West coast tour through the valley of citrus fruits to Valldemossa
Get to know the absolutely breathtaking west coast of Majorca on the traces of the French-Polish pianist Frédéric Chopin.
- Sóller & Valldemossa tour - pick-up from the north - per adult (13+ yrs)36.-€
- Sóller & Valldemossa tour - pick-up from the north - per child (3-12 yrs)18.-€
Booking option: West coast tour to Sóller and Valldemossa
Look forward to an amazing full day trip from the north of Mallorca to the west coast with its picturesque mountain villages Valldemossa and Sóller! On the west coast tour in Mallorca, a comfortable bus takes you to the guided walking tour to Sóller. Afterwards you'll have some free time, for example to try the delicious orange icre cream and to relax in the absolutely stunning scenery, before you'll ride on the famous wooden tram of Sóller to Port de Sóller. Arriving there, you'll have approx. 1.5 hours of free time to stroll around the harbour or go to have lunch.
On the subsequent Sierra de Tramuntana round trip over the charming villages Llucalcari and Deiá, you also have the chance to see Sa Foradada, the famous, 14 m large hole in a rock at the steep west coast. Last station is the picturesque Valldemossa, where you'll have another 1 hour stay in order to visit the most beautiful sights of the typically Majorcan village, before the bus takes you back to the north.
- Duration: ~ 9 hours
- Hours: 8:45 AM - 6:00 PM
- Days: in April every Tuesday, from May till October every Tuesday and Saturday
- Months: April - October
- Languages: German, English, Spanish
- Pick-up included in the price from: Mallorca North (Alcúdia / Port d'Alcúdia, Playa de Muro, Port de Pollensa, Can Picafort)
- Transfer, professional guide, travel insurance, air-conditioned bus
- Sóller tram ride
Please bring along:
Snacks, backpack, camera, small travel pharmacy (just in case), drinks
Amazing full day trip to Valldemossa and Sóller
The tour to Sierra de Tramuntana starts in the north of Majorca, from where you'll be driving to the valley of Sóller. This village is famous for its oranges and lemons, but also as an artistic origin of the island. You'll arrive around 10:30 AM in Sóller and first head off to a relaxing city tour in Sóller, where the English-speaking guide will lead you to the most important sights of Sóller, such as the market place Can Prunera, the church and many more interesting sites. Follow the traces of Chopin in Majorca and discover this magical place at the west coast during this tour.
You'll also have time to relax and try the freshly made orange juice or the tasty orance icre cream - a must in the orange valley of Sóller at this tour. Art buffs have the possibility to visit the Picasso Ceramic Museum. Around noon, you'll drive with the famous wooden tram of Sóller to Port de Sóller. Arriving there, you'll have approx. 1.5 hours at your own disposal, for example to go for lunch or stroll around the marvellous harbour and enjoy the sunshine. Get enchanted by the mountain villages at the west coast tour!
From Port de Sóller, you'll go by bus on a further tour through the Tramuntana mountains, passing by the breathtaking places Llucalcari, Deia and the famous stop "Sa Foradada", where you can see the impressive, 14 m large hole in the rock from a fascinating view point. Keep your camera ready to take pictures of the stunning views over the west coast of Mallorca. The last stop of the day trip is the beautiful village Valldemossa. Here you can roam the quiet, Majorcan alleys with cobblestone pavement or you relax with a coffee in your hands while savouring the local delicacies. You'll stay approximately 1 hour in Valldemossa, before you return back to the north of the island. A great experience for everyone who wants to get to know the real Mallorca!
Valid on the reserved day or for 12 months after date of purchase if no date has been selected. You will receive the tour operator's details with the purchased ticket. Attention: reservation is required! The reservation can be made through sunbonoo as part of the booking process or later by contacting the tour operator directly via phone or email.
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