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  Majorca Hotels Guide. Unbiased Holiday Makers Reviews
Majorca Hotels Guide is here to help you: we get the facts, users discuss them.
Magaluf is one of Majorca's most popular resorts.
Located by the sea and around 15 minutes driving from Palma de Mallorca, the capital, the resort is very much orientated around British tourists, being August and July the months the busiest months.
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  Majorca - Encyclopedia.com
Majorca is mountainous in the northwest, rising to 4,739 ft (1,444 m) in the Puig Major; the south and east form a gently rolling, fertile region.
In 1276 the kingdom of Majorca was formed from the inheritance of James I of Majorca.
Majorca is known for its stalagmite caves and for its architectural treasures and prehistoric monuments.
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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Majorca and Iviza
Valencia, with the episcopal residence at Palma on the Island of Majorca.
Majorca and Iviza is Pedro Campins y Barceló, born at Palma, 14 Jan., 1859, ordained in 1882, appointed Bishop of Majorca 21 April, 1898, and consecrated 7 July following.
Majorca and Iviza 326,000 Catholics 61 parishes, 656 priests, 211
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  Majorca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Majorca (Mallorca in Catalan and Spanish, sometimes also encountered in English),: from Latin insula maior, later Maiorica, ("major island") is one of the Balearic Islands (Catalan: Illes Balears, Spanish: Islas Baleares), which are located in the Mediterranean Sea and are a part of Spain.
In 534, Majorca was conquered by the Byzantine Empire, and administered as part of the province of Sardinia.
In 902, the Caliphate of Cordoba conquered Majorca, ushering in a new period of prosperity for the island.
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 AllRefer.com - Majorca, Spain & Portugal (Spanish And Portuguese Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Majorca is mountainous in the northwest, rising to 4,739 ft (1,444 m) in the Puig Major; the south and east form a gently rolling, fertile region.
In 1276 the kingdom of Majorca was formed from the inheritance of James I of Majorca.
Majorca is known for its stalagmite caves and for its architectural treasures and prehistoric monuments.
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 Kingdom of Majorca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Kingdom of Majorca (also Kingdom of Mallorca) was created by James I of Aragon (Jaume I, "The Conqueror") as a vassal kingdom of the Kingdom of Aragon.
James III of Majorca was dispossessed of the Kingdom by his cousin and overlord Peter IV of Aragon in 1344, and was killed attempting to recover it in 1349.
Alfonso (Alfons) II (Alfonso III of Aragon, known as el Franc, "the Free"), conquered the island of Majorca in 1285 and Ibiza in 1286 from James II of Majorca, and effectively recovered Minorca from Moorish domination.
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 Majorca Hotels
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, being 3,640 Km2 with over 5,500 Km of coastline.
At that time Majorca was full of artists, who established what was, to all intents and purposes, a colony in and around Pollensa and its port.
Majorca offers protected areas of about 40% from its territory: Natural Park of S'Albufera, Dragonera Island, Natural Park from Mondrago, Cabrera Island and the whole Tramuntana mountain range, which crosses the island from North to South.
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 Discount Hotels Majorca Spain from Cheap Hotel Bookings.com
Majorca was fast declared a Christian Kingdom by Jaime I around 1230, and his reign continued with Jaime II and Jaime III.
Aragon's reign remained secure for an extensive period and it wasn't until the 15th century that Majorca was officially unified with Spain as a result of a marriage between Ferdinand Aragon and Isabella Castille.
Today Majorca prides itself on its rich heritage and the many historical points of interest that can still be seen around the island.
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 Majorca/Mallorca - The Island, its Places, Hotels and Lodgings
Its capital, Palma Majorca, (also the capital of the autonomous region of the Balearic Islands), is a gracious city, dominated by its port and Gothic cathedral, one of the finest in Spain.
Majorca's outdoors include the lovely Sierra de Tramuntana, two cave systems in the east of the island and two nature reserves of particular interest to birdwatchers: S'Albufera and the Cabrera Archipelago.
In addition, there are ferries to Majorca from Valencia and Barcelona, but be warned that they are not usually the cheap option.
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 CNN - Destination: Majorca, Spain
Carlos and Queen Sofia, visited the 14th-century Bellver Castle, a former prison in the city of Palma on the largest of the Balearics, Majorca ("Mallorca" in Spanish).
A once-a-week boat trip runs just off Majorca's southern coast to the island Cabrera, which played a tragic part in the Peninsular War of the early 19th century, when Spain and Portugal rebelled against Napoleon's rule.
Majorca's history is rich and varied -- the island has been ruled by Romans, Byzantines, Catalans, and Spaniards, and regularly sacked by pirates and vandals.
www.cnn.com /TRAVEL/DESTINATIONS/9707/majorca   (608 words)

