Vienna's capital. Mur beauty. Renaissance and Baroque Graz Old Town are UNESCO-listed. Castleberg. Graz's tower. Oldest armoury is Landeszeughaus.

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Palma, the island's capital, is a famous tourist attraction. Majorca's single airport is fewer than 8 miles from town, thus most tourists fly there first.

1. Palma de Mallorca

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North-west Sóller, Majorca's 10th-largest city. Walkable Sóller Tramuntana. Beach and Fornalutx are nearby. nearby Cala Tuent. Sóller features restaurants and beaches.

2. Sóller

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Alcdia is Bronze Age. The story begins with the Romans. Visit the Pollèntia Roman Museum or the 16th-century city walls. Plus, a mediaeval town and church. 

3. Alcúdia

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Beautiful mountains surround Valldemossa. Islands require mountains. Franciscans and Arabs lived there. Visit Chopin's monastery.

4. Valldemossa

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Mallorca's Cala d'Or. This city has beaches. Coves protect many family-friendly beaches. Palma de Mallorca is a beautiful city. Sail and sunbathe at Cala d'Or.

5. Cala d’Or

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Cap de Formentor has stunning vistas. The drive to Majorca's northernmost peninsula is as beautiful as the destination.

6. Cap de Formentor

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Deià has always drawn in the eccentric, artistic types. As an artists’ colony, there is history throughout the early and mid 20th century of this mountain village.

7. Deià

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On the road between Alcúdia and Cap de Formentor you’ll find Pollença. The great thing about this little town is that it is home to locals.

8. Pollença / Pollensa

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A 45-minute walk from Sóller, Fornalutx can be reached easily by foot along a marked path. The main focus in town is the Plaça d’Espanya which is watched over from above by the church.

9. Fornalutx

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Cala Figuera is one of the most working class areas of the island. Acting now and historically as a fishing port, this is where you want to come for fresh seafood, among other things.

10. Cala Figuera

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