Trips, excursions and days out around Majorca

A guide to Bellver Castle Palma de Majorca

Bellver Castle Architecture The Bellver castle is of Gothic styling, dating from the early 14th century. The castle is located to about three kilometres from the centre of Palma de […]

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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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Guide to Raixa Estate Gardens Near Bunyola Majorca

Raixa gardens water feature near Bunyola Majorca

The house and gardens of Raixa have Arabian origins. With the abundance of water and the fertility of territories of this privileged place, the Moors founded the Araixa farmhouse here […]

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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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Cabrera Guide

The departures docking pier at Cabrera

Cabrera has around 17 islands with a total of 13 square kilometres of landscape, which can be reached after about a one hour boat trip from Majorca. Cabrera is a […]

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Deia Town Guide Majorca

Deia's terraced houses in Majorca

Deia is a village in the northwest of Majorca half an hour from Palma, between Valldemossa, Soller and Bunyola. It is surrounded by the Tramuntana Mountains with its church on […]

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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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Palma Nova Beach Guide

Palam Nova beach from a distance

Palma Nova beach actually comprises of 3 individual beaches. They are: Palma Nova I Palma Nova II Son Maties Each beach has a promenade area lined with numerous bars and […]

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Na Burguesa Viewpoint

Distant view of Na Burguesa statue with plint and column

Na Burguesa is the hill overviewing Palma. At a height of 440 metres it has perfect views over Palma’s bay and most of Majorca. To get there you must take […]

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Trip to the Monastery at San Salvador – Majorca

Sant Salvador monument and steps in Felanitx Majorca

Situated inland from Majorca’s East coast, the monastery of San Salvador sits on the top of a mountain overlooking the surrounding countryside. It can be visited by taking the road […]

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