Discover three Mallorcan treasures on our Best of both worlds shore excursion! In the comfort of your own private vehicle, you will explore the towns of Valldemossa, Deia and Soller, accompanied by both a professional driver and expert guide
You will be picked up from the port of Mallorca by your professional driver and expert guide and begin the 40 minutes’ drive towards the first stop of the tour – Valldemossa! Custom tailor the visit to your best interests – choose the pace and which sites to prioritize on your excursion!
First up you will visit the old but gold town of Valldemossa – a UNESCO World heritage site and the former home to Fryderyk Chopin and George Sand. Upon enjoying a panoramic drive along the Paseo Maritimo sea side, you’ll be taken for a guided tour of the Monastery where the great composer Chopin lived. There you will have the amazing opportunity to visit its gardens, pharmacy ( the oldest one in town), Prior room and Chopin’s former room. Following this, discover the King Sancho’s Palace – a place filled with an enchanting atmosphere given by the spectacular music performance of Chopin’s famous concert.
Hop back onto your private vehicle, and enjoy a glide along the Mallorcan territory! In just an hour ride, you will reach another Mallorcan gem – the town of Deia! Another small town mostly known for being the former home of the English writer Robert Graves. Prepare to be astounded by the millenary olive trees and the breathtaking cliffs of the North West Coast, from where you’ll be able to enjoy the most amazing views of the Mediterranean sea!
Lastly, you will pay a visit to the town of Soller. There you’ll have the chance to enjoy some free time to visit this beautiful old village, its architecture, amazing art nouveau buildings such as St Bartholomeu Church or the Soller bank at your own likes! Explore the town and encounter many attractions like: a small market, unique streets, an absolutely stunning scenery, an ice cream factory, and so much more! Upon finishing, you will be driven back to the port of Mallorca!