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J 35 30 25 20 15 5 0 F Average Maximum Temperatures C Majorca Isle of Man M A M J J A S O N D Puerto Pollensa Puerto de Soller Formentor Alaro Alcudia Playa de MuroDeya Cala Bona Cala Millor Sa Coma Calas de Mallorca Cala dOrCala Egos Cala Mayor Can Pastilla Palma MagalufSanta Ponsa Cala Fornells Illetas Palmo Nova Porto CristoE Valldemossa TOP 3 THINGS TO SEE DO 1. Palma Cathedral Palmas centrepiece is its Gothic cathedral.All pinnacles and flying buttresses its the jewel of the old town standing guard over the harbour. 2. Soller Railway this is no ordinary train journey. Every year more than a million people hop aboard this 1920s electric train bound for Soller a pretty little village on the north western coast. 3. Marineland Majorca with residents including dolphins crocs and sharks this award-winning park makes for a great family day out. Gaspar Monroig Gaspar Monroig Welcome to MajorcaLively and fun-packed holidays are what Majorca is all about with beautiful beaches great weather and getaways to suit all tastes.The largest of the Balearic islands Majorca lies off the south east coast of Spain.You can soak up the Mediterranean sun on one of the many sandy beaches take a dip in the picture-perfect blue seas sample some true Spanish tradition or party the night away at one of the world- famous clubs in Magaluf. The capital Palma is a haven for tourists with its restaurants bars and shopping but you can also head inland to visit the charming traditional towns and experience Majorcas unique culture. Outside the capital and other towns there are quaint villages still supported by the agricultural industry more than tourism - this is where the olives lemons oranges and almonds which feature so heavily on Majorcan menus are grown - and a visit to the country is the perfect antidote to the bustling towns. Hiring a car or hopping on a bicycle will open up all the delights of this wonderful island letting you visit the traditional fishing villages remote monasteries stunning natural beauty and much more at your own pace. The coastline is made up of huge stretches of sandy beaches and fascinating pine- clad coves while the centre of Majorca is dominated by spectacular mountains such as the Serra de Tramuntana range.Whether youre planning the annual family getaway an all-inclusive treat or a last minute holiday Majorca really hits the spot. ... Majorca12 travel holidays Phone 696500 or visit