Majorca is an island of startling contrasts. Its landscape varies from rugged mountains in the north to pine-covered hills and windmill-dotted plains in the south. In the west, the historic and elegant capital, Palma, skirts an attractive harbour while in the east; you can explore pretty secluded sandy coves. Despite great popularity and development, Majorca remains an astonishingly beautiful place, with verdant pines, rolling green hills, endless superb beaches and a varied choice of resorts, each with a character and flavour of its own.
The Greeks called Ibiza and Formentera the Pitiusa Islas (Islands of Pine Trees), an island which is one in a thousand and is undoubtedly most popular within the international club life scene.