Best Places for Backpackers in Mallorca, Spain.

Enjoy backpacking around Mallorca, Spain without a fixed itinerary by using our handy listings of the best hostels in every destination. Specially curated for backpackers and economy travellers, we help you find an amazing place to stay no matter where you're headed!

The best backpackers destinations & accommodation in Mallorca, Spain.

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Top 15 hostels in Mallorca, Spain.

These are the 15 most awesome hostels and budget places to stay in Mallorca, Spain.

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Hostal Marblau Mallorca

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Hostal Marblau Mallorca

If you are looking for a hotel in the Cala Figuera or Santanyí area, Hostal Marblau and the Vistalmar Apartments are a perfect choice for your holidays on Mallorca. In Cala Figuera de Santanyí, you will be treated to some very special local surroundings. With no big complexes or large buildings in...
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Es Camp Guest House

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Es Camp Guest House

Es Camp Guest House in Mallorca is located on the hills of Banyalbufar - an ideal starting point for hiking, trekking, fishing and diving. The property boasts amazing views of the Mediterranean sea and the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, which in June 2011 was listed by unesco as an area of grea...
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Hostel Sóller - Alberg Juvenil

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Hostel Sóller - Alberg Juvenil

From Soller with love. Our goal has always been to create more than just a place to sleep. We have transformed one of Sóller’s modernists buildings into an inspiring and comfortable, high-quality, low-cost retreat for hikers, Tramuntana explorers and all like-minded travelers. In the morning you may...
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Citric Hotel Soller

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Citric Hotel Soller

The Small and friendly hotel 'refurbished March 2010' located in a privileged place in the port of Soller Majorca is the first hotel to receive the sun, overlooking the sea in a quiet place It has unbeatable views of the Sea and the Bay of Soller. From the hotel you can walk or bicycle to reach...
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Catalina Vera Hostal

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Catalina Vera Hostal

The Catalina Vera Hostal is an oasis in Port d'Andratx. Its location is unbeatable, in the midst of nature and just a few steps from the picturesque and lively promenade of the town. It is ideal both to relax and to enjoy an active stay in this cosmopolitan resort in the southwest of Mallorca. Lo...
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Sa Casa Rotja Agroturismo

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Sa Casa Rotja Agroturismo

Sa Casa Rotja is a country estate dating from the end of the 19th century, 4 km away from Sineu, a little village in the heart of Majorca. It was refurnished in 1989 according to its typical antique Majorcan features; since that date on, it is devoted to agro tourism activities. The beautiful...
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Apartamentos Liedtke

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Apartamentos Liedtke

Our apartments are located in a unique enclave of the mountain of Tramuntana Mountain, where you can enjoy stunning views of the sea and the mountain from the terraces and the pool. We have a vast experience in the hospitality service that we capitalize to bring our customers and guests. We are l...
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Hostal San Francisco Cala D

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Hostal San Francisco Cala D'or

The Hostal San Francisco Cala D'or is well situated on the main street of Cala dor. Here you can relax on the beach and the friendly atmosphere of the village. SITUATION The hostel San Francisco enjoys an excellent location. Situated on the main street of Cala d'Or; It is a semi-pedestrian street...
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Hostal Can Tiu

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Hostal Can Tiu

Located in the centre of town at the foot of the mountains of the Sierra de Tramuntana and 26 km from Palma. Its idyllic location makes it a perfect place for rest and relaxation surrounded by mountains and places of interest including the Castle of Alar, Puig de la Font Fresca, Puig Vents, Ori...
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Fornalutx Petit Hotel

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Fornalutx Petit Hotel

This small charming hotel in the heart of the village of Fornalutx (560 inhabitants) is located at the foot of the mountains Sierra de Tramuntana. It is also just 3km from Soller city, 24km from Palma and 6km from Puerto de Soller (beach). The hotel, which was some years ago a convent and school...
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Es Baulo Petit Hotel

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Es Baulo Petit Hotel

The Es Baul Petit Hotel in Majorca is an enchanting 4 star family hotel in the northern part of the island. Situated at the popular bay of Alcudia, it offers its guests beautiful beaches, lush nature, much freedom and a lot of privacy. Ideal for a romantic twosome getaway or a Majorca vacation with...
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Son Siurana Agroturismo

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Son Siurana Agroturismo

Son Siurana Agroturismo is a charming farmhouse B&B in Mallorca, close to Alcudia. Set in a series of carefully renovated buildings, it offers great accommodation in peaceful natural surroundings. All of our comfortably furnished rooms and houses are equipped with: - Air conditioning/heating...
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Hotel Pinos Playa

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Hotel Pinos Playa

Our establishment has twin rooms (most of them with sea views) and single rooms, and is surrounded by pine woods and extensive gardens. Free sports facilities include a fitness room, a dive trial in the swimming pool per week, table tennis. Other free facilities: Sauna and whirlpool, parking and wif...
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Finca Sa Carrotja

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Finca Sa Carrotja

This is a small private hotel that has six double bedrooms, of which five have their own terrace. Every room has period furniture, a newly-fitted bathroom and air-conditioning. Satellite TV, a safe, beach towels, refrigerator, telephone, minibar, hair-dryer and bathrobes are included. In addition...
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Apartamentos Vistalmar Mallorca

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Apartamentos Vistalmar Mallorca

Apartamentos Vista al Mar Cala Figuera in Mallorca are located southeast of the island, 45 km from the airport in a really ideal for those who want to enjoy their holiday. Apartamentos Vista al Mar are located a few meters from the picturesque and romantic harbor, an ancient place of fishermen. O...
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Things to see and do while backpacking in Mallorca, Spain.

