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 of the island of Majorca. Ancestral homes, country villas, fortresses and ancient mills are part of the main monuments found in this town, in addition to important prehistoric archaeological sites. The excellent cuisine typical of this region must be added to the many recreational activities available outdoors.
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