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Discover the marvellous island of Majorca; it will never cease to surprise you no matter how many times you have visited it. Majorca is a very extensive island with possibilities for all types of tourists: for lovers of road routes, for those who prefer to lie in the sun, enjoy incredible sea beds or a little bit of rural tourism.

 
From Hotel & Apartamentos Leman we leave you some of the essential places and plans to see and do in Majorca.

Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca

Palma is the capital of Majorca and the largest city in the Balearic archipelago. In this wonderful city you can visit the impressive Cathedral of Majorca, one of the most visited monuments of the city. You can also visit other monuments such as the Bellver Castle, a Gothic style fortification; the Almuaina Palace, the streets of the Jewish quarter or the seafront promenade, among many other places.

Cape Formentor
Cape Formentor

In the far north of the island, you will find another of the most emblematic places to see in Majorca, for its landscape, its spectacular viewpoints and its beautiful beaches. At the Cape of Formentor you will find several viewpoints such as Es Colomer and Talaia d'Albercutx, as well as a panoramic road that will take you to Cala Figuera, one of the most inaccessible and beautiful beaches in Majorca. Finally, you will arrive at the Faro de Formentor lighthouse, the ideal place to enjoy unique views.

Sunsets
Sunsets

There is no doubt that the sunsets in Majorca are impressive and magical. Some of the best places to see them are the small village of Sant Elm or the Faro de Formentor lighthouse. If this is not enough, you can also go to the Mirador de Sa Foradada (between Vallemossa and Deià), Faro de Cap Gros (near Sóller) or Torre de Ses Ánimes (between Banyalbufar and Estellencs).

Alcudia and Muro beach
Alcudia and Muro beach

Another of the most incredible villages is Alcudia, where you can make a great historical tour where you will love to get lost among the streets, walls, forts and countless historic buildings and stately homes.
A few kilometres away you can discover one of the most paradisiacal beaches with a great beauty of fine golden sand, a beach of 5 kilometres and turquoise water.