This one is a tough one. We’ve had our agreements and disagreements about this issue at the Nakar-staff-meeting, that’s a fact. But before we give you our final selection, we better let you know what we’re talking about. Sunsets. Oh, sunsets. We have this big luck to enjoy the most stunning sunsets you can possibly think of. It’s almost a trademark: a Mediterranean sunset. And that’s why we’ve all had our opinions on where to watch it, which one has a better backdrop, when the best time is… but finally and after a long debate, here it is:
The best sunsets in Mallorca
Sa Foradada: No question asked. The first spot all of us thought of. Sa Foradada is known for being the place where you’ll enjoy the most beautiful sunsets on the island. And we just have to agree on one thing: there’s nothing as Mediterranean as a sunset at Sa Foradada.
At this viewpoint, where you’ll also find a restaurant & bar, sunset is just out of this world. Located on the way from Valldemossa to Deià, the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea and watching the sun going down behind a characteristic huge rock standing out in the water. See it. Live it. And tell us all about it!
Torre de Ses Sanimes (Banyalbufar): This viewpoint is an absolute winner for many reasons: breathtaking views, the beautiful tower that has been kept in great conditions for centuries now and the spectacular combination of the Tramuntana mountain range and the sea.
To reach the actual tower you need to go up a narrow iron staircase, but once you’re at the top of the tower, it’s all going to be worth it!
Mirador de Sa Creueta (Cabo Formentor): Located in Mallorca’s North, the Sa Creueta viewpoint is about 20 kilometres away from Pollensa, at ‘Cabo Formentor’, one of the most beautiful lighthouses on the island. In addition to watching the sunset, you’ll also see the Tramuntan mountains and even Menorca’s profile and the Colomer island (on clear days!).