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  • Palma.

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    Palma. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) http://palmavirtual.palmademallorca.es. The capital of the island of Majorca is located in the bay of the same name and enjoys an excellent climate all year round (with an average annual temperature of 17.9° C). Known for its sun and beach tourism, it also has an a…

  • Calvià.

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    Calvià. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) http://www.visitcalvia.com/. The Majorcan town of Calvià dominates a land on the foothill of Sierra de Tramuntana, on the shore of the Mediterranenan. More than 50 kilometres that include cliffs, bays, beaches and isles, making it one of the roughest coast lines o…

  • Ciutadella de Menorca.

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    Ciutadella de Menorca. Minorca. (Balearic Islands) On the far western end of Minorca lays the city of Ciutadella, the old capital of the island. Its remote origins have left an important archaeological heritage in the area, in the form of megaliths such as the "taulas" (megalith), the Talaiot and th…

  • Deya.

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    Deya. Deyá. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) Deià is a beautiful town in the Majorcan coast known as Costa Norte, situated between Sierra de Tramuntana and the sea. The city centre, with its ancient Majorcan houses, sits on the side of a small hill that overlooks the Mediterranean. It has remained intact…

  • Ibiza.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage


    …Eivissa. (Balearic Islands) A Phoenician-Punic settlement during ancient times, Ibiza contains within its Renaissance walls an interesting legacy from all the different cultures that populated it. This artistic wealth is found in the monumental area of Dalt Vila, in the necropolis of Es Puig des Mol…

  • Mahón.

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    …Maó. Maó. Minorca. (Balearic Islands) Maó stretches along the shore of one of the best and largest natural ports in the Mediterranean Sea. The capital of Minorca still preserves a number of churches, ancestral buildings and palaces, lining streets of deep Mediterranean flavour. Maó stretches along t…

  • Pollença.

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    Pollença. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) The northernmost spurs of Sierra de Tramuntana are the backdrop of the Majorcan town of Pollença. Widely known for its lively port and crystal-clear bay, the town has a medieval historic quarter that sits only a few kilometres away from the Mediterranean sea. Th…

  • Sant Antoni de Portmany.

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    Sant Antoni de Portmany. Ibiza. (Balearic Islands) The beautiful town of Sant Antoni de Portmany is located in the island of Ibiza which, along with Formentera, make up the Archipelago of Pitiusas. On the shore of the Sant Antoni Bay, this Balearic town has an interesting historic quarter and beauti…

  • Valldemossa.

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    Valldemossa. Valldemosa. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) http://www.valldemossa.com/. The monumental compounds of Valldemossa rise between Sierra de Tramuntana and the Mediterranenan, a few kilometres away from the Majorcan Costa Nord. The city's careful layout is filled with steep streets, stone façade…

  • Alaior.

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    Alaior. Minorca. (Balearic Islands) Cheeses with Designation of Origin - Mahón are produced in Alaior. This town, traditionally a farming and cattle-raising village, is focused nowadays on the service industry. Crafts are also a great source of income in this area, specially handcrafted footwear. Th…

  • Alcúdia.

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    Alcúdia. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) One of its attractions is La Albufera, a natural park created in 1988. The municipality of Alcúdia is one of the most beautiful places in the Balearic Islands. Virgin coves with crystal waters, surrounded by pinewoods; diverse fauna and environmentally-rich natur…

  • Andratx.

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    Andratx. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) Located 28 km away from Palma, this town is surrounded by pines and almond trees, under the shade of Galatos Peak. After being reconquered by Jaime I the Conqueror, the town was fortified with defence towers to repel Berber attacks. The castle of Son Mas is from …

  • Bañalbufar.

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    Bañalbufar. Banyalbufar. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) The town is delimited by the hills of Sierra de Tramontana. Banyalbufar is located on the slope of Sierra de Tramontana, on the seashore. Three wide valleys are part of the municipality: Son Coll, Banyalbufar, and Planicia. The watchtower, known a…

  • Cala de Portinatx.

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    Cala de Portinatx. Sant Joan de Labritja. Ibiza. (Balearic Islands) Portinatx is located in the northern part of the island, in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja.The shores of the municipality are dominated by cliffs, and the interior exhibits a relief formed by mountains of considerable hei…

  • Cala Galdana.

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    Cala Galdana. Ferreries. Minorca. (Balearic Islands) This important tourist centre is located only a few kilometres away from Ciudatella. Galdana Cove stretches along the shore of the Mediterranean sea, in the municipality of Ferreries, in the island of Minorca. Pine forests stretch all the way to t…

  • Cala Ratjada.

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    Cala Ratjada. Capdepera. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) Ratjada Cove is located by a point of the same name, in the westernmost end of the island of Majorca. This tourist centre with pristine waters has not lost its original fisherman's town atmosphere. A season of classical music named "A winter in Ma…

  • Es Mercadal.

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    …Mercadal, Es. Minorca. (Balearic Islands) Peace and harmony in the centre of Minorca. Es Mercadal is in the centre of Minorca. The village is set at the base of Toro Mountain (the island's highest) and a visit to the Virgen del Toro (Minorca's patron saint) Sanctuary is well worthwhile. The village …

  • Ferreries.

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    Ferreries. Minorca. (Balearic Islands) Located only 141 metres above sea-level, this town is the highest one in Minorca.Located in the middle of the island of Minorca, Ferreries has an interesting historic patrimony, and numerous coves and beaches within its municipality. The church of Sant Bartomeu…

  • Fornells.

    Tourist destinations


    Fornells. Mercadal, Es. Minorca. (Balearic Islands) Its bay is an excellent area for sailing. Fornells is on the northern coast of Minorca. It is a peaceful fishing village whose bay is one of the biggest natural harbours on this Balearic Island (five kilometres long and two wide). There are a serie…

  • Inca.

    Tourist destinations


    Inca. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) It is located in the region of Es Raiguer, in the interior of the island. Inca is among the first cities in the island when it comes to population. Historically, in this municipality there were Talaiot settlements, still inhabited under Roman rule and until the 5th …

  • La Savina.

    Tourist destinations


    …Savina, La. Formentera. (Balearic Islands) This is the first village you will see if you visit Formentera - it is home to the island's port. La Savina is 3 kilometres from Sant Francesc, the capital of Formentera. If there is one thing that characterises La Savina, it is the port, the island's only …

  • Llucmajor.

    Tourist destinations


    Llucmajor. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) http://www.visitllucmajor.com. Golf and water sports on the Balearic Islands. Llucmajor is 25 kilometres south of Palma de Mallorca. It has beautiful coves, beaches and cliffs, with spectacular views of the south Majorca coast. It has a golf course and a range …

  • Manacor.

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    Manacor. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) Manacor is the capital of the region of Llevant, and the second most important town in the island. Manacor is the second-biggest township in Majorca, and the second most populated. This township contains the city of Manacor, Son Macià, and Son Negre, and along th…

  • Muro.

    Tourist destinations


    Muro. Majorca. (Balearic Islands) Sun, sand and culture in Majorca. Muro, on the island of Majorca, has much to offer. Its Gothic Church and Santa Ana Convent, in the old part of the village, are well worth visiting, along with the Ethnographic Museum, located in a 17th century house. Muro also has …