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Latest Majorca weather pages: Palma Nova - Magaluf - Santa Ponsa - Calvia - Andratx - Valldemossa - Soller - Cala San Vicente - Puerto Pollensa - Alcudia - Playa de Muro - Can Picafort - Inca - Muro - Arta - Capdepera - Cala Ratjada - Cala Bona - Cala Millor - Porto Cristo - Manacor - Petra - Calas de Mallorca - Porto Colom - Cala D'Or - Porto Petro - Cala Egos - Cala Mondrago - Felanitx - Santanyi - Sa Coma - Colonia Sant Jordi - Ses Salines - El Arenal - Can Pastilla - Llucmajor - Deia - Sineu
Things to do in Majorca: When the Majorca weather is fine visit the S'Albufera Natural Park, the Mondrago Natural Park, Marineland in Calvia, the Aqualand Water Park in Magaluf, the Hidropark water park in Alcudia, play golf at Santa Ponsa Golf or Son Vida Golf, or head for any of the fantastic beaches of the island, among the best are Playa de Palma, Palma Nova Beach, Magaluf Beach (Magaluf), Alcudia Beach, Sa Coma Beach and Santa Ponsa Beach, when the weather in Majorca is not so good visit the capital Palma de Mallorca, where you can visit the Cathedral, the Almudaina Palace, the Mallorca Museum or the Arab Baths.
Majorca Tour: We will begin our brief tour of Majorca at the capital Palma de Mallorca, which is situated in the south-west of the island, we will head clockwise around the coast taking in the inland towns as we go.
The coast around Palma de Mallorca is fairly built up and there are numerous resorts virtually joined together among them are Sant Agusti, Cas Canar, Illetes, Portals Nous, Palma Nova, Costa d'en Blanes, Magaluf, Badia de Palma, Cala Vinyes, Sol de Mallorca and Portals Vells.
We then round the southern tip of the island and come to another major resort in the form of Santa Ponsa, one of the islands best known resorts. After Santa Ponsa comes Costa de la Calma, Peguera, Camp de Mar, Sa Mola and Port Andratx, the coastal limb for the town of Andratx. Inland from these coastal towns is the town of Calvia.
After Port Andratx we round the south-western tip of Majorca and start to head up the north-west coast where there are no resorts of any note until we reach Port de Soller the harbour for the town of Soller. We do however pass an interesting inland town on the way to Soller in the form of Valldemossa which attracts plenty of tourists due to its connection with the author George Sand, and there is also another town of interest in Deia.
After Port de Soller comes one of Majorca's famous attractions Sa Calobra reached by a treacherous winding road known as "the knotted tie". After Sa Calobra we reach the extreme north of the island where you will find Cala de San Vicente, Piedra, Puerto Pollensa and the inland town of Pollensa.
After Puerto Pollensa the coast starts to get busy again with numerous towns and resorts such as Alcudia, Alcanada, Port de Alcudia, Ses Fotges, Playa de Muro, Alcudia Pins, Can Picafort, Sa Colonia, Son Serra de Marina, S'Estanyol, Colonia de Sant Pere, and Betlem before reaching the Llevant Peninsular (another natural park).
After the Llevant Peninsular comes Cala Mesquida, Capdepera, Punta de Capdepera and the resort of Cala Ratjada (Cala Rajada), moving down the east coast you will pass Font de Sa Cala, Canyamel, Costa de Canyamel, Son Jordi, Port Nou and then two well known resorts called Cala Bona (Good Bay) and Cala Millor (Better Bay).
Back to the coast and we continue down the east coast passing S'Illot, Cala Moraia, Cala Morlanda, Porto Cristo, Cala Romantica, Calas de Mallorca, Cala Murada, Porto Colom (Portocolom), Cala Marcal, Cala Serena, Cala D'Or, Cala Ferrara, Cala Egos, and Porto Petro by which time we reach the Mondrago Natural Park (Parque Natural de Cala Mondrago) and Cala Mondrago.
On the last section of the south-east coast are the resorts of Cala Santanyi, Cala Figuera and Cala Llombards, with the town of Santanyi just back from the coast, and as we round the southern tip of Majorca and begin our journey up the south-west coast we pass the coastal town of Colonia Sant Jordi and the inland town of Ses Salines and then passing a number of resorts and urbanizations such as Sa Rapita, Cala Pi, Cala Blava, Son Veri Nou, El Arenal (S'Arenal), La Maravillas and Can Pastilla before again reaching the capital Palma de Mallorca.
The featured weather is for Palma de Mallorca, Majorca.
Majorca (Mallorca) is the largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands.
You can see a map of Majorca here: Majorca Map.