Majorca is a Spanish island, the largest in the Balearic Islands archipelago, and the second most populous in Spain. Majorca is known as the island of calm and tranquillity due to the character of the Majorcan people and their relaxed way of life. Majorca has it all: good weather, the Mediterranean Sea, spectacular beaches and coves, mountains, culture, tradition, history and gastronomy. Majorca has a character all of its own, two languages are spoken on the island: Majorcan and Spanish. Although the island is internationally known as a sun and beach destination, the truth is that Majorca is much more than that, in recent years, many travelers, from all over the world, have come to enjoy its mountain towns such as Fornalutx, Valldemossa or Sóller, located in the Sierra de Tramontana, a World Heritage Site; or to discover the city of Palma, with its exciting historic centre and where one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world is located, the Cathedral of Santa María. But they also come to discover an island full of a culture where artists of the stature of Chopin, George Sand, Rubén Darío or Robert Graves left their mark and created some of their most famous works, or to visit some of the museums such as Es Baluard, the contemporary art museum that houses important collections of this time. In addition, Majorca, together with the rest of the Balearic Islands, has its own history marked by the Talayotic settlements and the infantry slingers of the islands that managed to expel the Roman legions for years. Some villages and burial sites from this era are preserved, as well as those from Roman times, for example, the Roman ruins of Pollentia, in the municipality of Alcudia. Other points of interest in Mallorca are its caves, among which the Cuevas del Drach and Cuevas dels Hams stand out, both in Porto Cristo, as well as the white caves of Campanet. Of course, we cannot stop talking about Majorca by mentioning its beaches, from Muro to Arenal beaches, with their kilometers of white sand, then there are Majorca's famous coves, for example, Caló des Moro, Estellencs, Cala San Vicente, Aucanada and Formentor. Similarly, we can’t talk about Majorca without mentioning the gastronomy where we find some very traditional dishes that have become recognized throughout the world. The ensaimada, the sobrasada and the Quely biscuit are just a few examples, but the truth is that its gastronomic richness is much greater than this: brut rice, Majorcan fried rice, Majorcan soups, suckling pig and roast lamb, Majorcan-style fish, empanadas, trampó, tumbet, vegetable coca, Rubiols, Crespells, Doblegats, Cardenal de Lloseta... the list is endless. As if that were not enough, Majorca is also a land of fine wine with two of its won appellations of Origin: Binissalem and Pla i Llevant. Not forgetting the famous Majorcan liqueur hierbas, which can be found in various styles some with a higher alcohol content than others, it can be dry, mixed or sweet but there are lots of other delicious liqueurs; almond liqueur, Palo mallorquín liqueur, orange liqueur and mead; the Amazonas rum, which is usually mixed with coffee. Not forgetting the classic Suau brandy, treasured by locals and visitors alike. Finally, we can't end without mentioning the recent additions such as craft beers and Majorcan gin. If you want to know more about Mallorca, we encourage you to visit the island. Both its commercial seaport and Palma Airport welcome thousands of travelers every year.
Escape to Mallorca for a weekend and discover the beautiful city of Palma on a trip where you will discover some of the most beautiful corners of the island. This weekend getaway includes a hotel in Palma, an itinerary to visit the most emblematic points of interest in the city and some recommendations for discovering other places on the island. If your intention is to go outside the center of Palma, we advise you to travel with your car or add a rental car to your trip to Mallorca.
If you are thinking of taking a trip to Mallorca to get to know its city, this getaway to Palma is perfect for getting to know the most emblematic places without walking for hours. This plan includes accommodation in Palma de Mallorcaandticket to get on and off the tourist bus as many times as you likefor 24 or 48 hours. So you can stop at the places of interest that you like the most and get back on the bus when you have seen them or simply use your voucher as a means of transport to get around Palma during your trip or weekend getaway to Mallorca. An ideal option for families traveling with children or people with reduced mobility.
Majorca is a paradise of crystal clear waters, mountains and an extraordinary climate that make it a perfect place for growing vines and making wine, with three appellations of origin. With this experience that we propose you will discover Mallorca in its entirety and you will realize that this island is much more than a beach. This trip to Mallorca includes: choice of accommodation in Alcudia, Ca'n Picafort or Pollença, so you can relax and enjoy the beach; Guided tour to Valldemossa and Sóller, where you will discover the Sierra de Tramuntana, a World Heritage Site, and two of the most beautiful villages in Mallorca; excursion to the Cuevas del Drach, impressive natural caves where you will enjoy a classical music concert inside the caves, and the visit to a Majorcan wineryfor you to taste some of their wines. Beach, mountains, culture, caves, wine tasting... What more can you ask for on a holiday in Mallorca?
