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Mallorca Resorts

Mallorca / Majorca has many different resorts to choose from all of which will be able to satisfy your holiday needs. Within all the main tourist resorts you will find many different bars, nightclubs and restaurants and most of the resorts will have beaches and water sports available.


When traveling to the country of Spain, there are so many sights and different places to see if you really want to get the most out of your trip. However, one place that you are going to want to take at least a couple of days to enjoy and explore would have to be the area of Palma, Majorca, which is located on the Balearic Islands of Spain.

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Portals Nous

When you are looking for vacation deals that may give you the opportunity to spend 1 or 2 days at the beach, while also providing lots of entertainment, then Portals Nous may be the spot for you.  Golfing fans will doubtless find the Genuine Golfing de Bendinat course to be of any interest, boasting eighteen holes and some striking sea perspectives from its fairways.

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Magaluf is a beautiful resort destination located in Majorca and has undergone a sea transformation from being a sleeping town to a major tourist destination during the 1970’s and 80’s. Over the last three decades it has retained its popularity with travelers coming from different parts of Europe, Northern Africa and America.

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If you are planning on taking a trip to Spain in the near future, then one of the places that you are going to have to see while you are there is the area of Manacor, which is located in the Balearic Islands. This is actually one of the largest municipalities in the region, and as you can probably imagine, also has one of the highest populations.

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Porto Colom

Porto Colom is a small town situated on the southeastern side of Mallorca and can be found between the busier resorts of Cala D’Or and Calas de Mallorca. A trip here is not advised if you are looking for a busy nightlife as the resort is all about a slower pace of life in a town that has not yet seen the real boom in tourism as noticed elsewhere on the island.

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