Destinations in the East of Majorca

Capdepera and Cala Ratjada Guide

View to sea from the Capdepera fortress in Majorca

As you make towards Cala Ratjada through Capdepera, you will come across a castle overlooking the town. Pirates Attack Capdepera It is said that in the 14th century vicious pirates […]

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Concerts of the March Foundation in Cala Ratjada

Cala Gat near Cala Ratjada view of the beach

Every year during spring and summer, jazz concerts are organised as part of the cultural activities of the March Foundation in the Torre Cega. Access to the concerts is usually […]

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Sa Coma Guide

A walkway to the sea at Sa Coma beach Majorca

Further up the east coast, after passing through Porto Cristo going north, you will find the road signs will start directing you to such towns as Cala Bona, Cala Millor, […]

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Caves of Drach (Coves del Drac) – near Porto Cristo Majorca

Crossing the underwater lake in the Caves of Drac Majorca

The Caves of Drach (Coves del Drac – The Dragon Caves) are located about half a mile out of Portocristo and are well worth a visit. They have been known […]

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A Guide to Porto Cristo (Christ Port) Majorca

Small Majorcan boats at Porto Cristo Majorca

Porto Cristo was formally known as Cala de Manacor until its name was changed in 1912 to commemorate the old legend that an image of Christ landed in the cove […]

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Cala Ratjada Majorca Guide

People sunbathing on Cala Ratjada beach

A common destination for German tourists and the most eastern point in Majorca. Cala Ratjada is located 65KM from Palma, in the northeast. This tourist resort used to be a small […]

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