Majorca is a destination that never disappoints, especially when you visit some of its most impressive beaches located in the Bay of Pollença, in the north of the island. With this plan, you will not only stay in a hotel in Puerto Pollença, a few steps from the beach, but you will also be able to enjoy a boat trip to choose between a catamaran ride with food included or a ride at sunrise with dolphin watching. In addition, you will be able to discover the beautiful coves of the area, the most spectacular sunsets, stroll through the town and visit the market of the cataloged as the most beautiful town in Spain, relax on the beach, sunbathe, enjoy the lively and elegant atmosphere of the port and, in short, live an incredible vacation in one of the most beautiful destinations on the island. An authentic vacation at sea!
This 5-day plan includes: choice of accommodation in Alcudia, Ca'n Picafort or Pollença, for you to relax and enjoy the sun and the beach; Day trip to Valldemossa, Sóller and Puerto de Sóller with tram and coach, where you will cross the wonderful Sierra de Tramuntana, a World Heritage Site, and discover two of the villages most charming mountain in Mallorca; and a guide with practical advice to discover the Balearic island.
It will be wonderful to travel to Mallorca and enjoy the best beaches on the island, located in the north of Mallorca. This 7-day plan includes: choice of accommodation in Alcudia, Ca'n Picafort or Pollença, so you can relax and enjoy the beach; 1-day guided tour of the island by wooden train, tram, boat and bus, where you will discover the Sierra de Tramuntana, a World Heritage Site, Sóller, one of the most beautiful villages in Mallorca, the beautiful beach of Sa Calobra and the Torrent de Paréis, one of the favorite places for Mallorcans and travelers from all over the world; and excursion to the Cuevas del Drach, impressive natural caves filled with water, located in Porto Cristo.
It will be wonderful to travel to Mallorca and enjoy one of the best beach areas on the island: Alcudia. This 7-day plan includes: accommodation in Playa de Alcudia so that you can relax and enjoy the kilometer-long beach of white sand and turquoise water, considered one of the best family beaches; 1-day guided tour of the island by wooden train, tram, boat and bus, where you will discover one of the most beautiful villages in Mallorca and where you will love the journey in various means of transport; excursion to Marineland, where the smallest of the house will enjoy with the dolphins, sea lions and parrots and excursion to Aqualand, the best amusement park in the Balearic Islands. Slides of all heights and water attractions for all ages will make everyone have a great time. Of course, in this plan you will also have more than enough free time to rest, walk along the beach, eat ice cream, make sand castles and discover the impressive municipality of Alcudia. The most complete trip to travel to Mallorca with the ones you love the most!
Traveling to Mallorca is always a good idea, but if you also visit the most beautiful villages on the island, the holidays are sublime. This plan includes 6 nights of accommodation in the most beautiful villages of Mallorca(2 nights in Alcudia, 2 in Pollença and 2 in Fornalutx), the best route by carto discover the island and some practical tips for your trip. How beautiful you are, Majorca!
Enjoy this romantic getaway to Fornalutx, listed as the most beautiful town in Spain, with your favorite person. It includes accommodation in one of the most romantic boutique hotels in Fornalutx and a bottle of cava in the room so you can toast your love. It doesn't matter if it's your anniversary or Valentine's Day, any time is a good time to celebrate how much you love each other.
At Nativics we have prepared a wonderful weekend for you in Valldemossa. Everything is carefully organized so that you only have to worry about enjoying this small mountain town, located in the Sierra de Tramuntana, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. As soon as you arrive at Palma airport, we will be waiting for you to take you and your loved ones to Valldemossa, the town that has welcomed great illustrious figures such as Chopin, Rubén Darío, Ramón Llull, Unamuno, Jovellanos, Azorín... and recently artists the likes of Michel Douglas and Catherine Z Jones. Once you arrive in this beautiful town in the Tramuntana, you can enjoy two nights in a hotel with breakfast in one of the most charming hotels in Valldemossa, carefully chosen by our team of local experts. As if that were not enough, we have taken care of reserving the tickets for you so that you can access the Royal Charterhouse of Valldemossa without waiting and discover how the Carthusians lived, where Chopin stayed and Rubén Darío's cell. This ticket also includes a visit to the church, the monastic pharmacy, the King Sancho Palace, the piano concert hall, the Chopin and George Sand Museum, with temporary and permanent exhibitions, and the fantastic King Juan Carlos gardens. Of course, you won't be short of time to explore this small mountain town on your own, lose yourself in its narrow streets, shop and eat in some of its restaurants. So don't worry, you're going to live a unique weekend. We are Mallorcan, we know what we are doing.
