Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands. It is 96 kms at its widest and 78 Kms in length. The total area is 3,640 km2, of which 554 Kms form the coast.
The landscape of Mallorca is very varied its geological formation. The first image that attracts attention, though, is the Serra de Tramuntana in the north of the island, formed by a line of mountains parallel to the north coast and reaching its greatest altitude Puig Major (1,445 m), creating a coast cliffs home to small beaches of pebbles and boulders of immense beauty.
There are many caves and bays, the most impressive caves (1 km Gallery) is located at the eastern end of the island, and is the largest bay in the capital (Palma) in the far south.