Mallorca is an island with so much variety that it really is the perfect place for a holiday no matter what your requirements. From the south west to north east tip the rugged mountains of the Tramuntana form a stunning backdrop and are peppered with beautiful mountain villages such as Estellencs, Valldemossa, Deia and at the farthest tip Pto Pollensa. The beaches here are pebbly and often small as they sit nestled at the bottom of the dramatic landscape.
From Pollensa following the bay round there is a long sandy beach, ideal for families, complemented on the other sid eof the peninusla by the family resort of Pto Alcudia with its 11km of sandy beach. The final point of the east coast is Colonias San Pere one of Mallorca's least spoilt areas and perfect for those that wish to do nothing. Leading from the north to the south on the east coast is a necklace of coves, bays and small "calas" some only reachable by a walk or boat. Here the landscape inland is of rolling hills peppered with almond groves, fields of sheep and agricultural land.
Along the south coast from Ses Salines the coast is more rugged with a mix of sand dune bays such as Es Trenc, leading to the cliffs of Arenal. From Palma to the south west tip is built up and provides the perfect location for the mass tourism market mixed with the wealth of Portals Nous.
From the savage mountains, dropping to the flat agricultural plains before reaching the coast of the south there is something for everybody. In order to help you choose the most suitable location for your trip we have put together a quick guide to each of the destinations that features their unique qualities, things to do and see, and distances to other key areas of Mallorca. Please take a moment to review them and if you have any questions about any of them then do let us know.
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