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Valldemossa and Soller

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Come discover the gorgeous towns of Valldemossa and Sóller in the Tramontana valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site as an area of great physical and cultural significance. We will first visit the beautiful, natural coasts of the Puerto de Sóller where we can spend some hours exploring the ins and outs of the Mallorquin port town. 

Then we’ll head into the foothills to visit Valldemossa through the coastal highway where we’ll enjoy free time to explore the historic streets, boutique stores, and the old town where musician Federico Chopin and writer George Sand lived during their love affair one winter.

Don’t miss out on a visit to Cartuja or Costa Nord to try the famous Cocas de Patatas, to be eaten with a side a hot chocolate and maybe even a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Available: May-October.


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