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Portocristo Mallorca

Now it's time to go to the beaches of Mallorca's east coast. Let's begin with this beautiful beach in the town center of Portocristo...


Beach Portocristo Mallorca

Bright sand and clear blue water make the beach of Portocristo one of the highlights. But the town has much to offer than just an excellent beach!


Portocristo Restaurant Mallorca

Portocristo also sports a yacht harbour with several restaurants. Enjoy your meal anytime of the day while watching the activity at the harbour.


Harbour Portocristo Mallorca

The final photo of Portocristo - the yacht harbour with hotels and appartment houses.


Cala Murada Mallorca

About 15 km south of Portocristo you will find a series of seven beaches called "Calas de Mallorca". This is one of them, Cala Murada, with several villas, some small hotels, and a beach bar centered around the beautiful and clean beach.


Cala Domingos Mallorca

Here is another beach of the "Calas de Mallorca" - Cala Domingos, a paradise of white sand, blue and green water. There are some bigger hotels in this area, so the beach might get crowded during high season. Then again, you have several beaches to choose from, so finding the right one should not be a problem. :-)


Portocolom Mallorca

Another nice little town on the East Coast is Portocolom. Here, you see the yacht harbour and the lighthouse Punta de ses Crestes. We had lunch at the HPC Restaurant, which -despite its strange name- offers good service and excellent food.


Felanitx Mallorca

Finally, two photos of Felanitx (pop. 14,000), founded in the 13th century. The town claims to be the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, but this has never been confirmed. The photo shows the Central Placa with a street cafe.

Sant Miquel Felanitx Mallorca

This is the mighty church Sant Miquel of Felanitx with its long steps, certainly a must-see when you are in the area.

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