If you are thinking of traveling by car, at Nativics we have prepared a 5-day plan for you to discover some of the most beautiful places in the Sierra de Tramuntana, such as Valldemossa, a town of artists and refuge of the pianist Chopin, and Fornalutx, the first Majorcan municipality awarded as one of the Most Beautiful Towns in Spain. This plan includes 4 nights of accommodation and breakfast selected by our team of experts. Two nights in the beautiful town of Valldemossa and another two nights in Fornalutx, the small dream town worth admiring. In addition, tickets to the Real Cartuja and the Municipal Museum of Valldemossa are also included so you don't get complicated.
Are you thinking of traveling by car? At Nativics we have prepared this 5-day itinerary for you to discover some of the most beautiful places in the Sierra de Tramuntana, such as Valldemossa and Deià. In addition, we have added a day to visit Palma so you can get to know the capital of the island. A city full of life with an exciting historic center and an imposing cathedral facing the sea. This plan includes 4 nights of accommodation and breakfast in one of the hotels selected by our experts, in the beautiful municipality of Valldemossa, and tickets to the Real Cartuja and the Municipal Museum of Valldemossa.
From Nativics we have prepared this 7-day car route for you to fully discover the Sierra de Tramuntana, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and the capital of the island. Thus, with this itinerary you will discover some of the most beautiful towns in the north of Mallorca, such as Valldemossa, Deià, Fornalutx and Sóller, as well as the lively Palma. A city full of life with an exciting historic center and an imposing cathedral facing the sea. This plan 6 nights of accommodation and breakfast in the Sierra de Tramuntana (three hotel nights in the wonderful town of Valldemossa and another three nights in Fornalutx, awarded the title of Most Beautiful Town in Spain) and tickets to the Real Cartuja and to the Municipal Museum of Valldemossa, so you don't have to worry. In short, it has everything you need so that you can discover the Sierra de Tramuntana by car and on your own, but with the certainty that you will not encounter unforeseen unexpected events... In this plan you will also find some recommendations to enjoy your free time in this idyllic Majorcan setting. Are you excited?
From Nativics we have prepared a 5-day trip for you to discover some of the most beautiful places in the Sierra de Tramuntana, such as Valldemossa and Deià. In addition, we have added a day so you can explore Palma, the capital of the island. A city full of life with an exciting historic center and an imposing cathedral facing the sea. This trip includes transfers from the airport to the hotel and from the hotel to the airport, 4 nights of accommodation and breakfast in one of the hotels selected by our experts, in the beautiful municipality of Valldemossa, entrance fees to the Real Cartuja and the Municipal Museum of Valldemossa and round trip transfer to Palma from your hotel. In short, it has everything you need so you can discover the Sierra de Tramuntana, a World Heritage Site, at your leisure but with the comfort of not having to queue or wait. As if that were not enough, we have added some recommendations for you to enjoy your free time in this idyllic Majorcan setting.
The Torrent de Paréis (Torrent of Paréis) is a canyon located in the Sierra de Tramuntana, north of Mallorca. In 2003, this impressive canyon was declared a Natural Monument by the Balearic Government, being at the time the third natural monument in the Balearic Islands. This canyon, more than 3 km long and 200 meters high, is famous for its beauty and its turquoise blue water that passes through two high gorges and flows into Sa Calobra. Ideal for hikers and climbers, its cove is what it calls more attention but its difficult access and its rocks do not make it a recommended beach to spend the day but rather to enjoy its spectacular views, take a dip and spend a pleasant time in an incredible setting. These characteristics mean that the best way to get to the Torrent de Paréis is by boat, although if you have time and desire, you can also do it on foot.
Pollentia, was a Roman city founded after the conquest of Mallorca by Quinto Cecilio Metelo in the year 123 BC and it marks the beginning of urban life on the island. Thanks to its location ;strategic, between the bays of Pollença and Alcúdia, Pollentia was the most important city of Roman times in the Balearic Islands. Currently you can visit the areas of the gate (Portella), the Forum, and the Theater, in the town of Alcudia.
