360° VR STOCK VIDEO FOOTAGE (8K) – Mallorca Mountains


Clip Title: View to Sa Dragonera
Location: La Trapa, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
Clip ID: 591

Sa Dragonera is an uninhabited islet in the Balearic Islands, Spain, located just off the west coast of Majorca. It is currently a natural park. The island is a part of the municipality of Andratx, which is, along with Sant Elm, the closest towns to the island. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonera

360° VR STOCK VIDEO FOOTAGE (8K) – Pine Trees Ocean


Clip Title: Pine Trees Meet Ocean
Location: Playa De Formentor, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
Clip ID: 588

Majorca, also spelt Mallorca is the largest island in the Balearic Islands, which are part of Spain and located in the Mediterranean. It is known as an easy-to-reach mecca for friends of sunny beaches, amazing landscapes, wonderful mountains and affordable mediterranean food. With a coastline of more than 550km. In high season the island receives about 8 million tourists from around the world. This is both a blessing and a curse for the inhabitants, and they are well prepared for it and provide a very well-organized tourist infrastructure. Mallorca has beautiful white sand and crystal water beaches, so most are base for package tourists nowadays. In more remote areas you might find very rarely visited beaches. Source: https://wikitravel.org/en/Mallorca

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Praia da Ursa, Portugal

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360 degree panorama: Sunset in Sorano, Tuscany, Italy

The medieval village Sorano dates back to the Etruscan times. Like many villages in this area, Sorano is on the top of hills, made of volcanic tuff stone. In the rocks under the village are many man made caves visible. Cutting them into the soft tuff rock is not difficult and was already done in ancient times. Many caves contain small niches for pigeons to make nests and create guano as fertilizer for the farmers fields. This way of producing guano was already known by the Egyptian pharaoes and is still in use today in the valleys of Cappadocia (Turkey). The Italians call these niches “colombaio” according to the Latin word for pigeon: colomba. Later this word changed its meaning and today its used for the special Italian graveyards in walls. The niches of the graves have a shape very similar to the niches for pigeons.