Hidden Pearls in Majorca

Many people each year are directed to Majorca to find paradise on Earth, but very few enjoy completely all that the island has to offer during your stay. If you want to get away a little bit of the beach and discover a little more about this fascinating Spanish island on your next trip to Mallorca, renting a car may be your best option. Mallorca treasures corners hidden outside the traditional tourist circuits, whose visit will enrich your experience on the island. For example, a historical 16th century mill is located in the Valley of Soller. This press for the extraction of olive oil still used traditional mill wheels and hydraulic presses to extract oil from the famous olive trees on the island. Visit the Ca olive oil Almazara n Det will transport you in time, especially because those who operate it today are descendants of former owners. Another historical wonder is the railway line from Palma to Soller, which seems to come from a tale of Agatha Christie or another writer’s principles of the 20th century.

The route offers emotions for the whole family: kids enjoy 13 tunnels that passes the train, while parents rest is comfortably in traditional leather seats to enjoy the wonderful landscape. At the end of the tour you will find the charming town of Soller, compulsory visit. If you decide to hire the service of car rental in Mallorca, you won’t have to go by train to visit lesser-known as the Alfabia gardens destinations. In this little paradise you will find all kinds of tropical plants and surprising sources of water, the perfect place to stroll leisurely among olive groves and orange groves. Once there, surely you wonder why more people have not discovered this little hidden oasis. But if you want to enjoy Mallorca nature in all its splendor, your ideal destination is the Natural Park of the Llevant Peninsula, with its 1500 has. mountains, Palm trees, hidden beaches and grazing land.

Although it may take you a little time to get there, the peace and the fascinating landscapes you will find well worth the trip. Another way of living Mallorca in a different way, beyond of the typical landscapes of beach that adorn the tourist brochures, is stay away from the resorts and stay overnight in more traditional places like the town of Deia (Deya in catalan), located just 30 minutes from Palma by car. This city was the place in the world of the British poet Robert Graves, who inspired many artists to move there during the 1950s and create a truly Bohemian atmosphere. Online consultation numerous season offers for rental cars in Spain and get ready to live an unforgettable holiday in Mallorca, visiting small charming places that remain among the most memorable memories of your trip.