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Majorca Travel Guide

Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, the others being Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera.Majorca is synonymous with world–renowned beaches and coves, but is also a perfect destination to enjoy countryside, golf, culture, water sports, entertainment... There are many reasons to visit this enclave in the Balearic Islands

Visitors can enjoy a wide range of leisure centres, nature parks that showcase fauna and waterfowl, impressive natural caves, manor homes, world–famous archaeological remains, guided tours and more. Majorca has an array of leisure and cultural activities to suit the most varied tastes and a myriad of alternatives also exist for nightlife. Restaurants and clubs for late nights abound in the Balearic Islands. In Mallorca, the island of calm, it is possible to find places to enjoy a drink which stay open until the early hours of the morning

Without a doubt, the Balearic Islands are characterised by their wide range of fun and entertaining activities. Countless alternatives to complement your visit. Mallorca (3640 is known as an easy–to–reach mecca for friends of sunny beaches, amazing landscapes, wonderful mountains and affordable Mediterranean food. With a coastline of more than 550km. In high season the island receives about 8 millions of tourists from around the world. This is both a blessing and a curse for the inhabitants, and they are well prepared for it and provide a very well–organized tourist infrastructure.

If you like to explore, holidays in Majorca are right up your street. Palma, the island's capital, offers a wealth of sights to be discovered. Check out some of the museums. Walk round the old cathedrals and castles. Or just kick back by the harbourside. But it's not all about Palma. From glass bottom boat rides in Calas de Majorca, to the peaceful botanical gardens of Soller, there's never a dull moment.

Moving away from sightseeing, there's still plenty to see and do on your holidays. Eating out is one of the great joys of a Majorcan holiday. Local fare includes the Balearic's ubiquitous tapas and all manner of seafood. Palma has a great selection of restaurants serving a wide choice of cuisine, ranging from authentic local dishes to a whole host of international flavours. Elsewhere on the island, Magaluf and Palma Nova have an abundance of restaurants, cafs and takeaways serving typical British fare, plus Italian, Greek, Chinese and Indian options to name but a few.

No trip to Majorca would be complete with a day on one of the fantastic beaches. From the long stretches of sandy coastline in the north, to the tiny, pine–clad coves in the east. Cala D'or has numerous beautiful, powdery coves and deep inlets which can get crowded, simply because of their beauty. Puerto De Soller has a narrow town beach of sand and shingle, and a delightful sandy beach at one end.

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With a population of over 300,000, Palma is the only real city of the Balearics yet its slow pace of life is quite distinct from the Spanish city's of the mainland. The centrepiece of its beautiful historic quarter with grand Renaissance mansions and Baroque churches is its Gothic cathedral which took over 500 years to build and as an attraction compares favourably with the better known cathedrals of Spain.

Lose yourself in Palma's cobbled lanes, discovering the striking Almudaina Palace and the Gothic cathedral, La Seu, which Gaud helped restore. Descend into the island's famous Caves of Drach, with their stalactites and stalagmites. Escape the hustle and bustle of the livelier resorts with a visit to the historic town of Pollensa to climb the 365 Calvario steps. Take the breathtaking drive to Formentor's soaring heights, at Majorca's northernmost tip. Hire a bike or go trekking on horseback to uncover the island's natural beauty.


Things take a turn for the lively over on the islands west coast, with Palma, Palma Nova and Magaluf leading the way. Majorcas boutique–brimming, tapas–loving capital city draws a cosmopolitan crowd, while nearby Palma Nova and Magaluf attract those after neon–lit bars and bass–pumping clubs. One of the most popular shows in Magaluf is Pirates Adventure, a famous show, where you can eat, drink and watch the pirates perform acrobatics, gymnastics and dancing. If youre brave enough, check out Pirates Uncut, which is the adults version of the show; shiver me timbers. Holidays in Majorca offer an astonishing variety of things to see and do. Non–stop partying in Magaluf. Walking the broad plains and rolling countryside of Es Pla. And long tapas lunches in cosmopolitan Palma. There's something for everyone in fabulous Majorca. Whether you're looking for all inclusive holidays, or last minute holidays to Balearics, Majorca will make all your dreams come true.

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