Calviá is a town on the Spanish island of Majorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands archipelago standing in the Mediterranean Sea, off the eastern coast of Spain. Calviá has a respectable 43,499 inhabitants and stands just outside of Palma, the capital of the Balearic Islands. With 14 beaches, 4 recreational marinas, and over 1.6 million tourists a year, Calviá is one of the richest cities in Europe, due simply to its powerful tourism economy.
One big Calviá attraction for families is the Marineland Majorca amusement park. For older, more sedate visitors the Church of Sant Juan Baptista has neo-Gothic architecture, in addition to actual Gothic architecture from when the church was built in 1245. For golfers, the major Calviá point of interest is, of course, the Mallorca Royal Bendinat golf course.
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