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ValldemossaThis small Mallorcan village has narrow streets and cobbled alleys. It is perched high up in the mountains and offers breathtaking views of the surroundings.

There is also a 13th centuryThere are also beautiful gardens where you can take a walk. The Cartuja de Valldemossaor Cartuja in Spanish, is a abbey older.

The abbey is open every day except Sunday in the low season (October to March). The entrance fee for adults is about 10 euros. The official website of the Chartreuse has a calendar of visits and you can buy your tickets there.

The charm of this small village lies in all this. It is also a tourist attraction because it is not far from Palma de Majorca.

You will find bars, restaurants, ice cream parlours and souvenir shops all around Valldemossa. It is far from the mass tourism of the east coast.

The pretty little village of Valldemossa

You can visit Valldemossa by taking a leisurely stroll, according to your interests.

You will start by walking along the Via Blanquerna which is the main street of historic centre. You will find many shops and cafes. Afterwards, wander through the adjacent streets and try to get lost in the most authentic, colourful and narrow streets. Carrer de Na Buger and Canto del Monjo are two of the prettiest.

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Many of them are lined with beautiful green plants, which create a romantic atmosphere. Green shutters and facades ochre Valldemossa's light-coloured streets and squares are charming. It is difficult not to fall under their spell. To explore all the corners of the town, it takes about two hours.

Valldemossa, a must for hiking enthusiasts

The village of Valldemossa, located on the legendary GR 221This is a must for hikers. It crosses the Serra de Tramuntana from west to east. The section from Valldemossa to Deia is one of the most beautiful on the route. Walking with wild goats in a beautiful landscape is a common experience. In addition to the GR221, there are many hiking opportunities in the immediate vicinity of Valldemossa. In particular, the Carrer de les Oliveres is the starting point for many well-marked trails.

Two trails with breathtaking views of the highest peaks in Valldemossa are easily accessible: the Cami de Ses Basses (100 m ascent - about 1 km walk towards Deia) or the path Mola de Sa Comuna(approx. 270 m ascent - 1.4 km walk from Carrer de les Oliveres in the direction of d'Esporles).

Discover the beaches of Valldemossa

The beautiful beaches and bays of the Majorcan coast invite you to spend a day at the beach. You can relax in the sun, or read a book by the Mediterranean. Or simply listen to the waves. The water is crystal clear and invites you to swimming and others water sports. The larger beaches, especially those that are more extensive, are perfect for this. Playa de Muro (45 km) and Es Trenc (40 km) offer a variety of activities, including boat rental and sailing boats, sailing, surfing, diving and even boat hire. We will be happy to advise you and recommend the ideal beach for you. Do you prefer quiet, private bays? You'll find those in Valldemossa too. The nearest beaches and bays to the Mirabo Hotel in Valldemossa are Cala Deia (15 km) and Marina de Valldemossa (8 km). The bay of Puerto de Soller and the bay of Cala Falco are both 25 km from the hotel. You can enjoy the wonderful service of the water taxiThis allows you to explore the coast by boat and to disembark at selected restaurants.

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It is true that many visitors wish to stay at the hotel all day after their arrival, but don't miss the opportunity to see the beauty of the Mediterranean coast of Majorca. The peace and quiet and the birdsong make it a wonderful place to relax.

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