km.)
- Son Servera – (MA-4040; 11,8 km.)
- Capdepera – (MA-15; 7,1 km.)
- Artà – (MA-12; 22,5 km.)
- Can Picafort – (MA-3431; 11,2 km.)
What You’ll See?
Manacor is a very beautiful place with its “es Palau”, the parish church, “ses Puntes” and “els Enagistes” and the important archaeological remains in the the surrounding area are part of the historic heritage of Mallorca. In Porto Cristo you may visit the Drach and Els Hams caves.
From there, heading towards Capdepera, you may take the turn leading to the popular Artà Caves and the Canyamel beach with its medieval tower.
Capdepera has a fortified castle and there also the famous Cala Rajada is a fishing port and holiday resort popular for its beautiful beaches and panoramic views from the lighthouse.
In Artà you may visit “ses Païsses” prehistoric settlement, Sant Salvador in the citadel, the historic town centre and two sanctuaries in the surrounding area.
Following the road along the marsh flanked by thicket and dwarf evergreen oaks to Can Picafort, you may visit Sa Canova Talaiot, Son Real necropolis and Els Porros islet and Son Bauló.
From there, driving through Can Picafort, you may reach Muro that is an important historic town with its parish and chapel. The Ethnologic Museum and the bull ring is worth a visit.