Mallorca (Majorca) is the largest of the Balearic Islands, the others being Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera.
The Mallorca (Majorca) mappa map includes: Serra de Tramuntana (Soller, Lluc) – the mountain range along the north western coast of the island, Palma de Mallorca – the area surrounding the capital of the island, Pla de Mallorca, Raiguer, Migjorn and Llevant.
All the following cities are included: Palma de Mallorca – Mallorca’s main and largest city; Alcudia – great for combining beach and cycling; Binssalem – located to the north of Palma, this small town features an impressive cathedral and many fine local restaurants; Cala Ratjada – located in the far north-east corner of the island this resort is popular with German Tour operators; Cala d’Or – resort on the east coast, well known for its annual Jazz Festival; Cala Moraia – resort as well on the east coast, access to golf courses and smaller beaches; Cala Millor – south eastern coastal town, linked by a long promenade to the adjacent resort of Cala Bona; Calvià; Deià – small village in the Tramuntana mountains; Esporles – Small village between Banyalbufar and Valldemossa; Fornalutx – one of the most attractive villages on the west coast; Inca – the second largest city, reknown for its leather factories; Manacor – the third largest city, famous for its furniture shops and pearl factories; Pollença – charming little city in the north-east, and home to a good Sunday market; Puerto Pollensa – beach resort in the north of the island; Sa Pobla – small, rural municipality in the district of Raiguer on Majorca; Sineu – the geographical heart of the island; Sóller – pretty town set in fantastic mountainous scenery and Valldemossa – the charming village in the Tramuntana mountains.
Mallorca has wonderful beaches including: Magaluf Beach, in Megaluf city, Es Trenc Beach, Es Carbo Beach, Cala Figuera Beach, Son Serra De Marina Beach, Formentor, Cala Sant Vicenc (Cala San Vincente Beach), Cala Murta Beach, Port De Valldemosa and Port De Soller.
The airport, sea port and train stations are all included on the Mallorca (Majorca) mappa map.