Things to do in Valldemossa

In just 43 square kilometres, the town of Valldemossa offers something that goes far beyond the usual combination of countryside and tradition and boasts such a wide variety of things to do that it's become a notable place of interest for fans of culture, both locals and tourists. Here we

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Four places in Valldemossa that should not be missed

In 2011 the Serra de Tramuntana was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in the category of Cultural Landscape. Nestling in this landscape, the town of Valldemossa stands out not only for its natural beauty and history but also for a number of sites that have enthralled both visitors

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Valldemossa: Five plans you can’t miss out on

Within the delights offered by Mallorca, Valldemossa boasts its own particular features. In addition to its privileged location in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, a whole series of factors (related to history, culture, nature and gastronomy, among others) make this village one of the most popular among visitors. Viewpoints, routes,

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A museum to be discovered: La Cartoixa de Valldemossa

La Cartoixa de Valldemossa is not the typical museum you can see in any travel guide or tips: it's a "museum-style space" with its own history brimming with fascinating events and characters. Here visitors have a unique chance to immerse themselves in one of the most magical places of the

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Five essential places to discover the history of Mallorca

It may be a small island, covering just 3,667 km2, but Mallorca is brimming with history. Strategically placed in the Mediterranean, its occupants - the Talaiotic people, Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Muslims, Christians - have all left their mark on the landscape over the centuries, with buildings and sites that invite

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Mallorca: much more than just sun, sea and sand

In recent years, the various measures implemented to extend Mallorca's tourism throughout the year with alternatives to the classic sun, sea and sand formula have enhanced the island's cultural and natural heritage. This firm commitment has diversified the type of people coming to the island as well as providing a

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A brief art appreciation tour of Mallorca

The island of Mallorca boasts a number of venues where art takes centre stage, displaying collections from an array of genres, artists and periods in history. This wide range of centres, together with the spectacular nature of the works they contain, mean that visits can be easily adapted to each

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