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Mallorca

Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearics and here we find the capital of this region: Palma de Mallorca. In the late 1920s tourism started to rise on this island. Because of its good climate and beautiful landscapes mainly artists and intellectuals fell for the beauty of Mallorca, but after the Spanish Civil War ended in 1939 more and more people followed in their footsteps. As tourism grew, more and more tourists facilities were introduced, which has led to the Mallorca as we now know it, filled with hotels, bars, restaurants and discotheques.

Of course there is nothing wrong with lying on the beaches all day long and going out every night until the early morning. And for those that do, Mallorca offers almost 80 fine golden sand beaches and hundreds of bars, clubs and discotheques. Enough to keep you busy your entire stay.

What most people don’t realise is that Mallorca has a lot more to offer than only beaches and a crazy nightlife. Mallorca has for example fortresses, caves and monasteries and about 1/3 of the entire island has been declared a protected nature reserve. It’s amazing how many different landscapes can be found on such a relatively small island.

Mallorca has 3 official languages that are spoken on the island. Castillano the Spanish language we know, Catalan the language of Catalunya and Mallorqui the language of the people of Mallorca. Because of tourism, in many big touristy cities along the coast you can manage yourself with speaking English or German instead of Spanish.

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