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Majorca - Mallorca

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Mallorca / Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands; also known as the Isle of Dreams. The interior is mountainous and scattered with wild flowers and native fauna. Tranquil villages, olive groves and pine forests compete with each other for our attention but hard to beat are the panoramic views over fertile fields dotted with the windmills found throughout the Balearic's.

The island has understandably become a haven for artists from all over the world it's diversity of subjects brings a new challenge every day. Palma the capital is a lively city with a rich historical past, dominating the harbour is the impressive Gothic Cathedral magnificently light by night; it is a site not to miss. With the other buildings of interest like; Palau de L'Almuda, La Llotja and the ancient 10th century baths makes for a full day out, or explore the narrow winding streets meandering off broad avenues; why not try a Tapas at one of the many bars and pavement cafes.

AA Baedeker's Majorca
The Rough Guide to Mallorca
For shopping the boutiques, souvenir shops and the street markets are excellent; some of the best bargains are the leather goods and artificial pearls or visit the market at Inca the largest on the island. The coast has a variety of beaches from long sandy stretches to secluded coves lapped by an azure sea. There's no shortage of watersports of every kind , plus glorious golf courses to suit every level from novice to championship. For night life there are disco's, bars, night-clubs and cabaret. Eating out in Majorca is a delight there's an abundance of restaurants to suit all pockets, the local specialities like roast suckling pig or lamb are particularly good followed by creme catalan a rich caramel custard, another good choice are the Tapas bars serving small dishes of different local food it's inexpensive and very tasty. The ideal way to really get the most from Majorca is to hire a car and explore this great holiday destination. There is so much about Majorca that is memorable bringing visitors back time and again.

Some dates for your diary: The Fiesta of San Jaime and Santiago July 25th. The Fiesta of the Assumption 15th August. Spanish American Day 12th October.

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