by corinne iaia

November 04, 2016

MALLORCA IN SNAPS

When it comes to sharing travel photos, better late than never is always my mantra. I always enjoy peeking at others' travel diaries and photos as well, because it's a great way to get a feel for a place. I love the authentic side of life that travel often shows us; the photos say blue skies and lush greenery but there is always much more to it than just that. This summer I traveled to Mallorca for the first time, and it certainly didn't disappoint. I loved how it offered beautiful beaches that weren't extremely overcrowded, and were actually amazing for swimming and people watching. There were plenty of amazing restaurants in the main city, Palma, which had a well kept old city center with a beautiful cathedral and palace perched atop the hill. The trip was so well balanced in terms of offerings; there were the Tramuntana Mountains that we explored, we took an old trolley ride in Soller, explored the coves in La Calobra, the crystal waters of Es Trenc beach, Palma city, and the boardwalk filled with nightlife along Playa de Palma. I loved Mallorca, and hope to go back one day for more! Have you every visited before?
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