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Mancor de la Vall

There is a small town in Mallorca situated on the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana. The traditions of this picturesque town, have been influenced by forests, olive groves and agriculture; come discover Mancor de la Vall!

Pollensa

Pollensa town in the north of Mallorca offers lots of details and experiences to discover & try, fascinating surrounding areas, incredible restaurants and hotels plus lots of other surprises.

Estellencs

This unique village situated in the Tramuntana on Mallorca where mass tourism is absent, presents plenty of landscapes to discover including many hiking and cycling paths.

Soller

Considered to be a paradise for gourmet lovers and athletes, the town of Sóller is definitely one of the most suggestive in Mallorca.

Valldemossa

Situated in the Tramuntana mountaines, Valdemossa hides a rich cultural heritage worth to be discovered!

Playa Can Picafort

Sunbathe, snorkel, try a watersport or explore over 12km of coastline at the Playa Can Picafort where you'll experience the ultimate beach holiday!

Mancor de la Vall

There is a small town in Mallorca situated on the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana. The traditions of this picturesque town, have been influenced by forests, olive groves and agriculture; come discover Mancor de la Vall!

Palma Aquarium

Visitors take an adventure through the Mediterranean, Indian, Atlantic and Pacific oceans at the marine park, which features more than 8000 animals of 700 different species.

Reserva Galatzò

A 3,5 km-long loop road that winds past grottoes, waterfalls and a variety of wildlife is waiting for you at the Reserva Galatzó, a unique natural wonderland perfect for the youngest brave explorers.

Luna 36

Modern Mediterranean cuisine with a touch of Asia, based on local products, is on the menu at this welcoming restaurant in the centre of Sóller.

So Barca

Sunset dining at Sa Barca seafront restaurant in Port de Sóller is a real pleasure. This seaside favourite serves wonderfully fresh Mediterranean cuisine.

International Chopin Festival

In 1930, Mallorcan composer Joan Maria Thomas started the Chopin Festival. World-class performances taking place during August, in the grounds of the Carthusian Monastery.

centuries-old mock battle

Once a year in Sóller, the streets run amock with fighting (fake!) and noise. It happens on the Monday following the second Sunday in May and is quite a spectacle to behold.

Sóller, with its harbour and mountains offers variety year-round, explaining why so many artists and island aficionados have settled here. The properties on offer are varied, ranging from village cottages and villas with breathtaking views to rustic country fincas. Those who have taken the narrow winding road over the pass will remember the impressive moment when the orange valley suddenly appears below them. The stunning combination of mountains and sea, traditional houses with their sandy stone facades and the fertile land account for the magic of this place. It’s not without reason that the area around Sóller, with its mountains and harbour, and the northwest coast from Deià to Valldemossa ranges among the most sought-after and most expensive real estate locations on the island. It is not only the beauty of nature, however, that makes Sóller so attractive. There are multiple factors that influence the property market of this region.

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