For many years Mallorca was visited by numerous people and this formed the “army” of permanent elite vacationers. Among them there are many artists, musicians and writers, aristocrats and simply people who can afford this luxurious rest. Each year Mallorca is also visited by the Spanish royal family that comes to the island to get some rest. This island perfectly combines the beauty of well-equipped modern beaches and bays with wild natural forests, fertile valleys and mountain ranges that rise proudly along the coast.
The main recreation areas of the island are the Cala Mayor (Illetas) Arenal (Can-Pastilla), and Palma Nova (Magaluf). If you seek calm and quiet bays, you may like Santa Ponsa, Andraks and Paguera. On the territory of Mallorca are located small villages that carefully keep their historical legacy – Valldemossa, mostly famous for the ancient Carthusian monastery; the medieval town named Alcudia, which is still surrounded by thick fort walls; and Felanitx with its large vine terraces. The underground world of Mallorca can be seen in two caves of the island named Drach and Hama.
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