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Mallorca is the most beautiful and largest island of the Balearic Islands and attract tourists from all over the world. Here is you can enjoy sunbathing, swimming, exploring medieval villages and enjoy hours of party here. SO if you want to need more information about the most beautiful places in Mallorca then visit


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Travel Zoom Interesting travel reports from all over the world THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES IN MALLORCA

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Whether you are sunbathing on the beaches swimming in the beautiful blue Mediterranean waters feeling the sand on a walk on the beach or exploring medieval villages Mallorca offers much more than just hours of parties. Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands and attracts tourists from all over the world.

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Valldemossa a small village in the Sierra de Tramuntana is considered one of the most beautiful places in Mallorca. Narrow cobblestone streets are flanked by old houses preceded by lush greenery and flowers. Pictures of St. Catalina Thomas patron saint of Mallorca adorn many doors. Valldemossas most famous landmark is the 13th-century Real Cartuja de Valldemossa where the Polish composer Frederic Chopin lived here. But other composers writers and artists are also closely associated with Valldemossa which is also known for its summer festivals where the village saints are remembered. Valldemossa is also a good place for cycling or hiking in the mountains. Valldemossa

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If medieval villages are your thing then you should definitely visit Pollenca a picturesque town in the north of Majorca. The buildings are several centuries old and criss- crossed by narrow cobblestone streets. One of the citys outstanding features is a 365-step staircase that leads up to the hill of Calvary. Pollenca

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The city of Alcudia is a very popular tourist destination in the north of Majorca. The atmosphere is family-oriented but it is also ideal for those who like beach activities and want to explore medieval villages. Some houses in the walled village date back to the 13th century The wall was cultivated in the 14th century. Alcudia

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The traditional Mallorcan village of Soller is a popular destination from Palma. You should visit this place via a narrow-gauge railway from the year 1912 since the journey by car is quite expensive because of high toll on a road with 57 serpentines. As soon as you arrive you can admire the atmosphere of this picturesque village surrounded by orange groves and known as the Valley of the Oranges. Be sure to try the local orange liqueur Angel dOr . He shall

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Palma de Mallorca Palma de Mallorca usually called only Palma houses half of the island population as it just belongs to a capital. This charming city with its colorful buildings is an ideal place to learn about the history of the island. In its past the island was conquered or peacefully populated by the Romans to the Christians. Remains of every culture can be found in the old town famous for La Seu a massive 13th- century cathedral built on a mosque. Take your time to stroll through the old town with its narrow streets. You will find unique galleries cafes and shops to spend your tourists Euros.

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