The main island of the Balearic region consists of over 500 kilometers of coastline distributed among almost a hundred beaches. Whether you would like to practice diving or snorkeling in pristine waters, or if you are looking for natural quiet beaches to kayak without being disturbed, Majorca is undoubtedly your place. Around 40% of the island surface is protected, what makes it perfect for trekking lovers. Especially the West side between "Palma de Mallorca" and Alcudia's harbor, at the “Sierra de la Tramuntana”, UNESCO’s World Heritage Site since 2011. Here you will see the coastline from the top of the mountains. Or you can hop to Cabrera National Park, one of the best managed National Parks in Europe, and easily reached by ship.