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Even if the main tourist appeal of Majorca is the beauty of its beaches and creeks, the largest of the Balearic Islands also has a great variety of landscapes. These include the central plain - which includes El Raiguer, El Pla and Migjorn-, the peaks of Serra de Tramuntana, the small hills of Serra de Llevant and one of the most visited coasts in the Mediterranean sea.

This privileged environment is the reason why millions of Europeans have chosen Majorca as a holiday resort. In order to maintain a balance between urban development and the protection of the environment, many of those rich and assorted landscapes (almost 40%) are protected areas: the natural reserves of s'Albufera, sa Dragonera and Mondrago, Serra de Tramuntana and the Maritime and terrestrial National Park of Cabrera.

The diversity of Majorca not only exists in its landscapes; the city and the countryside also coexist on this Mediterranean island. Along side the cultured architecture of the city of Palma and the aristocratic residences distributed along the countryside of Majorca, we can find ancient olive and almond trees, kitchen gardens, fishing ports and watchtowers.

Present and past also converge in this island. Its oldest vestiges can be found in the shape of dolmens, artificial caves, talaiotic necropoli, and walled-villages, all of which are distributed throughout the island. Examples include the prehistoric town ses Paisses, the prehistoric ruins of Capocorb Vell and the talaiotic town of son Fornes. It is also possible to visit the roman remains at the old town of Pollentia and, from the Muslim domination, the Arab baths of Palma.

If sightseeing, the natural protected areas and the beaches are not enough for you, Majorca also has a great variety of leisure options. Water parks, dolfinariums, exotic birds, historical gardens, golf, cycling, racetracks... for those who want to stay in land. Dinghy sailing, surfing, canoeing, scuba diving, diving, water-skiing... for those who prefer to submerge themselves in the sea. Those who want to enjoy an exceptional view from the air can choose between paragliding, gliding or ballooning. All of this is just during the day! At night, if it hasn't been enough, you can continue the tour to the numerous pubs and discos of the island, or choose concerts, theatre, opera, ballet, folklore performances or popular festivities ...

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