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Buffon's guide

Buffon

Buffon's guide

Landmarks
Declared a Historic-Artistic Monument, the Cathedral of Mallorca is the most emblematic artistic heritage of the Balearic Islands. "La Seu", as it is popularly known, is one of the most admired Gothic temples in the world and, without doubt, is a must on any trip to Mallorca. At certain times of the year, inside the "Seu" you can enjoy a spectacular light phenomenon. Specifically, it occurs twice a year (on February 2nd and November 11th). On those days, the sunlight passes through the main rose window and its reflection is projected on the wall in front, so that, for a short period of time, it is reflected one on the other, forming a double rose window: one of glass and one of light.
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Katedra w Palma de Mallorca
s/n Plaça de la Seu
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Declared a Historic-Artistic Monument, the Cathedral of Mallorca is the most emblematic artistic heritage of the Balearic Islands. "La Seu", as it is popularly known, is one of the most admired Gothic temples in the world and, without doubt, is a must on any trip to Mallorca. At certain times of the year, inside the "Seu" you can enjoy a spectacular light phenomenon. Specifically, it occurs twice a year (on February 2nd and November 11th). On those days, the sunlight passes through the main rose window and its reflection is projected on the wall in front, so that, for a short period of time, it is reflected one on the other, forming a double rose window: one of glass and one of light.
Castle built at the beginning of the 14th century in Gothic style, with an original circular floor plan (unique in Spain). In it you can visit, in addition to the old premises of the Kings of Mallorca, the Museum of the History of the City, a collection of classical sculpture and what was Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos' cell. On Sundays entrance is free.
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Castell de Bellver
s/n Carrer Camilo José Cela
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Castle built at the beginning of the 14th century in Gothic style, with an original circular floor plan (unique in Spain). In it you can visit, in addition to the old premises of the Kings of Mallorca, the Museum of the History of the City, a collection of classical sculpture and what was Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos' cell. On Sundays entrance is free.
Located in the village of Porto Cristo, these caves are one of the most remarkable on the island, as they are almost 1,200 metres long and at a maximum depth of 25 metres below the surface. The caves hide a large underground lake, Lake Martel, considered to be one of the largest underground lakes in the world.
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Drach Caves
s/n Ctra. de les Coves
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Located in the village of Porto Cristo, these caves are one of the most remarkable on the island, as they are almost 1,200 metres long and at a maximum depth of 25 metres below the surface. The caves hide a large underground lake, Lake Martel, considered to be one of the largest underground lakes in the world.
A railway from the beginning of the 20th century that uses period machines active since 1912 and makes a beautiful journey that literally crosses our Serra de Tramuntana (World Heritage by UNESCO). The excursion can be completed with the first and last electric tram in Mallorca to reach Port de Sóller. The route is expensive, so we recommend taking it one way to visit Sóller and the Port de Sóller, for the return trip it is ideal to take a bus to visit Deià and then another to visit Valldemossa.
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Tren Soller
2 Plaça d'Espanya
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A railway from the beginning of the 20th century that uses period machines active since 1912 and makes a beautiful journey that literally crosses our Serra de Tramuntana (World Heritage by UNESCO). The excursion can be completed with the first and last electric tram in Mallorca to reach Port de Sóller. The route is expensive, so we recommend taking it one way to visit Sóller and the Port de Sóller, for the return trip it is ideal to take a bus to visit Deià and then another to visit Valldemossa.
Ses Fonts Ufanes are a group of natural springs that spring up with great intensity from the subsoil after intense rains in autumn or winter. This natural phenomenon takes place when the aquifer under Puig Tomir and its surroundings absorbs too much water and makes its way to the surface, which happens very rarely every year. If we want to see them we must be attentive to the news after intense rains in the island. They are located in the Gabelli Petit public estate in a pleasant rural setting in the municipality of Campanet. If you are coming from Palma, take exit 37 of the motorway to Sa Pobla/St.Miquel/Coves. At the roundabout take the third exit towards Camí de na Pontons, taking the Ermita de Sant Miquel as a reference. You can park your car near the chapel.