  
 Majorca Holidays - Find The Best Cheap Holidays To Majorca Online
If that Majorca holiday fund is still burning a hole in your pocket, then it might be time for some retail therapy, and Palma delivers the finest shops and department stores to keep even the most seasoned shopper entertained for hours on end on a bargain hunt around the city streets!
Majorca was invaded by the Romans in 123 BC and occupied thereafter, during which time the major town of Alcudia and capital Palma were established.
Majorca's attraction was a financial one - salts, olive growing, viniculture, and its ports allowed trading from all over the world.
www.otbeach.com /cheap-holidays/balearics/majorca/index.html   (1074 words)

  
 Thomson Holidays - Holidays in Majorca
From glass bottom boat rides in Calas de Majorca, to the peaceful botanical gardens of Soller, there's never a dull moment.
No trip to Majorca would be complete with a day on one of the fantastic beaches.
Find the cheapest late deals to Majorca leaving in the next six weeks.
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 Hotels Majorca - Sol Melia hotel
The Sol Alcúdia Center aparthotel with its comfortably furnished apartments and studios is located in the north of Majorca, just 150 m from a long, sandy beach perfect for water sports and surrounded by restaurants, bars and lively nightlife.
The Sol Cala d'Or is located 29 km from the popular Cuevas del Drach caves, 60 km from the airport, 65 km from the city centre of Palma de Mallorca, 73 km from Portals Nous, 80 km from the Casino and 86 km from Valldemossa.
Magalluf itself is a well known holiday resort offering a lot of leisure activities and night life, located on the south-western coast of Majorca, just 16 km distance from Palma de Mallorca and 25 km from the...
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SCOTS are in line for even cheaper holidays to their favourite sunshine resort as a price war broke out on flights to Majorca.
A married father of two, Mowlem was raised in Majorca, Spain.
Majorca (Mallorca in Catalan and Spanish; from Latin insula maior, later Maiorica "major island") is one of the Balearic Islands (Illes Balears Catalan official name), which are located in the Mediterranean Sea and are a part of Spain.
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 Spain: Majorca: Holidays In Majorca
Majorca, Spain's largest Mediterranean island, lies 145 miles off the southeast coast of its mother country and is host to 8 million visitors a year.
The major tourist draw to Majorca is the lively city of Palma on the south coast.
Majorca's north coast is also home to several historical ruins, including the 8th century Castell d' Alaro.
www.buzzle.com /editorials/11-11-2000-1387.asp   (419 words)

  
 Majorca Hotels and Majorca Accommodation UK
Majorca is one of the most popular destinations in the world and we have got the widest choice of Majorca hotels to make sure we have the best Majorca hotel for you.
Located on the beachfront of Playa de Muro near the town of Alcudia, this five star hotel is an architectural gem of great columns and glass facades that produces a striking impression and is considered to be one of the best hotels in Majorca.
The hotel has 143 rooms all are furnished with marble and forged iron and, in keeping with the hotel's category, are superbly appointed with television, minibar, air-conditioning, telephone.
www.united-kingdom-hotels.co.uk /Majorca-hotels.htm   (663 words)

  
 Calas de Majorca Tourist Attractions and Travel Guide
These artificial pearls are produced in a special process that somehow combines glass and pulverised fish scales, whereby the finished pearl is then barely distinguishable from the genuine naturally formed article.
The boats are usually quite modern, with both a small bar and toilet facilities onboard, and on most trips the captain will normally stop for about 30 minutes giving you the chance to dive or jump off the back of the boat and cool off in the sea.
Almost in the centre of Calas de Majorca, next to the Burger King, is an adventure playground with trampolines, mini karts and giant bouncy castle.
www.majorca-mallorca.co.uk /calas_attractions.htm   (653 words)

