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A cool compilation of photos from Mallorca

I’ve selected a series of pictures from 500px, with Creative Commons licensing to show you the beauty of Mallorca seen though other lenses not just my own: More such compilations will be posted soon as there are a lot of photographers that fell in love with Mallorca and decided to share their pictures.

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Caló d’en Busquets – Cala Figuera

Caló d’en Busquets represents a small marina which together with Caló d’en Boira makes Cala Figuera of Santanyi. The fishermen houses built on the edge of the marina along with the typical Mediterranean architecture make Caló d’en Busquets look like a dream place to visit. While most of the boats are traditional majorcan “llaüts” which […]

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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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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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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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Festes de la Beata in Vilafranca de Bonany

Each year between the end of July and the beginning of August, the town of Vilafranca de Bonany organises a series of events with the scope of celebrating their patron saint, Santa Catalina Thomas and also to celebrate the end of the harvest. The last day of the local holidays which is usually celebrated on […]

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Port des Canonge has a great view

Port des Canonge is a small settlement with a marina and a pebble beach situated between Esporles and Banyalbufar. The pebble beach is 70m long and 20m wide and counts with a large number of boat houses. The road to reach Port des Canonge is narrow and steep with a lot of U turns and because […]

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Cala Deia seems very busy this summer

Probably the busiest place we’ve been this summer is Cala Deia. Situated in the municipality of Deia the beach and marina of Cala Deia are accessible either by foot or by car through a steep and narrow road. Despite it’s difficult accessibility the parking at Cala Deia is overwhelmed by the volume of tourists trying […]

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The town of Banyalbufar

The town of Banyalbufar is situated on the west coast of Mallorca in the southern area of the mountain range called Serra de Tramuntana. Because it’s situated 100m above sea level it provides astonishing landscapes with it’s bordering coast line. Although it’s only inhabited by approximately 600 people, the Banyalbufar municipality offers to the tourists […]

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