The perfect trip for a full island experience.
Visit Mallorca’s most dramatic scenery and beauty. Taste local specialties and discover his fine jewelry’s manufacturer tradition.
After leaving the port, a comfortable mini bus or car will drive you to this charming and fascinating town surrounded by citrus groves and spectacular art-nouveau buildings.
Colorful cafes, restaurants and bars offering inviting outdoor spaces, where you can watch the only working tram on the island journeying through orange and lemon trees to the suggestive harbor of Puerto Sóller.
Popular within hikers and walkers, Fornalutx’s architecture and breathtaking landscapes, inspired photographers and painters worldwide.
Here visitors can experience the traditional Majorcan way of life, as it was in the past century, before tourists started to populate the island.
This medieval style village, marked by ancient stone streets and fertile vegetation, received prizes and recognition for tourism and conservation.
Serra de Tramuntana
After a few kilometers on a curvy road through the magnificent sceneries of the Serra de Tramuntana, you will reach the imposing water reservoirs Cuber and Gorg Blau.
Grog Blau, which Catalan name means “blue lake”, it’s an artificial lake, beautifully situated between the slopes of the Puig Major and Puig de Massanella.
We then move to the Sanctuary of Lluc, founded in 1121 by Pfalzgraf Otto and part of the Diocese of Mallorca.
This monastery, with his beautiful inner courtyard, church and museum, has been run by the Missionaries of the Sacred Hearts since 1891.
Your trip follows the Vineyards regions where a number of local winemakers produce a wide diversity of wines that rival some of the best in the world and have won prestigious national and international prizes.
Take a visit of the wine cellars, where you’ll learn more about the traditional production methods and may enjoy a tasting of an excellent wine selection, matched with delicious local crusty bread, Majorcan paté and extra virgin olive oil.
Next, you’ll head inland through the beautiful villages of Sineu and Petra as you make your way toward the town of Manacor. There you will visit the factory and watch the manufacturing process of the famous Majorcan pearl factory.
While there are in Majorca a number of shops where you can buy pearls, on the factory you can buy it directly from the manufacturer.
Puig de Randa
Your last stop will lead to Puig de Randa, or Randa Hill, a 518m high mountain near Llucmajor.
Here you will find the monastery of Randa (Santuari de Nostra Dona de Cura) which history goes back more than 700 years. In early spring and late autumn this climb is a cyclist mecca, mainly for his spectacular 360º view over the island, from the North East located bay of Alcudia to the bay of Palma in South West.
After we will travel back to your cruise, through Randa, a small village connected to big names of Mallorca’s history, like Ramón Llull.