Valldemossa is one of the most characteristic villages of the north coast of Majorca. In Valldemossa you can visit monuments such as the Royal Cartuja and the King Sancho Palace, enjoy the mountain views or taste the delicious and typical potato kinks. Valldemossa is the first stop on our route by car from the city of Palma.

After visiting Valldemossa, we will continue our journey by road to Deià. Before reaching Deià we must take a detour to Banyalbufar and descend to the Port of Valldemossa, a beautiful village of fishermen who kept their original houses and a tiny cove of rounded edges. To enjoy a sunset from there is a must.

The road is not very good, but the landscape worth the effort. Once back, on the road to Deià again, we will go towards this majestic and charming village to enjoy its five miles of rugged coastline, from Cala Sa Foradada to Cala Deià and Llucalcari. The route offers outstanding views. Deià is a charming village of stone houses where the visitor will find fine restaurants, romantic shops and the opportunity to visit the estate of Son Marroig, one of the properties in which lived the Archduke Luis Salvador of Austria.


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