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Lone Star Attitude!!!
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Sa Calobra is one of the prettiest beaches on Mallorca.
The prettiest hidden waterfalls in Spain. Hike here without a guide, easy trail!
The prettiest restaurant in all of Mallorca.
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Deia | Mallorca: The Ultimate Guide to Spain's Balearic Island Paradise
Deia is part of a cluster of storybook villages on the island's west coast. It's small, and not a lot going on, but perfectly serene to visit in the evening, especially if you have a dinner reservation at El Olivio, Restaurant Nama or Cafe Miro. Wander through the village and you'll find a handful of boutiques, restaurants and a church perched on the village hilltop. #deia #mallorca
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Sa Calobra | Mallorca: The Ultimate Guide to Spain's Balearic Island Paradise
Sa Calobra is reachable via the infamous MA-10, the curviest road on the island. Park at the paid lot, and then follow the trail along a gorgeous stretch of coastline out to Sa Calobra, an absolutely stunning beach that sits trapped between two limestone cliffs. The cove is wide and deep, so the water here doesn't get murky when crowded. There are rocks, cliffs and stone steps to swim out to for cliff jumping. And the water color is stunning. #mallorca #spain
travel guide for malloroa in mallorca, spain with pictures of the beach
Mallorca: The Ultimate Guide to Spain's Balearic Island Paradise
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Es Pontas | Mallorca: The Ultimate Guide to Spain's Balearic Island Paradise
Es Pontes is a stunning natural arch that sits just off the island's southeast coast. The viewpoint is accessible via a short walk from the parking area, and from there a trail leads down to the water. On a calm day, swim out to the arch where a rope hangs from the soaring limestone ceiling for thrill seekers to swing and jump into the water. #mallorca #spain
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Valldemossa | Mallorca: The Ultimate Guide to Spain's Balearic Island Paradise
Possibly the prettiest village on Mallorca. Similar to Deia, Valdemossa is built up a hilltop, but it's a bit more bustling with a variety of boutiques, cafes, shops and restaurants. Spend an afternoon navigating the maze of cobbled lanes lined with the most potted plants and flowers you've ever seen. All the feels of a fairytale. #mallorca #spain
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Cala Deia | Mallorca: The Ultimate Guide to Spain's Balearic Island Paradise
Cala Deia is a beautiful cove located on the west coast, just below the village of Deia. The crystal clear water sparkles deep shades of turquoise offering up an ideal setting for sunbathing, swimming and cliff jumping. This is a rocky beach - no sand in sight! So arrive early to claim a good boulder, rock or platform for sunbathing. #mallorca #spain
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Sa Calobra | Mallorca: The Ultimate Guide to Spain's Balearic Island Paradise
Sa Calobra is reachable via the infamous MA-10, the curviest road on the island. Park at the paid lot, and then follow the trail along a gorgeous stretch of coastline out to Sa Calobra, an absolutely stunning beach that sits trapped between two limestone cliffs. The cove is wide and deep, so the water here doesn't get murky when crowded. There are rocks, cliffs and stone steps to swim out to for cliff jumping. And the water color is stunning. #mallorca #spain