Mallorca is an island for all your needs
Mallorca is an island by the many beautiful landscapes and places each of his answers to the most diverse needs of tourists.
Families, sports, couples on honeymoon, naturalists, youth, lovers of art and history for each of these categories there is a place to enjoy its beauty.
So to move from its northern imagining you can appreciate the Phoenician of Alcudia, where lie the remains del’antica Pollentia, Cap de Formentor, with its lighthouse overlooking the sea for about 200m, Pollenca, the Roman Pollentia and Lluc, the place of worship of the patron saint of Mallorca Mare de Deu de Lluc.
Continuing meet Sòller, of Moorish origin of bars and restaurants concentrated in the Plaza de la Costituciò, Déjà, a small village on a hill frequented by writers and artists to the beauty of the landscape, galleries and trendy bars, where stand the Valldemossa Tejas pintadas (painted tiles) capable, according to Majorcan tradition, to ward off misfortune.
Also in Valldemossa, on Mount Tex, is situated the Cartuja (The Carthusian monastery) which stayed between 1838 and 1839 the writer and his lover G.Sand F.Chopin.
Heading south west is Banyalbufar, tenth-century seafaring village, where stands the building of The Barony (XVI century) and Estellencs, mountain village where you can leave for trips to the Natural Park of Sa Dragonera or Serra.
On the eastern side we find Capdepera, a small hill town overlooked by the Castle (XIII century)., Artà, a medieval town with the church of San Salvador, Porto Cristo, beautiful seaside village, Felanitx, central processing of ceramics. Opposite the south coast, finally, there’s the National Park of the Cabrera archipelago that besides being a natural paradise is also a place of memory.
The island of Cabrera, in fact, was used as a prison and kept in his castle is a monument to the French prisoners detained between 1809 and 1813.
Tags: cap de formentor, cartuja, national park of the cabrera, natural park of sa dragonera, porto cristo, valldemossa