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About Mallorca

The ever popular star of the Mediterranean, Mallorca has a big sunny personality thanks to its ravishing beaches, remote mountains and soulful hill towns - Kerry Christiani. Lonely Planet

About Mallorca

The island of Mallorca, a gem of the Mediterranean, is known as one of the best touristic destinations in the world. Its beautiful beaches with white sand or rocks and the Serra de Tramuntana, Unesco World Heritage since 2010, make it a magical place full of natural beauty. In addition to its mountains and beaches, charming villages like Valldemossa, Deia and Soller will surprise you with their incredible architecture, cuisine and vineyards.

The city of Palma is the capital of Mallorca. Palma is famous for its cathedral of the XIII century, its old town and its stunning bay, which gives us a perfect view of incredible sunsets every day.

Palma is a charming city with winding cobblestone streets, and the weather doesn't disappoint. The average temperature in the summer varies between 20-25º C (68-75º F) and the sun is almost always shining. For having a small town feeling, Palma is full of fun bars and restaurants with all kinds of food. You can find activities such as wine tastings, tapas routes and walking tours easily. With its incredible Gaudi and gothic style buildings and its museums, the culture is present on every street. With a short walk through the center, you will stumble upon Santa Eulalia and its typical mallorquin interior patios, La Rambla and its noble houses, or the two original fishermans neighbourhoods La Lonja and Santa Catalina, which nowadays are a gastronomic and leisure goldmine. Don't forget about Palma's famous port, which is a top destination for sailing and yachting.

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Caves of Campanet

Caves of Campanet

The Caves of Campanet are situated on the southern slopes of the Sant Miquel hill in the Serra de Tramuntana in the north of Majorca. They have a surface area of approximately 3,200 square metres, are at a depth of 50 metres and have created a cavity of nearly 16,000 cubic metres. The tour, which lasts about 40 minutes, takes you on a pathway of nearly through different passages and chambers, some of which have small water pools.These chambers are known by such romantic names as Sala Romántica (the Romantic Chamber), Sala del Lago (the Lake Chamber), Castillo Encantado (Enchanted Castle), Sala de la Palmera (the Palm Tree Chamber), Cascada Sonora (Musical Waterfall) etc. These caves are noted for the fineness and richness of their calcareous deposits in the form of stalactites and stalagmites. Apart from their natural decorative qualities, different aspects have attracted the attention of scientists and naturalists. For example, whilst work has being carried out to prepare the caves for visitors, the fossilised remains of Myotragus balearicus were found, a species of goat-like bovidae endemic from Majorca and Minorca, extinct 4,000 years ago following the arrival of man on the islands. The caves have inspired painters such as Casimir Tarrassó who dedicated a series of signed oils to them in 1948; and poets such as Bartomeu Guasp i Gelabert who composed the ode "Caves of Sant Miquel" (1949). They have also been the setting for various films.

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