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The beautiful Balearics

Mallorca and Menorca have long been popular with tourists, but if you think it’s just bucket ‘n’ spade delights, think again. Mallorca’s capital, Palma de Mallorca, has a fascinating history, and the island’s varied landscape includes rugged mountains and a rural interior little-touched by tourism. Boutique hotels, delicious paella, and peaceful villages show there’s much more than the islands' beaches. The likes of Magaluf still supply cheap thrills, but in quiet corners of Menorca or Mallorca’s Tramuntana mountains, it all seems ages away.



Famous Orange groves and pilgrim paths

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Orange groves and pilgrim paths Editors' Note

The little Biniaraix doesn’t have more than 150 inhabitants, it is however a picturesque, popular travel attraction not far from Mallorca. The village features all year round greenery, and famous orange groves. Biniaraix is divided between Soller and Fornalutx.

The most popular attraction in the village, aside its stunning orange groves, is the Barranc de Biniaraix, a pathway part of the route to the Monastery of Lluc - one of the most emblematic walks on the island of Mallorca. Barranc de Biniaraix has been used by pilgrims since the 14th Century.

Biniaraix, Mallorca