Mallorca's northeast coast comprises two sweeping bays: the Badia de Pollenca and the larger Badia d'Alcudia. The northern coast is generally rugged and has many cliffs.

01 Cathedral Sant Jaume of Alcudia 02 Town gate of Alcudia 03 Turret in Alcudia 04 Beach of Ses Fotges 05 House in Betlem
06 House in Betlem 07 The coast in Betlem 08 Beach restaurant in Betlem 09 Beach of Betlem
10 Beach of Cala Agulla 11 Beach of Cala Agulla 12 Beach of Cala Mesquida 13 Beach of Font de sa Cala Provencal
01 Beach of Port de Polenca 02 At the seaside promenade in Port de Pollenca 03 Beach of Cala Sant Vincenc 04 House in Cala Sant Vincenc
05 Beach of Cala Sant Vincenc 06 Beach of Cala Sant Vincenc 07 Cornfield near Port de Pollenca 08 Beach -Platja Formentor- 09 Close view on the stone wall on El Camino de Muro Seco
10 Un -Muro de Seco- in the valley of Boquer 11 Rocks at the Coast of the Vale de Boquer 12 Market in Port de Pollenca 13 Market in Port de Pollenca 14 Market in Port de Pollenca 15 Market in Port de Pollenca
16 Market in Port de Pollenca 17 Market in Port de Pollenca 18 Market in Port de Pollenca 19 Market in Port de Pollenca 20 Market in Port de Pollenca 21 Spanish woman on the market in Port de Pollenca
22 Sunrise at Cap de Formentor
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