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Alaró is a charming and rustic Mallorcan town, with bags of authentic Spanish character, set in spectacular countryside.

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A historic old town in north east Majorca, Alcudia has plenty to offer, with ancient relics and ruins, countryside and a gorgeous marina just a couple of miles away on the coast at Puerto Alcudia.

Alcudia Guide >


Andratx is a charming, old Mallorcan town, inland from the resort of Puerto Andratx, with winding, cobbled roads, magnificent views and a friendly cosmopolitan atmosphere.

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A sleepy, secluded village set inland in the north east of Majorca, Caimari is picturesque and authentic, ideal for holidays at a slower pace.

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Cala Bona

Cala Bona is a nice family beach resort, with plenty of facilities for holiday makers, with a charming working harbour.

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Cala D'Or

Cala d'Or - sophisticated, stylish and gorgeous - a relaxing, picturesque holiday resort on the east coast, with several sandy beaches and a glittering marina.

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Cala Mayor

Visit Cala Mayor for a fun-filled beach holiday - a small but beautiful sandy beach, great views and a short taxi ride from Palma city.

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Cala Millor

Cala Millor is a large modern resort packed with facilities for active holidays, including a fantastic stretch of beach. Ideal for families.

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Cala Ratjada

Discover a hidden holiday gem on Majorca's east coast - Cala Ratjada has the best of what Majorca has to offer for holidaymakers.

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Cala San Vicente

Cala San Vicente is a quiet, traditional fishing village in the north of Majorca, for relaxing laid-back holidays.

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Calas de Mallorca

Calas de Mallorca - a quiet and family-friendly clifftop resort on the east coast, with amazing views and small, secluded beaches.

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Camp de Mar

Camp de Mar is  a relaxing, peaceful beach resort, in the south west of Majorca.

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Can Pastilla

Can Pastilla is a small, relaxed resort close to Palma, set at the end of a glorious long sandy beach, with plenty of tourist amenties for beach lovers and families.

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Can Picafort

A laid-back resort on the eastern coast of Majorca, with a lovely clean, safe beach - Ca'n Picafort is ideal for families and sun-seeking holiday makers of all ages.

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Colonia Sant Jordi

Colonia Sant Jordi is a hidden gem of a beach resort, in the south east of Majorca, away from the main tourist trail.

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Deia is an enchanting and picturesque coastal village perched on a hillside in north west Majorca, packed with art and culture.

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El Arenal

El Arenal is a bustling, lively resort on Majorca's south coast, with a stunning white beach, and all-night clubs for party animals.

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Illetas is an upmarket beach resort close to the city of Palma, with a small sandy beach and high quality hotels, restaurants and bars catering for discerning tourists.

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Magaluf is a bustling beach resort, packed with bars and clubs, a haven for under 25s and party animals, yet friendly enough for families.

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Paguera is a friendly, lively resort on the south west coast, with three sandy beaches and plenty of bars and restaurants.

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The city of Palma is cool, sophisticated and cultured, packed with stunning sights, chic boutiques and bars, and a glittering marina.

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Palma Nova

A popular, upbeat family resort on the south coast, packed with tourist facilities to suit all holiday makers looking for a good time.

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Playa de Muro

A small, modern beach resort on Majorca's east coast, Playa de Muro has the perfect recipe for a relaxing getaway.

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Playa de Palma

Playa de Palma is a beach-lovers delight, with miles of white sand and palm-lined promenade, a great place to kick back and enjoy Majorcan sun, sea and sand.

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For history and culture, look no further than Pollensa old town, a beautiful treasure trove of ancient relics and buildings.

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Portals Nous

Relax and chill out in Portal Nous, a sleepy beach resort with a marina and classy waterfront cafes.

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Porto Colom

A small, remote beach resort, Porto Colom is peaceful and unspoilt with a pretty harbour.

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Porto Cristo

Porto Cristo, on Majorca's east coast, is quiet and traditional, with a lovely beach, working marina and historically significant ruins and sights.

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Puerto Alcudia

Puerto Alcudia, a large beach resort with miles of white soft sand and plenty of variety for everyone.

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Puerto Andratx

Discover an unspoilt, charming resort, tucked away on Majorca's south west coast: Puerto Andratx.

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Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa - a lovely beach resort, with a glittering marina and plenty of amenities for tourists.

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Puerto de Soller

Puerto de Soller is a charming, traditional resort, with amazing scenery and mountainous backdrop.

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A laid-back beach resort on Majorca's east coast, S'Illot has a glorious beach, ideal for chilled out holidays.

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Sa Coma

Sa Coma is a small, purpose built resort with a nice sandy beach and plenty of amenities and modern hotels.

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Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa - a laid-back, family resort in south-west Majorca. Sandy beaches, pine trees, rocky coves, sunshine and plenty of great food & drink - Santa Ponsa has everything you need for a fun, relaxing holiday.

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Santanyi is a small, quiet village in the south of Majorca, with plenty of history and culture, ideal for a relaxing holiday.

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For outstanding natural beauty and dramatic mountain landscapes, Soller is hard to beat.

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Beach holidays with a distinctly British flavour - Torrenova is a relaxed family resort with a pretty beach, plenty of bars and restaurants and every facility on the doorstep.

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Valldemossa is a small, quaint village set in fantastic countryside with mountains and rocky coastline.

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