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What to see in West Majorca, Spain?

The only place we’ve been to in West Majorca was Valldemossa, but as I had a little list of the areas in case we had time to visit it, I’m posting about it and if there is anything that you can help with, please, send me a message, and I’ll post here.
Palma de Mallorca: is the capital of the island and where the airport is. We didn’t visit it, therefore, it wouldn’t be fair to write anything about it as there is a lot of people who have been there and can explain better than me. So sorry guys!!
Magaluf: is a resort beach town, and most people know because of its nightlife. So, if you what to party there is the place.
Banyalbufar beach: the sun hits the beach from about 11 am due to the high cliffs behind it. Because of the cliffs, the beach is accessible only by a steep stairway, the bay is suitable for diving and snorkelling.
Sa Dragonera Nature Reserve
Camp de Mar: the beach is overlooked by several hotels, but the view out to sea really is terrific.
Portal Vells: here are actually three beaches: Sa Caleta, El Mago and Playa del Rei. It’s near Magaluf, and from the pictures I’ve seen, it’s beautiful.
Valldemossa: is a little town in the Tramuntana mountains. It’s around 15 minutes drive from Palma de Majorca.
The town is well known in the island because Frederic Chopin rented a room and spent a winter with his lover in 1838-39.
It’s the only town we visited in the West, and it was so worth it. There is plenty of shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants and I think that you should visit it for sure.
And don’t skip the posts about East, South and North Majorca.
Have fun!
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