During the first part of the tour we will travel by coach from the East Coast to the Tramuntana Mountain Range which is a Unesco World Heritatge Site thanks to it's breathtaking landscape. There we will:
Enjoy the coach journey as you get to know better this beautiful area with the guides explanations about all the different points we will come across such as Lluc Monastery, the Puig Mayor, the Torrente de Pareis stream. During this part of the trip you will have the opportunity to see one of Europe's most spectacular roads, the one that leads to Sa Calobra. The road to Sa Calobra has a total of 13 kilometres and it was built in 1929 and as we go down it you will experience a unique view of the surroundings.
In Sa calobra you will have free time which you can use to explore the area. In this beautiful corner of Mallorca you can swim at the beach, take a stroll to the mouth of the Torrente de Pareis or just sit down, relax and enjoy the view. There are also a few restaurants where you can grab something to eat or have a coffee as you make the most out of this secluded paradise.
The next part of the tour begins as we board a modern boat for a 40 minute ride. This boat trip will take us from Sa Calobra to the Port of Soller, as we boarder the coast you will witness Mallorca's beauty in a way that will exceed your expectations. Observing from out at sea ancient defensive towers, coves, cliffs, marine caves, small islands is an image you will keep with you forever.
Once we arrive into the Port of Soller it will be time to take the Soller tram. The journey takes approximately 25 minutes and ends at Soller's classic railway station in Soller Town. During this ride we will go through orchards full of lemon and orange trees which is Soller's most famous landscape and the tram will take us straight through the town itself.
The highlight of this Mallorca Island Tour for many is the train ride. This experience will be the finishing touch that will make you fall completely in love with the island. You will board Soller's world famous wooden train which was built in 1912. The train crosses Soller's valley as it goes through various tunnels giving us priveledged views of the valley as we reach the town of Bunyola and we stop to get off at the Son Reus station. There our coach will be awaiting us to take us back to where we began the tour earlier in the day.