Guide to Majorca

Informative Majorca guide outlining the holiday island in the Spanish Balearics.

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Majorca Guide

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Cabrera Island Majorca: Cabrera Island (or Goat Island) lies off the south coast of Mallorca, about 18 kilometres from Colonia Sant Jordi. The island gets its name from the herds of goats which grazed on it for many centuries. Declared a National Park in 1991, Cabrera Island boasts some rare species of plants and marine life, it also has the remains of a 14th century castle....... more: Cabrera Island.

Capocorb Vell Majorca: The prehistoric settlement of Capocorb Vell is located some 5 kilometres inland from Cala Pi on Mallorca's south coast. Possibly dating from as early as 1200 BC, this ancient village was built from huge stones covering....... more: Capocorb Vell.

Sa Calobra (the Snake) is a small village situated on a pretty bay bounded by high cliffs in northern Mallorca. Located at the end of a long winding road, it has a pebbly beach, a restaurant and some bars. Most people visit Sa Calobra..... more: Sa Calobra.

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Majorca Hotels: Castillo Hotel Son Vida

Majorca Golf: Golf Santa Ponsa - Son Vida Golf - Spanish Golf Courses

Majorca Attractions: Puig de Randa

Majorca Places: Alcudia - Andratx - Arta - Cala Bona - Cala Dor - Cala Millor - Cala Ratjada - Cala San Vicente - Calvia - Can Pastilla - Can Picafort - Capdepera - Colonia Sant Jordi - Deia - El Arenal - Felanitx - Inca - Llucmajor - Magaluf - Manacor - Muro - Palma de Mallorca - Palma Nova - Petra - Pollensa - Porto Colom - Porto Cristo - Puerto Pollensa - Santanyi - Santa Ponsa - Ses Salines - Sineu - Soller - Valldemossa

Other Links: Weather in Mallorca

Related: Balearic Islands - Menorca - Ibiza - Formentera - Spain

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