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Majorca

ANshul Sharma
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The largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands, Majorca is the star of the Meditteranean. Perhaps the most beautiful among the islands, it is a must-visit for a honeymoon. A famous holiday destination, this magical island is known for its cathedrals, resorts, art galleries, Roman ruins, happening nightlife, and of course, its magnificent beaches. The island forms a perfect setting for your honeymoon, away from the world, in the middle of the endless blue ocean. So, if you and your spouse share the love for coastal beauty and are also history enthusiasts, this is the perfect destination which will satiate all your passions.Where To Stay:
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Food: Choose absolutely anything from the seafood fare. Sip on the locally grown wines. Try the ensaimada, a classic Majorcan pastry.Suggested stay:
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Things to Do: Walk through the olive and almond groves. Catch a sunset at the Tramuntana mountain. Visit the enticing coastal village of Deià and Soller Valley that is brimming with orange, lemon and olive trees. Stop for a swim at the Formentor Beach.
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Sights: Palau de l’Almudaina (an Islamic fort in Palma), Monestir de Lluc (monastery in De Lluc), Pollèntia (archeological ruins in Alcudia), Palau March (museum in Palma)
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One of the Balearic islands of the Mediterranean Sea, Majorca boasts of sapphire seas, bone-white beaches and terracotta-tinted stone houses. Artsy villages and deserted coves are tucked away, up the island’s north coast.