Map of Mallorca

Useful Mallorca map, showing the main towns and resorts of the island.


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Detailed Road Map of Mallorca Balearic Islands

Mallorca Map - Zoomable street map of Mallorca (Majorca), in the Spanish Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea. Mallorca has a good selection of hotels and holiday rental accommodation, and there are plenty of excellent beaches.

Mallorca Tourist Information
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Majorca Weather Forecast
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Mallorca Golf Course Guide
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Mallorca Beach Guide
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Mallorca History (Majorca)
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Using the buttons on the top left you can 'zoom' and 'pan' to get a detailed street map of Mallorca and plan your visit to the island. By zooming in it is also possible to view Palma Airport (Aeropuerto de Palma de Mallorca) located south of the capital Palma in the west of the island. Popular resorts include Magaluf, Porto Cristo, Palma Nova, Calas de Mallorca, Cala Millor, Andratx, Puerto Pollensa and Santa Ponsa.

Mallorca (Majorca) is the largest of the Balearic Islands and has become a popular holiday destination since 'package tourism' began in 1952. Mallorca has been inhabited since ancient times and burial chambers show evidence of settlers during the Palaeolithic Era, it was later occupied by the Romans in 123 BC and under Roman rule became a thriving island with an economy based on the production of wine, olive oil and salt.

The Romans founded such towns as the capital Palma (Palmaria) and Alcudia (Pollentia). Conquered by both the Vandals and the Byzantines, Mallorca eventually came under the control of the Moors in 902, was it finally re-conquered for the Christians by Jaime I of Aragon in 1229.

Some famous people have lived on Mallorca including George Sand, Frederick Chopin, Robert Graves and Joan Miro, modern celebrities with homes there include Michael Douglas, Boris Becker and Michael Schumacher.

You will probably be arriving in Mallorca at the capital, Palma de Mallorca, either by plane at Son Sant Joan Airport or by ferry from the mainland or the other Balearic Islands, some driving distances that you will have to travel to get to your resort will be Palma Nova (28 kilometres), Magaluf (30 kilometres), Santa Ponsa (34 kilometres), Puerto Pollensa (68 kilometres), Alcudia (64 kilometres).

More Mallorca 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 - Puerto Pollensa - Santanyi - Ses Salines - Sineu - Soller - Valldemossa

Mallorca Property: Mallorca Holiday Apartment - Puerto Andratx Apartment

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

Majorca Hotels: Castillo Hotel Son Vida

Mallorca Attractions: Puig de Randa - Sa Calobra - Cabrera Island - Capocorb Vell

Other Links: Weather in Mallorca

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

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