Where to take the best pictures in Mallorca

Where to take the best pictures in Mallorca

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As the largest island among the complex of the Balearic Islands, the alluring island of Spain, with the eternal, sunny personality, is highlighted as the best summer destination. With sandy beaches, deep blue emerald waters and beautiful coves, you can easily understand why Mallorquins are so proud of their island. Here are the most epic places to takes pictures in Mallorca.

Castel de Bellver


This wonderfully created fort, built around the 14th century, is one of the very few round castles that can be found in the European region. Home to many kings, it was transformed later into a military prison for two centuries. Today, Bellver Castle is the city ministry’s museum and a popular tourist attraction.

Ruines Romanes de Pollentia


History lovers will get excited about the remains of the ancient Roman town of Pollentia. Founded in 123 BC on the north part of Mallorca, by Quintus Caecilius Metellus, Pollentia was regarded as the most important city in the Balearics. Within the borders of the site, stand well – preserved parts of the theater and home buildings with some excavated artifacts.

Serra de Tramuntana


A long – range of mountains, with about 30 kilometers length and cultural as well as environmental importance. Within its hills, lies the lovely town of Valldemossa, with main attraction its surroundings and a 13th century monastery, best known as the winter residence of the famous composer Chopin.

Cuevas de Artà


Have you ever been in a bizarre cavern? Inside the crest of a cliff, over the bay of Canyamel, visitors can find one of the most epic settings on the island. Inside, the whole site has been “decorated” with natural formations of stalagmites and stalactites. Walking inside will surely leave you speechless.

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