Do I Need a Fishing License in Majorca?

Majorca tuna

The short answer is, yes. A fishing license is required in Majorca for anyone of 14 years or over. However, any chartered fishing trips will be covered by a ‘collective’ […]

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Palma Bay (Badia de Palma) Marine Reserve

Palma bay marine reserve map

The Palma Bay Marine Reserve is situated in the northeast side of the bay is 2.394 hectares, and includes all the area from the coast to 30 metres depth between […]

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Migjorn Marine Reserve of Majorca (Marina del Migjorn)

Migjorn Marine Reserve Majorca

The Migjorn Marine Reserve is between Cabo Blanco (White Cape), Ses Salines Cape (Cabo Ses Salines) and Cala Figuera, and has a total area of 22.332 hectares going as far […]

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Majorca Cycling Route 8 from Palma to Sant Elm

This lineal route starts in the city of Palma de Majorca and continues through the southwest coast all the way to Sant Elm. Duration: 2 hours Distance: 37.5 KM Difficulty: […]

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Majorca Cycling Route 7 from Palma to Campos

This is a medium difficult route which takes you from the centre of Palma towards the east of Majorca. Duration: 2 hours Distance: 53 KM Difficulty: medium Mountain bike required: […]

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Majorca Cycling Route 4 – Llucmajor and surroundings

This route starts in Llucmajor, passes by the Capocorb Vell archaeological site and ends back in Llucmajor. Duration: 2 hours Distance: 30KM Difficulty: medium Mountain bike required: no Circular route: […]

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Majorca Cycling Route 3 – Inca and surroundings

This Majorca cycling route starts in the city of Inca, passing through Selva, Mancor del Vall, and Lloseta before returning to Inca. Duration: 1 hour Distance: 15 KM Difficulty: medium Circular route: yes […]

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Majorca Cycling Route 2 – Algaida and Surroundings

The Majorca Cycling Route 2 starts in the village of Algaida and passes through Sencelles, Ruberts and Pina before returning to Algaida. Duration: 2 hours Distance: 25 KM Difficulty: medium […]

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Majorca Cycling Route 1 – Port de Pollensa (Pollença) to Campos

This Majorca cycling route crosses Majorca from the Northwest to the Southeast; from Pollença, passing through Campanet, Selva, Inca, Sencelles, Algaida, and Llucmajor to finish in Campos. Duration: 5 hours […]

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Majorca Cycling Route 11 – Calvià and surroundings

Circular route which will take you through the main towns of the municipality of Calvià. Duration: 2 hours Distance: 31 KM Difficulty: easy Mountain bike required: no Circular route: yes […]

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