Select collection date Select return date

Everything to see and do in Manacor  



Manacor, located on the east coast of the island of Mallorca, is a gem that often goes unnoticed compared to the island's popular towns. However, this corner of Mallorca has a lot to offer visitors looking for an authentic experience in a quiet and peaceful environment.  

Take advantage of our car hire discounts and add Manacor to your route around the island with your car hire at Mallorca airport.  

Here are some of the wonders you can discover in Manacor.  




Things to do in Manacor  




  1. Visit the Basilica of San Miguel: One of the most emblematic places in Manacor is the Basilica of San Miguel. This impressive Gothic church is an important pilgrimage site and boasts a magnificent façade and a richly decorated interior.
  2. Explore the Cuevas del Drach: A few kilometres from Manacor are the famous Cuevas del Drach, an underground cave complex which houses a spectacular subterranean lake. Visitors can enjoy a boat trip on the lake while listening to a live classical music concert.
  3. Hiking Routes: Nature lovers will enjoy the numerous hiking routes that surround Manacor. These routes will take you through beautiful rural landscapes and allow you to discover the natural beauty of the region.
  4. Historical Museum of Manacor: If you are interested in history, don't miss the Historical Museum of Manacor, which houses a collection of historical artefacts that tell the story of the town and its people.
  5. Local Markets: Manacor has local markets where you can enjoy authentic Mallorcan life. The weekly market is a perfect opportunity to buy fresh produce, handicrafts and local products.
  6. Mallorcan Gastronomy: The gastronomy in Manacor is delicious and authentic. Try traditional dishes such as sobrasada, tumbet, frito mallorquín or ensaimada in the local restaurants.
  7. Nearby Beaches: Although Manacor is located inland, some of Mallorca's best beaches are within easy driving distance. Cala Romantica beach and Cala Anguila beach are two popular choices for sun and sea.
  8. Winery Visits: The Manacor region is known for its wine production, and there are local wineries where you can go wine tasting and learn about Mallorca's winemaking tradition.
  9. Water Sports: If you enjoy water sports, the nearby coastline offers opportunities for scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing and more.
  10. Local Festivals: If you have the opportunity to visit Manacor during one of its local festivals, such as Sant Antoni or Sant Jaume, you will be able to experience Mallorcan culture and traditions at their best.



In short, Manacor is an enchanting destination that combines history, culture, nature and gastronomy in one place. If you are looking for an authentic and tranquil experience in Mallorca, Manacor is the perfect destination to explore and enjoy all that this beautiful region has to offer.  



10% additional discount
on all your bookings
when you register in the Record go Club