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Its landscapes are everywhere on the island characterized by contrast !

Majorca, the main islands of the Balearic Island group, is synonymous with world-renowned beaches and coves but is also a perfect destination to enjoy countryside, golf, culture, water sports, entertainment and this Island is really outstanding for all its diversities.
The islands has more than 550 km of coast where one will find some of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful coves set between cliffs and pine groves. The white sandy beaches sorts of services and its clean clear waters are ideal for sailing, swimming and water sports such as scuba diving, windsurfing, fishing, sailing, and surfing.

The countryside also plays an important role on Majorca and almost 40 percent of the island is protected. Its landscapes are everywhere on the island characterized by contrast. There are outstanding areas such as the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains in the North West with peaks reaching over 1,400 m above sea level and towns such as Deià, Pollença and Valldemossa have for centuries captivated artists, famous people from the world of politics, film and fashion on account of their picturesque atmosphere.

In South East the Cabrera Marine and Terrestrial Nature Reserve, a group of islands and islets, is an intriguing experience. Furthermore though out the island there is a range of well-designed golf courses and there are also a host of routes and hiking trails both along the coast and inland which are fully signed with information panels meaning that one can discover the island’s diversity and beauty on foot or by bike.

Culture is a vital part of the life of the island and throughout the year there are festivals, concerts, literary events, exhibitions and the amazing capital Palma de Mallorca, the island’s cultural centre, is outstanding for its historic old town, classy shopping possibilities, cosmopolitan population and excellent night life.

The Balearic`s decided in the mid 90`ies to put their lot on quality and ecological tourism and has never looked back. Majorca known as the island of love and the place one dreams of going back to awaits your visit with great anxiety !

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The town is delimited by the hills of Sierra de Tramontana located on the seashore and surrounded by the towering peaks of the Tramuntana mountain range and this quaint Mallorcan district nestles among four smaller peaks where farms scattered and vineyards scale the heights around the historic town centre. The resident community is small but this area boasts many visitors attracted by the island’s hidden places steeped in history and authentic Mallorcan culture.



Can Pastilla which is located just south east of Palma close to the airport has developed from being a small fishing village to a cosmopolitan laid back resort. The original town which hasn`t changed much over the years though is centred round the atmospheric old square and the parish church of San Antonio. From here a string of narrow streets leads us down towards the beautiful promenade and the famous Playa de Palma beach. The picturesque harbour and the Maritime Club is also a charming visit with a traditional Spanish feel.


The small mountain village of Deià is one of the prettiest villages on the island. Perched in a ravine at the foot of the Teix Mountain with amazing views out to the Mediterranean below, Deià has long been a magnet for famous artists, writers and other creative people. As one of the highest populated zones of the Serra de Tramuntana Deià is part of a landscape awarded World Heritage Site status for the way in which nature, culture and traditions triumphantly merge.


Mallorca’s vibrant capital, stylish and intimate yet bursting with life. Located in the south of the island it looks out over the shimmering Mediterranean Sea. There are many enchanting parts of the city and some of the main attractions and shops are situated around the massive Gothic cathedral down by the sea front. This area known as Palma’s old town is full of ancient passages, historic monuments and magnificent architecture. Here one will find no shortage of sights or refreshment stops within its many pedestrianized lanes, quirky cafes, galleries, and boutique shops.


The hugely popular resort of Palma nova is located in the South West of Majorca some 15 km from Palma. The jewels in Palma nova are definitely the 3 beautiful bays and their well-kept beaches all known for its excellent facilities. The original charming fishing harbour still remains and with all its large expensive yachts moored in the chic nautical club and marina really worth a visit. In main pedestrian walkway there are a variety of bars, cafes, restaurants and shops.


The port and holiday resort of Alcudia lies on the north east of Mallorca and is one of the most attractive areas on the island. Renowned for its vast beautiful and truly amazing 10 km long white sandy beaches which are particularly popular with family tourists. The Natural wetlands of Albufera are close by a nature sanctuary with many rare birds, fish, amphibians and plants. It’s a delightful place to relax and listen to the sounds of the land. Visit also the ancient authentic Alcudia old town as well.


Playa de Muro lies at the centre of the magnificent Bay of Alcudia midway between Alcudia & Can Picafort on the northern coast of Mallorca. The warm shallow waters makes it a very popular with families and the beaches are without any doubt a major attraction here. Many hotels has direct access to the more than 8 km of fine clean sandy beaches which also offers a wide variety of water sports and other facilities. Visit the historical old town of Alcudia with its charming narrow streets full of shopping.


The picturesque Puerto de Soller is small coastal village which is historical and practically connected to Soller particularly due to the enchanting veteran tram.  The old fishing harbour located in a large bay which serves as a natural and protecting harbour and at the same time a scenic masterpiece.  It is naturally also a great place to eat freshly court fish and seafood somewhere on the well-equipped marina.


Santa Ponsa is situated in a beautiful sheltered cove in the south west coast of Majorca 23 km from Palma. A wonderful and popular beach holiday resort with silky soft white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and beautiful views of the blue Sea. Not too large not too small it seems as the perfect spot known for pedaloes, jet ski, Scuba diving and more. The main strip of Santa Ponsa called Ramon de Montcada is the liveliest area of the resort with a wide range of dining and wining opportunities.

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