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Sunset spots in Mallorca, a guide

Sunset spots in Mallorca, a guide

You’ve probably heard about the golden hour on the island. A sunset in Mallorca is one of the most Mediterranean experiences you can enjoy: watching the sun go down with the sea as a background will definitely give you a glimpse of the authentic Majorcan lifestyle. And today we are here to help by giving you our best tips to watch the sunset in Mallorca. Ready?

Best spots to see the sunset in Mallorca

You’re on holidays. And you deserve to just sit back, relax and enjoy your time on the island. There are plenty places to discover while visiting Mallorca and, no matter in which area of the island you’re staying, you’ll definitely fall in love with the natural scenery, the charming villages, the lively capital city and everything Mallorca has to offer. And as you’re given one sunset a day, we will be pleased to help you out by giving you our local advice on spots to watch the sun go down.

Na Foradada – Deià

One of the most emblematic spots to watch the sunset in Mallorca is a viewpoint called ‘Na Foradada’, which is located between the villages of Valldemossa and Deià. As its name in Catalan hints, it’s a needle-shaped rock that bursts its way out of the water.

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There’s a bar at the viewpoint for you to order a cold beer while seeing the perfect ending of another day in paradise.

Playa de Palma

Playa de Palma, home to our all-inclusive Pabisa Hotels, is one of the most popular spots to watch the sunset in Mallorca. You will see the sun go down over the horizon and the sky will turn into different colours before night time arrives. Many of the seafront restaurants and beach clubs are perfect to wrap up the day, and so is Pabisa Bali Park & Tower’s rooftop bar, Amrum Sky Bar.

49 Steps – Palma

If you’re exploring Palma for the day and would like to see the sunset at a beautiful location in the city, there’s a place called ’49 steps’ at Palma’s harbour, close to the cathedral.

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From here you will see the sun setting behind the mountains creating a classic ‘golden hour’ lightning, perfect for a couple of snaps for Instagram.

Mirador Ses Barques – Port de Sóller

Mirador de Ses Barques is a beautiful hilltop viewpoint over Port de Sóller in Mallorca’s West. From this viewpoint you will be able to see the harbour changing colours while the sky turns red before saying goodbye to the sun for the day. There’s a restaurant at the viewpoint for a nice, Mediterranean dinner if you want to make the most of your visit.

Torre de Ses Ánimes – between Banyalbufar and Estellencs

Located between the traditional villages of Banyalbufar and Estellencs in the Tramuntana mountain range, the tower is located at the tip of a hill overlooking the shallow waters of the Med and the whole coastline. Just you, nature and the sun setting. Wow!

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