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Majorca is an island fantastic to be discovered driving a convertible. At this time we drive to the sanctuary of Cura, in the mountains of Randa, Llucmajor. Here Ramón Llull stayed before starting his long trip. We reach the Artá Caves, a geological miracle that has taken place over millennia. Petra, the village where Fray Juniper Serra was born in the XVIII century. A Franciscan monk who founded the city of San Francisco. We drive on the Serra de Tramuntana road. At the foot of Puig Major opens the valley of Sóller. From the tram you can enjoy outstanding views of the mountains. Puerto de Sóller is an idyllic place to drive a convertible. From there driving through the mountains we reach Lluc. The Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Lluc is an spiritual center. One of its main attractions is the Choir: els Blavets. We drive to the Roman City of Pollentia, through Pollença Bay coastline. The beauty of the landscapes that the writer Costa i Llobera loved. In ‘’El Calvari’’ in Pollença there is a staircase with 365 steps.From the top you can enjoy outstanding views. We stop in Valldemossa to visit the Royal Cartuja and later we keep on driving on our route to take a walk on the Alfàbia gardens. The mountains offer some of the most lovely scenery, and we stop at Miramar.

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