Lying in the centre of the western Mediterranean, Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands with 554 kms of coastline. The island's scenery changes dramatically as you travel around with the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range running the length of the North coast and a flatter plain across the centre. While the north east coast is made up of high cliffs and small coves, the south east coast is low and rugged with many coves and fine sandy beaches.
Mallorca has plenty of evidence of its historical past to explore and with much of it in its capital city, Palma is well worth visiting. The cosmopolitan shopping streets and the wonderful restaurants open all year round are another good reason to visit. In the south west of the island you can choose from a choice of hotels within easy reach of Palma, the peacefull village of Illetas or the livelier nightlife of Palma Nova. Whichever you choose, nine golf courses are all within easy reach, including . The north east of the island is quieter with beautiful scenery. Just 45 minutes from Palma, Cala Millor has a fine seafront esplanade with something for everyone from wonderful seafood restaurants to bier kellers! With five great courses, this area is perfect for golfers looking for a gentler and more relaxing holiday.
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