Mallorca is renowned for its stunning beaches, picturesque landscapes, and vibrant culture. While it’s true that the island offers luxury experiences, there are also plenty of budget-friendly activities to explore. If you’re visiting Mallorca on a tight budget, fear not! Here are a few exciting things you can do for under €10.

1. Visit Mallorca’s famous Salt Pans

Located within the breathtaking surroundings of the “Salobrar de Campos” Natural Park, the Salinas d’Es Trenc offer a unique opportunity to explore this natural paradise up close. Immerse yourself in the rich history of the area, learn about the avifaunal peculiarities of Salobrar, and discover the fascinating processes behind the crystallization and production of their sea salt and Flor de Sal d’Es Trenc. This artisanal salt boasts a delicate texture and unique flavor profile that enhances any dish it accompanies.

As the only salt of its kind produced on the island of Mallorca, it has become a beloved activity for both local residents and travelers from around the globe. With an approximate visit duration of 45 minutes, these salt flats provide an unforgettable experience.

Adults (16 years and older) pay a 10€ entry fee, while children (8 to 15 years) pay 6€ and children (0 to 8 years) go free.

For availability, contact them at 673 433 456. Visiting Hours: Monday to Saturday: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, 2:30pm, 4:00pm & 5:00pm. Sunday: 10:00am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm & 4:00pm.

2. Free tours around the island

If you’re eager to explore the island’s historical and charming towns, you’ll be delighted to know that free guided tours are available in Soller, Valldemossa and Palma.

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These tours offer a fantastic opportunity to delve into the local history, architecture, and traditions, all led by knowledgeable guides who bring the stories of each place to life. Embark on these enriching tours and discover the hidden gems that make Mallorca a captivating destination.

- Join the free tour of Soller every Sunday at 11:30 am.

- Join the free tour of Valldemossa every Saturday at 10:30 am.

- Join the free tour of Palma every Wednesday at 11am.

3. Discover the art of perfume making in Mallorca

Flor d’ametler welcomes visitors to discover the artisanal process behind the creation of Mallorca’s perfume. The visit combines a small exhibition space showcasing almond and flower varieties with an explanation of how their perfume is crafted, from blooming to the finished product, including our most distinctive process of inserting the flower into the bottle. Visitors will also have the opportunity to experience an aroma tasting.


Since its establishment in 1930, this company has preserved traditional production methods while embracing creativity in combining new scents and other cosmetic products.

You can visit the factroy every Wednesday at 12pm. Tours are available in English. Call 971 601 510 to book your place on the tour.

4. Visit the Alfabia gardens

Visiting the Jardines de Alfabia in Mallorca is a delightful experience that immerses visitors in the beauty of nature and history. Nestled in the stunning town of Bunyola, these enchanting gardens offer a serene retreat filled with lush vegetation, ornate fountains, and captivating architecture. As you wander through the meticulously manicured pathways, you’ll encounter vibrant flowers, centuries-old trees, and hidden nooks that transport you to a bygone era. Take in the fragrant scents, admire the Moorish-inspired design elements, and marvel at the stunning views of the Tramuntana Mountains.

Whether you’re a nature lover, a history enthusiast, or simply seeking tranquility, the Jardines de Alfabia is a must-visit destination in Mallorca.

Open daily from 9.30am to 6.30pm. Tickets cost 8€; Childern under 11 go free.


5. Try delicous Mallorcan desserts

Can Joan de S’Aigo in Palma is a legendary establishment that has been serving delightful treats for over 300 years. This iconic café holds a special place in the hearts of locals and visitors alike. Step into its charming interior and savor the delectable flavors of their renowned ensaimadas, hot chocolate, and almond ice cream.

The traditional ambiance takes you back in time, while the friendly service adds to the welcoming atmosphere. Whether you’re seeking a sweet indulgence or a cozy spot to relax, Can Joan de S’Aigo offers an authentic taste of Mallorca’s culinary heritage and a memorable experience for all. Ensaimadas start from 1.80€, plus an artisanal ice cream from 2.70€, make the perfect and budget friendly stop. Located in Palma at:

- C. del Baró de Santa Maria del Sepulcre,5

- Carrer del Sindicat, 74

- Carrer Can Sanç, 10