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  • The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma

    The Cathedral of Mallorca, also known as La Seu, is certainly the gem of Mallorca. Especially the construction and the different 'styles' that the Cathedral shows are wonderful to see. The construction of the Mallorca Cathedral took about 300 years for it to be...

    0 by Roelof Lubbert, 4 years ago
  • S'hort del rei

    Within walking distance of the cathedral of Palma is a beautiful park, S´hort del Rei. I have no idea on how it is pronounced (It's in Catalan). It is a very popular touristic attraction because of the peace of mind the park has to offer. When I was walking here in...

    0 by Mandy, 4 years ago
  • Playa Cala Comtesa

    Unlike the busy, tourist filled beaches you'll find all over the island, this is an amazing little hidden bay you can basically only get to by boat - but it is worth it! This is a short stretch of sand surrounded by goat covered rocky hills, with a little seafood shack...

    0 by Itxaso, 5 years ago
  • Sa Calobra strand

    Sa Calobra is definitely one of the highlights of my stay on Mallorca. To reach Sa Calobra, I recommend using a rental car. The public transportation to this place is not properly organized and expensive, whilst a rental car costs around 30 euros a day. It's also nicer...

    0 by Sil, 5 years ago
  • Cathedral

    I am from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and living in the Netherlands for the year as an au pair. This year I am trying to travel as much as I can and it has been amazing to see this part of the world. Recently I paid a visit to Palma de Mallorca and already fell in...

    0 by Lisa, 8 years ago
  • Playa de Ses Illetes

    Ses Illetes beach is one of the most known beaches in Palma de Mallorca. Located in the municipality of Calvià but really close to the city of Palma (2 km), Ses Illetes is a not very long beach of rocks and sand frequented especially by local people: it's difficult to...

    0 by angelo, 8 years ago

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