Pronounced as (mejôr´ke), Mallorca
is the largest of the Balearic Islands. This 1,405 sq mi (3,639
sq km) long island stretches along the W Mediterranean. Spain,
Palma is the chief city. 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.
A pleasant climate and beautiful sceneries make Majorca a
popular resort. Tourism is its major industry. On the agricultural
front, Cereals, flax, grapes, and olives are grown, a light
wine is brewed, hogs and sheep are raised, and lead, marble,
and copper are mined.
Mallorca or Majorca refers to the same place. Majorca, as
referred by foreigners, is where the sun always shines, the
beer flows and people merrymaking. While, the local name for
the island is Mallorca.
The people of the Mediterranean are easy going and know how
to enjoy life - They take out time to sit in the shade and
chat, and during the afternoons, they do not mind taking short
siestas after lunch.
Discover all what the Balearic Island has to offer for outdoor
activities and leisure. Get yourself tanned by the beach,
indulge in outdoor activities like golfing, yachting, or venture
the sea beneath with Scuba diving.
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