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Mallorca Sightseeings

There's much more to Mallorca than the beach. Palma de Mallorca (or simply Palma) is the main centre and a charming stop. The northwest coast, dominated by the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, is a beautiful region of olive groves, pine forests and ochre villages, with a spectacularly rugged coastline.
Most of Mallorca's best beaches are on the north and east coasts and, although many have been swallowed up by tourist developments, you can still find the occasional exception. There is also a scattering of fine beaches along parts of the south coast.

The capital, Palma de Mallorca, is on the south side of the island, on a bay famous for its brilliant sunsets. Locals refer to what lies beyond the capital as the part forana, the “part outside”. A series of rocky coves and harbours punctuate the short southwest coastline. Offshore from the island’s westernmost point is the large, uninhabited Illa de Sa Dragonera.

The spectacular Serra de Tramuntana mountain range runs parallel with the northwest coast and Puig Major (1445m) is its highest point. The northeast coast is largely made up of two bays, the Badia de Pollença and the larger Badia d'Alcudia.
The east coast is an almost continuous string of sandy bays and open beaches, which explains the densely packed tourist developments. Most of the south coast is lined with rocky cliffs interrupted by beaches and coves, and the interior is largely made up of the fertile plain known as Es Pla.

Fornalutx & Biniaraix
Discover the villages of Fornalutx and Biniaraix, set amid perfumed orange and lemon groves.

Marvel at the Gothic Cathedral, one of Europe’s grandest, and bustling Palma's old town.
Gasp at the stunning beauty of the high altitude coastal artists haunt of Deia.
Castell d’Alaro
Cast your eyes over the sweeping plains from the dizzying eerie of Castell d’Alaro.
Parc Natural de s'Albufera
Join twitchers for a spot of bird-watching in the Parc Natural de s'Albufera wetlands.
Climb the pilgrim steps of Calvari in the perky northern town of Pollenca.

Coves del Drac
Explore the Coves del Drac, Mallorca's most spectacular stalactite and stalagmite show.

Capocorb Vell
Take a trip into the ancient past in the talayotic ruins of Capocorb Vell.
Els Calderers
Inspect the Mallorquin noble's grand old way of rural life at Els Calderers possession.