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Mallorca: Island Tour w/ Boat & Train Ride from North & East

1. Mallorca: Island Tour w/ Boat & Train Ride from North & East

Discover the mountains, cliffs, and coastline of northwest Mallorca. Take a panoramic tour, with stretches by bus, train, tram, and boat. Explore the island by land and sea to enjoy the stunning landscapes of the island. Enjoy pickup from Port de Pollença, Cala Sant Vicenç, Can Picafort, Port d'Alcúdia, Cala Millor, Cala Mesquida, Cala Ratjada, Cales de Mallorca, Colònia de Sant Jordi, or Cala d'Or. After pickup, the bus will take you to Palma to take the vintage train to Sóller. Ride in the wooden carriages along the railway line through the Valley of Sóller. Travel through the Alfabia Mountains, passing olive and orange trees, over several bridges and a famous viaduct. Then take a local tram to Sóller Harbor. Board a boat and cruise along the stunning coastline. Admire the wonderful views of the port and cliffs, dotted with villas, pine trees, and olive groves. Continue to Sa Calobra and visit the Torrent de Pareis. After admiring this natural wonder, the bus will take you back to your original departure point.

Valldemossa and Soller: Day Tour with Tram and Bus

2. Valldemossa and Soller: Day Tour with Tram and Bus

Spend a full day exploring northern Mallorca with a visit to the Soller Valley and Valldemossa. Begin by driving to the mountains of Soller Valley and then taking a walk to the train station where you will see an exhibition featuring ceramics from Picasso and paintings from Miro. Walk around Soller, admiring the main square, the modernist façade of the church, and the house of Can Prunera. Take the Tren Sóller historic train to the Port of Soller where you will learn about its history, then enjoy free time to get lunch somewhere in the area. Continue along mountain roads, passing the Llucalcari, Deia, and La Foradada, stopping along the way for photos. Finally, arrive in the village of Valldemossa for an 80-minute visit. Consider seeing the Carthusian Monastery, or taking a break for coffee, before beginning your return trip.

Tramuntana Panorama Tour - Soller, Deiá, Valldemossa

3. Tramuntana Panorama Tour - Soller, Deiá, Valldemossa

Visit Soller, in the middle of the so called Golden Valley of Soller due to its plantations of oranges and Olive trees. Visit the town with its incredible Modernist houses and its general authentic flair. Experience not just the cultural but the culinary; taste orange ice cream at the world-famous "Fet-a-Sóller" cooperative. Then continue to the Port of Soller and stroll along the beautiful beach promenade of this idyllic port town, stop in a cozy restaurant and indulge in a delicious tapas meal. Then enjoy the comfortable minibus ride through the breathtaking panoramic stretch of the Tramuntana Mountains to the artists' colony of Deía. Climb to the highest point of the town and experience a sensational view over the heights of the Tramuntana Mountains, to the picturesque valleys, past the coast and over the sea. Continue to Valdemossa past a mighty forest of holm oaks and wander the idyllic little town. Visit the excellent museum of the painter Josep Coll Bardolet and see the famous Carthusian cloister where Chopin lived and worked and enjoy a coffee in one of the nice bars of the village. Enjoy free time to explore on your own amidst the beautiful homes surrounded by Mediterranean gardens full of orange and lemon trees.

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What people are saying about Port de Sóller

I've had an amazing day! It is a really long day but you see a lot of the island, which is nice. So many beautiful things to see. Pedro was a great tour guide! The only thing they could have skipped, for me, was the boat. First of all. You can sit 'upstairs' and 'downstairs'. I sat downstairs on the right. And I didn't see anything but ocean. And the sea was so wild, a lot of people were sick, including me. So that was a little bummer. But everything was well taken care of !

Easy to book before we left. Clear instructions about pick up point. Coach travel amazingly skilled around mountain hair pin bends. Kept to times with multi lingual guide providing very clear commentary and guidance. Opted for meal arranged by guide (additional cost) - really good meal with lovely wine. Enjoyed boat trip and tram and train.

Great trip. Brilliant guide (Ariana) - took great care of us and was very informative. Information presented in English, German and French. Take a swimming costume and a packed lunch as you can swim instead of eating at a restaurant.

Great experience with beautiful moments. The tour brought us closer to the island of Mallorca and we can only warmly recommend this excursion. Mfg NG

Adriana and driver Simone were outstanding. The tour of Mallorca was superb and well worth the money.