Hiking Tour Puig de sa Creu, puig de s´Ermita, Font de s´Hort de Dalt y Mirador de Caimari.
We start the tour and finish in Caimari. We pass through the recreational area Es Fornassos, Sa Bassa, the Puig de s´Ermita, the Mirador de s´Esquena de s´Ermita, the Puig de sa Creu, the fountain of s´Hort de Salt, the Camí dels Horts and the Caimari viewpoint.
The excursion from the landscape point of view in formidable. From the top of the puig de sa Creu we can see the villages of Caimari, Selva, Inca, Binissalem, Biniamar ..., and recreations with the vision of the Puig de Massanella, the puig de n´Ali and others. It is also worth stopping at the s´Esquena de s´Ermita viewpoint to contemplate the Pla de Mallorca and the bays of Pollença and Alcudia in the background. Special mention deserves the viewpoint of Caimari, a privileged place to contemplate Caimari and the Pla de Mallorca.
It is a circular route, with a duration of a little more than 4 hours. The gain and loss of altitude is about 537 m. Along the route we will find flat sections, false plains and strong unevenness.
Plaza Peregrins, 1, 07315 Lluc,
People who likes to experience the beauty of Serra de Tramuntana can't miss this hike. It's 5 miles long and it will take around 2 hours. On the way to route you can enjoy the stunning views of valleys and surrounding villages.
In Lluc, the faithful will rediscovery the distinctive identity of our local Church, whilst non-believers can find the origins of the Mallorcan people, because Lluc is more than a sanctuary, it is a secular national symbol.
Playa de Alcudia, Carrer de Minerva, Port d'Alcúdia, Spain
Playa de Alcúdia is the largest beach of all the Balearic islands thanks to its 7 kilometres of sand. Nowadays, it boasts a wide range of facilities from beach bars and restaurants to watersports, public toilets, showers, car parks, sunbeds, parasols and even WiFi connection.
The beach can be divided into two sections. The first half, from Port d'Alcúdia to Ciudad Blanca, is where most of the facilities and services are located. Further up the Bay of Alcúdia, as you head towards Playa de Muro, it is easier to find quieter spots.
This beach's popularity with families is clearly because of the safe shallow waters that make it ideal for children to play in. The clear turquoise sea is a delight to swim in (you may have to walk some distance for deeper water), or to watch from the comfort of your sun lounger.
7 km of white sand beach to choose from, and the average depth of the beach is a staggering 80 metres, unusual for Mallorca! The beach has wooden walkways at the back of the beach to allow for easier access for the disabled and for pushchairs.
A number of boat trips start from here, these range from gentle half-day cruises to full-on diving expeditions. There are also companies renting pedalos, banana boats, ringos and other fun activities on the beach, as well as diving centres nearby.
The island enjoys an ideal location and climate for a wide wine production of both reds, whites and pinks. Also on the island there are numerous wineries specialized in organic production, that is, they respect the environment and care about the conservation of the Mallorcan land during the manufacturing and bottling process of its wines. Both these and other Mallorcan wines have been, on many occasions, rewarded with important international awards of great importance, which highlights the quality of island production.
-Celler Tianna Negre (Sencelles)
-Bogeda Ramanyà (Sta Maria)
-Bodegas Macià Batle (Sta Maria)
-Bodegas Jose Luís Ferrer (Binissalem)
Weekly local market
Every Monday there is a local market in the village.
The markets of Mallorca are excellent for buying fruit, vegetables and local products such as the sobrasada of Mallorca. There are also usually crafts, handmade jewelry, accessories and clothing. Live a unique experience, whether you live here or just come to spend a few days. Remember that you will find them in the main square of each town.
In Selva is held every Wednesday and in Inca every Thursday.
Catedral De Palma, Plaça de la Seu, Palma, Spain
Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca (La Seu)
The Palma Cathedral is the symbol of the city and bishop. It was built at exactly the place where the Arabian main mosque stood during the time of the Moors. After the liberation of Majorca from the Moors in 1230, King Jaume I laid the first stone of the church, but the cathedral was completed only 400 years later. Although, in 1587 the construction of the nave was completed and 14 years later consecrated the main portal but the entire structure was completed only in the 19th century. Today we have a building that is one of the most valuable gothic buildings in Spain. The locals call them simply “La Seu” – the bishop’s seat.
It is a popular photo motive, main attraction and bishop´s see of Mallorca: the Palma Cathedral, also called “La Seu” or “Cathedral of Light”. The Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca has a long history and its construction took 400 years. Today it not only the place for religious locals but also thousands of tourists visit the building and join guided tours on the rooftops.
A typical old Mediterranean town, Soller is made up of narrow streets lined with traditional style residential townhouses with the famous green Mallorcan shutters. The main square, Plaça Constitució, has plenty of cafes where you can enjoy a fresh orange juice or coffee, and the area comes alive on Saturdays when the local market takes place. Culture vultures come from far and wide to travel to Soller as it is a place rich in history, full of beautiful architecture and museums. It is also a town that hosts many traditional Mallorcan fairs and festivals throughout the year.
Coves de Campanet, Cami de SES Coves, Campanet, Spain
Coves de Campanet
The Coves de Campanet are caves located on the southern slope of the Puig de Sant Miquel, in the Tramontana mountain range, north of the island of Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, in Spain. They have an approximate area of 3,200 m² and a route close to 400 m. They develop at an average of 50 m below the surface of the land and create a vacuum of about 16,000 m3. Your visit, lasting about 40 minutes, runs through different galleries and rooms, some of which have small accumulations of water. These rooms have such suggestive names as: romantic room (romantic room), lake room (llac room), enchanted castle (castell charming), palm tree room (palm tree room) or sound waterfall (sound waterfall), between others.
The caves stand out for the fineness and richness of their calcareous deposits in the form of stalactites and stalagmites.
Sa Calobra, Escorca, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Sa Calobra - Torrent de Pareis
Sa Calobra is a place in the Sierra de Tramuntana where the sea, cliffs and forest come together to shape a spectacular natural landscape that will surely impress you. If you are in Mallorca, going to Sa Calobra is a must-see excursion that you cannot miss. To get there you have two options, by road or by boat. The road that takes you is the PM-214-1, which you can access from the town of Sóller or from Lluc. It is a narrow, 14-kilometer mountain road full of curves, one of which is 360 degrees and is known as a tie knot, impressive! Apart from the curves, the road offers you very interesting panoramic views of the Sierra de Tramuntana.
The really interesting and spectacular thing about this place is the Torrente de Pareis. From the Sa Calobra beach there is a pedestrian promenade of about 300 meters in length, which runs alongside two cliffs, and which after going through a narrow tunnel will take you to the mouth of the Torrente de Pareis. Between the mouth of the stream and the sea there is a small and picturesque pebble beach, flanked by two huge cliffs that make up a landscape with a special charm.