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    Authentic, multi-faceted ... Fall in love with the Island
    The Balearic Island are amongst the most sought-after vacation spots in Spain. Majorca, the largest of the four Islands, is 3,626 square kilometeres large. Thanks to it's position, one can savor the mild mediterranean climate. The Island boasts not only beautiful sandy beaches and small romantic "calas", but also the Unesco cited "Serra de Tramuntana" mountain range - from north to south - are only some of the offerings that make Majorca the perfect holiday getaway.
    The paradise of Majorca
    The fact can neither be ignored nor taken for granted that Majorca is, and has long been one of Europs top Holiday Destinations. Spectacular landscapes, the mild mediterranean climate, modern living with oldworld charm and a culture scene coupled with an modern living are only a few of the island's appeal. The caleber of enticing culenary specialties are majorcan, spanish, and international - and are certain to please even the most discerning of palets. Come hike, bike, drive, swim, explore, eat, enjoy!
    Mallorquin Culture
    The island Majorca offers more than what it is reputed for, mainly sun and see. Chuck-full of heritage, tradition, culture, personality, modern living and logistik. The cultural center of the island is undoubtedly the Majorcan capital, Palma, characterized by the beauty and uniqueness of its historic old town. Unique buildings with a lot of history behind its walls, and above all, an atmosphere and nightlife that fill the streets of the metropole even in the quieter months.
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    Palma is the capital of the island of Majorca. It has one of the largest populations of Spain per square meter which makes it undoubtedly the center of life and activity on the island. Majorca has a great wealth historically and culturally. In the Bay of Palma is the wonderful Cathedral "La Seu" facing the sea and considered by many to be the most spectacular in Spain - even in the mediterranean. In addition, shopping is never at a lost in the center of this bustling metropole.


    Away from the coast and their big hotels, the interior of the island offers a variety of small villages, each with their own individual charm. This area, in the middle of Majorca, is the shallowest part of the Island. Villages such as Inca, Sineu or Santa Maria highlight their traditional open air market on particular days, attracting both locals and tourists. This is the prime region for the evergrowing wine cultivation with its international awards, and is still nevertheless relatively "untouched" compared to the rest of the island. Many beautiful fincas here are off the beaten track and offer plenty of peace and quiet - pure tranquility.


    The villages in this region are in the middle of the beautiful "Serra de Tramuntana", a landscape surrounded by mountains and spectacular views. Some of the most outstanding towns and villages in this area are: Sóller, Puerto de Sóller, Deià and Fornalutx. Sóller, in Moorish Sulliar, means gold, and is picturesquely situated in the mountains above the sea. The gold that provided wealth many centuries ago supplied the basis of the orange and lemon groves. They are still the crowning glory of the vegetation today. Deià, going south 12 km from Sóller, is almost the halfway distance to Valldemossa. For artists and bohemes, Deià was very popular because of its casual atmosphere. Valldemossa is well know for Chaopin and Sands' horribly cold winter in the early 1800's. The village of Fornalutx, with its many steps, steep streets and stone houses, has several times been voted the most beautiful village in all of Spain.


    Miles of sandy beaches and christal clear waters make this region one of the most popular areas for summer vacationers. The best known places in this area are Alcudia and Pollença and their respective ports: Port de Alcudia and Port de Pollença. If surfing or windsurfing is your fancy, then this is the place for you! Thanks to it's location and due to the wafe conditions on the coast line, this are the spots where more watersports can be enjoyed.


    On the other side of the island, the southeastern part of Majorca, we find villages which are characterized by their traditional port trade from those early days. Historically, many centuries can be felt in the streets and behind the stone walls of these villages. One of the most popular and famous beaches of the Balearics, is the caribbean-style Es Trenc, located in and around the dunes of Colonia de Sant Jordi and Sa Rapita. Beyond Santanyí, the bays or "calas" of pristine water quality will not disappoint a single solitary soul - also due to it's breathtaking beauty. Other famous towns of the region are: Sa Coma, Porto Cristo and Porto Petro.


    In the southwest corner of the island of Majorca amongst other towns are Port d'Andratx, Sant Elm, Calvià and Santa Ponça. Entertainment, sports such as Golf and Tennis, fine dining and luxurious real estate are characteristc of this area. Some of the largest privately-owned boats have their berths in the ports located here. This region has the largest selection of international schools thanks to its demographic diversity. The well connected road to Palma increases it's desirability.