Think Majorca, Think Countryside
Majorca is an island of contrasts, with a wide variety of attractions and places to visit, to suit all kinds of visitor and holiday maker.
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Alcudia is one of Majorca's most significant historic towns, with roots as far back as 7BC, roman ruins and stunning countryside to explore.Alcudia
For relaxation and peace & quiet, try Camp de Mar, a small beach resort in the south west.Camp de Mar
A well established holiday resort in south west Majorca, with three gorgeous beaches and plenty of nightlife and activities.Paguera
Visit Deia for a taste of something a little different: a quaint, pretty village on the west coast, with splendid views from the hillsides.Deia
Caimari is a secluded, rustic village set inland amongst stunning countryside. Authentic, rustic and relaxed.Caimari
For a taste of Mallorcan culture and plenty of history, visit the village of Santanyi, in the south of the island.Santanyi
A romantic and secluded town, Alaró nestles in gorgeous Majorcan countryside, with spectacular views and plenty of charm.Alaró
A taste of traditional Majorca, Soller is a walkers paradise and a great base for exploring the western part of the island.Soller
Puerto Andratx is a small and exclusive resort for tourists who fancy a change from the usual package holiday resorts.Puerto Andratx
For authentic Mallorca, look no further than the traditional old town of Andratx, with cobbled streets, old town houses and amazing views.Andratx
For breathtaking countryside and views, Valldemossa is an ideal base to explore Majorca's north-west: charming, relaxed and friendly.Valldemossa
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