A Tour Guide to Mallorca

Mallorca is the largest and most densely populated island of the Spain. The other islands that compose of Spanish Balearic are Ibiza, Menorca and, Formentera. Mallorca is located on the southern coast of Mediterranean Sea and deemed as an extremely populated tourist destination among visitors, coming from Scandinavia, Germany, UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Canada and USA. With beautiful weather, stunning prospect, gourmet cuisines, rugged landscape, rocky mountains, lush hillsides, dramatic cliffs, pristine coves and crystal clear waters, Mallorca is a gorgeous holiday destination in Europe. Packed with so many options, you can visit Mallorca for a week’s vacation. Since 1983, Mallorca is an independent region in Spain, and Catalan is the most spoken language over there after Spanish. Known as the first-rate tourist spot, Mallorca has many excursion places but below mentioned should not be missed if you are heading to Mallorca.

Palma Cathedral The architectural landmark of Mallorca, Palma Cathedral is gigantic in size and stunningly beautiful inside and outside.  Designed by the famous architects Antoni Gaudi and Miquel Barcelo, the Gotic-styled Cathedral is referred as one of its kind due to its sheer perfection and exterior as well as interior.

Valldemossa Frederic Chopin spent some time in this beautiful village that shows early Spanish culture.

Deià is a small coastal village in the Serra de Tramuntana.

Sóller is a beautiful town in the mountains. The resort area of Port de Sóller is four kilometres away and has a really nice promenade. The Ferrocarril de Sóller runs between Palma’s Plaza d’Espanya and Sóller. The very old-fashioned train journey is slow – iut takes over an hour, but you should not miss the the trip with its scenic views of the mountains on both sides of the tunnel.
Mallorca is replete with natural beauty that makes it a perfect holiday destination. The well-developed beaches, diverse landscape, historical monuments and divine architecture of Mallorca have something for everyone, travelling to this panoramic island.

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