Ignore those that say you shouldn't drive in Palma. Keep calm and you'll do just fine.
If you're parked on narrow streets fold your wing mirrors in.
This natural park on the island’s south coast is a slice of paradise. Fine, white sand beaches, turquoise waters, trees and craggy rock pools are all there to explore. Pack up the hire car with towels, a picnic, water, sunblock and your camera.
Roads into the park are limited, but free parking is available. The coast is just a short walk from designated parking bays.
Don't be deceived by the fairytale appearance of this castle - it did not house kings and queens, but 18th Century prisoners. Nowadays it's home to the City History Museum and is well worth a visit, even if it's just to get a glimpse of the views from its towers across the island and out to sea.
The castle has its own car park which you can access from the Camilo José Cela road.
This quirky, interactive theme park in Magaluf is sure to keep kids of all ages entertained. You can shoot 'em up Rodeo style with laser guns, have your mind messed with in the upside-down house, take a rollercoaster ride through a 4D film or go on a terrifying adults-only ride in the abandoned mental hospital.
Parking is available for your rental car outside the park.
Located on the east coast of the island, this collection of caves is not only the perfect place to cool off for an hour or two but to get some truly spectacular views from the mouth of the cave out to sea. There are some great photo opportunities to be had here.
Free parking is available a short walk from the cave entrance.
This tiny village and its beaches located on the north of the island are like heaven to the peace-and-quiet-seeker. There are no attractions or watersports here, just laid-back beach living. Pack the rental car with everything you’ll need for the day because once you lay down on the sand you won’t want to get up again.
Free parking is available within walking distance of the beach.