Majorca - An Island of Contrasts
With almost 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and many breathtaking sandy beaches, it's hardly surprising that Majorca has become world-famous for "Sun, Sea and Sand" Holidays. But there is another Majorca waiting to be explored, that of surprising contrasts in landscape, nature reserves and an unique culture full of traditions.
Why not complement your stay in the North of Malloca by visiting the most recognizable places recommended by us, the residents of the North.
The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, crowned by the ‘Puig Major’ peak (1,432m), runs the length of the island from Port d'Andratx to the Formentor peninsula and dominates the west coast of the island with its rugged beauty.
With almost 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and a host of breathtaking, sandy beaches it is hardly surprising that Majorca has become world-famous for 'sun, sea and sand' holidays.
Majorca is known for its many beautiful beaches and coves, which are one of the island’s main attractions. Beach lovers can choose between approximately wonderful 208 beaches and coves, from large and busy beaches to small secluded coves.