Mallorca

Mallorca or Majorca is the largest of the , and a classic among European travel destinations. Mallorca is known as an easy-to-reach destination for fans of sunny beaches, amazing landscapes, wonderful mountains and affordable Mediterranean food, with a coastline of more than 550 km.
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Popular Destinations

The is the mountain chain that runs along the north-west coast of Mallorca, reaching from to the Cap Formentor. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is the island's only true city. A city on the island of Mallorca, one of the off the east coast. Photo: Sebastian Leitz, Public domain.

Alcúdia is a town of 20,000 people in the north of the island of Mallorca, on the eastern coast. Photo: Wikimedia, GFDL.

Calviá is a municipality in Mallorca, one of the . Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Notable Places in the Area

Summit
Photo: GMA, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Church
Photo: Foto Fitti, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Railway station
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Destinations

is a comarca in the north-central part of Mallorca. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is in Mallorca. Hills and mountains, fertile fields, cliffs with embedded bays and sandy beaches make the landscape a kind of Mallorca concentrate. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is in Mallorca, making up the central part of the island. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

Migjorn is a Comarca in the island of Majorca, , . Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

Localities in the Area

Village
is a municipality on Majorca, Spain, situated in the center of the island in the comarca of . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town
is a municipality in central Mallorca, one of the , . Photo: Insellivetv, CC0.

Village
, also known as Llorito, is a municipality located in the center of Majorca, one of the , Spain. Photo: Aracelifoto, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Mallorca

Latitude
39.6078° or 39° 36' 28.1" north
Longitude
3.012° or 3° 0' 43.1" east
Population
862,000
Elevation
201 metres (659 feet)
Geo­Names ID
2514239

Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Majorka
  • Afrikaans: Mallorca
  • Arabic: Mallorca
  • Arabic: الميورقي
  • Arabic: جزيرة ميورقة
  • Arabic: مايورقة
  • Arabic: مايوركا
  • Arabic: ميورقة
  • Aragonese: Mallorca
  • Armenian: Մալյորկա
  • Asturian: Mallorca
  • Azerbaijani: Malyorka
  • Azerbaijani: Mayorka
  • Basque: Mallorca
  • Belarusian: Востраў Мальёрка
  • Belarusian: Мальёрка
  • Belarusian: Маёрка
  • Breton: Mallorca
  • Bulgarian: Майорка
  • Catalan: Mallorca
  • Cebuano: Mallorca
  • Chinese: 馬略卡
  • Chinese: 馬略卡島
  • Chinese: 馬約卡島
  • Corsican: Maiorca
  • Croatian: Mallorca
  • Czech: Mallorca
  • Danish: Mallorca
  • Dutch: Majorca
  • Dutch: Mallorca
  • Egyptian Arabic: مايوركا
  • English: Majorca
  • Esperanto: Majorko
  • Estonian: Mallorca
  • Faroese: Mallorka
  • Finnish: Mallorca
  • French: Majorque
  • French: Mallorca
  • Galician: Mallorca
  • Georgian: მალიორკა
  • German: 17. Bundesland
  • German: Balearis maior
  • German: Balearis major
  • German: Malle
  • German: Mallorca
  • Greek: Μαγιόρκα
  • Hausa: Mayorka
  • Hebrew: מיורקה
  • Hungarian: Mallorca
  • Icelandic: Majorka
  • Ido: Mayorka
  • Indonesian: Mallorca
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Majorca
  • Interlingue: Mallorca
  • Irish: Mallorca
  • Italian: Maiorca
  • Italian: Mallorca
  • Japanese: マジョルカ島
  • Japanese: マヨルカ島
  • Javanese: Majorca
  • Korean: 마요르카 섬
  • Korean: 마요르카섬
  • Ladino: Mayorka
  • Latin: Balearis Major
  • Latin: Maiorica
  • Latin: Majorica
  • Latvian: Maļorka
  • Lingua Franca Nova: Maiorca
  • Literary Chinese: 馬略卡島
  • Lithuanian: Maljorka
  • Low German: Majorka
  • Low German: Mallorca
  • Lower Sorbian: Mallorca
  • Luxembourgish: Mallorca
  • Macedonian: Мајорка
  • Malay: Majorca
  • Malay: Mallorca
  • Marathi: मायोर्का
  • Narom: Maillorque
  • Norwegian: Mallorca
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Mallorca
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Mallorca
  • Occitan (post 1500): Malhòrca
  • Persian: مایرکا
  • Persian: مایورکا
  • Polish: Majorka
  • Portuguese: Maiorca
  • Portuguese: Mallorca
  • Romanian: Mallorca
  • Romanian: Malorca
  • Russian: Майорка
  • Russian: Мальорка
  • Samogitian: Maljuorka
  • Sanskrit: मायोर्का
  • Sardinian: Majorca
  • Scots: Majorca
  • Scottish Gaelic: Mallorca
  • Serbian: Мајорка
  • Serbo-Croatian: Mallorca
  • Sicilian: Majorca
  • Slovak: Malorka
  • Slovenian: Majorka
  • Spanish: Isla de Mallorca
  • Spanish: Mallorca
  • Swedish: Mallorca
  • Tagalog: Mallorca
  • Tamil: மயோர்க்கா
  • Thai: มาจอร์กา
  • Thai: เกาะมัลยอร์กา
  • Thai: เกาะมาจอร์กา
  • Thai: เกาะมายอร์กา
  • Turkish: Mallorca
  • Turkish: Mayorka
  • Ukrainian: Мальорка
  • Upper Sorbian: Mallorca
  • Urdu: مایورکا
  • Vietnamese: Majorca
  • Waray (Philippines): Mallorca
  • Welsh: Mallorca
  • Western Frisian: Majorka
  • Wu Chinese: 马略卡岛
  • Yue Chinese: 馬略卡島
  • Mayurqa

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