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If you are looking for turquoise waters, then look no furtherth an Playa de Muro, a sandy stretch with virgin sections close to the S’Albufera NatureReserve. It is also a popular destination for many cyclists, drawn by the extensive network of;trails and minor roads that criss-cross the land between the mountains and...
A visit to this tourist and residential nucleus is a must. It is a peaceful and elegant town with a mixture of sandand pebble beaches. Pollença is very popular with kite surfers and other water sport enthusiasts. It is also a stop-off port for boats tour ingthe Formentorcliffs.;
Port d'Alcúdia is another tourist nucleus chosen by many Mallorcans as the destination of their second home. A walled town with Roman remains, this is one of the best surprises northern Mallorca has to offer. It has many;options for water sports such as sailing, kayaking, surfing and stand up paddleboarding for all ages and abilitie...
S’Albufera Nature Reserve
The S’Albufera Nature Reserve can be enjoyed on foot or by bike and covers Mallorca’s main wetland area. Comprising a web of lagoons and channels where birds from all over the world both live and visit, it is best seen from the observation huts.;