Ses Fonts Ufanes
Ses Fonts Ufanes are a group of natural springs that spring up with great intensity from the subsoil after intense rains in autumn or winter. This natural phenomenon takes place when the aquifer under Puig Tomir and its surroundings absorbs too much water and makes its way to the surface, which happens very rarely every year. If we want to see them we must be attentive to the news after intense rains in the island. They are located in the Gabelli Petit public estate in a pleasant rural setting in the municipality of Campanet. If you are coming from Palma, take exit 37 of the motorway to Sa Pobla/St.Miquel/Coves. At the roundabout take the third exit towards Camí de na Pontons, taking the Ermita de Sant Miquel as a reference. You can park your car near the chapel.
Gastronomy
S'Escorxador, classified as a Spanish Heritage Site, is a 10-minute walk away. Here you will find the "CineCiutat", a minimalist cinema where films are shown in their original version. You will also find the gastronomic market of "San Juan" where there is a variety of dishes to taste.
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Mercado Gastronómico San Juan
6 Carrer de l'Emperadriu Eugènia
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S'Escorxador, classified as a Spanish Heritage Site, is a 10-minute walk away. Here you will find the "CineCiutat", a minimalist cinema where films are shown in their original version. You will also find the gastronomic market of "San Juan" where there is a variety of dishes to taste.
S'Hostal de Montuïri is one of the temples of pa amb oli in Mallorca. It is a family restaurant that is one of the "all-time favourites" of the local people and many other people who want to try their famous pa amb olis. They make them cold and hot and the quality/price is unbeatable.
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Restaurante S'Hostal
58 Carrer Constitució
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S'Hostal de Montuïri is one of the temples of pa amb oli in Mallorca. It is a family restaurant that is one of the "all-time favourites" of the local people and many other people who want to try their famous pa amb olis. They make them cold and hot and the quality/price is unbeatable.
Neighborhoods
The old fishing district of Santa Catalina is a fashionable place whose core is a century-old market full of local products. The tree-lined streets with colourful country houses and modernist mansions are full of branded boutiques and vintage shops. Cocktail bars and music cafés share space with slums frequented by bohemian customers. In the squares and streets there are chic restaurants serving international dishes.
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Santa Catalina
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The old fishing district of Santa Catalina is a fashionable place whose core is a century-old market full of local products. The tree-lined streets with colourful country houses and modernist mansions are full of branded boutiques and vintage shops. Cocktail bars and music cafés share space with slums frequented by bohemian customers. In the squares and streets there are chic restaurants serving international dishes.
Portixol is an old fishing village that has become a fashionable area in Palma. The name means "port and sun" in the Mallorcan language. Here you will find very good fish restaurants, tasty tapas places and modern style cafes next to each other.
Passeig Portitxol
Portixol is an old fishing village that has become a fashionable area in Palma. The name means "port and sun" in the Mallorcan language. Here you will find very good fish restaurants, tasty tapas places and modern style cafes next to each other.
Pedestrian street in the center of Palma ideal for Shopping.
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Pedestrian street in the center of Palma ideal for Shopping.
Palma's old town is a maze of medieval streets in whose buildings there is a proliferation of artisan bakeries, cafés with terraces and tapas bars frequented by residents and visitors alike. Plaça de la Cort, dominated by the sumptuous town hall, is famous for its twisted century-old olive tree.
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Cort
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Palma's old town is a maze of medieval streets in whose buildings there is a proliferation of artisan bakeries, cafés with terraces and tapas bars frequented by residents and visitors alike. Plaça de la Cort, dominated by the sumptuous town hall, is famous for its twisted century-old olive tree.
Beaches
Its turquoise waters, its bright white sand and its atmosphere have made it one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca. Its wonderful appearance makes it the closest thing to a piece of the Caribbean in the middle of the Mediterranean, with the archipelago of Cabrera in the background. It is one of the virgin beaches most preferred by nudists and naturists.
