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Majorca, the island of calm
Mallorca Catedral

Cathedral of Santa Maria in Mallorca

Mallorca, also known as the island of calm, is located in the Mediterranean Sea. This island is the largest in the Balearic archipelago, with more than 3,500 km2 of surface and a population of more than 875,000 inhabitants.

Majorca, an important tourist destination worldwide, is known for its beaches and coves with crystal clear waters, and also for its nature, its gastronomy, golf, culture, water sports, fun ...


Palma, capital of the Balearic Islands community, welcomes its visitors with its Cathedral of Santa María, with one of the largest rose windows of the Levantine Gothic style

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Serra de Tramuntana

The city is protected from the north winds by the Serra de Tramuntana, a space declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2011.


Of incomparable beauty, it hides fantastic routes and ravines to enjoy walking excursions, as well as charming villages where you can rest and enjoy beautiful views of the mountains or the Mediterranean Sea from its steep cliffs.

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With its bohemian atmosphere, Deià is a clear example of the villages of the Sierra de Tramuntana; attracts artists, musicians and writers from around the world for its relaxed and inspiring setting, surrounded by mountains overlooking the sea.

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Mill of Mallorca

The center of the island is a fertile plain known as the "Pla", with a typical Mediterranean landscape with numerous roads ideal for cycling.

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In Mallorca there are two types of sobrasada, the one that is prepared with meat from the white pig, called “Sobrasada de Mallorca” and the one that is prepared with the meat of black pork (porc negre), which is called “Sobrasada de Mallorca de Black Pig ”.


This pig is native to the Balearic Islands, raised in freedom and with a diet based on figs and carob beans and complemented with cereals and legumes.

To know more about the sobrasada, please click here.

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