Majorca towns are diverse. Spread across the island they all have their own unique style, join me in exploring them.
As a very general guide: The northeast of the island has the history, the east coast has the crystal clear sea and the south and west are known for their picturesque scenery.
If you decide to visit the towns, try not to visit too many at one time. You came on holiday to slow down. You need to relax and experience the atmosphere of the area.
I have great memories of riding in the car, going up and down the mountains to reach our chosen town: and the views were spectacular!
During the summer season the roads can be pretty busy and the trips can seem quite a bit longer, but the drive is always enjoyable.
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Andratx Spain is your typical Majorcan town and the largest town in the South West of the island. When walking through the town you will notice.......
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Inca Mallorca is Positioned centrally on the Spanish island of Majorca, between Palma de Majorca and Alcudia, Inca is the third largest town on.......
Alcudia Majorca is one of the main tourist centres on the island of Majorca and is a historic town with a lot of Moorish and Roman influences. Alcudia.......
Cap de Formentor
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Port de Pollença or Puerto Pollensa is the most northern town in Majorca and is very compact. Port de Pollença is set against the beautiful backdrop.......
Over the years I have ordered paella at many different restaurants, the quality is extremely high. Some towns are known for having 5 Euro meals although they’re very small restaurants, this is one of the great things about historic towns.
It is a thought to visit a market during your visit. It is nice to see the fresh fruit and vegetables sold within an historic atmosphere.
The easiest way to get around Majorca towns is by foot. In some of the larger towns you can get from point to point on a horse and carriage, especially in the city of Palma.
Cafes are a nice place to relax and to check your messages and e-mails using the wireless Internet, while having a nice, long, cappuccino.