The dreamy island that provided inspiration to Chopin and Miró now has a reputation as a spring break beach destination. Don't worry, though, if you're vacationing over elementary school spring break-- there's plenty for the younger crowd. Marineland's dolphin and sea lion shows and children's beach attract families. And if you have a Thomas-obsessed toddler, the antique train that travels between Palma and Soller is a must-see.
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A medieval hermitage holding a mysterious crucifix, rumored to have appeared at the site by a miracle.
Got a taxi from port alcudia to pollensa for around 16 euros , went straight for the Calvary steps , huffed and puffed up the steps stopping to look at the views front and back . Stopped for a pic with the smiley music man , more amazing views at the top . Lovely roof top views , visited chapel and church in the square . Well worth the visit .
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this is palma's oldest church and has the most amazing stained glass windows. there are relics of saints. it's very special.
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From the pretty little timewarp town of Randa, a 5km winding road engineered into the hillside (accessible by car, bike, or marked off-road hiking trails) brings you to this magnificent old monastery. The buildings are impressive, the views must be the best on Majorca, and the site has been adapted well for the modern visitor, with parking for cars and bikes, toilets, a restaurant with an extensive menu and indoor and courtyard seating, and a snack bar. Well worth a visit.
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The outside of this church is magnificent. Wow! Unexpected treat. Alas, could not get inside. Will try again early am before getting in the road. Lovely small town plaza out front. Good people watching at night.
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