Places and resorts around Majorca.

Felanitx – A little history

Felanitx church and long walk up the steps

As well as the twice weekly market, Felanitx is also a town of historic interest. The imposing church of San Miguel has it’s main entrance at the head of a […]

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Cala Falco Beach Guide

Looking out to sea from Cala Falco beach in Majorca

Hidden away just a few kilometres from Majorca’s popular resort of Magaluf is Cala Falco (Falcon Cove). This small cove hosts a sand beach surrounded by trees and steep cliffs […]

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Peguera Beach Resorts

Peguera from a rocky outcrop across the bay

Peguera is a small touristic complex in Calvià where you will be able to enjoy sun, water activities, golfing, etc. It is mainly a German resort, but in recent years […]

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Cala Figuera – Majorcan Natural Harbour

The natural harbour of Cala Figuera in Majorca

Follow the signposts from the market town of Santanyi to the coastal inlet of Cala Figuera. This is where the Mediterranean pushes its way inland and creates a type of […]

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Magaluf Water Parks

Western Water Park Magaluf Majorca

There are two Magaluf water parks, Western Park & the small splash park which is part of the attractions at Katmandu. Western Water Park is situated about 1 KM from the south […]

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Cala Vinyes Guide Majorca

Cala Vinyes is one of Majorca’s smaller resorts catering more towards families and the older generation. Located in the municipality of Calvia and only a few kilometres from Majorca’s busy […]

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Magaluf Guide Day and Night

BCM entrance in Magaluf Majorca

Located in the municipality of Calvia, Magaluf is one of Majorca’s big resorts, if not the biggest. The resort of Palma Nova is right next door and it’s difficult to […]

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A Guide to Santa Ponsa (Santa Ponca)

The fountain near the beach at Santa Ponsa Majorca

Situated on the South West coast area of Majorca, Santa Ponsa is a lively resort at its  busiest between May and the middle of October, however that does not mean […]

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A Guide To Galilea Majorca

Cafe outside terrace area at Galilea Majorca

In Majorca’s Tramuntana Mountains, which are declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, you’ll find a little town, very similar to a small town that can be found in Palestine (Holy […]

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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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