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Palma de Mallorca 2020

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A Nationalist stronghold at the start of the Spanish Civil War, Majorca was subjected to an amphibious landing, on 16 August 1936, aimed at driving the Nationalists from Majorca and reclaiming the island for the Republic. Although the Republicans heavi...


The name Algaida stems from the Arabic word al-gaida (meaning "the Base"). The municipality comprises Algaida, Pina and Randa. Algaida was first recorded in the year 1232. The most well-known of these communities is Randa, which contains the mesa Pu...


The area where Alcúdia is located has been inhabited since the Bronze Age, but it is with the arrival of the Romans that the city makes its entry in the history books. The Romans used the beaches of Alcúdia bay when they captured the island in 123 B.C....


The town of Andratx is ancient and until recently was mainly inhabited by local Majorcan people. The area was occupied by the Romans, who called the town Andrachium, in the 2nd century BC and pottery and coins found there give evidence of this. The tow...

Puig Major

Puig Major is the highest peak on the Spanish island of Majorca. It is situated in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. As the mountain is located in a military zone, the neighbouring peak Puig de Massanella (1,364 m) is considered the highest accessible...

Serra de Tramuntana

The highest peak is the Puig Major, which, at 1,445 metres is the highest mountain in the Balearic Islands. It is closely followed by the Puig de Massanella, which stands at 1,364 metres. The climate in the Tramuntana Range is significantly wetter t...

Palma Nova

Palma Nova was one of the first purpose-built tourist destinations on the island, catering for all tastes. The town is frequented by a range of socio-economic groups due to the proximity with both the city of Palma and the resort of Magaluf. With the a...


Magaluf is part of the municipality of Calvià and is located within a group of towns which includes Palma Nova and Torrenova. The resort caters to young (mainly British) adults and couples as well as families, with peak season during July and August. D...


Paguera, an alternative spelling apparently used locally, is a beach resort in the very southwest of Majorca in Spain. It is part of the municipality of Calvia. There are bus connections from Palma de Mallorca. It is particularly popular with German to...

Camp de Mar

The resort is in a sheltered bay which is enclosed by high cliffs. There is a small sandy beach with a profusion of rocks, making it an ideal place for snorkeling. Just off the shore there is a small island, which can be reached by bridge, on which the...

Palma Aquarium

Palma Aquarium is a commercial aquarium and park that first opened in 2007 in Palma, Mallorca, Spain. The aquarium is the property of Coral World International. The aquarium is 500 m (1,600 ft) from Playa de Palma beach, and includes 55 tanks which are...

Palma Cathedral

Built by the Crown of Aragon on the site of a Moorish-era mosque, the cathedral is 121 metres long, 55 metres wide and its nave is 44 metres tall. By way of comparison, the height of the central nave reaches 33m in Notre Dame de Paris, 38m in Reims, 42...

Palma de Mallorca Airport

The history of Palma de Mallorca airport began in the 1920s, when seaplanes were used for postal services to the other Balearic Islands. A flat field next to Son Sant Joan was then used in the 1930s for flight routes to other parts of Spain. A private ...

Autovía Ma-20

The Ma-20 or Vía de Cintura is a Spanish freeway that bypasses the city of Palma de Mallorca. It is 11 km long, and was built in 1990 to reduce traffic in the city centre.

Es Baluard

Es Baluard Museu d’Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma's collection includes works by the major artists and movements that have converged and are converging in the Balearic Islands since the inception of the twentieth century until today and relates the...

Gran Hotel

The Gran Hotel is a former historic hotel in Palma de Mallorca, in Spain. It is part of the historic centre of the city. The hotel was designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner and completed in 1903. Today the building has been converted into a cultural ce...

Royal Palace of La Almudaina

This imposing alcázar, known at the time of the conquest with the name of "Zuda", was rebuilt in 1309 by the king James II of Majorca, according to the model of the Royal Palace of Perpignan. In La Almudaina, the monarchs of the Kingdom of Majorca, the...

Son Ferriol

Farming was the main source of wealth in the Sant Jordi and s'Horta regions. On the 1785 map by cardenal Despuig, there are the possessions (estates) of Son Ferriol, which appear in documentation from 1713. Houses began to be built in 1898 by Bartom...









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