  
 Guide to Mallorca - Majorca
The people of the Mediterranean know how to take life slowly - They still have time to sit in the shade and chat, to take siestas rather than rushing back to work, to enjoy the outdoors whether it is the mountain or the sea.
Mallorca (Majorca) where to eat and drink, stay and shop, be entertained, take the children and sports
Mallorca (Majorca) what to see in palma, around the island, food and drink and things to know
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 Majorca Tourism - Majorca Vacation Reviews - Majorca Vacations - TripAdvisor
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 Majorca : Introduction | Frommers.com
Majorca (Mallorca in Spanish) is the most popular of Spain's Mediterranean islands, drawing millions of visitors each year.
The north is mountainous; the fertile southern flatlands offer a landscape of olive and almond groves, occasionally interrupted by windmills.
The golden sands of Majorca are famous, with lovely beaches such as Ca'n Pastilla and El Arenal, but they tend to be overcrowded with sun worshippers on package tours.
www.frommers.com /destinations/majorca/1220010001.html   (236 words)

  
 Spanish Feast site in Majorca   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The hotel is on the beach near Palma Majorca.
The cost is estimated to be about $50 to $60 per person per day, which includes round-trip flights from Madrid to Majorca plus half board at the hotel.
So if you are interested in a small, intimate Feast site on a historical Mediterranean island, with friendly people and sunny beaches, Majorca is the place for you.
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 Taxi Majorca.com - Services
Taxi Majorca has for our services (Transfers, Excursions,...) the vehicle most adapted for your needs.Also we have EUROTAXI (Vehicle adapted for persons with wheelchairs).
With Taxi Majorca, you have the best taxi-vehicles existing on the market, both in safety and in comfort.
Taxi Majorca puts to your disposition (previous request), chairs for children or baby totally free.
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 Majorca (Smaller Resorts) Hotels Uncovered - The real truth about package holidays,hotels and apartments in some of the ...
Majorca (Smaller Resorts) Hotels Uncovered - The real truth about package holidays,hotels and apartments in some of the smaller Majorca resorts.
Cala Mesquida is a beautiful beach in the north east of Majorca, not far from Cala Ratjada.
Cala Ratjada is on the North Eastern coast of Majorca, a predominantly German resort approximately 1hr 10mins from Palma airport by taxi.
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 BBC - Weather Centre - 5 Day Forecast in Celsius for Majorca, Spain
BBC - Weather Centre - 5 Day Forecast in Celsius for Majorca, Spain
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BBC Weather Centre in association with the Met Office
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 City Majorca Trave - BigWalk.co.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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Find a fantastic package holiday deal and search for discounted offers from 100s of the UKs top travel companies at This is Travel.
Destinations covered include Majorca, Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Minorca and Ibiza as well as others.
Describes the establishment and its facilities and surroundings with tariff and holiday package offer.
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 Cheap flights to Palma, Majorca | Jet2.com, the low cost airline
For more ideas on things to do in Majorca pick the type of holiday you are looking for, or visit our Jet2.com Flights Site for additional information.
Or else spend a day at one of the many golf courses to be found on the island such as Son Termens, the newest golf course in Majorca, which can be found in the town of Bunyola, just nine miles away from Palma.
Only fifteen minutes from the centre of Palma and you have a choice of resorts to visit with waterparks that have plenty to keep a family entertained as you whiz down slides, whirpools, funnels and land with a splash.
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 Majorca Daily Bulletin . Grupo Serra Newspaper . Daily Press . News in English . Online Digital Information . Palma of ...
THE Guardia Civil is poised to mount a fresh assault on illegal immigration in the Balearics over the next few weeks.
THE plans to build a new golf club on the Son Claret estate in Es Capdella, Calvia, were yesterday unveiled by Mathias Kühn.
The project to build an 18-hole golf course and nine-hole practice course has the support of Calvia Council but will need to be declared a project of general interest by the Council of Majorca, something which has yet to be applied for.
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