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Cala Marçal

The main beach of Porto Colom is the beach Cala Marçal. It is situated 500 metres from Porto Colom and is a beautiful sea inlet that becomes wider towards the coast. The sand is fine and the water clear and clean.

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Valldemossa

Valldemossa (in Mallorquin) or Valldemosa (in Spanish) is a village and municipality on the island of Mallorca. By car, it’s only a 20 minute drive from Palma or an hour by public transport. It’s very scenic, with quiet, cobble-stone streets, and flower filled lanes with antique lanterns hanging above the homes.The place is famous for […]

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Es Trenc Beach

“Platja d’es Trenc” is situated at 6,5 km from Colònia de Sant Jordi. The name comes from the opening of the saline area that divides the coastal barrier of dunes, whereas the oral tradition tells that in the middle of the 18th century a tsunami came after the earthquake of Lisbon, which divided the dune […]

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VIDEO Costa de Canyamel

Don’t forget to turn HD on

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Port of Soller

Port of Soller is a wonderful little village situated in one of Mallorca’s most beautiful horseshoe harbours. Surrounded by the Tramuntana mountains, this town has the best of both worlds – magnificent mountain scenery and a sea view to boot.

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Rainy evening in Palma

 

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Cala Ratjada

The resort of Cala Ratjada is the principle port and coastal development of the municipal district of Capdepera, and is built on a small rocky peninsula on the extreme north east corner of the island, around 65 km from the capital Palma. Historically, Cala Ratjada has also played a very important part in the Majorcan […]

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Porto Cristo

Porto Cristo is a small town on the eastern coast of Mallorca. What sets Porto Cristo apart from most of the Mallorca resorts is that its income is not solely dependent on Tourism, Porto Cristo still maintains it’s Spanish fishing village features. Porto Cristo is a quiet town perfect for a stroll along the main […]

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