This tour is designed with shopaholics in mind. First, you’ll get a taste of traditional Majorca in Alcudia – a village piled high with Roman ruins and circled by Medieval walls. The open-air market is the star of the show. Its brightly-coloured stalls spread throughout the ancient town, stocked with everything from pyramids of fresh fruit to trend-setting jewellery. The next stop, Festival Park, will plunge you back into modern day Majorca. You can pick up cut-price threads at outlets like Mango, Levi’s and Desigual, before raiding the chocoholic-friendly Lindt store. Festival Park has a classic mall set-up, so there’s also a big food court. As well as the shopping stops, a driving tour through Palma is thrown in for good measure, taking in the glossy yachts of the marina, the mammoth cathedral, and Almudaina Palace. Just a note – euros are the currency of choice in the markets and shops of Majorca, so remember to bring a supply with you.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.