La Portella is the residential area, which contains remains of three domus or houses and of the road route that unites them. In the central area of Pollentia are the remains of the Foro, the square of the city where archaeological work is still being carried out. Among the most outstanding remains are the Capitoline Temple, two smaller temples and a large set of Tabernae (commercial area). Located on the outskirts of the city in a southerly direction, ;very close to the place where the port would have been located in Roman times, the theater is one of the elements most representative of the whole complex. The Roman theatrehas the particularity that it is excavated in the rock, taking advantage of the natural unevenness of the area, which is why a large part of its structure is preserved, in which the cavea, the orchestra and the stage can be seen. .
The medieval walls of Alcudia, located in the northeast of Mallorca (Spain), are the oldest on the island and were declared a Artistic Historic Site in 1974. This six meter high wall, It was built, in the first place, under the mandate of King Jaume II to protect the municipality from the constant attacks of pirates who, at that time, looted all the areas of the Mediterranean coast. Its construction began in the 14th century, although it suffered several attacks that left it almost completely demolished, which is why, during the reign of Felipe II, at the end of the 16th century, a new Renaissance construction phase began that would be demolished again in late nineteenth century due to the strategic location of Alcudia. Currently, two gates of the original wall are still preserved: the Moll Gate and the Sant Sebastiá Gate and the moat. Only the bastion of Sant Ferran remains from the second construction, where a bullring was built. If you visit Alcudia, the first thing you will see when you arrive in the town are its iconic walls where you can access the highest part and contemplate unique views.
The Cuevas del Drach are located in Mallorca, in the town of Porto Cristo. They are of great value since they have a 1,200 meter route that runs through larger and smaller galleries full of stalactites and stalagmites up to 25 meters deep. Inside there are several lakes, the most important being Lake Martel, one of the largest underground lakes in the world that is 117 meters long, 30 meters wide and a depth of between 4 and meters . Its name is due to the first person to cross the lake, the speleologist Édouard Alfred Martel. The interior temperature of the caves ranges between 17ºC and 21ºC, so there is always a pleasant temperature. If you visit these caves, you can take a boat ride on the lake and enjoy a live classical music concert.
The most famous pearl factory in Mallorca is that of the Majorica brand, a pioneer on the island in the creation of high-quality artificial pearls that marked a before and after in the marketing of pearls, making it possible for anyone to could access this gem. The Majorica factory is located in Manacor, an inland municipality of Mallorca. In it you can see the process of creating jewelry: necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets for both men and women, in addition to having several windows where you can buy some of these pearls that are so emblematic of the island.
Marineland is a marine zoo located in the south of Mallorca and the most awarded dolphinarium in Spain. Here you will find bottlenose dolphins and Californian sea lions, penguins, sharks, snakes, iguanas, lizards, freshwater fish and piranhas. It also has a Mini Water Park for children with a pirate ship and a small pool. This theme park is known for its exhibits, especially the dolphin exhibit.
Exhibits included in Marineland:
Sea lion feeding
Infinity Parrot exhibit (exotic birds and parrots)
Sea Lion Exhibit
Great Dolphin Exhibit
La Lonja is located in the city of Palma de Mallorca. It is a public Gothic building built as a mercantile exchange and for the meeting of the merchants of the time. It was built by the Mallorcan architect and sculptor, Guillem Sagrera, between 1420 and 1452. Its ribbed vaults and its six pillars with stone palm trees are remarkable. In its interior different temporary exhibitions are held throughout the year.
The Paseo del Borne or Passeig del Born is located in the heart of Palma de Mallorca and is the work of the Madrid architect Isidro Gonzalez. This avenue, located next to Jaime III, Palma's shopping street par excellence, runs from the Plaza de Juan Carlos I to the Plaza de la Reina. Surrounded by trees and benches, this avenue, guarded by two sphinxes at each end, is an icon of the city of Palma and is on the list of the most beautiful streets in Spain. Presently, a meeting place has several cafes and restaurants and hosts temporary events such as the book house, the Christmas lighting of lights or concerts of San Sebastian, patron saint of Palma.
S' Hort del Rei is an urban garden located in the city of Palma de Mallorca at the foot of the Royal Almudiana Palace. Its fountains are reminiscent of the Generalife of the Alhambra in miniature. These gardens also have a pond with two famous swans that live in it and receive many visits from the people of Palma, especially the younger ones. During the weekends you can see couples in love, families, friends and even the older ones, taking a pleasant walk in the shade of this garden.
