MALLORCA MAP PDF

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If you are looking for a Mallorca map (or map of Majorca) you should find what you're looking for below. A very useful map of Mallorca (Majorca) for the tourist showing all the towns, main roads (inc Palma ring road) and beaches. Pdf map of Palma de Mallorca's streets and roads. Detailed and high-resolution maps of Mallorca, Spain for free download. Travel guide to touristic destinations, museums and architecture in Mallorca. Maps and brochures for download on the city of Palma de Mallorca, also including street maps and guides to the bars, hotels, restaurants, and other tourist .


Mallorca Map Pdf

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A different way to visit the city is through its many churches. Palma is a city rich in religious architecture of predominantly Gothis and Baroque styles. The Church. A printable version of a detailed Map of Mallorca. Including all the roads, beaches and mountains. (PDF, 1M). Download PDF. 22 Set. 1 Climate. Mallorca has mild, humid winters, and hot, dry summers. This service will load you up with maps, pamphlets and brochures upon.

Casco Antiguo — Old Town The narrow lanes and alleyways of the Old Town echo with centuries of sea-faring, intercontinental trade and intercultural encounters.

Take a stroll around one of the largest areas of ancient buildings in Europe, cast your eyes over the spruced-up palaces and visit the luxury hotels, shops and bars.

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Cap de Formentor Dizzying twisting roads and dramatic cliffs, north-west Mallorca is wild and beautiful. People crowd the vantage points along the road to photograph this beautiful cape that locals call the "meeting point of the winds.

At the monastery, all the monks' cells are lined up, each with its own exit to the garden terrace with blossoming magnolias and a wonderful view over the valley. During the Wine Festival in September, Binissalem is just one long table laden with wine and food. Sineu Right in the centre of Mallorca lies Sineu, the island's oldest village.

For over a thousand years, farmers have been coming to this unbearably picturesque town with their cows, bulls, horses, sheep, mules, ducks, hens and swans to market each Wednesday. Serra de Tramuntana Extremely popular among nature lovers, this mountain range sprawls along Mallorca's northwest coast, offering one breathtaking vista after another and the island's best trails for hiking and mountain-biking.

Soller The inhabitants of this idyllic village lived for centuries hidden in a valley behind a huge row of mountains.

It was so hard to climb the mountain chain that people preferred to go to Palma by boat. And if they were on a boat anyway, why not go to France?

Soller became tri-lingual—Mallorcan, Spanish and French. In a tunnel was dug through the mountains, so the people of Soller could finally have better access to their own island. The town's wonderful little train still runs today.

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Cala d'Or Cala d'Or is a medium-sized and cosy resort-town located 65 kilometres east of Palma. The city has seven picturesque bays where you can enjoy the sun and beach.

Sa ComaA small, modern resort with a nice sandy beach and plenty of amenities. Cala Millor A large modern resort packed with facilities for active holidays, including a fantastic stretch of beach. Cala Bona A nice family beach resort, with plenty of facilities for holiday makers and a charming working harbour.

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Cala RatjadaA well-established and popular resort with beaches, a working harbour, and vibrant nightlife. Can PicafortA laid-back resort with a long stretch of sandy beach, lgreat for families and sun-seeking holiday makers of all ages.

Playa de MuroA small, modern beach resort ideal for relaxing getaways.

Puerto AlcudiaA large, family resort with fantastic sandy beaches. AlcudiaHistoric old town with ancient relics and ruins. Puerto PollensaA compact beach resort , perfect for family holidays. Cala San VicenteA quiet, traditional fishing village in the north of Majorca, for relaxing, laid-back holidays.

PollensaA beautiful old town packed with ancient relics and buildings. CaimariA sleepy, secluded village, picturesque and authentic, ideal for holidays at a slower pace.

AlaroA charming and rustic Mallorcan town set in spectacular countryside. SollerOutstanding natural beauty and dramatic mountain landscapes. Try typical Mallorcan food Spanish tapas are a must when you visit Mallorca — with lots of good restaurants offer a wide selection of modern day, innovative tapas you are sure to enjoy the experience.

If you are interested in sampling good wines from the island then we recommend doing the Wine Route of the most important wine growing regions of Mallorca. They employ international wine experts.

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From shoes, bags and garments are all the more luxurious when locally crafted. Here is the abcMallorca selection of the best activities on Mallorca.

Here are just a few: CCA Andratx is probably the best private gallery on the island offer world-class international exhibitions. In addition you can also enjoy one of their many events i.

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You can also spend the day by their pool, have lunch as their restaurant and enjoy a truly relax atmosphere surrounded by beautiful art works.Peaceful and secluded, ideal for exploring the Mallorcan countryside. The old city in the south east part of Palma Majorca is a collection of interesting buildings that indicate the presence of Arab settlement in earlier centuries.

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DeiaAn enchanting and picturesque coastal village perched on a hillside, packed with art and culture. Take to the water and see Mallorca from a new perspective. Drifting peacefully above Mallorca is undoubtedly the best way of seeing the island, with its km of coastline.

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