Destinations in the North of Majorca

A Guide to Puigpunyent Majorca

The name Puigpunyent comes from the sharp shape of the UNESCO World Heritage Galatzó Mountain, which is in the Tramuntana area and is the highest mountain in the region. However, people […]

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The Palma to Soller Train

Majorca has a modern and up to date electric railway that runs from Palma to Inca and it can be a good way to get about that part of the […]

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Torrent de Pareis Majorca Guide

The ravine at the Torrent de Pareis Majorca

To get to the Torrent de Pareis, make your way north towards Inca, follow the road for Selva and then on to Caimari. After a while you will then start […]

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Alcudia Guide

Alcudia bay at sunset in Majorca

Two miles inland from the beach you will find the old fortified town of Alcudia with its walls built up by King Jaume I in about 1300 A.D. The town […]

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Alcudia Beach Guide

Alcudia beach with sun loungers and shades Majorca

A family favourite, Alcudia’s beach is located on the North coast of Majorca. It boasts the largest beach in Majorca, stretching out over 7KM and is perfect for all swimmers, […]

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