Mallorca spain travel guide

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Mallorca is one of the main destinations in the Mediterranean. And there are many reasons for it to be so: from the stunning beauty of its coves, its pine forests and other natural spaces, to the patrimonial, artistic, ethnographic and archaeological richness treasured by its municipalities.

Mallorca is one of the main destinations in the Mediterranean. And there are many reasons for it to be so: from the stunning beauty of its coves, its pine forests and other natural areas, to the rich heritage, artistic, ethnographic and archaeological treasures of its municipalities.

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The routes through the Tramuntana mountain range, the archaeological sites, the museums, the restaurants… show that Mallorca is much more than a sun and beach destination to enjoy in summer. Today’s Mallorca is also a melting pot of cultures thanks to the many people from all over the world who have decided to make this island their permanent place of residence. A piece of the Mediterranean in which all kinds of languages are spoken and people of very diverse origins coexist.

The Mallorcan Gothic was an example of the power of the island’s merchants, and the Lonja building is a magnificent example of this. This old market, today converted into a temporary exhibition hall, presents the typical elements of religious architecture but placed at the service of a civil function.

One of the most important places for spirituality in Mallorca. Although today it is a Christian sanctuary dedicated to the Virgin of Lluc, archaeological remains have shown that it was already a place of worship in Roman times. A haven of peace and seclusion in the heart of the Tramuntana mountains.

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Undoubtedly the best option to visit Mallorca and enjoy the most of everything to do and what to see in Mallorca are the months of May, early June and September, since the weather in Mallorca is still very good but there are much less people. The months of July and August are characterized by being at full capacity, but well, we cannot always choose. Traveling to Mallorca in winter also has its charm, being able to discover the most special corners of the island in a more private way.

What a full day awaits us at the beginning of our trip to Mallorca. Let’s start with some of the most beautiful coves that we have next to Palma, Cala Illetas. It is characterized by a very clear water, and with many beach bars to have a drink if we feel like it with beautiful views.

A good way to finish the day can be to have dinner in Deyá, to only 6 kilometers of Sa Foradada it is a beautiful town that is characterized to have good restaurants in Majorca. Here I recommend you to have a beer with lots of atmosphere at the bar Sa Fonda, it’s really cool!

How to get around mallorca

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Like a movie star comfortably settled into maturity, Mallorca has come into its own by combining dazzling natural beauty with a taste for the finer things in life, all without ever losing its glamour.Includes:35 maps273 km of winding coastal roadsComplete information about: Palma and the Badia de Palma, western and eastern Mallorca, north and south Mallorca and the interiorAnd also: evocative photos, clear maps, practical data for easy reference, tools for planning your trip and in-depth information about the island.

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