The largest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca is famous for the sunny beaches, amazing mountains and the beautiful landscapes. It is also a place where one can get affordable Mediterranean food. This island is the amalgamation of modern equipped beaches along with wild natural forests and mountain ranges.
With a coastline of more than 550 km, Majorca is like the mecca for people who love beaches and crystal clear water. Apart from the wonderful beaches, as you move inwards, it introduces to you forests, valleys and mountains, that make the landscape really beautiful. The island can be divided into three parts geographically. The south west to north east is known as Serra de Tramuntana, and the Serra de Llevant is situated along the east coast. Between these two lies Es pla which is the central plain. The major recreation localities in the island are Arenal, Cala Mayor and Palma Nova. If you would like to visit the serene bays, you can try out Andraks, Santa Ponsa and Paguera.
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