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Es Trenc
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Its turquoise waters, its bright white sand and its atmosphere have made it one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca. Its wonderful appearance makes it the closest thing to a piece of the Caribbean in the middle of the Mediterranean, with the archipelago of Cabrera in the background. It is one of the virgin beaches most preferred by nudists and naturists.
Sa Calobra is an impressive set of two beaches sheltered between steep rocky cliffs, and divided by the Torrent de Pareis (a river gorge) on the northwest coast of the island. It is quite difficult to reach Sa Calobra. I recommend using one of the ferries that leave from Port de Soller. You can also get there by car or bus along an extremely winding road, not at all suitable for those who tend to get seasick, but from which you can enjoy spectacular views.
Sa Calobra
Sa Calobra is an impressive set of two beaches sheltered between steep rocky cliffs, and divided by the Torrent de Pareis (a river gorge) on the northwest coast of the island. It is quite difficult to reach Sa Calobra. I recommend using one of the ferries that leave from Port de Soller. You can also get there by car or bus along an extremely winding road, not at all suitable for those who tend to get seasick, but from which you can enjoy spectacular views.
This protected area is made up of very diverse zones, which give it great landscape diversity. The fresh water pond of s'Amarador, the salt water pond of Fonts de n'Alis, the endless sandy beaches or the rocky areas of the cliffs. Cala Mondragó is one of the best blue flag beaches in Mallorca. It remains clean and relatively discreet, with its bathers respecting its natural beauty and ecological responsibility status.
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Mondragó Natural Park
5A Diseminado Diseminados Costa
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This protected area is made up of very diverse zones, which give it great landscape diversity. The fresh water pond of s'Amarador, the salt water pond of Fonts de n'Alis, the endless sandy beaches or the rocky areas of the cliffs. Cala Mondragó is one of the best blue flag beaches in Mallorca. It remains clean and relatively discreet, with its bathers respecting its natural beauty and ecological responsibility status.
A large natural rock in the shape of a bridge. From Cala Santanyí, we must leave the car in Carrer de Sa Cova des Vell Marí, from there we will continue on foot along Carrer de sa Cova d'es Coloms.
Es Pontàs
A large natural rock in the shape of a bridge. From Cala Santanyí, we must leave the car in Carrer de Sa Cova des Vell Marí, from there we will continue on foot along Carrer de sa Cova d'es Coloms.
Villages
Sóller, that beautiful and picturesque town you cannot leave without seeing its streets and admiring its beauty. Its port, Port de Sóller, is the only natural harbour on the rugged northern coast of Mallorca. Both are located in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and surrounded by mountains.
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Sóller
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Sóller, that beautiful and picturesque town you cannot leave without seeing its streets and admiring its beauty. Its port, Port de Sóller, is the only natural harbour on the rugged northern coast of Mallorca. Both are located in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and surrounded by mountains.
Deià is a small coastal village, situated between Valldemossa and Sóller, where the sea and the mountains meet in a few kilometres and surprise us with their warm beauty, giving rise to one of the most beautiful villages on the island. This village has attracted many famous artists and writers. The best known is the English writer Robert Graves.
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Deià
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Deià is a small coastal village, situated between Valldemossa and Sóller, where the sea and the mountains meet in a few kilometres and surprise us with their warm beauty, giving rise to one of the most beautiful villages on the island. This village has attracted many famous artists and writers. The best known is the English writer Robert Graves.
Valldemossa is a small pearl of the Mediterranean, well known for its natural beauty, its history and that of its illustrious visitors and residents such as Ramon Llull, Chopin and George Sand, Archduke Luis Salvador of Austria, Rubén Darío and Michael Douglas. A visit not to be missed, just 18 km from Palma.
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Valldemossa
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Valldemossa is a small pearl of the Mediterranean, well known for its natural beauty, its history and that of its illustrious visitors and residents such as Ramon Llull, Chopin and George Sand, Archduke Luis Salvador of Austria, Rubén Darío and Michael Douglas. A visit not to be missed, just 18 km from Palma.