Majorca Island Off The Beaten Path

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  • 1. Beaches

    Hi Have you been to the south east of the island? Ther is a resort called Colonia San Jordie which has some of the best beaches on the island! You can check out the area by looking at videos of Es...

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  • 2. Soller & Puerto de Soller

    Puerto Soller is an unspoilt resort in a picturesque setting on the west coast of Mallorca. We found it to be an atractive town with a nice beach and a good selection of restaraunts. However, during...

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  • 3. D e i á

    Deia, on the rugged west coast of the island is a quiet village (no tourist buses allowed) which has attracted many artists and literary figures over the years. Don't venture here if you suffer from...

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  • 4. La Reserva / 1: Fantastic Birds of Prey Show!

    At the nature reserve LA RESERVA PUIG DE GALATZO they have an interesting show with birds of prey that you shouldn't miss. Watching it is included in the park's...

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  • 5. Visit a Majorcan mansion

    It is possibly to visit a stately townhouse right in the middle of Palma.The Can Marques is open10-15hrs every day, but at the weekend you will need to be in a...

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  • 6. Another Church tip - but worth it.

    Most tourists will be quite happy to visit the 'Must see' of the Cathedral in Palma, but be aware the whole of the old city is full to bursting with churches...

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  • 7. Lluc Monastery

    During the day when the buses and hoards of tourists on their package tours surround Lluc it's hard to see why it's so special, but if you stay in one of the...

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  • 8. Our lady of the Angels Parish church- Pollensa

    This particular church on the main square in Pollensa if often over-looked when most tourist head straight for the little chapel with the impressive flight of...

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  • 9. Wildlife

    It's amazing what you can find on your own doorstep.Just sat having coffee at breakfast and saw this local waiting for his.There are no snakes in Majorca (which...

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  • 10. 'Smugglers Cove'

    This is a small cove used by smuggelers in years gone by. Probably still is.Located at 5 o'clock in the bay of Alcudia near Betlem. It is actually a national...

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  • 11. enjoy the mountain villages

    bored of the day to day tanning i decided to rent a moped and headed for the beautiful mountains surrounding palma-nova. There is a wonderful town called Calvia...

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  • 12. Portocristo

    Most people are coming near this picturesque yachting port because of the nearby Coves del Drac, the most popular caves on Majorca....My friend and I were here...

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  • 13. Manacor

    As we stayed only 6 km away from Majorcas second biggest city we also had a look at the the "centro". The highest point here is the church of Dolores de Nostra...

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  • 14. Binissalem

    Binissalem is a small country town quite in the middle of the island. It´s the wine capital of Majorca. It´s known for its few Bodegas, with the best Majorcan...

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  • 15. Cala Murada - a secret place

    Cala Murada is a quiet holidays place on the southeast coast of Majorca between Porto Colom and Porto Christo, approximately 60 kms away from Palma. With its...

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  • 16. Drop anchor at Cala Pi

    Sailing fans often drop anchor at Cala Pi. Navigators who come from the east Mediterranean will feel at home here. The cove is long and narrow, there is not too...

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  • 17. Minorca

    Menorca has not suffered from a massive tourist development as Majorca or Ibiza. I do not mean by that that there are no tourists, but it is certainly much more...

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  • 18. Coves de Campanet ...

    ... are maybe the most beautiful caves on the island. The caves are visited only by few tourists because the big tourist busses prefer the bigger caves at the...

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  • 19. Up In The Hills

    Mountain climbing took a whole new meaning on when we ventured up into the mountains, surrounded by trees and sheep we did,nt know when it would end!I could'nt...

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  • 20. Petra

    Petra is a small town in the Llanura del Centro, the central lowlands. We stopped there on our drive to the west coast and had a look at the towns cemetary,...

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  • 21. Puerto Petro - nice and quite

    Puerto Petro is quieter and more traditional than other place on the east coast, with its pretty port and fishermen’s cottages. There are some excellent fish...

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  • 22. Cala Figuera with its nice harbour

    Cala Figuera is one of the oldest ports, already active during Roman time. Here you will find nice restaurant with an marvelous view in the evening.

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  • 23. Oratori de San Miquel is ...

    ... one of the many small old churches you can find all over. You pass by if you go to the "Coves de Campanet"

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