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the largest of the Balearic Islands

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THE MAJORCAN heat brought out the best in Coventry's touring Allesley Village Cricket Club as they completed the double over their Balearic island hosts.
The Ca'n Quet restaurant's tasting menu was a superb example of Majorcan food served up with international panache, from the foie gras pate with dried figs to the scampi cauccino and suckling pig with juniper honey - the latter is the dish of choice at major festivals.
Majorcan holidays are no longer confined to the beach-towel experience of Santa Ponsa, and the endless round of pools, nightclubs and karaoke bars of Magaluf.
THIS is where Spanish families take their holidays and where the Majorcans come at weekends.
Through skillful interplay between the caustic and the tender, and between the poetic and the mysterious and mythical, Porcel masterfully portrays in microcosm the closed but sprightly peculiar Mediterranean spirit of the Majorcans.