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Breaks In Majorca, Spain

Posted January 5, 2011 by BookingBuddy

Majorca_beach Ringed by sandy golden beaches and warm turquoise waters, Majorca is most people’s ideal holiday destination. The biggest of the Balearic islands, its beaches are often thronged with eager sunseekers escaping from colder climes. However, a little research will reward the patient visitor access to quiet beaches and quaint little towns. Hike through the majestic Serra de Tramunta and take in the island’s lush vegetation, or explore the surreal confines of the Coves del Drac (Dragon Caves.)

Stay

Ca’s Curial – Enjoy some well-earned rest when you stay at this charmingly old-fashioned farmhouse hotel, surrounding by magnificent mountain views. Relax by the swimming pool and soak in the scent of the orange and lemon trees, or explore the trails through the Tramunta mountain range. Rooms rates start from £150 and include breakfast.

 

Eat

Es Baluard – Put your tastebuds into overdrive with some ‘New Mallorcan’ cuisine. Es Baluard updates traditional recipes with innovative ideas and fresh, seasonal ingredients. Starters include anchovy ‘cake’ served with orange and vinegar, rabbit and sticky rice, and cream of artichokes with Iberico ham.

 

See

Palma de Mallorca – Leave the beaches and discover Majorca’s historical side in Palma. The Balearics’ capital city has a wealth of stunning historical buildings – a reminder of its turbulent past. The Castell de Bellver towers over the bay of Palma, and offers wonderful views over the city. Travel back in time with a trip through the narrow streets of the Old City, or pay a visit to the mills at El Jonquet. 


Check here for Majorca travel information.

 

(Photo: directline-holidays.co.uk)

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