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Welcome to Visit-the-World's Mallorca section ...

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Visit Mallorca

Majorca, or Mallorca, is the Mediterranean's most popular holiday island. Considering the number of holiday islands in that lovely, idyllic sea, that is no mean feat!!

Majorca, of course, is part of Spain and is the largest of the Balearic Islands. It is about 60 miles long and covers just 1,405 square miles roughly the size of Cornwall!! Within that area are two distinct regions, so you can switch from a beach holiday to the mountains, and back again, on the same day!

A majestic mountain chain, almost five miles wide, stretches from the
south-western tip of the island through to Cape (or Cabo) Formentor in the extreme north. The 4,900 feet high Puig Mayor, the brooding pinnacle of the Balearic mountains, is often shrouded in mist.

Most of the island is a fertile plain, called Es Pla. Here the Majorcans grow their produce, irrigated by water from subterranean wells.
The plain is riddled with scores of caves and grottoes, some of which
have been developed as tourist attractions.

But what really draw the crowds to Majorca are the genuine, warm
Mediterranean climate and the wonderfully rugged coastline, that winds
around enticing bays, along broad white-sand beaches and beneath breath- taking cliffs.

The mild climate and abundant water enable a great variety of fruit and
vegetables to be grown in the fertile soil of Es Pla. The mountain chain is
also dotted with olive trees, some a thousand years old. In February, three million almond trees burst into blossom, filling the air with languid sweetness.

The native language of the Majorcans, is "Mallorqui", a dialect of Catalan
peculiar to the Balearics. Of course, everyone is able to speak Spanish, as well!!

Palma, the capital, is a wonderful, historic city, with one of Spain's best
known landmarks, a beautiful, massive Gothic Cathedral, majestically
located on a hill over-looking the palm-fringed harbour.

Around the Bay of Palma, are the liveliest holiday resorts on the island.
El Arenal to the east of the city and Palma Nova and Magaluf to the
west. These are popular choices for "fun" holidays.

Just a little further to the west is the quiet, more up-market resort of Santa Ponsa, with its pleasing, more traditional, architectural styles.

There are lovely resorts all around the coast of Majorca/Mallorca. Puerto
Pollensa, on the rugged Cape Formentor peninsula, in the far north, is
particularly beautifully located. Indeed, many seasoned travellers contend that Puerto Pollensa is the prettiest resort town in all Spain! Also, the views from the tip of Cabo Formentor are truly spectacular, and well-worth the journey to the north, even if one is staying near Palma.

There is no wonder that Majorca has remained an enduring favourite with British holidaymakers since the 1950s. Long may it continue!


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