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Over the last few years, I've spent more time on Mallorca than I thought I would.
And I have to say, I'm glad I did. Especially for us Germans, the island always comes with quite a few prejudices. But away from Ballermann and the like, Palma and the rest of the island have so much to offer.
This series shows photos from a series of trips to various places, especially in the south of the island. I'll take you to the south-west of the island, directly to the lively capital Palma and the cozy harbour of Port Andratx, to the orange groves in the valley around Fornalutx and to the colourful, charming streets of Soller. And the south also has a lot to offer with the coastline and the fincas around Sa Ràpita, but especially the cozy Santanyí. One of my personal highlights, however, was Cala Figuera, the small harbor village in the southeast of the island with the picturesque little houses built into the cliffs by the water.
I hope my pictures let you experience a short vacation on the largest Balearic island. Have fun with my Mallorca documentation.