A photo collage of amazing places to visit while in Mallorca. With 500 pieces it will present a challenge but the four distinct images are very doable.
The tiny town of Estellencs, towards the south-west corner of the island, is blissfully picturesque and on calm days the bay below is a great spot for a swim. Behind the rocky pebble beach you will see a row of “aixecades” – traditional Mallorcan boat sheds.
Castillo de Bellver, on the outskirts of Palma, is surrounded by a large, forested park with an abundance of walking paths to chose from. Entrance to the castle is free on Sundays and it’s easy to get there on a hop-on, hop-off bus.
These colourful bowls are from Ceramicas Terra Cuita in Pòrtol, a pottery factory handed down from father to son for five generations. If you feel hungry after browsing the nearby town of Santa Maria has a good selection of cafés and restaurants.
El faro de Capdepera (the Capdepera lighthouse) in the northeast is as near as you can get to Menorca. To cool off after your visit head to the nearby beach at Cala Agulla and for an unforgettable gastronomic experience make sure to book a table at Hotel Predí Son Jaumell.
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