Luxury Villas Mallorca suggest some of the following visits
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Places of interest


Cap de Formentor – The most notherly point of the island, jutting just 9 miles out from the bay of Pollença. The scenery is spectacular with 1000ft cliffs plummeting into the blue waters of the Mediterranean. The internationally famed 5 star hotel Formentor is a hideaway spot for the rich and famous, visited by people such as Agatha Christie and Princess Grace of Monaco, has a beautiful white sandy beach that you can visit by car or by a little ferry boat from Puerto Pollença. For the ultimate drive continue to the very tip of the peninsula and experience the breathtaking views from the lighthouse – on a clear day it is even possible to see the island of Menorca. It is worth mentioning that these are typical winding mountain roads and it may be wise to think twice if you are a nervous driver.

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Lluc Monastery – The Monastery was founded in the 13th Century and is situated 1300ft above sea level, surrounded by mountains.

This recently restored building is a place of pilmgrimage and medication and is home to a beautiful bejewelled Madonna and Child.


Pollença Village – Pollença is a market garden village situated 6km from the coast. Crossing the Roman Bridge into the town takes you into the centre where you will find the Cypress lined Calvari steps, one for each day of the year. At the top is a small 18th century chapel from where there are fantastic views of Puerto Pollença and Alcudia. The Puig Maria Monastery also has marvellous views at the top. The walk up takes approx 45 minutes to the top and you can have lunch there or a coffee with ''Hierbas'' liquer whilst you recover.


Cala San Vicente – This is a very popular resort visited by many tourists each year and was once a peaceful fishing community. Nestled at the foot by the Hotel Don Pedro and then if you drive round the headland you will come to the second bay, Cala Molins with lovely clear waters popular for snorkelling and swimming.

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Porto Cristo – Once a small fishing village, now grown into a sophisticated holiday resort but still retraining its original charm and character, Port Cristo is situated on the east coast of the island. A visit to Mallorca is not completed without a visit to the world famous ''Caves of Drach'' where you will be overwhelmed by the rock formations of stalactites and stalagmites, the amazing lightening and the enchanting concert that takes place of the underground lake. There is an entrance fee payable locally.

Santanyí – Santanyí has markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays, held in a central square with mellow, golden stone buildings dominated by the magnificent church which has a tranquil, authentically Spanish atmosphere and a few small bars and restaurant. Nearby, Cala Santanyí has one of the larger beaches in this lovely area with safe bathing, water sports and plenty of activity to keep children smiling.


Palma – Palma is a wonderful, vibrant Catalan city with stunning architecture, good shopping, and impressive Cathedral and Belver Castle.

Palma is a Mecca for anyone who enjoys shopping and has by far the best shopping on the island.


Valldemossa – This picturesque town is just 200km from Palma and its the most dominant feature is the Carthsian Monastery called La Cartuja. This was the home to French Authoress George Sands and her polish lover Frederic Chopin, during the winter in 1838. She wrote the book ''Winter in Mallorca'' whilst staying here which describes the unhappy times she endured here. Whereas Chopin produced some of his finest compositions, such as ''Raindrop Prelude'' and inside the monastery the original manuscripts of his work are displayed, together with the piano he used to work on. You could visit the Costanord cultural centre founded and supported by Michael Douglas to promote the Tramuntana area of Mallorca.


Soller – A very pleasant small town set in the fertile valley of citrus groves between the mountains and the sea. The main square is worth a visit, Plaça Constitució and the church with its modernist façade. There is an old fashioned open connecting tram which takes you to the Port of Soller.


Port Soller – A lovely seaside town where you can take boat trips to Sa Calobra and Sa Dragonera.


Botanicactus – Just outside Ses Salines, a quaint little village known for its salt, lies Europe's largest botanical garden, with over 12,000 Cacti to admire, a 10.000m2 lake and enormous humid gardens. Opens from 09.00 until 19.00hrs.



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