This trip that combines coach, boat, tram and train. We shall explore the valley of Lluc and we shall arrive at the spectacular Calobra and the tide of Pareis where we will enjoy some free time to...
This trip that combines coach, boat, tram and train. We shall explore the valley of Lluc and we shall arrive at the spectacular Calobra and the tide of Pareis where we will enjoy some free time to have lunch. Afterwards, we shall embark towards the Soller’s port (in case of bad weather, this part shall be driven by coach through Puig Major.) The journey back to Palma shall be made by Tram and then by the famous and traditional Soller Train. The route taken to do this journey is sometimes in a different order, depending on travel conditions.
La Calobra - La Calobra is one unforgettable place. It is a small beach enclosed by massive cliffs reaching to 200 metres high. It’s beautiful, turquoise seas, surrounded by boulders and spectacular natural surroundings, makes it one of the most breathtaking views on the Island.
The Pareis Tide - This emblematic tide crosses the Serra de Tramontana and descends into the Mediterranean. This is a one of the favourite tourist locations as its beautiful scenery and for its natural habitat to many different animals. In 2003 it was named an Natural Monument.
Sóller Port - This beautiful natural port situated in the Sierra de Tramuntana is an important tourist population. A little treasure coveted in the corsairs that offers us an irrreplaceable scenery that mixes the perfume of Orange Blossom and the aroma of sea. The port and the town are connected by the old fashioned tram.
Sóller - Soller is a beautiful village located three kilometres from the Port on the North East coast of Mallorca and is known as the commercial and cultural centre on the Serra de Tramontana. It emerges from a valley surrounded by mountains called the valle de Los Naranjos and the beautiful, central square which is the main meeting point of the village, is surrounded by many small, cobbled streets.
Tren de Sóller - This mythical steam train has been running since 1912, running the route between Palma and Soller. The Tram that runs from Soller to the port has been running since 1913. It’s small rails, it’s artisan touch and antique feel all contribute to its splendour, whilst chugging along the natural path of the Serra de Alfabia.