When you arrive in port in Palma de Mallorca, discover the beauty of the island on a private shore excursion. Enjoy panoramic views of the Mediterranean coast on the drive to Valldemossa, a beautiful village with traditional stone houses. See the coastal village of Deia and the Soller Valley, full of orange and olive trees. Wander around Port Soller, a popular seaside town, and sample local food (own expense). Take in views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Serra de Tramuntana, a mountain range parallel to the northwestern part of the island, while your cruise ship waits in the Palma de Mallorca port.
During this culinary tour in Palma de Mallorca, you will enjoy authentic local tastings while also discovering the city and its highlights. Wander around the vibrant Santa Catalina Market, the oldest food market in Palma. Explore the Old Town and spot architectural gems with Gaudi influences. Want to know what food to eat in Palma de Mallorca? Your local foodie has you covered! Try Pa Amb Oil with cheese or ham and the beloved Spanish Tortilla tapa, and discover Sobrasada, a Mallorquin specialty. And that’s just the beginning; there’s more food to come!This tour is more than just its tasty food samples; you will learn about Palma's culture and history through its food and your knowledgeable local host's stories. Fun and games will also be part of the plan, and you can be sure the whole family will be entertained, especially the little ones!This Palma de Mallorca food tour can be 100% personalized to match your family's preferences, diets, and allergies.
While you are in port in Palma de Mallorca, explore the villages of Valldemossa and Palma de Mallorca on a private shore excursion with a private guide. Marvel at the beautiful Mediterranean Sea as you drive along the northwest coast toward Valldemossa. Wander around this charming village, grab a coffee in one of the numerous cafes and enjoy views of the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed mountain range. Stop at Bellver Castle for stunning views of Palma, and stretch your legs on a walking tour of Palma. Walk past the Cathedral of Santa Maria (commonly known as La Seu), the Royal Palace of the Almudaina and the old fish market, before you return to your cruise ship.
There’s more to discover outside of Palma de Mallorca! Go on a scenic private day trip and explore more of Mallorca. From picturesque local villages, rural life, and vineyards with a touch of olive oil; there’s more than meets the eye around the island! With a convenient pickup, you are all set to hit the road with your favorite local!Experience the authentic side of Mallorca at a wine cellar or as the locals call it ‘bodega.’ Visit a cozy family bodega inside a small village. Enjoy a small wine tasting paired with a Mallorquin specialty, sobrasada, and cheese. The love for olive oil runs through the Spanish culture, and you’ll get to discover why at an ancient olive oil factory. Wander through an old house where you can find the olive oil press and try the result, Pa amb oli.On your way to Valdemossa, you’ll encounter other charming villages. Enjoy incredible viewpoints, cozy cafes and cultural gems. Remember, anything is possible on a personalized private day trip.
Fall in love with the flavourful Spanish cuisine on this food tour in Palma de Mallorca!. From yummy must-tries like the classic Croqueta to unique dishes like Coca Pimientos; you’re in for a treat.During this culinary tour in Palma de Mallorca, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory to sweet while also discovering the city and its highlights. Wander around the vibrant Santa Catalina Market, the oldest food market in Palma.And the cherry on top, do like the locals do and grab a Vermouth from the tap at a lively local Vermuteria that gets you in the mood with a Spanish vibe. Try Pa Amb Oli with cheese or ham and the beloved Spanish Tortilla tapa, munch into Coca Pimientos, a flatbread with a crunchy bite, discover Sobrasada, a Mallorquin specialty, and the classic croqueta with sepia and gambas. Enjoy an Mallorquin white wine perfectly paired with a cheese and mango chutney tapa, try out a heavenly Ensaimada, and a must-have in Palma, almond ice cream!
Kaum zu glauben, aber auch auf so einer beliebten und gut besuchten Insel wie Mallorca gibt es noch Unentdecktes und richtige "Geheimtipps".Der Journalist und Mallorca-Insider Jürgen Bungert hat es tatsächlich geschafft, auch wenig bekannte Informationen in seinem Reiseführer zusammenzustellen. Die ausgewählten Ausflugs-, Wander-, Restaurant-, Einkaufs- und Unterkunftstipps lassen seine Liebe zu der Balearen-Insel erkennen und versprechen dem Leser einen individuellen und erlebnisreichen Urlaub.Auch bei seinen Beschreibungen bekannter Sehenswürdigkeiten überrascht der Autor immer wieder mit spannenden Informationen und neuen Details. Selbst Mallorca-Kenner werden noch unbekannte Seiten ihrer Lieblingsinsel entdecken.