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Old 08-26-2009, 06:35 AM   #1
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Travel in Majorca



Playa de Palma is one of the most popular beaches of Mallorca. It is located near Palma and is one of the best cared for and connected beaches of the island. A large proportion of visitors stay in the Playa de Palma area (Ca'n Pastilla, El Arenal, Cala Estancia). The Magaluf area, in CalviÓ, is a British holiday area par excellence. It has a wide offer of restaurants, bars, hotels and clubs. If you are looking for more isolated beaches you should visit Calas de Mallorca (Manacor), an area consisting of several small coves and Formentor, from where you can see Menorca on a clear day. They have all received EU awards for their beauty and safety.
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Old 08-27-2009, 10:49 AM   #2
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Majorca, the largest of the four Balearic islands, offers the most varied landscape. A perfect holiday destination whether you want beaches, history or quiet relaxation, Majorca holidays really do have something for everyone. Laze on long sandy beaches or stroll along beautiful cliff tops to small rocky coves. Admire the island's spectacular scenery and unspoilt villages, then head for some of its excellent restaurants and bars.
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Old 08-28-2009, 01:23 AM   #3
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Majorca is more than just a tourist mecca. Its hotels, beaches, and famous night clubs may be enough to satisfy those seeking a vacation filled with sun, crystal clear seawater, and noche loca, but the attractiveness of the largest of Spain's Balearic islands does not end here. To get a more complete view of Majorca, visitors should wander away from the tourist areas.
A trip to Majorca might reveal many surprises: an extraordinary variety of beaches, sea cliffs of beauty comparable to the most famous shorelines in Europe, silent subterranean lakes enclosed by thousand-year old grottos, and traditional villages worthy of a visit, such as Valldemossa, Alc˙dia, Pollenša and Soller.
With a constant temperature of 25-30 degrees Celsius for various months out of the year, it feels like summer will never end.
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Old 09-17-2009, 12:23 AM   #4
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There are literally 100's of beaches in Mallorca varying from the huge white sandy expanse at Arenal, complete with palm topped umbrellas, to the wild white expanse at lovely Es Trenc to many tiny deserted coves. Whether you want the bustle and noise of a crowded tourist spot with bars and banana boats galore or the privacy of you own sandy piece of paradise (yes it is still possible to have the beach almost to yourself on Mallorca) you'll find it on Mallorca
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