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- Using Ferrysavers you can easily and securely book a Majorca ferry to Barcelona, Denia, Ibiza and Valencia with Balearia
- Or from Majorca to Barcelona, Ibiza, Mahon and Valencia with Transmediterranea
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Majorca, or Mallorca, is the largest island in Spain and a major tourist attraction for both British and German visitors. The main port for Majorca is Palma, capital of the island. The port is in the south-west of Palma, only a short journey to Palma's centre. Because of the vast tourism, Majorca has plenty of excellent clubs, bars and restaurants to keep tourists happy, including small, traditionally Balearic cafes that serve fresh pastries, coffee and a huge bowl of the delicious Spanish delicacy, paella. Majorca, including Palma, is renowned for it's nightlife, and party-seekers are sure to be kept happy on a visit here. Whilst much of Majorca's famous nightlife is based in Palma it can be found in many of the holiday resorts and other towns such as Alcudia.
Majorca has a large array of beautiful beaches, some extremely popular, whilst others are very secluded, and two of the prettiest are the Cala d'Or and the Cala Moraia. As well as watersports on offer here, there are many hiking and cycling trials, especially around the mountainous region of Serra de Tramuntana along the island's north-western coast. Whilst there, you can also explore the delightful town of Soller, immersed in stunning alpine scenery.