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Mallorca Cities and Regions

Palma de Majorca

Palma is the island’s capital and usually one’s first stop on the island. The city is worth at least a day’s ramble to see the cathedral and museum which provide a glimpse of the island’s history and culture. 

Southwestern Peninsula

Mountainous and studded with villages which have successfully fought off mass tourism, this region is easily reached from Palma. In summer, the highlands provide a welcome refuge from the heat.

Northern Coast

Waves of Brits, Irish, Scandinavians and Germans have practically colonized this part of the island, but it still retains its charming and quiet corners, coves, towns and, surprisingly enough, traditions.

Southeastern Coast

Natural parks brimming with flora and fauna, stunning cave systems, ancient sites and lots and lots of beaches make the southeastern coast one of the most popular for visitors.


The interior is a refreshing respite from the glitz and crowds of the tourist-heavy coasts. Rural hotels, restaurants serving authentic Majorcan cuisine and local artisans are the big draws.

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