Check out tips from other travellers and bloggers and their experiences in Mallorca, Spain.

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Always look for a better spot

And, still, we enjoyed that sailing day as if it was the last day of our lives. We tightened the sails until we got that boat flying, and when the deck started getting waves and waves from a side, so inclined we had it, we didn’t know the only reason why we couldn’t loosen them was because the captain had changed the knots because the noise of the ropes was getting on his nerves. That night, the biggest sail got loose. The knot was terrible, and the strain too much. We were lucky it hit nobody. In the morning, we stopped at a harbor in Galicia, and we left, exhausted and full of sadness. I couldn’t believe we had lost all of our joy and thrill in just four days. I couldn’t accept it. So I turned left, saw a beautiful, luxury catamaran, jumped in and offered our services to the captain aboard. Join me in two days at A Coruña, he said. We need you to take this boat to Mallorca in five days. So we went, and another travel began. But that’s another story…

Leire Ruiz

Not having any great desire to visit Spain but wanting to be in warmer weather for the long weekend, I booked a trip to Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Little did I know I would absolutely fall in love with the Spanish lifestyle combined with island relaxation. Between hiking a small portion of the old GR221, feasting on some fresh calamari, and kayaking on a small inlet along the coast, it’s safe to say this island stole my heart.

Cathedral de Palma Not having any great desire to visit Spain but wanting to be in warmer weather for the long weekend, I booked a trip to Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Little did I know I would absolutely fall in love with the Spanish lifestyle combined with island relaxation. Between hiking a small portion of the old GR221, feasting on some fresh calamari, and kayaking on a small inlet along the coast, it’s safe to say this island stole my heart. Getting There & Around Due to the whole island factor, the only ways to get to Mallorca are through flights or ferries. Many cruises depart from Palma and other coastal towns, as well as back and forth from mainland Spain, but coming from the Netherlands I had to fly. Two buses (I took the #1) will each take you easily to the main part of Palma and the main bus/train station, so for the budget traveler like myself a 3 Euro ride to worked perfectly in the budget. As for getting around the island and the city of Palma itself taxis are surprisingly inexpensive; a 1am taxi home from a bar cost 6 Euro while a half-hour 6am taxi ride from a small town to the airport ran me only 37 Euro. If you’re a single traveler or willing to play by the rules of bus schedules, Mallorca’s public transportation runs all over the island and is extremely inexpensive for day trips and beach hopping.

Gabie Mahlmann

‘Road tripping Mallorca, Europe’s paradise island’

Mallorca is a well known summer location, especially for Europeans. From all over, tourists will come to spend their vacations on this Spanish island. They choose the city where they want to spend their vacation, and maybe visit Palma once or twice. Mallorca has much more to offer than just that, you don’t know what you are missing! I discovered that Mallorca is beyond beautiful and that the island has a mixture of mountains, fields, a clear blue sea and pretty beaches.

Coco Dee

Mallorca: A family vacation

Mallorca: A family vacation Last summer (summer 2016) my family and i went to Mallorca ( Spain , Cala d’Or. ) for the first time, we booked our apartment and plane tickets not that long before we went. We booked last minute, also really unexpected but we decided to go there and it was totally amazing!

Lucet Schuit

On The Road To Mallorca Beaches on a Budget

A trip to Spain may seem expensive to you, but you’d be surprised at how much money you can save. I’ll cover some ways that you can have a pleasant vacation in Mallorca on a budget. It truly doesn’t need to cost you an arm and a leg. A fulfilling trip isn’t complete without a comfortable and safe place to stay.  Wouldn’t it top it all off if it’s also affordable? The majority of the resorts in Mallorca are being redeveloped to meet the needs of tourists. If you’ve been there before and it’s been a while, then you’re in for a pleasant surprise.

Onur Sagaltici

Mallorca

Mallorca After a lot of sprinting through airports, living out of suitcases and language difficulties I can say with certainty that Mallorca is my favourite place in the world and am happy to now call it my home. Mallorca while having a renowned reputation central to Magaluf and its antics has far more to offer than what is commonly acknowledged. Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands situated in the Mediterranean Sea. It gets quite busy in summer with an influx of tourists commonly from Germany and Britain. While Palma is the main city and mostly Spanish is spoken in the towns the people of Mallorca take to speaking in Catalan. It’s common for the people of Mallorca to love to travel, however it’s uncommon for them to actually move off the Island to reside elsewhere. Once you have spent some time here, I can guarantee you will understand why.

JL

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