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Island of Mallorca
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Island of Mallorca

Majorca is a popular holiday destination for people all over the world, with beautiful weather, breathtaking scenery and finger licking cuisine. Rocky Tramuntana mountains and abundant-wooded hillsides are almost blended with the sea, in an idyllic scenery. Alongside the extremely picturesque coastline, dramatic cliffs offer breath taking viewpoints, and pristine coves sparkle with crystal-clear waters. ...
Backpacking around Majorca
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Backpacking around Majorca

Taking into account the breathtaking views, I can assure you that this experience is one of the best on the island: a full day guided exploring in the hills of Majorca.   Just imagine: mountain summits, secluded sandy coves, heading to the next refuge. Undoubtedly, this is the best way possible if you want to experience the island by yourself with all your available senses. Adrenaline is included, ...
Fornalutx
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Fornalutx

You might believe that I’m obsessed with Majorca’s hillside villages and you might be right about it! I’m simply in loved with them, because I consider that when it comes to Majorca, it’s always about big cities. My firm belief is that Majorca is wonderful from many and variated points of view, and it’s our duty to present each and every one of them. This authentic mountain village can also be found ...
Galilea
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Galilea

Our wonderful tour of the western part of Majorca continues today with a spectacular mountain village with lots of goats and with an amazing experience of hiking. We are talking about Galilea. More specifically, we are talking about a tiny, sleepy village of the island that proves that 460 m above sea-level in the mountains of the Tramuntana mountain range are not at all a stuff that deserves to be ...
Sa Calobra
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Sa Calobra

A very popular location in the northwestern part of Majorca, Sa Calobra is an amazing set of 2 beaches tucked in among steep rocky cliffs. It is rather difficult to reach, but the scenary around it is so breathtaking that it is now one of the most popular beaches to visit, particularly in summer. This place can be reached by ferry boats and by bus or car also, even though this one would be a quite ...
Port de Pollensa Beach
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Port de Pollensa Beach

Still keeping an eye on the northern Majorcan part, at about 10 minutes from the old-town of Pollensa, there is Port de Polensa’s Beach. We are talking about a 1.5 kilometers long beach, blue-flagged, that would be the perfect choice for every beach goer. As a general landscape, we have the Tramuntana mountains, that surround this beach and Formentor’s hills. Those ingredients add up some ...
Son Servera
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Son Servera

Are you looking for a chill, without any type of noise, town? The northeastern part of Majorca may have a perfect match: Son Servera. Yep, we are talking about a village, not a beach, whose first historical proof dates back in the 13thcentury. It is believed that this name came because of the deer that might have roamed this area. The municipality of Son Severa includes also the famous resort of Cala ...
Playa d’en Repic
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Playa d’en Repic

Situated in the northwest of Majorca, Playa d’en Repic is a 250 m long beach, made out of a mix of sand and pebbles. Near Port de Sóller, it’s a perfect horseshoe-shaped bay surrounded completely by the Tramuntana mountains. Here, you can find a broadwalk along this beach that connects all the way down the length of Port de Sóller beach to the marina. From June to September, you’ll find small areas ...
Es Trenc
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Es Trenc

With completely chill vibes, soft dunes and Caribbean blue waters, this beach is one of the well-known beaches on the island of Majorca. It extends over 2 km along the south of the island, and its white sand is completely beautiful! Located between the popular beach resort town, Colonia San Jordi, and Sa Rapita, it’s definitely a beach for nature lovers. If you do appreciate the sense of remoteness, ...
Es Carbó beach
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Es Carbó beach

If you feel like escaping from the crowds, this stretch of white sand beach with a crystal-clear blue water might be a perfect destination! Situated in the southern tip of the island, this beach is full of pine trees and low-lying desert bushes. Its length is over 1 km, but I have to let you know that the life here is not at all dynamic and tumulus! It’s more of a perfect match for those of you who ...
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