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==Cities==
 
==Cities==
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* [[Soller|Sóller]]: one of the most popular destinations on the northern coast of Mallorca
 
* [[Soller|Sóller]]: one of the most popular destinations on the northern coast of Mallorca
 
* [[Pollenca|Pollença]]: in the north-east some call it the second capital of the island
 
* [[Pollenca|Pollença]]: in the north-east some call it the second capital of the island
 
* [[Port de Pollenca|Port de Pollença]]: a beautiful and quiet beach resort
 
* [[Port de Pollenca|Port de Pollença]]: a beautiful and quiet beach resort
 
* [[Andratx|Andratx]]: wonderful scenery and popular with the rich
 
* [[Andratx|Andratx]]: wonderful scenery and popular with the rich
* [[Calvià]]
 
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==
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* [[Deia|Deià]]
 
* [[Deia|Deià]]
 
* [[Lluc]]
 
* [[Lluc]]
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==Understand==  
 
==Understand==  
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The Serra de Tramuntana runs along the north-western coast of Mallorca. From [[Andratx]] in the west to [[Cap Formentor]] in the north-east it has a length of about 50km and a width of about 7km. It elevates up to 1445 at Puig Major (which is not accessible for the public). The scenery is characterized by bizarre shaped limestone rocks, pine woods and grass with some, partly abandoned, ''fincas'' inbetween. The coastline is steep and has only very few beaches. Limestone walls fall directly into the sea from a height of about 300 to 500 meters.  
 
The Serra de Tramuntana runs along the north-western coast of Mallorca. From [[Andratx]] in the west to [[Cap Formentor]] in the north-east it has a length of about 50km and a width of about 7km. It elevates up to 1445 at Puig Major (which is not accessible for the public). The scenery is characterized by bizarre shaped limestone rocks, pine woods and grass with some, partly abandoned, ''fincas'' inbetween. The coastline is steep and has only very few beaches. Limestone walls fall directly into the sea from a height of about 300 to 500 meters.  
  

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