Posted on October 13, 2014
Autumn had started on mainland Spain, so we decided to chase summer and hop on over to Mallorca. We stayed in the capital city, Palma, with its charming old town, gigantic castles and Arab architecture.
Each day, we drove out to a different part of the island to check out the diversity of beaches. Sóller and Port de Sóller are beautiful villages in the northern mountains of Mallorca. We enjoyed exploring the Saturday market, watching the historic train pass through town and playing on the beach.
Photos here capture our time at these remarkable beaches dotted along the hundreds of kilometers of Mediterranean coast: Es Trenç, Cala Llombards, Cala Formentor, Playa de Muro, Port d’Andratx and Portal Vells. We’re still a little in shock at how gorgeous this place is… We might just have to come back…
Tagged: beaches, Cala Formentor, Cala Llombards, Es Trenç, Mallorca, Mediterranean, Playa de Muro, Port d’Andratx, Portal Vells
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Paradiso! Mallorca and you look wonderful Mr T! xoxo to you and Melissa! Gorgeous photos!