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From Cala Moreia to Cala Morlanda

We took a relaxing walk in a sunny winter day, from Cala Moreia (S’Illot) to Cala Morlanda. What did we see and discovered? Well, the pictures below speak for themselves …

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Cap Petit, Es Dolç & Penya Fort

From Alcudia to Vitoria and passing through Mal Pas – Bonaire, one must follow a narrow road which goes across the coastline all the way up to a military area where the entry is obviously restricted. The local interest points are known as Cap Petit, Es Dolç & Penya Fort and represent coastal ares with spectacular […]

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Ermita de la Vitoria

“Ermita de la Victoria” is the only fully preserved 12th century fortress-hermitage located in Alcudia, 150 metres above sea level, facing the Bahía de Pollença and the Sierra de Tramuntana, which is a World Heritage site. Inside the church, one can find a wooden statue from the fifteenth century, honoring Victoria, the patron saint of Alcudia.  After it’s last […]

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The beach & lighthouse of Alcanada

Alcanada or “Platja de l’Alcanada” is situated at 3,5 kilometres from Port d’Alcúdia, located on the headland of “Cap des Pinar” and protected by “Puig de sa Madona” (151 metres high). This quiet beach has some sand but lots of pebbles and seaweed. The rocky area is closed by some enormous pine trees next to the […]

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Morro de sa Carabassa

The “Peninsula of the Pumpkin” represents a small peninsula situated north of the Tower on the Hill of Falcons and south of the Porto Cristo bay. Although it does not have any beach or any urban settlement on it, a small path allows nature enthusiasts to make a little excursion up to the head of […]

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Tower Square & The Tower on the Hill of Falcons

The Tower on the Hill of Falcons is a watchtower and defense point which dates back to 1577. In 1693 there were two guards there who dedicated solely and expressly monitoring the coasts of eastern Mallorca. Since 1769 the tower got a gun and went on to be a tower of surveillance besides being a watchtower and defense. Soon after, in […]

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Es Font de Sa Cala – Cala Provençals

Sa Font de Sa Cala is an urban settlement situated 10 kilometers south of Cala Rajada. It’s name comes from the fact that a sweet water source exists in the mountain area that surrounds Sa Font de Sa Cala and this sweet water source was used by locals and considered a valuable resource. Font de […]

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The best beach in Mallorca – Calo des Moro

Throughout all tourist guides and tops, Calo des Moro is listed as the best beach in Mallorca due to the clear crystal water and lack of any seaweed. It is also considered a great beach due to the landscape and breathtaking aerial. The difficulty of the terrain along with the lack of any services and […]

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Cala S’Almonia

Cala S’Almonia situated in the municipality of Santanyi, in a remote area right after Cala Llombards. The aerial is made up of a small fishermen’s settlement with boat housing and a rocky beach. Despite it’s difficult terrain and lack of services, the surroundings of Cala S’Almonia provide a breathtaking landscape, while the sea area is […]

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Calo de ses Lleonardes – Cala Blava

Calo de ses Lleonardes is a small and narrow beach situated in the urban settlement of Cala Blava. While being a rocky beach, it’s surrounded by both steep ridges and plain terrain which tend to extend the beach areal. The landscape, just like all areas from the south east coast of Mallorca is breathtaking:

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On the coast of Son Veri Nou

Son Veri Nou is a modern urban settlement situated in between the s’Arenal of Llucmajor and Cala Blava. Although it does not count with any sandy beaches, the Son Veri Nou area provides a beautiful landscape from it’s rocky and steep coast. On a day with clear sky, one can see the entire bay of […]

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Foguero Boiets de Foc – Vilafranca de Bonany 2013

In March 2013, when the demon group Boiets de Foc organized their traditional ‘Foguero’ we had the chance to see their show of fire and light for the first time. As the pictures speak for themselves I will let you enjoy the view:

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