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Mallorcan Paradise picture in Mallorca
Alcúdia Old Town picture in Mallorca
Cala Llombards picture in Mallorca
Cap de Formentor Lighthouse picture in Mallorca
Spanish Tapas picture in Mallorca
Bellver Castle (Castell de Bellver) picture in Mallorca
Serra de Tramuntana picture in Mallorca
Nightlife picture in Mallorca
Valldemossa picture in Mallorca
Playa de Muro picture in Mallorca
Palma Cathedral Le Seu picture in Mallorca
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Palma Dining Scene picture in Mallorca
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Mallorca is a paradise of soft sandy beaches and aquamarine waters just off the coast of Spain. Westend61 Getty Images

You'll want to make time to stroll the quaint streets of old town Alcúdia on market day (Tuesday or Sunday). A J Withey Getty Images

A favorite among locals and travelers alike (especially those with young children), Cala Llombards is characterized by gentle, shallow waters. Dennis Fischer Photography Getty Images

On a clear day, you can view another Balearic island – Menorca – from the Cap de Formentor lighthouse. georgeclerk Getty Images

Tapas are a relatively cheap way to try a variety of Mallorcan cuisine. Westend61 Getty Images

The view from the top of Bellver Castle is more than worth the nominal admission price (4 euros), according to recent travelers. Kazushige Takashima/a.collectionRF Getty Images

Watch out for cyclists and tight fits on your tour of Serra de Tramuntana. Franz Aberham Getty Images

When the sun sets in Mallorca, the island's party scene gets kicked into overdrive. If you're hoping to let loose, Palma, Calvià and Santa Ponsa are good places to start. Allard Schager Getty Images

Valldemossa is a picturesque town of cobbled streets, quaint storefronts and restaurants, and old homes bedecked in greenery and flowers. MarkusBeck Getty Images

Playa de Muro, a 15-minute drive south of Alcúdia, is a perfect place to claim your spot in the sand. Westend61 Getty Images

The facade of this Gothic masterpiece, Palma Cathedral La Seu, is best viewed at night. Andrei Bortnikau / EyeEm Getty Images

The Formentor Peninsula forms the northern end of the Serra de Tramuntana. Take a hike along its 12-mile path to Mirador des Colomer, where you'll be rewarded by some stunning views. Allard Schager Getty Images

Palma is filled with historic squares, such as Paseo Segrera, boasting quaint open-air restaurants and cafes. Westend61 Getty Images

Viewing Mallorca from the sea that surrounds it is a great way to experience the island's remote corners and cerulean waters. Popular boat tour companies include Captain Cook and Oasis Catamaran. Yann Guichaoua-Photos Getty Images

Mallorcan Paradise picture in Mallorca
Alcúdia Old Town picture in Mallorca
Cala Llombards picture in Mallorca
Cap de Formentor Lighthouse picture in Mallorca
Spanish Tapas picture in Mallorca
Bellver Castle (Castell de Bellver) picture in Mallorca
Serra de Tramuntana picture in Mallorca
Nightlife picture in Mallorca
Valldemossa picture in Mallorca
Playa de Muro picture in Mallorca
Palma Cathedral Le Seu picture in Mallorca
Cap de Formentor picture in Mallorca
Palma Dining Scene picture in Mallorca
Boat Tours picture in Mallorca

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