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Mallorca: Sea and Mountain Full-Day Tour

1. Mallorca: Sea and Mountain Full-Day Tour

Travel along the magnificent west coast of Mallorca and experience dreamlike views of the mountains and cliffs on this full-day trip. Visit the charming towns of Sóller, Deià, and Valldemossa and receive impressive panoramic views at the Son Marroig viewpoint. Visit the colorful town of Sóller, considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, surrounded by a valley of orange trees. Stroll the historic streets or have orange juice on one of the terraces. Next, move on to Deià, a charming little town located in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, between the sea and the mountains, which has been a corner of many painters and artists. On the way to Valldemossa, you cannot miss the photo stop at Son Marroig, a wide viewpoint facing the Mediterranean Sea. Get spectacular views and contemplate Sa Foradada, the popular rocky peninsula with a hole. Finally, discover the picturesque town of Valldemossa. Wander around the traditional stone streets and houses decorated with plants and flowers, visit a cafeteria or a bakery to try the famous "Coca de Patata" before returning to your accommodation.

Mallorca: Carthusian Monastery Valldemossa Entrance Ticket

2. Mallorca: Carthusian Monastery Valldemossa Entrance Ticket

Visit the Carthusian Monastery of Valldemossa, located only a short drive away from Palma. See the 14th-century palace of a king and a beautiful church with frescos of Bayeu, the brother in law of Goya. Walk down a long, white-arched corridor leading to different cells that the monks inhabited for 400 years to find peace and rest. Wander through the beautiful gardens and terraces with some of the most astonishing views of the valley. Look inside an old pharmacy with its ancient pots and medicines. Peruse the second most important private collection in the world of Chopin and George Sand, with original manuscripts, play scores, personal artifacts, and paintings that recall their stay here in 1838. Browse an art collection of some of the greatest modern Spanish and local artists, including Miró, who also found inspiration in this part of the island. Explore another incredible collection of the Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria, cousin of Empress Sissi, who came to Mallorca with his steamship and fell in love with this part of the island. Don't miss the 15-minute piano recitals that take place every day at 10:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 1:15 PM, and 2:15 PM. Learn more about the monastery's history with an audio and visual guide, that can be downloaded as an app onto your smartphone or tablet. Once downloaded, you will receive visual and audio information each time you move close to the "Beacons" or transmitters that can be found around the Valldemossa Carthusian Monastery. Stroll around the exhibits at your own rhythm, which usually takes about an hour to complete. Feel connected to the past and happy that your purchase of a ticket is helping preserve this heritage site for future generations.

Mallorca: Serra de Tramuntana Hidden Marvels Tour

3. Mallorca: Serra de Tramuntana Hidden Marvels Tour

Travel through the history, culture, and cuisine of Mallorca on this tour, accompanied by a local guide. After getting picked up from your hotel, begin your journey along the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your first stop will be the Hermitage of Valldemossa, a fascinating chapel where you can admire panoramic views of the area. Enjoy a short 10-minute walk to reach the chapel and be rewarded for your efforts with a sample of freshly-baked ensaimada, a traditional Mallorcan desert. Then, leave Valldemossa behind and head to the Miramar Monastery, a monastery which was converted into a summer house for Archduke Luis Salvador and his illustrious guests. First, visit the old mill, before continuing to the Archduke's living residence. Here, admire extravagant interiors and discover legends of the impressive Byzantine Gardens as you admire the views of the sea. Finish your tour of the monastery with a sample of Quelitas crackers with cheese, a daily delicacy for most Mallorcans. Finally, head to the Sóller Olive Oil Mill, located in a traditional Mallorcan house. Enjoy a private tour of the premises from one of the owners, learn about the family business and the olive oil production process, as well as orange harvesting. End the day with a traditional Mallorcan lunch of "pa amb oli", including local rustic bread, tomatoes, olives, cheese, ham, and olive oil. For dessert, enjoy a Gató, a typical almond cake from the island. Sip on wine, water, and delicious freshly squeezed orange juice as you savor your lunch before heading back to your hotel.

Palma and Valldemossa: Guided Tour with Hotel Pickup

4. Palma and Valldemossa: Guided Tour with Hotel Pickup

Hop aboard the bus for this fascinating tour, including pickup service, and travel to Palma de Mallorca, undoubtedly an exceptional historical city and a must for anyone traveling to this island. As you travel the island, a documentary film about Mallorca will also be available aboard the bus. This is available in five languages to help you learn about Mallorca’s history and traditions.   Explore the Palma de Mallorca's stunning bay, Catherdral of La Seu, and other beautiful sites around the old town. You can enjoy shopping, visit museums, explore art galleries, and discover local markets.   Enjoy some time visiting Palma on your own and then continue onward to discover the town of Valldemossa, a charming village located in Serra de Tramuntana and a UNESCO World Heritage. This is a must-see for any trip to Mallorca.  

