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Cala Bona Resort Mallorca (Majorca)

Once a small fishing village in the south west of Majorca and now one of the biggest tourist resorts in the island. Cala Bona and its long sundy beach is a remain of tranquility next to the Cala Millor resort.

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Santa Ponsa Resort - Majorca

Santa Ponsa is one the most famous family tourist resorts in Majorca. Located at about 20 minutes from Mallorca's Capital and Airportm, the resort offers many hotels and apartments nearly all of them built along sea side and the beach.

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Deia Village - Mallorca (Majorca)

A blue, ochre, olive green and brown colored village in the north of Mallorca, once home to Robert Graves and now a millionaires hideaway. Deia (also misspelled Deya) is a a must visit if you are staying in Mallorca (Majorca).

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Soller and Port of Soller - Mallorca (Majorca)

Soller, in the northeast of Mallorca (Majorca). A small village in a valley, down the mountains that keeps its mallorcan character. Information, history and more.

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San Augustin - Majorca

San Augustin, a residential area by the sea side about 7 kilometres from the city of Palma de Majorca and only a kilometre from the Cala Mayor beach. Its close location to Palma makes San Augustin a perfect place for living as well as for holidays.

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Sineu - Mallorca

Sineu is the perfect example for those looking for the other mallorca, the one made of small and ancient villages where the mass tourism as completely passed away. An interesting and ancient agricultural hilltop town boasting over 1000 years of history.

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Palma de Mallorca

General information about Palma, Mallorca (Majorca) capital. Find out how may inhabitants has, how people takes live and why so many come every year to spend their holidays. A multicultural city but peaceful and lively at the same time.

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Pollensa and Puerto Pollensa

Pollensa (known as Pollenša by the locals) is with no doubt one the most beatiful places in Mallorca. The preferred destination for artists at the beginning of the century, Pollensa is now home to a community of both foreign residents and locals.

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Magaluf (Magalluf)

Young british people, sun, beaches. Magaluf (Magalluf) is Mallorca's british capital for party.

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