Licence number: AG/159Bunyola is a small town in the northwest of Mallorca, rich in natural resources and cultural assets, with a very varied landscape, with the northern mountainous part and the southern part extending to the plains of Palma with its olive groves.
A day trip on the historic Red Light Rail from Palma to Bunyola is an experience. The route leads past orchards, pine forests and sheep pastures. The terminus of this rail link is Port de Sóller.
The place consists of two streets. One leads through the village into the mountains to Orient and Alaró. The other road connects Bunyola with Santa Maria. The centre of the village is the church square with its cafes, bars and restaurants. Here the two roads intersect.
About 3 km north of Bunyola, perhaps the most beautiful gardens in Mallorca - Jardins d'Alfàbia- with its manor house await your visit. Water channels lead through a jungle of various trees, exotic plants and flowering shrubs. Dating back to the 14th and 15th centuries, this manor house displays many antiques and period furniture from this period.
The northwest of Mallorca is formed by the famous Tramuntana mountains and shows its visitors another, rough and at the same time idyllic side of the island. This area is known for its varied hiking trails, from easy walks like Esporles to Banyalbufar on the postal route, to challenging routes, where you'll find everything your hiking heart desires.
The Puig de Massanella represents the highest reachable point of the island, the Puig Major is actually the highest mountain of the mountain range.
But there is not only a breathtaking mountain landscape in the northwest - in the mountains themselves are three of the most popular and famous places on the island: Sóller, Valldemossa and Deía. Sóller is known for its delicious oranges and the old wooden tram that will take you to Palma or to Port de Sóller. Valldemossa is the village of Chopin and George Sand, who immortalized their memoirs of life in Valldemossa in the book ""A Winter in Mallorca"". And in Deía the British writer Robert von Ranke-Graves lived for many years. In the midst of the mountains, surrounded by nature and mountain goats, visit the places with their museums and their rich culture and history.
You also do not look for beaches here in vain - in Port de Sóller you will find a beautiful bay with a sandy beach, Cala Deía offers no fine sand, but a small quaint bay and so there are other small, almost secret bays, where you can go swimming. Overall, the northwest is like the sleepy Mallorca, which could keep its typical charm by the separation of the mountains to the rest of the island.* Source: elephant10.com - information provided without guaranteeIf there are no prices established for the desired travel period, please contact us.
Please note that you may be required to pay the tourist tax upon your arrival. The amount can range between 0,25 € and 2,00 € (+10% IVA) per person and night.
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