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Driving in Majorca Spain

Speed Limits
Motorways: 120km/h
Open Roads: 100km/h
Urban Areas: 60km/h

Minimum Driver age: 17

Minimum Driver age: 21

Required equipment for your car: Spare Tyre. Warning Triangle. Reflective Jacket.

Seatbelts: Compulsory for both front and rear-seat passengers

General driving information: Driving in Majorca is on the right and seat belts must be worn. Spain has introduced random breath-testing which can be at anytime of the day but more especially at night.

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Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea lying South East of mainland Spain. The other islands in the Balearic's are Ibiza and Menorca.

There are numerous resorts that tourists flock too offering a variety of holiday destinations from the quiet relaxed resorts to the north of the island to the more lively resorts in the south. These include Alcudia, Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Calas de Majorca, Cala d'Or, Cala San Vincente, Cala Ratjada, Camp de Mar, C'an Pastilla, C'an Picafort, Colonia Sant Jordi, Illetas, Magaluf, Paguera, Palma Nova, Playa de Muro, Porto Colom, Porto Cristo, Puerto Pollensa, Sa Coma and Santa Ponsa.

Must See in Majorca Spain

The Gothic Cathedral

This 14th Century cathedral in Palma was built between 1230 and 1600. Inside the cathedral is magnificent with its very high ceilings, slim pillars, and on the floor you will see beutiful images where the the sun reflects all the colours of the stained glass windows.

Caves of Drach and Hams

Situated on the East Coast of the island and near to Porto Cristo are the caves of Drach and Hams. Open throughout the year the caves show fine examples of both stalactite and stalagmite formations. The caves are so large that the largest can be seen on a boat trip.

Lluch Monastry

Found between Soller and Pollensa in the mountain valley of the Torrente de Lluch is the Lluch monastry which dates back to the 17th and 18th century. The monastry now houses a boys' music and choir school. There is a botanical garden to admire and a restaurant.

Dates for Your Diary

Balearic Islands Carnival Fiestas

Held every February across all the islands a weekend of festivities, eating, shows and processions.

Angel Sunday (Easter)

The first Sunday after Easter is celebrated with traditional food, processions and blessings in the capital Palma.

Procession for Corpus Christi

Each year in Mid June this is held in most towns throughout Mallorca but one of the best is in Pollensa with the dances of "Les Àguiles" and "Sant Joan Pelós". Houses will prepare sweetmeats and other gifts to share.