The cathedral of Palma or Santa Maria, is the cathedral of the capital of Mallorca and the Mallorcans know it as La Seu. This cathedral, which was built on the orders of King Jaime I in the 13th century, is one of the most beautiful in Europe due to its privileged location in front of the Bay of Palma, with spectacular views. over the sea Of Mediterranean Gothic style, it also has other styles that have been added over the years, from its Romanesque doorways and Baroque altarpieces, to its partial neoclassical reconstruction, the modernist chandelier of Gaudí or the altar of the Chapel of San Pedro by the contemporary artist, Miquel Barceló. Its construction in three naves, one of the largest in Europe, and its terraces make it an essential place to visit but, arguably, what makes it truly unique is its large rose window, the largest in the Gothic world, also known as the Gothic Eye and one of the largest in the history of Christianity. This record-breaking rose window has a diameter of about 13 meters and 1,236 crystals. With 5 rose windows in total and 59 windows, the Seu de Mallorca is also known as the Cathedral of Light., a true jewel of Christianity and one of the favorite monuments of the residents of the Balearic Islands.
Aqualand Mallorca is a water park located in Arenal, in the south of the Balearic island. It is the largest water park in Mallorca. It has 20 different attractions with slides of all heights and sizes, water attractions, a children's water park, a wave pool, fast slides, a jacuzzi and a chill out area for the older ones and a solarium where you can sunbathe.
The Plaza Mayor de Pollença is the nerve center of this municipality located in the north of Mallorca. In this square the Sunday market of fruits, vegetables, plants, clothes and accessories is organized, which extends through the surrounding alleys. Here you will find restaurants, bars and cafes and the Church of the Mare de Déu dels Àngels, patron saint of Pollença.
El Calvario or Calvari, in Mallorcan, is the most emblematic place in Pollença, a municipality located in the northeast of Mallorca. El Calvari is a hill made up of a stairway made up of 365 steps, one for each day of the year, flanked by cypresses and fourteen three-meter-high Christian crosses, recalling the suffering (calvary) of Jesus Christ while climbing Mount Golgotha where, according to Christian tradition, he was crucified. Climbing all the steps, you will reach the top of the mountain where the small church of El Calvari and the viewpoint with the best panoramic views of Pollença are located. One of the jewels inside the small hermitage is the 14th-century sculptural image of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary at his feet, which, according to legend, was found in Cala Sant Vicenç, a famous cove in Pollença.
Mount Calvary is very important for the inhabitants of Pollença who, in memory of the Calvary of Jesus Christ, every Good Friday celebrate the "Davallament" (detachment from the cross), one of the acts most important and recognized of the Mallorcan Holy Week. This act consists of lowering a carving of Christ of great historical value from the cross and carrying it in procession up the tortuous staircase to the Church of the Virgen de los Ángeles, patron saint of Pollença. This ritual is carried out with strict respect, in complete silence and illuminated only by the light of the torches that the brothers carry with them.
The Church of Calvario is located on the top of the hill of the same name, in Pollença, in the north of Mallorca. It consists of a small oratory that houses in its interior a sculptural group of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary at his feet, of great historical value since it dates from the 14th century. Outside the small church we find a privileged environment with fantastic views of the entire municipality. To reach this oratory it is necessary to climb the El Calvari (El Calvario) staircase, which consists of 365 steps, one for each day of the year.
Fornalutx Town Hall is located in the center of the municipality, at the beginning of Calle Mayor or Carrer Major. Although austere, iwhat makes it remakable is its cobbled façade that matches the rest of the buildings and alleys and the defense tower that guards it. This tower is from the 17th century and its state of conservation is excellent.
Calle de La Luna or Carrer de Sa Lluna, is a commercial street located in the center of Sóller. Its pedestrian street with houses small shops selling clothes, accessories, perfumes and typical products of the area. In this street there are also various Majorcan houses of interest such as Can Prohom, Can Bardí and Casa de La Luna, the oldest in Sóller and which gives its name to the street.
Banco de Sóller is a modernist building by the architect Joan Rubió i Bellver, a disciple of the famous architect Antonio Gaudí. Currently, it belongs to the Santander bank, but its facade shows the wealth that the people of Sóller obtained in the past with the export of citrus fruits to France, which allowed them to build a bank according to their wishes
The church of Sant Bartomeu or San Bartolomé, is one of the most beautiful churches in Mallorca. Declared a site of cultural interest, its construction began in the 13th century, originally in the Romanesque-Gothic style but, as is usual in these constructions, it has undergone modifications over the years, which is why we also find some Baroque structures. But, without a doubt, the last modification, begun in 1904 and finished in 1946, is what makes the Church of San Bartolomé an icon of the city and an example of wonderful Art Nouveau. This is the spectacular modernist façade, the work of the Catalan architect, Joan Rubió i Bellver, a disciple of the great Antonio Gaudí, with whom he collaborated on other works of great importance, including La Sagrada Familia, La Casa Batlló and Parc Güell, in Barcelona.
