Lots of tourists go to Majorca every year. Majorca is one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful islands. This is one of the main reasons people all round Europe visit. Also the weather in Majorca is hot and sunny. This makes it a main place for people from the UK to visit as they don’t experience that much sun. Also there is a place in Majorca for everyone. There is the unspoilt north and the developed south. If you go to the north of Majorca you can experience the beauty of all the unspoilt beaches and the peace. There are many beautiful walks that can be experienced with picturesque buildings and thick woodland for exploring. The north is for people who prefer a more relaxing peaceful holiday. As for the south it is more developed. This is where you can find the more modern developments and all the lights and bars. This is for people who like attractions like water parks and banana boats. There is more entertainment in the south. Like the north there is still beautiful scenery and a spectacular coastline. However the south is more crowded and is usually preferred by families with children rather than older people who just want peace and quiet.
The Caves of Drach are the most famous tourist attraction on the island of Majorca. There are three chambers inside the caves, Cueva Negra (Black Cave), Cueva Blanca (White Cave) and Cueva Luis Salvator (Luis Salvator Cave). The cave is named after the Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria who invited Édouard-Alfred Martel to explore the caves in 1896; the caves are also home to Lago Martel (Lake Martel) one of the largest subterranean lakes in the world.
S'Albufera Natural Park is situated on the outskirts of Alcudia. It is the largest and most important wetland area in the Balearic Islands. Originally a lagoon separated from the sea by a chain of dunes, the area has filled up with sediments, becoming an extensive floodplain. S'Albufera is the Balearic's prime bird watching location....