Palma, Cathedral & Valldemossa: Guided walking Tour

5. Palma, Cathedral & Valldemossa: Guided walking Tour

Discover the history along with the most emblematic sites in the center of Palma on a 60-minute guided walking tour. Depart from Parc de la Mar and all the major historical spots in the unique city of Palma. Get amazed by the beauty of the statue of the Mallorcan slinger, a bronze sculpture located in the beautiful gardens of S'Hort del Rei, gardens of medieval origin. You will learn about the history of the Torre dels Caps (tower of heads), which owes its name to the sinister fact that the executed heads of the persons were hung there as a public warning in the Middle Ages. The current tower stands in the Palacio Real de La Almudaina. Next, you can explore narrow streets of the historic center and other places such as the Plaza de la Reina, the Parliament, or the Plaza de Cort. With the help of an expert guide know about the typical "Mallorcan patio" of a manor house. Admire the stunning beauty of the Cathedral of Mallorca, which dominates the Bay of Palma and is an icon of the island's historical and cultural heritage. Get a guided tour of the Cathedral and explore various places like San Sebastián Altar, Gate Puerta Mayor, Central Nave, Rose window, San Bernat Altar (Rubió i Bellver), Bishop Torrella Tomb, Organ,Main Altar (Gaudí), and theAltar of the Blessed Sacrament (Miquel Barceló). Depart to the picturesque town of Valldemossa, in the Serra de Tramuntana, a World Heritage Site. Once there, visit the best-known places in Valldemossa such as the Cartuja Gardens, the Plaza Mayor, the Mirador des Lledoners and the Palacio Rei Don Sancho façade.

Mallorca: Tramuntana Mountains Tour with Local Guide & Lunch

6. Mallorca: Tramuntana Mountains Tour with Local Guide & Lunch

Explore little-known places in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Serra de Tramuntana on this tour with a local guide and local lunch. Enjoy the option for transportation or take your own car and listen to commentary through a system of portable radios. Start with pickup directly from your hotel or start inside your own car if choosing the self-drive tour options. Buckle up and prepare for an action-packed day with several stops to discover the food, culture, and natural beauty of Mallorca. First, visit the hermitage in Valldemossa and sample a delicious local pastry. If driving your own car, the radios are easy to use and allow all the vehicles to interact with each other. Continue to Miramar Monastery to admire its Byzantine gardens, then try salt cookies with cheese. Next, visit a family-run olive oil mill in Sóller to learn about the production of olive oil. The tour finishes in Sóller with a traditional lunch of bread with tomatoes, olive oil, jam, cheese, and olives. Wine, water, orange juice, and a dessert of almond cake are included.

Tramuntana Panorama Tour - Soller, Deiá, Valldemossa

7. 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.

Valldemossa: Guided Walking Tour with Transfer from Palma

8. Valldemossa: Guided Walking Tour with Transfer from Palma

On this guided walking tour, discover the beautiful village of Valldemossa, which is located in the Tramuntana mountain range. This town, which is listed as a World Heritage Site, is considered one of the most beautiful towns in all the Balearic Islands. Learn about and see the most important sites of Valldemossa, including the Cartuja Gardens, the Plaza Mayor, the Mirador des Lledoners, and the Palacio Rei Don Sancho façade. Spend the hour wandering around the traditional stone streets, and be sure to try the famous "Coca de patata," the most typical pastry from Valldemossa.

Mallorca: Soller Port and Valldemossa

9. Mallorca: Soller Port and Valldemossa

Explore the most beautiful town of the Sierra de Tramuntana in Valldemossa. Learn the history and secrets of this place and visit the main points of interest with your informative guide.  Enjoy free time discover the port of Soller. This beautiful natural port is situated in the Sierra de Tramuntana. A little treasure coveted in the corsairs offering irreplaceable scenery and mixing the perfume of orange blossom and the aroma of the sea. 

Palma de Mallorca: Palma Tour and Valldemossa Visit

10. Palma de Mallorca: Palma Tour and Valldemossa Visit

Take a walking tour around Palma and visit the picturesque town of Valldemossa with a local guide. Learn the history and culture of the region as you visit its important sites and see brilliant architecture. Departing from Parc de la Mar, begin a 1-hour guided walking tour to discover the most emblematic sites in the center of Palma. Learn about the city's history while admiring the statue of the Mallorcan slinger in the beautiful gardens of S'Hort del Rei. See where the original Torre dels Caps stood and hear about their sinister past. Be impressed by the current towers standing in the Palacio Real de La Almudaina. Explore the narrow streets of Palma's historic center and other places such as the Plaza de la Reina, the Parliament, or the Plaza de Cort, where the town hall is located. Visit a typical Mallorcan patio of a manor house and see the Cathedral of Mallorca, an icon of the island's historical and cultural heritage. After your tour in Palma, travel by bus to the picturesque town of Valldemossa, located in the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once there, visit the town's best-known places such as the Cartuja Gardens, the Plaza Mayor, the Mirador des Lledoners, and the Palacio Rei Don Sancho façade.

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What people are saying about Valldemossa

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 129 reviews

The pick up time was exact as mentioned, at our hotel. Birgit was our amazing tourguide for the day. We got to some amazing places we would never been at without this tour. Value for money is great. Thank you for this wonderfull day Birgit.

The tour through the Tramuntana mountains was simply fantastic. Our guide Birgit could not have done better. You get absolutely fantastic places with very authentic experiences and anecdotes including real Mallorcan delicacies. We recommend!

Perfectly organized. On time, very informative. Pleasant sequence of tour points, optimal duration for me. Palma, the cathedral and Valldemossa are must-sees. Very nice bus and absolutely good guide, 5* for Chris

Thank you very much! it was a beautiful journey. The guide lady is full of heart and attentive to the driver is professional and careful. the best choice during a vacation.

Excellent guide, excellent tour, even my teenage daughter loved it. We recommend!