The Plaza de la Constitución is located in the center of the municipality of Sóller, in the north of Mallorca, the nerve center of the town, where the Sóller Town Hall, the Church of San Bartolomé, the modernist bank, the current Santander office, and numerous cafes, restaurants and ice cream parlors are located. The legendary electric tram that connects the center of Sóller with the port also crosses this square.
The Mirador de Sa Miranda des Lledoners is located in Valldemossa, a pretty town in Mallorca. Located at the end of Calle Jovellanos, from this viewpoint you can see the town with the church of San Bartolomé in the background, the valley and some of the mountains that make up the Sierra de Tramontana.
The Royal Charterhouse of Valldemossa is the most emblematic building of this small mountain town located in the Sierra de Tramontana, in Mallorca. It is noted for its green neoclassical dome and for being the home of many artists, including the pianist Frédéric Chopin and the writers Rubén Darío, Miguel de Unamuno, Azorín, Jovellano, Santiago Rusiñol and the writer George Sand. In fact, during his stay at the Charterhouse, Frédéric Chopin composed Preludes Op.28, while his partner, George Sand -pseudonym of Amandine- wrote the internationally famous book A Winter in Mallorca. Valldemossa was a great inspiration for the pianist and the novelist if we taking account that they only spent 95 days in the Mallorcan paradise. The Valldemossa Charterhouse complex consists of the Palace of King Sancho and the concert hall, the Church of the Charterhouse, the old monastic pharmacy, the museum of Frédéric Chopin and George Sand and the Municipal Museum of Valldemossa, divided into four sections: An exhibition of the old Guasp printing press, one of the best preserved in Europe, and a collection of 1590 woodcut matrices from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries; a room dedicated to Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria; a room of works by painters who were inspired by this part of the island, the Serra de Tramuntana and, finally, a collection of Contemporary Art.
Saint Catherine Thomas, is known as the blessed although in reality she is canonized. Born in the 16th century in Valldemossa, she is the patron saint of this municipality and her birthplace is still preserved, now converted into a chapel in her honour. This chapel is located in front of the Church of San Bartolomé. Santa Catalina Thomás is the most revered saint in Mallorca since she was the first Mallorcan saint. Her remains remain intact in the Convent of Santa Magdalena, in Palma, where she entered at the age of 21. Several miracles are attributed to her the appearance of saints and the experimentation of the greatest ecstasy in history (21 days). Thus, she was beatified in 1792 and sanctified in 1930. In her birthplace you will find an image of the saint and a small altar and, walking through the town, you will see that the houses have some small tiles of the blessed as well as various elements that allude to her, such as the fountain and the Molinet de la Beateta.
The church of San Bartolomé or Sant Bartomeu is a 13th-century construction that bears the name of the patron saint of Valldemossa. This Gothic-style parish church with a neoclassical bell tower is open to its parishioners and the general public. You can enter during the day to admire its white vault, its rose window and its paintings.
In the rainiest months, this Deià waterfall gushes out.from the Camino des Racó.
The Deià cemetery is located in one of the highest areas of this municipality in the Sierra de Tramuntana. It has the most fabulous views of the sea , numerous artists are buried there., among them, Robert Graves, the famous British novelist who fell in love with Mallorca and was a resident of Deià for years.
The St. John the Baptist church is located in the mountain municipality of Deià, in Mallorca. Its construction dates back to the 14th century although it was rebuilt in the 18th century after a fire. This stone parish church has a single nave and a barrel vault. Although quite simple, its location on one of the highest points of Deià gives it spectacular views of the Sierra de Tramuntana and the sea. Attached to the Church of St. John the Baptist is the cemetery of Deià and a defense tower converted into a bell tower of the parish in the 16th century..
The viewpoint of the cannons is located in the municipality of Deià, a mountain town in Mallorca. It is called that because it is guarded by two cannons that point to magnificent panoramic views of the Sierra de Tramontana.
The Sa Foradada viewpoint belongs to the municipality of Deià. From here there are magnificent views of Sa Foradada (the holey one in English), a small peninsula with a hole in the middle of the rock and splendid sunsets. At the viewpoint there is a small beach bar where you can have a drink while enjoying one of the most beautiful sunsets in Mallorca.
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