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Best things to do in Majorca

Church
“La Seu is a landmark of the city, and it will undoubtedly be the first recognizable landmark that you see on the final approach before landing at the nearby Son Sant Joan international airport. ”
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Natural Feature
“I suggest booking online if you are staying with us during peak season. It's a little cheaper and it's a good idea to do this in advance as it gets very booked up! It's an amazing place to visit, even with children I'd say from the ages of 4 upwards.”
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Castle
“Charming castle perfectly preserved and lovely view of all Palma city and the bay”
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Aquarium
“Palma Aquarium has the deepest shark tank in Europe, the Big Blue, contains 3.5 million liters or salt water. Much appreciated by children as there are also playgrounds and many activities.”
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Market
“At the market you will find local produce both to cook at home, or enjoy at the market. Some shops give you a taste of local wines or gastronomic products. There are cafes, oyster bars, sushi spots, and a restaurant.”
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Shopping Mall
“Nearest shopping center from the accomodation. You will find shops, bars, restaurants and cinema ”
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Zoo
“Between Alcudia and Ca'n Picafort we have a large sand beach, in total 13 km. long. Ideal for jogging or walking, in the summer swimming and sunbathing. Part of it belongs to the Albufera, with dunes and quiet beach.”
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Museum
“Modern Art Museum. It has a very nice terrace also to have a drink after the visit. ”
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Shopping Mall
“Big shopping centre including huge grocery shop Carrefour. Near the airport!”
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Farmers Market
“Santa Catalina is nice with many many good restaurants, coffe in the morning at Claro or El Perrito, also for night life it's the place to be, the whole street Carrer de Sant Magi is busy in the evenings. On Saturdays try to have lunch in the Santa Catalina Market anywhere between 12:00 and 16:00 this is a very nice experience, busy but fun and your chance to taste many local dishes for good prices. You can even buy your own fresh fish and get it cooked by a small stall on in the corner of the market.”
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Natural Feature
“If Cala d’Or’s beaches get too crowded, take the morning bus to Es Trenc. This beautiful beach of clear blue water and golden sand, backed by pine trees and dunes, stretches for almost 5km along the wild south-eastern shore. There is a small bar-restaurant here and you can hire sun umbrellas, but there are few other facilities and the beach rarely gets packed with bodies. Be warned though, Es Trenc is popular with nudists and the bodies that you do see are likely to be bare.”
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Natural Feature
“One of the most famous post cards of Majorca. A lighthouse on top of a 384 meters high cliff. Breathtaking views and road :-/”
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Neighborhood
“The Paseo Marítimo is famous for its wide range of bars and discotheques where you can dance all night long. ”
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Night Club
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“es de pago, discoteca muy grande situada en el paseo marítimo. big disco located at the Palma bay, you must pay for the entrance.”
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Administrative Area Level 3
“This mountainous region stretches all along the north west side of the island. It's now a world heritage site!”
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Natural Feature
“One of Majorca most famous post cards! White sand beach and shallow blue water. Building free place, dunes and vegetation. Packed with people naked or not. Full with boats anchored. Worth a visit.”
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