Mallorca is a lush idyllic island in the Mediterranean. The island measures more than 600 miles in diameter and has a population of 1,124,972. The island is mainly loved for its beautiful scenery and beautiful beaches, there are more than 200 beaches to choose from. The interior of the island consists mainly of plains, while the northwest is given away to the Sierre de Traunatana Mountains, reaching heights above 1500 meters.
Mallorca is one of Spain's autonomous regions and the capital is Palma de Mallorca. Palma is the cultural and historical center of Mallorca, with a picturesque harbor overlooked by the great magnificent gothic cathedral and a swathe other amazing buildings scattered throughout the city.
Deia and Soller
On the west side of the Sierra de Tramuntana, the beautiful villages of Deia and Soller are the main highlights of this region, with its high settings, spatacular views, magnificent buildings and the feeling of retreat. La Cartuja Monastery is Valledemossa's main attraction, while Deia is famous for its good eateries and inspiration it provides for lovers of art.
On the eastern side of the island there are large fields with almond and olive trees. Mannacor is a city known for the production of Majoricaperler. The famous drip stone caves are located on the east coast. The largest is located in Porto Cristo. Just north of the island lies Alcudia and Puerto Pollenca with its beautiful scenery and beautiful beaches.
Alcudia is located completely north of the island, it is approx. 5.5 miles from Palma de Mallorca airport.
The old town of Alcudia or Pollentia, originally named, is a historic center of Majorca. The city was founded in the year 123 BC, and was an important city in Roman times-it is an experience to visit the old town. Within the city walls there is a maze of narrow streets and small open spaces. A more idyllic city is hard to find. Cozy cafes, restaurants and shops make the visit unforgettable. Tuesdays and Sundays are market days. Locals and visitors come to shop clothes, fruits and vegetables and souvenirs from the market that extend through the streets throughout the city.
Puerto de Alcudia is a modern cozy harbor area surrounded by sailboats and old fishing boats each other. The seaside is a natural meeting point in the evenings. In the marina and the pedestrian streets around it, the cafes, restaurants and pubs fill people who enjoy warm evenings and pleasant atomosphere. From Puerto de Alcudia it is one of the most imaginative beaches in the Mediterranean. It starts in Alcudia and goes all the way to Can Picafort. The eastern part of the beach is called Playa de Muro. The beach is so long and wide that it is not difficult to find a quiet place or a place for active beach life. The water is tall and the sand is completely white. Along the beach is the beach promenade that goes all the way to the harbor.
Purto Pollensa has all-rafted nature beautiful sandy beaches and a friendly atomic sphere. Shielded horseshoe-shaped bay set against the impressive Tramuntana mountain range. No wonder it's still a favorite of families and couples coming back time after time.
Excursions from Puerto Pollensa are almost endless. For example, you can hire a car and head out to the 300m high cliff Cap de Formnutor, which directs directly into the sea like Mallorcas own North Cape.