Five villages that you should not miss on your trip to Majorca

December 30, 2017
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Although the list should be much longer, we will talk about five of the towns that will leave you surprised when you visit the island.

This town, nestled between the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana, is a must for all those who have decided to travel to Majorca. Valldemossa is a town that maintains all the traditional charm and is careful with the greatest of care. The town is well known for the stay of the composer Frederic Chopin and the writer George Sand. Its unbeatable location, less than 20km away from Palma de Majorca, leaves no excuse for those who still hesitate to visit it. Take the opportunity to have a snack and try the traditional coca de patata (potato buns).

Located in the most northern area of ​​the island, Pollensa is a place not to be missed. Not only the town, but all the nearby areas, such as the Cap de Formentor or the nearby town of Alcúdia, founded by the Romans and one of the oldest in Majorca. The town of Pollensa has an aroma and a personality that captivates you.
Special mention deserves its port that, although it was originally a simple fishing port, now has become one of the most luxurious and exclusive ports in Majorca. Its long beaches of white sand and crystal clear turquoise waters will make you feel as if you were in the Caribbean.
For all the listed above, without doubt it is one of the most recommended areas to rent a villa in Majorca.

Located on the northwest coast of the island, Sóller is architecturally one of the most outstanding villages of Majorca. An ideal way to visit it is by arriving in the tourist train, with wooden wagons, which leaves from Palma. Once there, to know the area of ​​the port, there is a tram that makes a complete tour along the coast and the beach area.

This town, between the sea and the mountain, hides one of the most bohemian corners of the island. Deià is the town of artists, which is why it stands out for its art galleries as well as for its artisan shops, without renouncing the leisure in the least: paradisiacal beaches, exclusive shops, first class cafes and restaurants, etc.

Located a few kilometres from both Cala d'Or and Alcúdia, two perfect places to rent a house in Majorca, Capdepera is the town of stone. An identifying symbol of Capdepera is its walled castle, and not only this, but another symbol of the city is the nearby Artà caves. But not only there are rocks, Capdepera also stands out for its beaches, including Cala Ratjada, probably the most important.

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